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That most taxing of tasks

Paying for his car tax has always been a job that the disorganised Edwin McGreal has struggled with

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The past is a foreign country, thankfully

In early independent Ireland, Conservative nationalism and Catholicism colluded in creating the ethos of the new state

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Protecting your child

After the rapes of two little girls in Athlone, we ask: What can parents do to protect their children from sexual predators?

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Glory days in Innisfree

Willie McHugh on the significance of Mark Rode’s sculpture commemorating the filming of ‘The Quiet Man’ in Cong

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The problems of debt

With the effects of the recession continuing, we examine the issue of debt in Mayo and hear one man’s story

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Bullies have no age limits

Bullying is now a real problem in Primary Schools as Áine Ryan found out when she spoke to a Mayo mother

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An issue of privacy

A look at online privacy in the wake of a social-media feeding frenzy over pictures of a minor performing a sex act at a concert

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Giving it a twirl in Kilmaine

Willie McHugh on the multi-tasking Tacú Family Resource Centre in Ballinrobe and an upcoming fundraiser in Kilmaine

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New papacy, new hope?

Fr Kevin Hegarty presents the thinking of liberation theologian Leonardo Boff, who sees much hope in the new papacy

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Death descending on Westport

Westport has been rocked in the last week by four untimely deaths. Locals stood together in support of their families

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Depraved predator

The depravity inflicted by kidnapper Ariel Castro on three victims in Cleveland over ten years was tragic and perverse

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The end of an age

The departure of Alex Ferguson as manager of Manchester Utd met with many reactions from indifference to joy to despair

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