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Liveline Tuesday 18 June 2013

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Veronica O'Meara talks to Joe about the killing of her 26-year-old son Stephen who was buried alive in Co Wicklow four years ago.

Dalkey callers report live as Michelle, Malia and Sasha Obama enjoy lunch in the village.

Business people talk about their struggles to pay council rates.

Fred was upset to see a pro-life group protesting outside the official opening of a National School in Enfield last Friday.  He feels it's inappropriate for children that young to be dealing with those images and atmosphere. 

Death of son

Death of son

Veronica's son was brutally killed 4 years ago and buried alive in the woods

Michelle Obama's visit to Dalkey

Michelle Obama's visit to Dalkey

Excitement in Dalkey as Michelle Obama and her daughters' visit the local pub

Rates

Rates

Businesses continue to wonder why they must pay sky-high rates when they get nothing in return except their business put in jeopardy

Protests at Right to Life Bill

Protests at Right to Life Bill

Fred and Margaret were concerned at the venue chosen by protesters recently - a primary school in Enfield

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