Durkan


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Durkan

(ˈdɜːkən)
n
(Biography) (John) Mark. born 1960, Northern Irish politician; leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) from 2001 to 2010
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Police were called to the Wigg Island nature reserve in Runcorn, Cheshire, England, in the early hours of Wednesday where they discovered the body of Kieron Durkan, 44.
Kieron Durkan, who wrote himself into the club's folklore when he gave the Dragons an unlikely 1-0 lead against the Red Devils in January 1995, was "never far from Wrexham fans' hearts", said one supporter.
Kieron Durkan, who played for the Hatters 65 times between 1996-98, was found dead in his home town of Runcorn, Cheshire, on Tuesday night.
Police were called to Wigg Island, in Runcorn, in the early hours of yesterday morning, where they found 44-year-old Kieron Durkan unconscious.
THB, a London-based specialist insurance and reinsurance broker, has said that it has hired Declan Durkan as commercial and placement director at THB UK Risk Solutions, THB's combined fleet and commercial operation in the UK.
NEWS of the passing of Tony Durkan brought back memories of his spectacular front-running mare Anaglogs Daughter.
we are feeling really, really good about where we are, and I think you guys should celebrate," Durkan told supporters at her election party Tuesday, the Seattle Times (https://www.
The biggest shock of the night was former SDLP leader Mark Durkan losing his seat in Foyle to Sinn Fein's Elisha McCallion who secured the seat by 169 votes after a recount.
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland and Environment Minister Mark H Durkan have extended the public consultation on affordable housing proposals until 23 September 2014.
Ian Kolvin, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said Steven Durkan, 44, and his brother, Alec Davies, had been at a local pub when the trouble began.
WORCESTER - William "Bill" Patrick Durkan, 86, passed away peacefully at dawn on Friday, May 3, 2013.