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Rape Crisis Network Ireland cuts demeaning to survivors

Recent cuts to funding for the Rape Crisis Network Ireland are very hard to justify, says Anne-Marie Flynn

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It's all Greek to me!

The debate surrounding Greece and the EU shows up a lot of problems in Europe, writes Liamy MacNally

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No more news from Bridgie Browne

A Ballinrobe institution is no more following the closure of Bridgie Brown's shop last Saturday. Willie McHugh reminisces

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A Taoiseach, a bottle-bank and an election

Aine Ryan casts a sideways glance at politicians’ pre-election PR machines and notes that some are driving Lamborghinis

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A tribute to Noel Reilly

Fr Kevin Hegarty bids a fond farewell to Belmullet’s Noel Reilly, ‘a man with a deep affinity for his people and native place’

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Rage against the two-wheeled machine

George Hook rejoices in Goverment plans to introduce legislation that will see cyclists who break road rules fined on the spot

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Coming back home to Mayo

After sixteen years outside her native Mayo, Anne-Marie Flynn is making a big switch and coming home to Mayo

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Death of a newspaper

Twenty years ago this month the Irish Press newspaper closed down, leaving a sour legacy of bitterness in its wake

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Paul Durcan – The Days of Surprise

One of our great national treasurers, Paul Durcan, will grace Mayo next Thursday to read from his latest work

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The great sporting conflict of home grown talent and eligible foreigners

Surely being worthy of playing for the Irish rugby team is worth more than three years residency, writes George Hook

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The Lovely Sweet Woodlands of Ower

The locals along the Mayo/Galway border could never have imagined the Chinese Prime Minister would swing by

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Road rage and tourism terrorism

Áine Ryan falls at the first hurdle in her annual battle to stay on the civil side of the war against tourism terror

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