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Man receives €26,692 mobile bill from Three after returning home from holiday
Three says it “makes every effort to ensure that customers can manage their roaming charges when abroad”.
Grieving woman makes appeal after late mother's jewellery stolen in Dublin burglary
The incident happened in Blanchardstown, west Dublin, on Wednesday night.
Man speaks out after metre-long 'spear' smashes through windscreen on the M50
Jason described the incident that happened as he was driving on the M50.
Almost half of people would support people getting married to avoid inheritance tax
Two men told RTÉ’s Joe Duffy last week that they’re marrying to avoid inheritance tax.
Two men who've been friends for 30 years went on Liveline to say they were marrying for tax reasons
Both said they are not gay but that the marriage is about saving money on inheritance.
A mix-up involving an Irish family's flight home for Christmas was solved with a lovely gesture on Liveline
A brilliant moment of radio.
Mother pleads for help after seven-year-old son expelled after trying to strangle principal with tie
The child’s mother fears that her son could seriously hurt someone.
'I'm not a medic, I just watch a lot of TV': Woman who saved man turned away from hospital
The man suffered a heart attack after he was turned away from a hospital despite complaining of chest pains.
'We're devastated and have no idea what to do from here' - Win Our Wedding couple
More couples who have lost money after the sudden closure of a wedding competition company have been speaking out.
‘Stop whingeing’: Michael O’Leary dismisses complaints over Ryanair allocated seating policy
O’Leary had a lively debate on RTE’s Liveline where he continued to deny that Ryanair’s policy has changed.
'I was driven to tears': Wheelchair user forced to wait on Dart for 15 minutes for help to get off train
Saoirse Smith said that she felt “like a burden” while she waited to receive assistance.
'There needs to be flexibility so this never happens again'
Junior Minister Jim Daly has spoken out about the Devereaux controversy.
HSE confirms elderly couple will be reunited after Liveline intervention
The couple was separated after 63 years of marriage when only one of them was granted a place in a nursing home.
Elderly couple married for 63 years separated as one is rejected for nursing home care
Michael Devereaux (90) broke down in tears as he explained the ‘nightmare’ situation.
Judge accuses RTÉ's Joe Duffy of attacking the courts for not sentencing people
The comments were made by Judge Patrick Durcan at Ennis District Court today.
The stars of this heartwarming viral photo from the weekend were reunited on Liveline today
Garda Paul Barnwell helped Mary Dent through the crowds going to the Robbie Williams concert at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.
The stars of this heartwarming viral photo from the weekend were just reunited on Liveline
Garda Paul Barnwell helped Mary Dent through the crowds going to the Robbie Williams concert at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.
Ashes stolen from elderly couple's house anonymously returned after Liveline appeal
Two men forced their way into the elderly couple’s home and stole cash and a box that had ashes in it.
Man who fatally stabbed a man 30 years ago apologises to family on Liveline
“If I could turn back time to have John Fox back with his family again, I would make it happen in a heartbeat.”
Woman in Kerry crash with drunk driver criticises Healy-Rae's 'three Guinness' claims
Eimear was injured in the incident, receiving a number of broken bones.
'Straight away you could feel the horror of it': Nuns 'changed baby's name so he'd be easier to sell'
Bridget said her son’s name was changed from William to Gerard as he would be easier to offload.
'It wasn't a home, it was a prison': Former residents from Tuam mother and baby home react
Catherine Corless said that she has the names of 798 children who could be among the remains at the home.
A protest group is painting over the names of 'British-sounding' streets in Cork
The Cork Street Names Campaign says it is focused on removing the names of “criminals and aristocrats” from street signs around Cork city.
11 times Liveline was a window into the nation’s soul
Where would we be without it?
"They've taken her bit of independence" - Son issues appeal after disabled mother's jeep stolen
Justin Kavanagh issued a public appeal on Facebook two weeks ago for help in locating his mother’s stolen jeep.
'You can't handle the truth': Director of crisis pregnancy clinic stands by controversial claims
Patrick Jameson repeated claims about abortion causing breast cancer.
Blind woman 'heartbroken' after guide dog was taken away for being overweight
The Irish Guide Dogs said they hope to reunite the pair once the dog loses weight.
Deliveroo's contentious new contracts are already in use abroad
Delivery men and women in Australia and the United Kingdom raised similar concerns earlier this year.
"I actually feel physically sick" - Console service users hit out at charity management
Fundraisers said that that they had been let down by Console.
11 reasons why Liveline will always be dear to Irish people's hearts
We will always want to Talk To Joe <3
FactCheck: Are children who get smacked more successful later in life?
TheJournal.ie’s FactCheck looks into the study that caused ructions on Liveline yesterday.
Father makes emotional appeal to find son's killer: 'Why did they do that to Mark? He was harmless'
The remains of Mark Burke were found at Thornton’s Recycling facility in July 2014.
Thieves steal final letters to widower from his deceased wife
Appearing on RTÉ’s Liveline earlier today, a pensioner described the experience in which his wallet was stolen.
FG ex-lord mayor plans court action if charges scrapped and refunds denied
Are we about to see another set of protests – this time of people demanding their money BACK?
"The saddest day and the most rewarding day" - Fr Brian D'Arcy on his last visit with Wogan
“Alarm bells” began to ring for the star and his family around three weeks ago, his longtime friend said.
Brendan O'Carroll to pay for funeral of Polish man who died in Ennis on Christmas Day
The body of the 51-year-old, who was formerly homeless, has been in a morgue in Limerick since December.
Liveline reunites woman with lost jewellery after taxi drove off with suitcase
Anne Casey was convinced the driver took her case deliberately, but there was a very simple explanation.
Graham Dwyer book banned from Arbour Hill prison
The Paul Williams title is not on the shelfs of the prison’s library due to “taste”.
Joe Duffy says the competition between RTÉ presenters is tougher than UFC fighting
“When Miriam comes into the building, it’s very rough.”
Sham marriage dispute: 'My partner's parents had their flights booked, but now our wedding can't happen'
A staff dispute means an Irish citizen marrying a non-EU citizen cannot have their marriage processed.