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Growing old with Grace

George Hook on the unwritten rules that should be adhered to if one wishes to grow old gracefully

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Time for Senate reform is now

The Government needs to act now on Senate reform, writes Fr Kevin Hegarty

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Hillary hits the road for the White House … again

Áine Ryan on Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the US Presidency, her policies and her appeal to a key US demographic

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The day Wini sang The Red River Valley

Willie McHugh pays tribute to a lifelong friend, Wini Joyce (nee Moran), who recently passed away

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Another final key turning in Ballinrobe

Next Friday evening, staff at Ballinrobe’s Ulster Bank will balance the ledgers for the last time.

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The voice of Cong is alive and well

There’s something for everyone in the current Cunga magazine. Willie McHugh takes a look at a year in the life of Cong.

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The Loughneys of Killala and Paris

This week our columnist Willie McHugh goes well beyond South Mayo … and ends up in Paris.

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A night at Conor Mortimer’s book launch

In his South of the Border column, Willie McHugh reflects on launch of a book from former Mayo footballer Conor Mortimer.

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Bridgie served Glencorrib well

COLUMN  In his South of the Border column, Willie McHugh reflects on the kind of place Mayo was when the local village shop was at the heart of a community.

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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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