Liveline Friday 10 July 2020
Refunds from Dublin Mint: Karl got €37,000 back and Clodagh got a refund of €12,000.
Eric Keegan tells us about how a landowner in Longford confronted a woman who was dumping household goods on his land.
Geraldine's washing machine door exploded.
Mary's daughter Ann is renting a house in Cork but she's being tormented by students who are partying constantly next door.
Nicole needs a creche but prices have increased since the lockdown ended.
Phyllis would like to meet an old flame, Jackie, who she was engaged to years ago.
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