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Liveline Thursday 12 September 2013

Important information regarding Funny Friday 25th November 2016: 

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Liveline

Discussion and debate with Philip Boucher Hayes

Eamon is an employer who wants the government to consider reducing the level of employer's PRSI in the next budget. He says that between PRSI and rates he is not in a position to take on more staff .

An American tourist visiting Clonmacnoise left a sum of money behind her. The tour guides are appealling for anyone who might know the woman's whereabouts to get in touch.

A local campaign has begun following the news that the contract for the running of Greencastle post office in Donegal is to be reviewed by An Post following the death of postmaster Cyril Gormley.

The discussion about the effects and results of prostate cancer treament and diagnosis continued.

More random acts of kindness are revealed on today's programme.    

Government jobs initiative

Government jobs initiative

Eamon thinks a government jobs initiative is meaningless until the issue of Employers PRSI is tackled

Sum of money found

Sum of money found

A substantial sum of money found in the Clonmacnoise Visitor Centre

Random acts of kindness

Random acts of kindness

Stories from Tracy, Hannah and Damien about the kindness of strangers at home and abroad

Rural post offices

Rural post offices

Locals fear their post offices in Donegal and Wicklow are under threat of closure

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer

Martin, John and Michael are all relieved they got checked for prostate cancer

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