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Flexibility needed over GAA rules

While the GAA is plainly entitled to insist that its facilities are primarily used for Gaelic games, the high profile dispute which has arisen in Co Donegal again indicates an unfortunate lack of flexibility in the association’s rules.

Trump can never be a normal president

The `special relationship’ is the unofficial term frequently used to described the close political, economic and historic ties which have always existed between the US and the UK.

Praise for firefighters who tackle serious gorse fires

While the record breaking temperatures have been a welcome bonus for people enjoying a break over the Easter period, the warm and dry weather has unfortunately also brought additional problems for our firefighters who have had to deal with major gorse fires.

Union falls way below par on people’s list of importance

After the latest series of defeats suffered by the British prime minister in the House –  where her supposed partners-in-arms voted or abstained against all amendments to her propositions for leaving Europe – Theresa May without a hint or an utterance to those same partners turned and reached out to her nemesis in the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn to try and reach a consensus out of the quagmire she has landed herself in.

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