‘Not everyone in Moyross causes trouble’

Moyross and Pineview Gardens might be synonymous with social problems and violence, but David Conway, who has lived there for 20 years, is trying to project a much more positive image of the area.

23rd September, 2006

Moyross and Pineview Gardens might be synonymous with social problems and violence, but David Conway, who has lived there for 20 years, is trying to project a much more positive image of the area.

Conway graduated earlier this month with a first class honours degree in computer-aided engineering from the University of Limerick where he has been studying for six-and-a-half years.

He funded his education by his own earnings since teenage years and got support from...

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