Liveline Monday 16 January 2017
Aishling was offered a job in Kilkenny. She packed up all her things and moved down south from Roscommon. However, after paying a deposit on a rental property in Kilkenny, Aishling discovered that the job didn’t exist.
Peggy Hogan is 88. She started haemorrhaging last week and spent 33 hours on a trolley in Limerick Regional Hospital.
Caitriona called in to tell Joe about the legal costs of her divorce. The bill she received was much higher than the quote she had been given before the process started. Dave got a legal bill of €34k for his divorce: when he appealed it, the amount was reduced to €6k.
Lots of people got in touch to complain that tickets for the U2 concert in Croke Park were almost impossible to get, unless you were willing to pay way over the odds on Seatwave – the ticket ‘reseller’ company that is owned by Ticketmaster. Johnny said he saw tickets for the U2 gig on Seatwave last Wednesday, even though they only went on general sale today.
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