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2011

1ST PLACE WINNER
News 2011

LAID TO REST

by Mark Condren

The body of Toyosi Shitta Bey, the 15-year-old boy who was stabbed to death in Tyrellstown, Dublin, is laid to rest at the Muslim burial ground in Rathcoole cemetery

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END OF THE ROAD

By Niall Marshall

Members of the Garda's Armed Response Unit in action on a rainy night on the streets of Limerick City.

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GOING NOWHERE

By Alan Betson

Victor Lopez, from Texas, who was due to fly out of Dublin Airport to Vienna, and had his flight cancelled due to the Air Traffic Controllers 4 hour stoppage .

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VINTAGE CORTEGE

By Philip Fitzpatrick

The funeral of Johnny Golden who died in Cavan General Hospital which took place at Killegar,Killeshandra Co.Cavan.

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ANGUISH

By Philip Fitzpatrick

The tiny coffin of baby Catherine is carried to the hearse by her aunt and the late Roisin's mother Catherine, left in white hat.

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CROSSFIRE

By Mark Condren

A man prays outside a Port-au-Prince church that had just been destroyed in the Haitian earthquake

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FIRED UP

By Mark Condren

Protestors outside the Dail following the governments decision to call in the IMF

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VISITING DADDY

By Mark Condren

The son and partner of John ONeill, who was shot dead while on holiday in Spain, at his grave in Dublin

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STALKING HORSE

By Mark Condren

One time murder suspect Ian Bailey outside the Courts of Criminal Justice in Dublin

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TEARS FOR TOYOSI

By Mark Condren

The father of 15-year-old murder victim Toyosi Shitta-Bey at his sons funeral

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A LOST FRIEND.

By Steve Humphreys

School children mourn the tragic loss of their 12 year old friend Michaela Davis at her funeral mass at St Mochta's Church in Porterstown.

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REACHING OUT.

By Steve Humphreys

A mourner grieves at the funeral mass for Ann Callely, the sister of murder victim Rachel O'Reilly who also died tragically young.

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NEVER THOUGHT I'D END UP HERE

By Laura Hutton

Former chairman and executive of Anglo Irish Bank, Sean Fitzpatrick walks out of Bray Garda Station after he was arrested at bis home by the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation and questioned at length about financial irregularities at the bank.

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CONVICTED

By Julien Behal

Eamonn Lillis leaves the Central Criminal Court, Dublin, after he was convicted of manslaughter but acquitted of murdering his business partner wife Celine Cawley.

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HE WALKS AMONG US

By Gerry Mooney

Larry Murphy, The most feared man in Ireland and recently released convicted rapist walks silently through Heuston train station, most unaware of his presence.

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TUNNEL VISION

By Emma Jervis

The Limerick tunnel was officially opened by An Taoiseach, Mr. Brian Cowen T.D.

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I AM ON THE WAY OUT

By Domnick Walsh

Dingle Community Hospital Patients move from the 180 year old to a New hospital built in the town of Dingle . 43 residents of Dingle Community Hospital will move to their new state of the art home in the new multi-million € West Kerry Community Hospital.