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    Liveline Wednesday 15 May 2013



    Richard Hurley spoke to Liveline from the grounds of St. John’s Church, Tralee. He was there for the funeral of local teenager Donal Walsh. He spoke about the inspirational teenager, he said his life was short but his memory will live on.   

    Paul told us he was flying home through a Spanish airport yesterday and he believes that money was lifted from his wallet by one of the security staff, it happened as the tray came through the x-ray machine.

    Emmigration was on the agenda again today.   Some could not settle and had returned to Ireland.   For others it was a live changing experience and they would never be returning to Ireland.


    Funeral of Donal Walsh

    Heartbreak for the town of Tralee as brave teenager Donal Walsh is laid to rest


    Victim of theft

    Stories from people who've had their belongings stolen in airports



    Why does emigration work for some people but is a disaster for others?


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    Theft problems going through security at airports and emmigration were today's topics.


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