Liveline Monday 28 July 2014
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As former junior minister Ivor Callely received a five month jail sentence today for fraudulently claiming mobile expenses at Leinster House while he was a senator – Liveline listeners discussed whether the sentence was appropriate for the crime or would community service have been more appropriate.
Tara’s dog was attacked last Friday by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, she wants to know why these dogs are not muzzled and on a lead, when the law says they should.
Jennifer, was lucky the time she had her heart attack during the day, as University Hospital Waterford cardiac unit is only open until 5.30 p.m. She thanked the staff at the unit for their fantastic care that saved her life. It was a shock to her that she was having a heart attack at the age of 39, she was healthy, good weight and fit.
Joyce wonders are people aware that there is a public survey being carried out by Dublin City Council regarding the local property tax? She only became aware of it through her mother who saw a form in her local library. Dublin City council told us that they took ads out in the Irish Times and the Dublin City Gazette informing them of the survey.
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