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    Liveline Monday 7 July 2014

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    Credit card fraud in Ireland takes many forms. Pearse decided to make a fake delivery to the address which was causing his company so much grief.

    Margaret had a novel idea to fix the Garth Brooks problem - two rooms in her Wexford house for the residents of the Croke Park area! 

    Mary recounted her ordeal as she experienced a tyre blow out in the Dublin Port Tunnel.

    Martina and Fergal told Philip how financial cuts have affected the Irish Deaf Society Advocacy Service.

    Catherine was very upset at the vandalism caused to Deansgrange cemetery while Tom witnessed serious stone throwing on the Dublin Road.

    Rory thinks cannabis should be legalised in Dublin, while Anna, an MS sufferer, says that cannabis is not what may be available on prescription in Ireland.

    Darran spoke about his house being burgled, and we finished with Liam whose blood donation is not accepted in Ireland. 

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    Credit Card Fraud

    Credit card fraud in Ireland takes many forms. Pearse decided to make a fake delivery to the address which was causing his company so much grief.
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    Port Tunnel Blow-Out

    Mary recounted her ordeal as she experienced a tyre blow out in the Dublin Port Tunnel.
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    Garth Brooks Concerts

    Margaret had a novel idea to fix the Garth Brooks problem - two rooms in her Wexford house for the residents of the Croke Park area!
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    Irish Deaf Society Advocacy Service

    Martina and Fergal told Philip how financial cuts have affected the Irish Deaf Society Advocacy Service
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    Gravestone Vandalised

    Catherine was very upset at the vandalism caused to Deansgrange cemetery while Tom witnessed serious stone throwing on the Dublin Road.
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    Stones thrown on motorway

    Stones were being thrown at passing vehicles on the M7/M8. Tom tells us how his coach was hit.
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    Medicinal Cannabis

    Rory thinks cannabis should be legalised in Dublin, while Anna, an MS sufferer, says that cannabis is not what may be available on prescription in Ireland.
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    House Broken Into

    Darran spoke about his house being burgled, and we finished with Liam whose blood donation is not accepted in Ireland.
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    Blood Shortages

    Liam's blood donation is not accepted in Ireland.

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