The Mayo News

Oct 14th
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Spring election gives Government more time for ‘promises’ – Calleary

Spring election gives Government more time for ‘promises’ – Calleary

Fianna Fáil’s Deputy Dara Calleary asks people to compare the coming five months of announcements to the previous four-and-a-half years

Politics, parties and polls

No matter when the election is held, the parties and candidates are on election footing

Search continues for woman missing in Ballycastle

Landowners around Ballycastle have been asked to check their property as the search for a missing woman continues

Controversial Corrib gas will flow within weeks

The EPA has granted the penultimate permission for the north west Mayo gas project

Man jailed for eight years after abusing neighbour’s son

Victim travelled from Australia for sentencing of man who abused him and his sisters as children




Random Story

‘Violence on GAA fields needs to stop’
The GAA must address the problem of endemic violence within the organisation, says player and victim of assault


A man and his dog

Edwin McGreal found the 2015 Achill Sheepdog Trials riveting viewing, despite the atrocious weather conditions


O’Shea powers Breaffy to county final

COLUMN In possession Aidan O’Shea was unstoppable last Sunday ... a behemoth against which no defence is adequate.


AUDIO Football Podcast 2015 #9 All-Ireland semi-final review

Our host Rob Murphy and Edwin McGreal are at Croke Park to reflect on Mayo’s draw with Dublin, with Sean Rice, Paul Earley, Mike Finnerty and Daniel Carey also checking in.

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