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    Liveline Friday 24 May 2013


    Liveline presented by Damien O'Reilly

    Following reports on an upcoming Primetime Investigates programme examining creches callers talk about their own experiences.

    Callers tell Damien what happened when they were breathalysed by gardai.   

    Phyllis fell and badly injured herself on O'Connell Street in Dublin on Tuesday night.  She tells Damien that two taxi drivers came to her aid.


    Standard of care in creches

    Worry over revelations of poor standards of care in creches

    Career as a pilot

    Patrick tells Damien O'Reilly how paying €100,000 for pilot training still won't get his son a job in Ireland

    Minister Alan Shatter + breathalyser test

    Views on the explanation by Minister Shatter about being stopped by gardai and asked to take a breathalyser test

    Struggling small business

    Anna Cannon tells Damien O'Reilly why she has no option but stay an online business

    Good Samaritans

    Phyllis thanks the two taxi drivers who helped her when she fell


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