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Liveline Tuesday 18 March 2014

Remember, the Liveline Christmas Special will be broadcast live from Dublin's Duke Street on Christmas Eve. This is open to the public and we hope to see you all there.  



Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly.

Mick Moriarty is a barber in Blackpool in Cork . He has been flooded on numerous occasions and welcomes today's news that a levy on insurance policies could help offset the costs to flood victims. 

Jim was victim of assault on a number of occasions and suffered post traumatic stress disorder as a result . He has since tunred things around and become a life coach and set up a group called positive people network to help people to meet up and share their experiences.

Dolores bought a puppy on the internet  from someone she was led to believe was a legitimate breeder. the reality was very different and Dolores was left with a very sick animal.

Martin suffered a stroke in January of 2013. He talks to Damien about the experience.   

Some listeners recieved an email giving them very bad medical news claiming to be from a research group in the UK. It turned out to be spam.


Differing views on whether a levy on all insurance premiums is the fairest way of helping flood victims

Warning of email scam

A warning from Eileen about an email doing the rounds, advising you of the possibility of cancer

Post-traumatic stress and anti-social behaviour

After Jim was forced to take early retirement he decided looking positively at life was the best way forward; and, would you intervene if you witnessed anti-social behaviour in a crowded train carriage?

Puppy farms

Dolores believed all the assurances she got when she bought a puppy from a dealer

Stroke response times

Martin wants to emphasise how vital it is to respond quickly if you suspect a stroke


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