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    Liveline Tuesday 16 April 2013


    Liam has been living in Boston for 11years. He owns a business there. He tells Joe about the aftermath of the Boston marathon bombings.

    Carole counsels third level students. She tells Joe how those families financial difficulties are impacting on their children.

    Ger McLoughlin is chairperson of the Newbridge Hydrocephalus support group. He tells Joe about a questionnaire that relates to the Governments review of the Mobility Aloowance Scheme.




    Boston bombings

    Bombs cause mayhem at the Boston Marathon


    How are ordinary home-owners coping with pressure from the banks? Handing back the keys worked for some. And advice from the Phoenix Project

    Review of transport support grants

    Concern over questions asked in the government review of the Mobility Allowance and Motorised Transport Grant


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