Supporting communities after a suicide

Co-founder of the Níamh Louise Foundation, James McBennett, is to speak at Coalisland Holy Family Church tomorrow evening. Here he talks about the charity’s message, its breaking of social taboos and the pressures of living through grief so publicly.

Western HouseJAMES McBennett and his family were rocked by the death of his 15-year-old step-daughter Niamh McKee.

Her sudden death in November 2005 was a seismic shock to the Clonmore community and the surrounding areas.

Not only was her life cut so heartbreakingly short, but she died through suicide.

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St Joseph’s lose out to Cnoc Mhuire in U16 Vocational Schools championship

St.Joseph’s Coalisland 0-9 Cnoc Mhuire Granard 1-8

A SINGLE point has prevented the Coalisland U16 St Joseph’s squad from reaching the All-Ireland Vocational Schools final.

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Brackaville GFC notes

Events and notices from Brackaville GFC.

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Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes‏

Events and notices from the Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.

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Triumph for St Joseph’s College

VICTORY: St Joseph’s College were crowned Ulster champions in the U16s Schools Cup after beating St Mark’s, Warrenpoint, in the final. More photos on Facebook



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