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    Liveline Tuesday 17 September 2013

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    Teresa's 18 year old daughter who broke out in a very sudden and severe case of psoriasis. She has never suffered from it before. She is due to go to her Debs ball next Thursday and she is devastated. She is looking for help or advice.

    Collettes sister Eva Brennan went missing on the 25th July 1993. She believes Eva is dead, that she was murdered. She is in favour of the public searches of the Dublin mountains.

    Tom will be voting No in the Referendum on the abolition of the Seanad. He thinks we're getting rid of it for the wrong reasons. Noel will be voting Yes in the Referendum on the abolitiion the Seanad. He has wanted to abolish it for the past 20 years.  

    Audrey works in the family pharmacy business in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. She is worried about a new Go Smart Travel Initiative which is proposing the removal of some of the parking spaces in Grattan Square where her business is located. She says the effect will be devastating to her business.

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    Psoriasis

    Teresa's 18 year old daughter who broke out in a very sudden and severe case of psoriasis. She has never suffered from it before. She is due to go to her Debs ball next Thursday and she is devastated. She is looking for help or advice. Other listeners also phone in

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    Missing Women

    Colette's sister Eva Brennan went missing 20 years ago.

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    Seanad Abolition

    Tom will be voting No in the Referendum on the abolition of the Seanad. He thinks we're getting rid of it for the wrong reasons. Noel will be voting Yes in the Referendum on the abolitiion the Seanad. He has wanted to abolish it for the past 20 years.

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    Dungarvan Parking Issues

    Audrey works in the family pharmacy business in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. She is worried about a new Go Smart Travel Initiative which is proposing the removal of some of the parking spaces in Grattan Square where her business is located. She says the effect will be devastating to her business.

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