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Knock passenger numbers bode well for the future

The latest figures released by Ireland West Airport Knock show that the airport is busier than ever and hopes to enjoy its most successful year to date

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Ballinrobe and the Great War

John Healy recounts how a large number of young men from Ballinrobe were enlisted to fight with the British Army in World War One

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Falling hook, line and sinker

Aine Ryan has a new hard-hitting column but in her first instalment she is taking a more relaxed tone, as it is the ‘silly season’ after all!

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Jackie Monaghan served the call of courage and love

Fr Kevin Hegarty pays tribute to an inspirational Belmullet mother who sadly passed away, aged just 33 years

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Obama’s bleak political legacy

In the second of his exclusive columns in The Mayo News, George Hook wonders how the career of iconic American President, Barack Obama, will be viewed in years to come

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Moving forward with a modern Mayo

This week marks another chapter in the long history of The Mayo News as we produce a newly redesigned version of our compact newspaper.

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Lord Altamont’s legal legacy

John Healy feels Lord Jeremy Altamont will also be remembered in judicial circles along with his tourism legacy

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At home in Mayo is where the heart remains

Anne-Marie Flynn hasn’t lived in Mayo for many years but she still believes there’s no place like home

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The Israeli carnage in Gaza must stop

Liamy McNally feels it is time western leaders interjected to stop the indiscriminate killings of young children in Gaza

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There is no easy way forward

In the first of his exclusive columns in The Mayo News, George Hook wonders, among other things, why the Government are ignoring the ticking time bomb that is an aging popualtion

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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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