As Republic of Ireland manager Trapattoni resigns Liveline callers discuss whether Martin O’Neill is the right man for the job. A 10 minute Liveline poll says he is, with 62 percent saying yes.
Are the cost of school trips just one household expense too much for struggling parents.
James was diagnosed with Prostate cancer 18 months ago. Since his diagnosis he has made a point of encouraging all the men he knows to get their bloods done, it could save your life.
Nora is a qualified financial advisor who has a couple of issues with the costs incurred by those who want to engage the services of a PIP.
Now that Giovanni Trapattoni's contract as Irish manager has ended, who would people like to see as his replacement?
Michael hates having to say no to his daughter's school trip. Is it unfair or a way of learning to deal with disappointment?
Nora believes the high cost of becoming a PIP is keeping many out of the market
James reckons it was worthwhile undergoing 12 prostate cancer biopsies
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