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    Liveline Thursday 12 December 2013



    Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

    Barbara talks about the extra journeys she has to make with her disabled daughter because the local bridge in Connemara has had a weight restriction put on it.

    The crisis in equine cruelty and the difficulty in adopting abandoned animals is discussed.

    The dangers of cycling and walking are discussed again. Mark is blind and is worried about getting around Dublin city centre.

    Mary calls in to talk about the positive work done by the CRC , her daughter attended with great sucess a number of years ago and she wanted to appeal for people no to stop donating.   


    Weak bridge in Galway

    New weight restrictions on a small bridge in Connemara causing problems for locals

    Problems with HSE funding

    Louise Mac an tSaoi had a meeting with HSE managers; Liam's move seems hopeful but it all comes down to funding issues

    Animal cruelty

    Shocking cases of recent cruelty to horses prompted Evelyn and Sharon to call Joe

    Cyclists, motorists and pedestrians

    Stories of collisions between cyclists and pedestrians which could have been very serious

    CRC, executive top-up's and charitable donations

    Mary appeals to people to continue to give to the CRC - her family know what a valuable service they provide


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