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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 18h
Are more people moving towards mortgages as rents continue to rise in Limerick? Experts say there is a flurry of first time buyers in the market expected as mortgage prices in Limerick are now falling below soaring rents. Joey Sheahan from joins Joe
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 17h
Christmas is a time when the one's we've lost weigh heavily on our mind. Parents Fiona and Declan Mulcahy from Kilmallock lost their 14 month old daughter Katie in 2009. They spoke to Live95FM's about the experience of losing a child and coping with grief
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 19h
Do you have a motorcycle? If so, where do you park it in the city? Caller Brendan spoke to Live95FM's about the lack of parking spaces for motorcyclists in Limerick city, even going as far as to say that it's put him off coming to the city
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 20h
How many of you take extra care when it comes to securing your home at Christmas? It's the time of year when homes, filled with gifts, are most likely to be left empty. Commercial Director with Phone Watch, Marguerite Cotter, joins Joe with tips on securing your home
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 20h
Some weeks ago partial remains, found in 2001, were identified as those of Aengus Gussie Shanahan who had been missing from Limerick since 2000. The family have since laid Aengus to rest. His sister Grainne Shanahan joins us in studio
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 4
has agreed a deal to shift €1.3bn of mortgages out of the bank and into 'securitisation'. More than 6,000 borrowers affected and almost all of the debt is secured on borrower's primary homes. Financial advisor, Paul Merriman of is on
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 6
New figures from the Irish Times show 572 people - 404 men and 168 women - had to sleep on mattresses on the floor at Limerick prison in July because of accommodation shortages. Fíona Ní Chinnéide from joins us on the line to discuss the issue
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 19h
How should we talk to the next generation about god? Redemptorist priest Fr Tony Flannery, is addressing this subject at a talk in Newport. Fr Flannery describes himself as the "silenced priest" as the Vatican objected to some of his articles in the past and he joins Joe
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 7
Castletroy College's production of Grease is taking place on 11th and 12th December and preparations are underway big time at the college right now. We're joined by teacher Trevor Griffin and students Josh Dorrell and Leah Sheehan
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 18h
Turkey, ham, roast potatoes and endless mince pies...Christmas is a time for overindulging. The average Irish adult can expect to pile on half a stone over the festive season. Sinead Bradbury joins Joe with tips on how to enjoy Christmas whilst keeping our weight in mind
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 6
A survey is saying that more pensioners are now using Facebook than school kids.....and more people over the age of 40 are on Facebook, than under 18's. So is Facebook becoming Grey book? From Mulley Communnications we're joined by Damien Mulley
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 7
We recently discussed the European Parliament's vote in favour of an EU-wide ban on single-use plastics. Single use plastics account for 70% of the waste in our oceans and beaches. Since then Anne Marie's caught up with Eamon Ryan Green Party about the issue
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 7
Traditionally the 8th December is the day when everyone does their Christmas shopping and Limerick City and County council are encouraging everyone to flock to the city this weekend. Laura Ryan, Head of Marketing & Communications with the council joins Joe to tell him more
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 6
The inquest of a man who suffered a fatal heart attack during a burglary at his Co. Limerick home heard that the 'stress of discovering intruders' contributed to his death. Live95fm's was at Limerick Coroners Court for John O'Donoghue's inquest and joins Joe
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 6
Limerick is the fourth most rodent-infested county in Ireland. Rentokil are reporting a 34% increase in callouts to deal with rodents compared to 2017. Live 95FM's Ronan Moyles has been speaking to Richard Faulkner, who's a Technical Field Consultant for Rentokil.
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 7
9 out of 10 people are worried about the cost of heating their home this winter, with 31 percent% expecting to spend more than €500. How much does it cost to heat your home? Managing Director of , Patrick Hogan, joins Joe
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day 18h
British Prime Minister Theresa May is meeting with March Rutte in The Hague as she begins a last-minute bid to seek changes to the Irish backstop, following uproar in the House of Commons yesterday. Ireland South MEP speaks to Joe about the latest Brexit news
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 4
Limerick city business woman Helen O'Donnell joins Gillian to give her thoughts on shopping locally vs shopping online, and the challenges facing local businesses this Christmas
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 7
Earlier on the show you may have heard Laura Ryan mentioning the Christmas Unwrapped event happening today - well it is a fashion event, and to talk to us more about that, and Christmas fashion Joe is joined by Celia Holman Lee
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Limerick Today on Live 95FM #L2Day Dec 3
New changes outlined by Bishop Leahy in a pastoral letter read out at all parishes across the diocese at the weekend will see existing parishes arranged into Pastoral Units. Joining me now in studio to explain the changes is Bishop Leahy
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