Sad farewell to ‘remarkable woman’ Julie-Anne

first_imgFacebook NewsLocal NewsSad farewell to ‘remarkable woman’ Julie-AnneBy admin – November 23, 2011 841 Linkedin Print Email LIMERICK is this week mourning a woman who worked tirelessly and used her singing talents to raise money for breast cancer. Julie-Anne Dineen was diagnosed with breast cancer more than three years ago and then became an ambassador for fundraising for the cause. She released her charity single “Do You Believe,” which reached no 1 in the Irish Singles Chart in March 2009, and topped the charts for a week. The proceeds went to the Symptomatic Breast Cancer unit at the Mid-Western Regional Hospital in Ireland, where Julie-Anne had just finished treatment for breast cancer.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up She was nominated for Limerick Person of the Year 2009 after the recording. She completed a tour of Limerick schools where she performed her chart topping song and worked to spread a cancer aware message. She followed her chart success with a Top 3 hit in Ireland, a cover of River Deep – Mountain High released in October 2009.Julie-Anne lived with her husband Dave and sons Sean (12) and Matty (8) in Corbally, and the family had just recently moved to their new home in Adare.With her husband and other friends and supporters, the former Bunratty singer raised thousands for the charity, organising events including the Limerick Jigs and Reels.John Galvin, who worked with the couple in fundraising, said Julie-Anne was “a remarkable woman. What she has done is indescribable, doing so much fundraising and so much good while she and Dave were raising their children. They are a remarkable family”.40 year old Julie-Anne passed away on Sunday last. She was buried after requiem mass in St Joseph’s Church this Wednesday morning.center_img Advertisement Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleWine news including @FVDIE Christmas tasting and moreNext articleCharity near victim of refund scam adminlast_img read more

Letterkenny Town Council look at options to remove ESB cables

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook Google+ Pinterest Twitter Previous articleNorthwest MEP says government needs Euro plan ‘B’Next articlePaediatric Diabetic Service to be maintained in Letterkenny News Highland Facebook Newsx Adverts Google+center_img Pinterest Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Letterkenny Town Council is to investigate ways of removing overhead ESB wires in the centre of the town and rerouting them underground.In previous years, Tidy Towns adjudications have raised the issue of the wires, saying they take away from the area between the Courthouse, Crossview House and Gallagher’s Hotel.Ahead of next week’s budget meeting, officials will examine what can be done to address the situation.Independent Cllr Tom Crossan raised the issue this week, he says removing the wires would have a very positive impact on Letterkenny’s Tidy Towns results: WhatsApp By News Highland – December 15, 2011 Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Letterkenny Town Council look at options to remove ESB cables Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margeylast_img read more