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The South West Express newspaper began publication in 1997, incorporating the Westside Express and Tallaght News. The last issue of the South West Express was published on 17th January 2003.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 428
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
wm_SWE 24.jpg.jpg1995SWE 24 Scoil Aonghusa Balrothery: Winners of the primary school section of the Tallaght Schools Chess Champions, front: Colm Carey, John Lowe and Thomas Lee, middle: Wayne Foley, Gavin Dunne and Darren Kavanagh, back: Pat Flaherty (teacher) and Sean Farrell (chairman Tallaght Chess Club)-
wm_5849_SWE 6.jpg.jpg1998-10-06SWE 6 Tallaght, Rehab Recycling Plant, Rehab Recycling Plant, New Plant to Double Ireland's glass recycling-
wm_SWE 321.jpg.jpg1999SWE 321 Hibernian Auctioners-
wm_SWE 72.jpg.jpg1989SWE 72 Undated picture of President Dr Paddy Hillery and Maeve Hillery and others-
wm_SWE 74.jpg.jpg1989SWE 74 undated pictures of President Dr Paddy Hillery and others-
wm_SWE 148.jpg.jpg2000SWE 148 Councillor Charlie O'Connor presenting Most Improved Award to Gary Kavanagh, one of Citywise's Awards and Diplomas presented at the end of its four summer schools in Jobstown, Tallaght.-
wm_SWE 162.jpg.jpg1999-11-13SWE 162 Des Hartigan, Woodfarm Ave., Palmerstown won £26,000 plus a week for two on Winning Streak on 13 November 1999.Mac Innes Photography
wm_SWE 318 info.jpg.jpg1991SWE 318 Gerry Leahy, Gunne Estate Agents, congratulates Ann Coffey, Palmerstown Environment Group on Palmerstown winning 1st prize in the Best Village Category in Dublin County Council / Gunne Estate Agents Tidy Districts Competition, and it won a prize for Most Improved Main Street. Also pictured are Ann Redmond, Eileen Murphy, Frank and Mora Beggan.-
wm_SWE 294 info.jpg.jpg1995SWE 294 St Paul's Secondary School, Greenhills, Dublin 12 won third place in the of NRB's 'Challenging Images' schools competition where 1,400 students from 350 schools designed and wrote a newspaper concerned with people with disabilities. Pictured are (l-r) Susan Malone, Sharon Murray, Jennifer Harman with Mervyn Taylor, Minister for Equality and Law Reform, Sinead Kelly, and teacher Annie Marie Regan.Murphy, Mary; Molloy, Siobhan
wm_Clondalkin Traffic Count 29 March 1995.jpg.jpg1995-03-29South Dublin County Council Traffic Count Clondalkin 1995South West Express
wm_Clondalkin Arts Festival 16 May 1995 - 01.jpg.jpg1995-05-16Ice Cream at the Clondalkin Arts FestivalSouth West Express
wm_Clondalkin Arts Festival 16 May 1995 - 02.jpg.jpg1995-05-16Bowler Hatted Clowns at the Clondalkin Arts Festival 16 May 1995South West Express
wm_John Gormley Lord Mayor with Children 16 May 1995.jpg.jpg1995-05-16Lord Mayor of Dublin Mr. John Gormley with ChildrenSouth West Express
wm_Clondalkin First Aid 29 March 1995.jpg.jpg1995-05-29Clondalkin Civil Defence First Aid GroupSouth West Express
wm_Clondalkin First Aid Course 7 June 1995.jpg.jpg1995-06-07Clondalkin First Aid course 7 June 1995South West Express
wm_Animal Aid Clondalkin 9 Jan 1995 - Kathleen Kavanagh.jpg.jpg1995-01-09Ms. Kathleen Kavanagh Animal Aid Clondalkin 1995South West Express
wm_VTOS Students & Teachers Deansrath Community College 1995.jpg.jpg1995-03-29Presentation of VTOS Certificates Deansrath Community College March 1995South West Express
wm_SWE 188 info.jpg.jpg1994SWE 188: 'A Star is born,' Mandy Casserly (4) who plays the star in the Nativity play; Scoil Íde Clondalkin.-
wm_SWE 288 info.jpg.jpg1994SWE 288 Julie Walsh and Gerard Walsh, Belgard Heights, £246 worth of goods.-
wm_SWE 42 info.jpg.jpg1992SWE 42 Íomha Ildánachis Theatre-In-Education show Clann Lir performing in St. Mary's National School Bancroft Avenue, Tallaght involving a pupil from the school.-
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 428