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  • President Tommy in hot seat

    GOLF  When a local man is named President of one of the largest sporting organisations in the country it’s a cause for celebration. ...
  • Frank’s final bus run

    Frank Joyce took his bus for the final run from Ballindine National School on Friday. ...
  • Lasting legacy

    Foxford’s most famous son was fondly commemorated in Argentina in recent weeks. ...
  • Examining language barriers

    A Mayo company is examining language barriers and cultural identity in the tourism sector. ...
  • From five to one in Irishtown

    In the mid-1970s, there were five pubs in Irishtown, but now only one is keeping the flag flying. ...
  • The humble woodcock

    COUNTRY SIGHTS Dublin disappeared into the wet and windy distance as our ‘plane climbed to 10,000 feet. ...
  • The Lions in winter

    COUNTY VIEW Nearly 800 people gathered to enjoy the performance of Mozart’s Don Giovanni in the TF. ...
  • Into the Great Silence

    SECOND READING One of the best-attended films this year at the Irish Film Institute was ‘Into the Great Silence’. ...
  • Seachtain na Gaeilge

    SPEAKER'S CORNER Ní mór dom bheith ionraice leat. Bím idir dhá chomhairle faoi Sheachtain na Gaeilge. ...
  • CARTY, John (FF)

    Meet the Candidate John Carty has been Mayo’s only Government TD in his first five-years in Dáil Éireann. ...
  • Exploiting the jewel

    The people’s agenda Forget the negativity, Ballina has plenty of virtues to extol. The Moy is an oasis. ...
  • Bucking the trend

    On the doorsteps The atmosphere in the rural pub trade in Ireland is very different to the mood in 2002. ...
  • Murray in the mix

    Grape Vine Charlestown’s Gerry Murray will most definitely be a player at the business end of this election. ...
  • Ballina make play-offs

    BASKETBALL Merry Monk Ballina are approaching the end of season play-offs next weekend in superb form. ...
  • Cheltenham begins

    FINAL FURLONG This columnist is heading for Prestbury Park this week as the Cheltenham Festival begins. ...
  • Holders aim for history

    FOOTBALL  Crossmolina will be at home to Ballinrobe in their opening game of the 2007 Mayo SFC. ...
  • Men and motors

    MOTORSPORT There is a certain irony in using public transport to attend the Mayo Stages Rally. ...
  • Mayo win on the road

    FOOTBALL Mayo’s steady, solid march through this National League campaign should cause no anxiety. ...
  • Ballinrobe Project may close

    The four-month-old Ballinrobe Youth Development Project faces the possibility of closure. ...
  • Carty swipes at O’Mahony

    Deputy John Carty says if people want to elect ‘another TD in Roscommon’ that’s up to them. ...

 

 

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A group of walkers from Clonbur wisely climbed Croagh Patrick the day before Reek Sunday, reports Willie McHugh

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