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    Friday 22nd March 2013


    The bad weather across Ireland was the subject of much comment on Liveline today. Callers from Cork , Wexford and Dublin reported on the effects of the heavy rain and flooding.

    Rene Duignan lives in Japan. He is an economist but took a personal interest in the subject of suicide which is a serious problem in Japan. He's made a documentary on the subject called 'Saving 10,000'

    The property tax was the subject of more discussion on today's Liveline with a range of views on issues such as the taxing of homes suffering with Pyrite damage.  


    Heavy rain & flooding

    Reports on the heavy rain and flooding currently affecting the country

    Property Tax

    How are people going to cope? One caller thinks the solution is to sell your home if you can't afford the property tax


    Shocking attitudes to suicide in Japan prompted René Duignan to take action on the issue


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