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  • 'Robe ready for 'Hot Mikado'

    Ballinrobe's highly-acclaimed Musical Society is gearing up for its annual production, which promises to be special. ...
  • RING, Michael FG

    Meet the Candidate It’s been a long day, but Michael Ring is full of the joys of spring. ...
  • Improved transport is key

    While the politicians are busy pushing their policies, we asked the people what matters to them. ...
  • Pigeons bursting from roosting places

    COUNTRY SIGHTS First light was cold, the air filled with frozen fog, minute particles of ice that crisped the lungs. ...
  • Garavan’s political ambitions

    COUNTY VIEW Mark Garavan’s decision to stand as an Independent in this year’s Seanad election is no surprise. ...
  • Abbé Pierre recalled

    SECOND READING The first poem I remember learning at school was Pádraic Colum’s ‘An Old Woman of the Roads’. ...
  • A momentous day

    SPEAKER'S CORNER Watching it on television was amazing, witnessing it at first-hand must have been truly special. ...
  • Defeat is opportunity lost

    RUGBY When my girlfriend Sara suggested going out for lunch last Sunday there was only silence from my end of the phone. ...
  • Looking for consistency

    As Mayo’s election candidates go knocking on doors, they are sure to be quizzed on planning. ...
  • Prices shorten as big guns deliver

    FINAL FURLONG It’s been a while since we had a Saturday as exciting as the one just past with a hosts of thrills and spills. ...
  • Mayo up for Oscar award

    SOCCER Mayo will hope to continue their run in the Oscar Traynor Cup on Sunday when they entertain Inishowen at Milebush. ...
  • Top of his class

    FOOTBALL The finer details of Sunday’s match are ingrained in Brendan Prendergast’s mind. He knows what job he will have to do. ...
  • Mayo lose momentum

    FOOTBALL Seldom have a Mayo team invested so much effort and energy into a game and left with so little to show for it. ...
  • The last word on last year

    KEVIN MCSTAY A few weeks before Christmas, when sifting through the annual mailbag, I flagged a letter I received from a reader. ...
  • Man found ’not guilty’

    A man was found ‘not guilty’ of sexual assault by a jury at Castlebar Circuit Court on Monday. ...
  • Manulla NS report not ready

    Education Minister Mary Hanafin cannot yet make public a report into events at Manulla NS. ...
  • Coroner welcomes penalties

    The Coroner for North Mayo has welcomed proposed stiffer penalties for non-appearances at inquests. ...
  • Garavan seeks Seanad seat

    Shell to Sea campaigner Dr Mark Garavan’s has declared his intention to run for Seanad Éireann. ...
  • Shell identify new routes

    Shell have identified five new possible routes for bringing the controversial Corrib gas inshore. ...
  • The one that got away

    FOOTBALL IF you were in any doubt about how Mayo regard the NFL then the final whistle last Sunday was a valuable case study. ...

 

 

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