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Durkan

(John) Mark. born 1960, Northern Irish politician; leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) from 2001
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Environment Minister Mark H Durkan said he would ban them all but appreciates some people enjoy them so wants to regulate the events.
Stormont Environment Minister Mark H Durkan said he was unconvinced of the advantages of the technology.
Don Cossack is no bigger than 8-1 for the Ryanair after doubling his Grade 1 tally in the John Durkan Chase at Punchestown in December and is even-money favourite with the sponsor to make it four wins from four this season at Thurles.
Yesterday Foyle MP Mark Durkan was among the hundreds of people who launched themselves down the famous street, one of the steepest city centre streetscapes in Europe.
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland and Environment Minister Mark H Durkan have extended the public consultation on affordable housing proposals until 23 September 2014.
Ian Kolvin, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said Steven Durkan, 44, and his brother, Alec Davies, had been at a local pub when the trouble began.
WORCESTER - William "Bill" Patrick Durkan, 86, passed away peacefully at dawn on Friday, May 3, 2013.
Gerry Durkan, 45, knew another law firm acted for Catherine Kerr and that her son Robert had legal control of her affairs.
ADVENTUROUS teacher Denise Durkan is celebrating after climbing to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in support of two good causes.
The UK branch of Dutch brewer Bavaria has appointed Sean Durkan as its new head of marketing.
TRAINER Oliver McKiernan landed the biggest win of his career as Follow The Plan floored odds-on favourite Tatenen in the Durkan Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
SDLP leader Mark Durkan has predicted that the DUP will eventually share power with Sinn Fein.