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Clondalkin GAZET TE FREE

SEPTEMBER 20, 2012

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OPINION: Moneylenders must be regulated, says Eoin O Broin (SF) P7

On a fundraising drive: Walkers help Pieta House KING of the culchies, Pat Short,

Football: Round Tower pin down home AFL2 playoff Page 31

Soccer: Peamount pick up two wins over Shelbourne Page 30

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was delighted to join Munster and Ireland rugby player Alan Quinlan to lead a group of walkers recently, with everyone there to help support a “Tomathon”. The stars and walkers were supporting hotelier Tom Moran, owner of the Moran and Bewley’s Hotel Group, on his 250km charity walk from Limerick to Dublin in aid of local charity and suicide awareness organisation, Pieta House. Tom’s fundraising Tomathon is expected to conclude this Friday evening at the Red Cow Inn.

A big hand for Tidy Towns volunteers We know what I HIROMI MOONEY

to do to win next year – Cllr Gilligan

CLONDALKIN’S Tidy Towns committee were praised last week after the results of the judging in the 2012 SuperValu National Tidy Towns Awards were announced. Saluting the efforts of the Clondalkin committee, Coun-

cillor Trevor Gilligan (FF) said: “A lot of time and energy has gone in over the past few weeks into Clondalkin Tidy Towns. “I would like to thank volunteers, the committee, business owners and everyone who got involved. “I believe that this is only the start for Clondalkin Tidy

Towns, and the only way we can go is up. “We have the results and responses from the Tidy Towns, so we know what to do for next year. Clondalkin is the best place to live. The competition for next year has started,” said Cllr Gilligan. Full Story on Page 3

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