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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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Loss of Turlough museum would be a major tourism blow

The Museum of Country Life at Turlough House has become a focal point for Mayo tourism and its loss would be an immense

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The GAA need to come clean

George Hook feels that times are clearly a changing in the GAA when commercial interests are taking precedent over an amateur ethos

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Johnny Groden – as honourable as Croagh Patrick

Liamy MacNally looks back on the life and times of Johnny Groden, who was one of the best known community activists in Mayo

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Sorry seems to be the hardest word

Anne-Marie Flynn asks why many organisations in Ireland find it hard to issue a sincere apology even when they are clearly in the wrong

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