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Colm Ó Lochlainn

Good Friday 1916 1956

Colm Ó Lochlainn was one of five men sent down to Kerry on Good Friday. Three Volunteers drowned when the car they were driving drove off Ballykissane Pier.

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Ireland's Dirtiest Town Named And Shamed

Ireland's Dirtiest Town Named And Shamed 2003

Ireland's dirtiest and most litter-strewn towns and cities have been named and shamed in a new report which serves to reinforce the stereotype of the dirty Irish.