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Liveline Friday 24 January 2014

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As Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan criticised the two whistleblowers Liveline listeners discussed the penalty point system.

Noel - wants to warn people about car thefts. He was going to the airport last week and parked his car in a nearby housing estate when he came back the car had been towed away.

James was Tallaght person of the year.   It is a great area.     There are good and bad things about all areas.

As a liquidator is appointed to Mount Carmel Hospital patients of Mount Carmel are worried were they will now go for their maternity services.

Mount Carmel Hospital

Mount Carmel Hospital

Staff and patients shocked at the news that Mount Carmel Hospital is going into liquidation

Garda whistleblowers and the PAC

Garda whistleblowers and the PAC

Are garda whistleblowers heroes or being unfair on colleagues who were just using discretion to cancel penalty points?

Parking in housing estates

Parking in housing estates

Noel thought it was a good idea to park in a housing estate, until thieves arrived with a tow-truck

Crime in Tallaght

Crime in Tallaght

Brendan, James and Charles offer different views on life in Tallaght


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