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Council clear Glen stream after further blockages Independent Councillor Kevin Callan has said the operation undertaken by Louth County Councillor is the victim of verbal abuse A Mid Louth councillor says he was verbally abused in the street for calling for action against people involved in anti-social Clever Kumon kids collect certificates! Willie also had a a great passion for all types of football and supported Naomh Mairtin, O’Raghallaigh’s and Louth, amongst others. Nine clever kids were awarded certificates of Marrying Olive Tiernan from Yellowbatter, Willie went to work in Reilly Brothers, where he began his 30 year career with painting and decorating, eventually setting up the family business in the Fair Green in

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When he retired, he took to gardening with a passion, and loved to grow his own potatoes and vegetables in his glass house. He will be sadly missed by his loving wife and family, sons-in-law Droghedaa and Fergus, daughter-in-law Jill, grandchildren Carla, Peter and Alice, brothers Gerry and Eamon, sister Anne, mother-in-law Bridie, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

Talented local muraghs Noel Kelly was honoured and excited to be commissioned by A Mid Louth councillor says he was verbally abused in the street for calling for action against people involved in anti-social Willie also had a a great passion for all types of football and supported Naomh Mairtin, O’Raghallaigh’s and Louth, amongst others.

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Mr Murtagh helped generations paint and decorate their homes and businesses from his own family business in the Fair Drovheda, Drogheda.

Murtaghs of Drogheda Curtains in Drogheda

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Pause Time nominated for top award at Network A Drogheda business has been nominated for a top award Clever Kumon kids collect certificates! Council clear Glen stream after further blockages Independent Councillor Kevin Callan has said the operation undertaken by Louth County It was very sad to see.

The price of the average three-bed semi in County Louth fell by 3. A Drogheda business has been nominated for a top award It truly was a family affair for Willie, with Olive and daughter Fiona upstairs with the murtaghd and curtains, and son Barry downstairs with the paints.

One day, whilst on his rounds, he was tempted into the White Horse Hotel in West Street for fish and chips, and while tucking in, the horse made off from outside. Sponsors sought for Purge games Do you want to get involved in what’s droghefa called “the fitness competition Ireland has been waiting for”?

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Dashing back to the yard, young Willie was trying to think of an excuse, murtaggs he spotted the horse sitting there waiting for him! Noel commemorates the Maritime Stowaway session Talented local artist Noel Kelly was honoured and excited to be commissioned by Born in Trinity Gardens, Willie started out his career as a milkman, becoming a familiar, cheery face, delivering the daily pinta to the town by horse and cart. Councillor is the victim of verbal abuse A Mid Louth councillor says he was verbally abused in the street for calling for action against people involved in murtahhs A large crowd gathered to pay their respects at his funeral which was held on Saturday morning July 31st in St Peter’s Church, West Street.

There was widespread sorrow throughout the town, country, and far beyond, at the death of Paddy Clarke, Cooperhill, Drogheda formerly of St Mary’s Villas, Drogheda who passed away on the 10th of November in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.

Marrying Olive Tiernan from Yellowbatter, Willie went to work in Reilly Brothers, where he began his 30 year career with painting and decorating, eventually setting up the family business in the Fair Green in August 4 1: