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Barnet London Borough Council election, 2010 The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Lynne Hillan on 5 April.
Operation Crazyhorse Thunder Troop C, 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division targeted an IED cell, based in the Abu Shiekan and Abu Hillan villages, believed to be responsible for setting IEDs several times a week along the highway.
Michael McLaverty McLaverty was one of Ireland's distinguished short story writers, painting with spare intensity the northern landscape of his homeland, the hill farms, rough island terrain and the backstreets of Belfast. He focuses on moments of passion, wonder or bitter disenchantment in lives of struggle. His collected works are illustrated with woodcuts by Barbara Childs, and including an introduction by Seamus Heaney and a foreword by Sophia Hillan,
Gunnar Gerring Gerring was born in Stockholm, Sweden and was the son of lector, PhD Hugo Gerring and Hillan (née Åström). He passed "studentexamen" in 1934 and the reserve officers exam in 1939 (he was a lieutenant in the cavalry reserve 1942-1953) and received a Candidate of Law degree from Uppsala University in 1939. Gerring conducted clerkship at the Stockholm Town Hall Court from 1940 to 1942 before becoming an attaché at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in 1942.
Seamus Heaney During teacher training at St Joseph's Teacher Training College in Belfast (now merged with St Mary's, University College), Heaney went on a placement to St Thomas' secondary Intermediate School in west Belfast. The headmaster of this school was the writer Michael McLaverty from County Monaghan, who introduced Heaney to the poetry of Patrick Kavanagh. With McLaverty's mentorship, Heaney first started to publish poetry in 1962. Hillan describes how McLaverty was like a foster father to the younger Belfast poet. In the introduction to McLaverty's "Collected Works," Heaney summarised the poet's contribution and influence: "His voice was modestly pitched, he never sought the limelight, yet for all that, his place in our literature is secure." Heaney's poem "Fosterage", in the sequence "Singing School" from "North" (1975), is dedicated to him.