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LOVED BY HER FRIENDS,
FAILED BY
THE STATE

• General Election countdown

• Tragic Jenna Flanagan found dead under a tree in Eamonn Ceannt Park on Monday

• “Useless” HSE could not rebuild a life scarred from birth by State abuse

• JENNA FLANAGAN: A TRIBUTE

• STUNNING Kellie Breen, featured recently in the south edition of the paper, has found a new photographer and a new mood in her stunning collection of portfolio pictures.

 

And already, these beautiful bromides have bought the Ballyfermot lass catalogue and catwalk work.

 

Now, however, she wants to raise her profile with a “face of” campaign. And we reckon she’s just the lady to raise an Irish product profile...and a male heartbeat.

 

We’ll be keeping an eye on her progress...

KELLIE
Local News Tribute
by Paul Kelly

• JENNA FLANAGAN: tragic passing on Monday

SHE WAS found by an early-morning jogger in Éamonn Ceannt Park, known locally as Sundrive Park. She leaves behind four children and a devoted partner, Des Crawford.

 

Some locals are baffled, all are grief-stricken.

 

Jenna Flanagan felt she was out of options — but, as it turns out, she had more friends than she knew. For example, the redoubtable ladies of Donore Avenue and St Teresa’s Gardens, suspecting a tabloid ambush, banded together to chase this reporter away.

 

JENNA’S STORY

Finally, determined that she be remembered after her death as they knew her in life, they appointed one of their number, Sarah Lawlor, to tell Jenna’s story without distortion or sensation.

 

It is one full of colour, laughter and hope. MORE»

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