Obituary: ‘Always a traditionalist, he championed amateur status and opposed the relaxation of Rule 42’
Obituary: ‘He spent his working life weaving on a loom in the shed beside his house’
Obituary: Jesuit argued that racism, poverty, militarism and capitalist greed were pieces of the same problem: an unjust society
Obituary: ‘Wu sneaked back into China several times to document the conditions endured by those sent to labour camps, before being caught and briefly imprisoned once again in 1995’
Obituary: ‘What a career overall, and what courage – or simple stubbornness – kept it going’
Obituary: Falcarragh resident was known for community work and generous spirit
Obituary: He was one of the last links between the art world of today and the pioneering White Stag Group
Obituary: ‘His vision was to have a scout group in every parish, and new troops are springing up at a rate of 20 a year’
Obituary: He wrote about men struggling to make sense of the cards fate had dealt them
Distinguished priest and historian
Obituary: His writings form a unique legacy chronicling the social history of Greystones
Obituary: His roles stretched from Hancock’s Half Hour, to Last of the Summer Wine to Pink Panther, Hammer Horror and James Bond films
Obituary: ‘Desperados Waiting for a Train was one of a handful of originals now regarded as standards from his 1975 debut album, Old No 1’
Obituary: ‘She was a free woman who lived by her own rules’
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