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Meditating on men’s questions

Westport’s Men’s Shed is a busy hive of activity but urgently needs a new home

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Conquering Europe

Members of The Mayo News staff travelled to Vienna last week to accept the Best Designed Local Newspaper in Europe award

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A dream that became reality

Kevin Loftus, Head of Design with The Mayo News, on accepting the Best Designed Local Newspaper in Europe award in Vienna

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A life by the line

Brendan Holmes from Tiernaur is a landowner along the Great Western Greenway with a lifetime of memories to recount

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Could Killala become County Mayo’s new Silicon Valley?

A multi-million investment in a trans-Atlantic high-speed fibre-optic cable is about to be developed in the seaside town of Killala

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Two Ballinrobe dreamers and believers

Willie McHugh talks to frozen-food distributers Peter Costello and Eamon McDermott, who are celebrating 50 years in business

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Communities at a crossroads

Áine Ryan asks, who is really shouting stop in the battle for rural Ireland?

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Memories and Melodies

Willie McHugh meets Midwest Radio presenter Mildred Beirne, whose lifelong passion is music, song and dance

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Pieta House West – offering their support

Tom McEvoy epitomises what Pieta House West is all about. Willie McHugh met the Director of Advocacy in Tuam.

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An open house and busy stations

The tradition of house stations is alive and well in South Mayo. Willie McHugh reports from Houndswood.

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Mulloy Brothers making music

Willie McHugh meets up with the Mulloy Brothers from Mulranny, who have been entertaining crowds since the ’60s

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