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    Liveline Thursday 16 January 2014



    The Public Accounts Committee heard today that Paul Kiely, former chief executive of the Central Remedial Clinic, received a higher retirement package than previously thought. The total fund amounted to over €700,000. Central Remedial Clinic fundraisers and former staff react to the news.

    Barbara's mother was diagnosed with Alzheimers at the age of 56. She tells Joe her story.

    Andrew bought an apartment in 2005. He has always paid his management fees. He is frustrated by other owners who don't pay theirs. The result now is that there is threat that refuse services will be removed from his complex. He is wondering have any other appartment owners experienced this?




    PAC questions about CRC funding

    Reaction to revelations that 50% of the funds raised by volunteers for the CRC went to the retirement package for former CEO Paul Kiely


    Oscar nominations

    The actress Cathy Belton talks about her delight that the film "Philomena" has received 4 Oscar nominations


    Waste disposal

    Andrew is worried that his management company are taking away his apartment's waste disposal services


    Being a carer

    Barbara describes what it was like caring for her mother when she developed Alzheimer's in her early 50's


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