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The voice of Cong is alive and well

There’s something for everyone in the current Cunga magazine. Willie McHugh takes a look at a year in the life of Cong.

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The Loughneys of Killala and Paris

This week our columnist Willie McHugh goes well beyond South Mayo … and ends up in Paris.

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A night at Conor Mortimer’s book launch

In his South of the Border column, Willie McHugh reflects on launch of a book from former Mayo footballer Conor Mortimer.

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Bridgie served Glencorrib well

COLUMN  In his South of the Border column, Willie McHugh reflects on the kind of place Mayo was when the local village shop was at the heart of a community.

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Confronting obesity

George Hook is of the belief that the problem of obesity if not a disease and that people are overweight because of the choices they make

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Women, Church and the voice of God

In the week after a female Deacon is ordained in Westport, Liamy MacNally looks at the status of women in the Catholic Church

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Guiding the Peace Park visitor

The generosity of an exiled son of County Mayo has made sure visitors to Castlebar’s Peace Park are well in tune with their surroundings

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Hanafin highlights stiff task ahead for Martin

Fianna Fáil leader Michéal Martin faces a stiff test of his leadership in the coming months as his party look to challenge the Government ahead of the 2016 General Election

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No common ground with this enemy

George Hook on why the latest battle with Islamic radicals has no recent parallel

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Remembering TH White with ‘The Godstone and the Blackymor’ exhibition

Fr Kevin Hegarty writes about an exhibition that is a telling reminder of Erris’s unique cultural history

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Government abstention on Gaza vote shameful

Aine Ryan asks why didn’t the Irish Government support an important vote to establish an international Commission of Enquiry into human rights violations

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That epic folklore collection

It is entirely fitting that the now almost forgotten Schools Folklore Collection of some 75 years ago is to be commemorated in Mayo

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