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    Liveline Friday 6 December 2013



    Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

    Mary belives that the Dunne's Stores striker who raise the issue of Apartheid in this country during the 1980s should represent Ireland at the funeral of Nelson Mandela.

    Fiver Friday offers go on air as the big day arrives. Hundreds of businesses are involved with the Island wide initiative.

    Louise Mc An tSaoi speaks again to Joe about her son Liam. Callers offer support for Louise and her family.   




    Nelson Mandela RIP

    Mary believes the Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike over apartheid should be represented at Nelson Mandela's funeral


    Fiver Friday

    On Fiver Friday we hear what's happening in towns all around the country


    Problems with HSE funding

    An update from Louise Mac an tSaoi and offers of help to get her son Liam home to Galway


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