Singer Sandy Kelly spoke to Philip about the appalling damage done to the resource centre in Ballytivnan, Co. Sligo which was broken into last night at around 3 a.m. It is a centre for people with intellectual disabilities and her daughter goes there 5 days a week. It is the third time in a few months the centre has been broken into but this time they set it on fire. There is approx. €40,000 worth of damage done.
Manuel had suggestions on saving water as the latest details of what we will be paying for our water was released.
Robert is donating a site in Lusk for a commoration plaque to the 1916 rising. The only battle outside the GPO was in Ashbourne.
John found a wedding ring in April, on the Corbally road in Limerick - the owner will be 40 years married this December, would like to return it to them.
Tom would like to thank all the people who helped him after he fell on Dorset street last Monday, one woman in particular stayed with him until his bus came, got him on the bus and spoke to the driver about what had happened to him and to keep an eye on him.
Worries about the latest water rates details are published
Sandy Kelly spoke to Philip about the vandalism which took place at the local resource centre in Sligo.....Sandy's daughter Barbera attends the Ballytivnan Resource Centre, a special needs school in Sligo, which was badly damaged in the arson attack.
Tom spoke to Philip about a terrible accident he had in Dorset Street, he called us to express his thanks to the lady who helped him, and that lady Catherine phoned Liveline and later spoke to Tom.
John found a wedding ring in April, on the Corbally road in Limerick, would like to return it to its rightful owner
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