Feighan’s gesture renders political satire obsolete

Dear Editor, Fine Gael TD Frank Feighan certainly renders political satire obsolete. Listening to him swaggeringly announce to the world that he intends to wear a poppy to honour those Irish that fell fighting in the British Army, I recalled...

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Author thanks all

I’d like to thank the large crowd who attended the launch of my most recent book, entitled THE CRUEL FATE OF JACK BIRCHALL. In 1829, Drumshanbo-born Jack was framed for the murder of Mr Cox, the Manager of The Arigna...

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Catholic Church being silenced

Dear Editor, The Minister for Children, Frances Fitzgerald, conveyed deliberate lies on ‘The Week in Politics’ programme recently when she...

Tuesday, 06/11/12 - 4:32pm Read More

Fed up with the drip, drip of negativity…….!

Dear Editor, These days I prefer to avoid news sources as best I can! Frankly I’m completely fed up with...

Tuesday, 06/11/12 - 4:31pm Read More

Digital TV replaces analogue TV signal

Dear Editor: As five decades of analogue TV came to an end with the click of a mouse, the digital...

Tuesday, 30/10/12 - 4:08pm Read More

Children’s Referendum –get informed about the issues

Dear Editor, I am writing to you to appeal to your readership to get informed about the issues at the...

Tuesday, 30/10/12 - 4:06pm Read More

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Children’s Rights Referendum – please Vote ‘NO’

Dear Editor, As far as I am concerned the proposed Constitutional Amendment is highly suspect because it takes power away...

Tuesday, 30/10/12 - 4:05pm Read More

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Properties sold at massive losses

Dear Editor, Regarding the massive auction article in this week’s edition, it was sad to see no mention of some...

Tuesday, 30/10/12 - 4:04pm Read More

Thanks for help with N4 Autism Run

Dear Editor I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Aislinn Gannon and Claire Cryan for giving up their...

Tuesday, 23/10/12 - 4:59pm Read More

Supporting children with autism

Dear Editor, I wish to bring attention to an anomaly in the provision of education for young children with autism....

Tuesday, 23/10/12 - 4:58pm Read More

Plight of donkeys and horses

Dear Editor We would like to bring to the attention of your readers the possible plight of a number of...

Tuesday, 23/10/12 - 4:57pm Read More

The plight of farming

Dear Editor: A National Rural Development Conference titled: “Maximising the Use of Rural Resources”and hosted by the National Rural Network...

Tuesday, 23/10/12 - 4:56pm Read More

Farmers in protest rally over funding

Dear Editor, As over 20,000 farmers marched in Dublin amid concerns about future EU and Government funding for the agricultural...

Tuesday, 16/10/12 - 4:41pm Read More

Lessons to be learned from Romania

Dear Editor When the Ceausescu regime built its massive government palace in 1984, all the Romanian officials and business leaders...

Tuesday, 16/10/12 - 4:39pm Read More

Badges and more

I come from County Cavan and am working in a parish in Tanzania, East Africa, among the different groups we...

Tuesday, 16/10/12 - 4:38pm Read More

Important to learn how to lose with dignity

Dear Editor, In the last two years my two sons have been lucky enough to be in five different county...

Tuesday, 16/10/12 - 4:35pm Read More

Cuts to child benefit on the way

Dear Editor: News that the government is to press ahead with cuts to child benefits amid protests from the opposition...

Tuesday, 09/10/12 - 5:52pm Read More

Civic offices a boost for local economy

Dear Editor The building of the civic offices in Roscommon will be a big boost to the local economy. It...

Tuesday, 09/10/12 - 5:49pm Read More

FG promise to people is binding

Dear Editor, At a time when the Government is holding a Children’s Rights Referendum, the wording of which expressly protects...

Tuesday, 09/10/12 - 5:48pm Read More

John calls it as day as GOAL Walk organiser

Dear Editor, I want to say “Thank You” to the many people who have sent on their good wishes following...

Tuesday, 02/10/12 - 2:43pm Read More