Roscommon Herald – 22nd March


Page 1: Fitzmaurice denies claims of agri ministry deal
Page 2: Editor Christine McHugh muses the agony of ‘penalty shoot outs’ for 11 year old girls … and parents
Page 2: Ciara McCaughley writes “Deputy Denis Naughten said that because no political party has been given the mandate to govern …” Cllr Maura Hopkins has received the nomination from the Fine Gael party for a seat on the Senate Administrative Panel
Page 8: March Madness bargains at Joe Simon Home, garden & build, Boyle
Page 12: Boyle and District Angling Cluib get ready for top quality Pike Festival (Easter Saturday & Sunday}
Page 14: in King House, Barry Feely’s ‘For the Record’ commemorative exhibition of photograohs, Easter Saturday to April 2nd. ‘They Dared to Challenge’, Barry Feely’s new book will be launched on Friday 1st April at 8pm
Page 18: Tulsa funding agency wants Boyle’s Family Life Centre to operate without faith-based ethos
Page 33: N61 road to close near Boyle for realignment.
Page 41: Ardcarne Garden Centre celebrates 30 years in business in Boyle
Page 46: John Mulligan writes “The Leinster House circus continues a month after people cast their vote”

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