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Recalling Martian invasion and the skils of Prila-Loof

Country Living with Francis Farragher THOSE of us who earn our daily bread from putting words together in the form...

Don’t feel even a smidgen of guilt if we do get a fine week!

Country Living with Francis Farragher ONE shouldn’t really get too hot under the collar when listening to the news...

Nanny’s not that bad but she needs to be kept in her place

Country Living with Francis Farragher WE all have our problems in life, some of them big and others well . . . not...

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A little plea from the heart just just ‘to keep it down a little bit’

Country Living with Francis Farragher If you look up the definition of the word curmudgeon in the Collins dictionary [alas now on the desktop ra...

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Maybe the time has come to stop torturing our own people

Country Living with Francis Farragher ELECTION count locations are unusual places to be: late nights, frenzied calculations, moments of elation ...

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Look back to an era when voting changed our history

Country Living with Francis Farragher It’s a recognised phrase now in the Collins Dictionary – the grey vote – and alas with the passing of time...

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Only wish is for some blue skies and shafts of sunlight

Country Living with Francis Farragher A couple of weeks back I was having a chat with a farming acquaintance when the sun had more of a presence...

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Time has come to stop the slaughter of the innocents

Country Living with Francis Farragher It’s highly unlikely to be a trip I’ll ever make again but back in the late 1980s a first-ever sun holiday...

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Why won’t they allow grumpy old men to do their own thing

Country Living with Francis Farragher While they mightn’t be any signs from God, there are by now a series of little hints or clues that the day...


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