Jean's son committed suicide last week. They published his death notice in the Irish Times. They were disappointed when the paper ommitted the words "ended his life" from the notice.
Dawn was going to get the Dart from Dunlaoghaoire to Bray at the weekend. She describes her horror as she watched the Dart pull away with her 5 year old daughter alone inside.
John works as support staff in a hospital. He is disappointed with Croke Park II. He is a SIPTU member and feels they have sold out their members.
Ger tells Joe about a bizzare act of vandalism carried out at Duneske GAA Club in Co. Tipperary at the weekend.
Stories from Jean, Anne, Fr Iggy and Jimmy of newspapers where certain phrases in death notices have caused problems
Dawn and Claire had the frightening experience of their small children being stranded alone on trains
How are public service workers reacting to current Croke Park Agreement negotiations?
Shock as the goalposts in GAA pitch are cut through by vandals
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