Brian McLaughlin

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Greenock Telegraph
Over-50s take up walking football at Inverkip Community Hubevery Friday. There is no fee, but participants contribute about £2 a week to
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
every Friday. There is no fee, but participants contribute about £2 a week to go towards after-match refreshments. More information is available by calling Kevin at the Hub on 520740 or Brian McLaughlin of Greenock Morton in the Community on 7319... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Hospital attack thug fails to overturn jail sentencehostage" when he punched a doctor and nurse in the face has failed in his appea
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
hostage" when he punched a doctor and nurse in the face has failed in his appeal against a four-month prison sentence. Brian McLaughlin (30), of Castle Street, Ballycastle, was jailed at Coleraine Magistrates Court last month when District... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Scituate Animal Shelter celebrates 25 yearssomeone can no longer care for their animal and needs to relinquish their pet,
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 25 days ago
someone can no longer care for their animal and needs to relinquish their pet, they will help.” The event featured Officer Brian McLaughlin and his K9 partner, Tango, performing an action-packed demonstration. Those who came out also enjoyed a dog... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford celebrates 50 years of volunteering with parks and rec programs- Bel Air; Nelson White and Bill Plantholt - Forest Hill. Aubrey Edwards, Cher
Baltimore Sun / Posted 27 days ago
- Bel Air; Nelson White and Bill Plantholt - Forest Hill. Aubrey Edwards, Cheryl Edwards, Richard Hicks, Charles Higdon, Brian McLaughlin, Glenn Shaw and Katrina Smith - all of Bel Air; Wendy Baur - Forest Hill; and Tom Barnaba and Rich Siejack -... Read more
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Scottish Fitba
All Change At HQand staff I have worked with during my time at the Scottish FA and wish them th
Scottish Fitba / Posted a month ago
and staff I have worked with during my time at the Scottish FA and wish them the very best of luck for the future." Brian McLaughlin will take up a new role as a national youth team coach, moving on from his role as the Holyrood High School... Read more

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