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# John Curran

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Man appears before South African court charged with murder of Irish charity worker
John Curran was killed earlier this month.
Man arrested over murder of John Curran in Cape Town
The charity worker was found dead at his apartment earlier this month.
Police release CCTV images in connection with murder of Irish aid worker
John Curran was found dead in his apartment last week.
Irish charity worker stabbed to death in South Africa
His body was formally identified this morning.
TD says second ring road should be built west of M50 to ease traffic jams
The M50 is currently operating at traffic levels which were not predicted to occur until the mid-2020s.
Why are all these Fianna Fáil-ers making a comeback?
Analysis: Fianna Fáil wants to blood new candidates but is also relying on the old guard in some constituencies.
As Fianna Fáil weathers its week from hell, two former ministers are planning comebacks
Martin Mansergh and John Curran, please step forward.
The former Fianna Fáil and Green ministers who are (or could be) making a comeback
There are a few familiar faces you could be seeing again come election time.
Here's another ex-Fianna Fáil minister who could be making a comeback
Former government chief whip John Curran is contemplating running for the Dáil again.
Revealed: the full cost of dumping our outgoing government TDs
The first-year pensions of the 41 Fianna Fáil and Green TDs who failed to keep their seats underlines the price of change.
FF apologises to Halligan over possible TV3 slur
Fianna Fáil says it’s sorry if its questions over Enda Kenny’s interview questioned the TV3 journalist’s professionalism.
Daily Fix: Wednesday
Today, there’s been some heated bickering between all parties; independents have formed a new group; and some candidates faced (being the operative word) unexpected dangers..
Fine Gael still undecided over Wednesday's Dáil bailout vote
Leaders of the main opposition party are split – saying they haven’t ruled out support, while insisting the deal is a bad one.
By-elections will happen 'in first quarter of 2011' - Curran
The government wins three Dáil votes defeating by-elections – but admits it will try to hold them in early 2011.