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CICLI SPORT GRAND PRIX

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30 Mar 2012 Comments Off on CICLI SPORT GRAND PRIX
CICLI SPORT GRAND PRIX

No less than six Emyvale cyclists were racing last Saturday in the East Tyrone Cicli Sport Grand Prix. The circuit was a hilly one based in the town of Moneymore just outside Cookstown. Aiden Mc Donald started in the third category race. The going was tough but Aiden fell back in with the following group of fourth category racers and finished comfortably with them. In the fourth category race Martin Sherry, Barry and Stephen Cassidy, Dara Mc Kenna and another newcomer to the racing scene Patrick Mulroe started the event. ...

Emyvale Daffodil Day Raises €7,633.50

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6 May 2011 Comments Off on Emyvale Daffodil Day Raises €7,633.50
Emyvale Daffodil Day Raises €7,633.50

Some of the volunteers who helped organise and sell daffodils in Emyvale in aid of the Irish Cancer Society as part of the recent national daffodil day campaign, are pictured making the presentation of the cheque for €7,633.50. The group which was lead by Pauline Treanor, Marie Murphy and Nancy McCluskey, are presenting the cheque to Justin McDermott, community fundraiser for the Irish Cancer Society. ©Rory Geary/The Northern Standard

Emyvale man dies in New Zealand earthquake

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25 Feb 2011 Comments Off on Emyvale man dies in New Zealand earthquake

The north Monaghan man who was tragically killed in the earthquake that struck Christchurch, New Zealand on Tuesday has been named as 40-year-old Owen McKenna, who was originally from Brackagh, Emyvale. Mr McKenna, who was a general nurse and worked as manager of the accident and emergency department at the city’s main hospital, had moved to New Zealand in 2002. He was married to local woman Sarah Lothian, and they had two young children, Grace, aged 7 and Tadhg (4) . According to reports, the Monaghan man’s car ...

Residents stop Emyvale river walkway project

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29 Oct 2010 Comments Off on Residents stop Emyvale river walkway project
Residents stop Emyvale river walkway project

michael@northern-standard.ie Workmen who had intended building a four-foot high concrete wall for the Co Council at a scenic riverside walkway in Emyvale found themselves between a rock and a hard place on Tuesday morning when they were confronted by irate local residents who insisted that it would destroy the view. A compromise was reached later in the evening following a meeting between a number of local people and the builders, which was also attended by independent county councillor Seamus Treanor and one of the council’s senior engineers, Mr Donal McElwain. It was ...