Liveline

Liveline

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Liveline Thursday 6 March 2014

Liveline

Liveline

STEVE WALL OF THE WALLS SPOKE TO JOE ABOUT THE DIFFICULTIES OF GETTING VISAS TO PERFORM IN THE USA. WONDERS DO U.S. ARTISTS FIND IT AS DIFFICULT WHEN THEY ARE COMING TO IRELAND TO PERFORM.

LORRAINE’S CAR WAS STRUCK BY A LOOSE BARREL WHICH CAME OFF A TRUCK ON THE M50 LAST YEAR.   IT CAUSED NEARLY 2,000 EUROS WORTH OF DAMAGE TO HER CAR.   THE TRUCK DROVE ON OBLIVIOUS TO WHAT HAD HAPPENED.

JUNE SAYS SHE IS INVISIBLE AS FAR AS SOCIAL WELFARE IS CONCERNED.   SHE IS NOT REGARDED AS UNEMPLOYED SO SHE CAN’T DO ANY OF FAS OR JOBBRIDGE COURSES. SHE SIGNS ON FOR CREDITS ONCE A YEAR IN ORDER TO GET HER PENSION. SHE WAS MADE REDUNDANT FOUR YEARS AGO AND GOT THE DOLE FOR NINE MONTHS.   NOW SHE RELIES ON HER HUSBAND FINANCIALLY.

KEITH HAS INVENTED A PHONE AP CALLED CLAMP ALERT.   IT ALERTS PEOPLE TO WHERE THE CLAMPERS ARE.

Victim of crime

Victim of crime

Charlotte's son wasn't the first child in the Ranelagh area to be victimised by a gang of teens

Immigration visa to USA

Immigration visa to USA

The difficulty for artists of getting a visa to perform in the USA

Vehicles losing their loads

Vehicles losing their loads

Lorraine, Thomas, Eddie and Jim on the dangers of driving on motorways

Unemployment

Unemployment

June and Geraldine are invisible as far as social welfare/unemployment figures are concerned

Clamping

Clamping

Keith on the free app that warns you when clampers are in the area

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