Thursday February 27, 2020

Under pressure

A pot full of tea, mugs and a packet of iced teacakes are laid out on the kitchen table in Mary Corduff 's house, ready for whoever comes through the back door.

27th August, 2005

A pot full of tea, mugs and a packet of iced teacakes are laid out on the kitchen table in Mary Corduff 's house, ready for whoever comes through the back door. And there has been no shortage of callers to her Rossport home since her husband, Willie, went into Cloverhill prison along with four neighbours for obstructing exploration giant Shell's building of a high-pressure gas pipeline alongside their land.

The Corduff house is the...

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