Liveline Tuesday 17 June 2014
Marie is wondering is there anybody else out there who may have invested in property in Calabria in Italy. She bought two apartments off the plans in 2007 and paid quite a large deposit. The properties have never been built. She hoped to retire there, now those plans are in ruins.
Ann wanted to thanks the staff of the Tower Hotel in Waterford who were very helpful after her elderly mother fell and broke her leg while stepping off a bus. Her mam is still in hospital but doing well, the hotel helped make a horrible day a lot nicer.
Pat Murphy rang to remind Joe that the 26th July 2014 is the 100th anniversary of Erskine Childers yacht Asgard landing arms and ammuniontions in Howth. Pat is part of a group of volunteers who over the past few years have built, assembled and partly funded the rigging and spars for the conerved ship now on display in Collins Barrack.
Catherine was at her father's grave in Balgriffin on Sunday for his anniversary and Father's Fay. She had brought four containers of beautiful plants up to the grave the previous week, two of them had been taken. This has happened in the past, she wonders how people can do this.
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