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Liveline Thursday 11 July 2013

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Callers discuss the incident in the Dail last night between Fine Gael deputies Tom Barry and Aine Collins.

Peter tells Damien how he was the victim of internet fraud losing $25,000.

With prostate cancer in the news today Noel tells Damien about getting his diagnosis and recovery from the disease.  He warns younger men not to be embarrassed and to contact their GP at the first sign of any symptoms.

Yesterday Kathleen and 4 friends were on Donabate beach and decided to walk across the estuary to a friend's house in Malahide.  They got lost and were wandering for hours before a kind passerby came to their rescue.



Incident in Dáil

Incident in Dáil

Was the incident in the Dáil between deputies Tom Barry and Áine Collins harmless horseplay or disgraceful sexism?

Victim of fraud

Victim of fraud

Peter's business lost thousands because of an internet fraud


Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer

Noel, Joe, Gerard and Jill on how vital it is for men to be vigilant about prostate cancer

Water safety

Water safety

Kathleen and her friends got into serious trouble on the Malahide estuary


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