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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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A story of love in a time of war

John Healy looks back on a personalised story of love that was able to integrate itself with a great historical event

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Mayo fall short but Horan leaves with head held high

Mayo bow out of the race for Sam Maguire but departing manager James Horan has served the county well over the last four years

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Strong and clear leadership needed on abortion debate

As the abortion debate rages on nationally, George Hook is calling for strong and clear leadership from the Government

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Memories of an inspiring and courageous clergyman

Fr Kevin Hegarty looks back on the life and times of inspiring clergyman Canon Michael James Kilgallen

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