Guess what Mayo woman made history on this day 30 years ago?

One of the biggest – if not the biggest – shocks in Irish political history occurred on this day 30 years ago, and was caused by a Mayo native. On November 7, 1990 Mary Robinson became the first woman president...

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Levels 4 and 5: the differences between the restrictions facing the nation Monday

By Sarah Mooney Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris has said the Government will act to bring in new Covid-19 restrictions on Monday, saying that “decisive” and “nationwide” action will be taken. Mr Harris said that current Level 3 restrictions...

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Fianna Fáil just can’t find a place on the political map

Opinion, by Adrian Langan When looking for guidance as to how to find your way, the oldest joke is that...

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Green Party is out to screw motorists, blasts Mayo car dealer

Motor tax reform will see families pay up to €7,000 more for a new car, a prominent Mayo car dealer...

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Budget day is here but Calleary warns Mayo to expect very few benefits

Budget 2020 will be a budget for Covid, with little specific provisions likely for counties like Mayo a local Dail...

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Taoiseach accused of mocking Knock man’s community work

A Knock man who has arranged travel and cataract procedures for people in the north has hit out at Taoiseach...

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