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Remembering the positive political impact of John Hume as COVID-19 concerns remain

I know that last week I struck a positive note, thinking that maybe we were out of the worst of the coronavirus.

Pandemic puts paid to talk of Brexit

Hello to all the readers of this fine newspaper, which has kept going despite the difficulties we are all encountering.

COVID-19 places USA's moral and economic shortcomings in high relief

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While COVID-19 has taken centre-stage here in Ireland - including shaping debate about Government formation - and there has been a sense of collective effort by all aspects of our polity, other countries, like the USA, have a rather different dynamic.

Detrimental impact of coronavirus as country still awaits formation of Government

I hope you all survived Storm Jorge. Apparently, the ‘J’ and the ‘g’ are pronounced as ‘h’ so just to make it easy we will call it Storm George.

Winds of political change blow strong as Trump survives impeachment proceedings

All changed, changed utterly,

Galway Romanians go to the polls in city this weekend

The Romanian community in Galway and surroundings areas are expected to go to the polls this weekend in the city’s Ardilaun Hotel to cast their votes to elect the next president of Romania.

New Hospice facility opened in Castlebar

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The official opening of the new 14 bed Mayo Roscommon Hospice Facility in Castlebar was carried out by Minister for Health Simon Harris last Friday.

Galway Film Fleadh unveils 2019 programme

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AFTER A dreary, wet, and windy June, summer and sunshine finally combined to greet the programme launch of the 2019 Galway Film Fleadh on Tuesday evening at the Galmont Hotel.

Who will be returned as MEPs for Midlands-North-West?

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Former tánaiste Michael McDowell recently described the European elections as a mad dash where household names strive to become household names. There is more than an element of truth to this; high profile politicians such as Gerry Collins, Jim Higgins, and Brian Hayes went largely off the radar after relocating to Brussels.

The trauma of the onlooker

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We are all suffering from it, yet we may not notice. There is a fatigue around that is engaging us; that is holding us in its grasp. A sort of voyeuristic urge to look on aghast at what is happening in the two countries which perhaps have influenced us the most over the past few centuries. This morning, we wake up to more news of Brexit, as we slide inexorably towards that date at the end of the month.

 

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