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    Liveline Monday 24 June 2013



    Callers react to the Anglo tapes recorded on the internal phone system of Anglo Irish bank in September 2008 between senior managers John Bowe and Peter Fitzgerald.

    Yesterday evening Mandy got a phonecall from St James's Hospital in Dublin to say her father was missing.  St James's issue a statement saying they wish "to apologise to the patient's family and a full explanation will be given to the patient's daughter". 

    Peter is concerned by aggressive behaviour displayed at under-age GAA matches.

    Charlotte and Irene talk about family members who have died abroad and how they can't secure an Irish death certificate.

    Marie talks about her first experience signing on at a social welfare office.

    Three weeks ago Sean McGlade applied to renew his driving licence but last Friday he was suprised to get a letter saying his renewal had not been approved as his place of birth was "incorrect" on his old licence.  Leigh tells Joe about his quest to get a category A motorcycle driving licence.




    Anglo Irish Bank

    Shocking telephone conversation between Anglo Irish Bank executives in 2008, about how to persuade the government to stabilise the bank


    Father missing from hospital ward

    Mandy's father got out of a closed hospital ward and somehow made his way home


    Injuries in the GAA

    Is there an increase in injuries at junior-level GAA?


    Register of deaths

    Charlotte and Irene never realised that their loved-one's deaths abroad weren't registered here in Ireland.  There's a facebook page set up to change this law and it's called "Help Bring them Home"


    Social Welfare

    Marie and Mary were surprised at the attitude they've encountered in social welfare offices


    Driving licences

    Sean and Leigh both ran into problems with recent driving licence renewals


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