Huge thank you to Cottage staff
Dear Sir, IN response to Fr Michael Commane's column (DI March 7, 'Free travel on trains is too generous') regarding 'free disability travel passes.
Dear Sir, EDUCATE Together and ET2L Drogheda, the parent group seeking an Educate Together second-level school for Drogheda, wish to thank all of the parents, public representatives and members of the Drogheda community who supported their recent campaign.
Dear Sir, I RECENTLY attended my local FAS office enquiring about what courses may be available to me in the hope of future employment.
THE WARM personal relationship between the community and St. Joe's was highlighted by Ardee parish priest, Fr. Peter Murphy when he stood on the podium at Saturday's rally and appealed to the Government not to shut the hospital.
Dear Sir, FURTHER to the article about my presidential ambitions in the Drogheda Independent â?“ this week, I wish everyone to be aware that I will not be seeking any nominations from county councillors or any other such ilk. I consider the election of a President a matter totally for the electorate only. Therefore, I will rely on popular support only.
A MOTORIST got in touch with me about this one.
THERE has been plenty of talk about changing Drogheda in association with the RTE/Animo Productions programme but I think people always want to see actions.
AS PART of the RAPID scheme, the noise issue raised by residents in relation to Drogheda Town FC and the use of the All-Weather pitch at the site has not yet been resolved.
DEBORAH COLEMAN AS BOB Dylan once said ' the times they are a changin' and parents, for one have all sorts of unprecedented issues to deal with. This week saw a new departure as a parent filed a law suit against Facebook for failing to do, frankly what he should have been doing himself-monitor his child's online activity.
1972 LAST WEDNESDAY, a recording team from RTE's Hall's Pictorial Weekly came down to Fintan Malone's house at the Ardee Road Dunleer, to interview 'Jacko', the talking crow.
I WAS driving down the North Strand last week, past the imposing port buildings on the right, under the viaduct and down by Donor's Green, and then headed left at Ushers.
Pete Wedderburn Visit Pete's website at www.petethevet.com WHEN I was a vet student, I witnessed a dog being deliberately bled to death. A Beagle, bred for use in the laboratory, was anaesthetised then connected up to a range of monitors, so that his respiratory rate, blood pressure and other parameters could be measured.
Justine O'mahony IFELT a sort of empathy with Sinead O'Connor last week when she went on The Late Late in a desperate bid to find a man. I know she's a bit bonkers and her fashion sense leaves a lot to be desired (whoever let her out of the house with that haircut is no friend of hers let me tell...
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