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James P Mahon

Citizen based in Sheffield, United Kingdom. Joined on Dec 9, 2011

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Europe looks to Greece

The world is watching and waiting as Greece is yet to deliver a government. If a coalition can not be formed then...
May 9, 2012 by James P Mahon - 2 comments

Sheffield Shopkeer has enough

A Sheffield shop keeper has been violently attacked by hammer-wielding thugs merely six months after being stabbed...
May 3, 2012 by James P Mahon

Britain’s Disabled Workers Speak Up

A protest in Sheffield is being held to demonstrate the issue of disabled workers being let go from factory jobs in...
Apr 20, 2012 by James P Mahon

Hunger Games and Head Hunters

Two movies are creating waves in different ways while leaving people thinking about their present and their future....
Apr 11, 2012 by James P Mahon

Hallam defeat brave Birmingham in Gaelic Football

A competent and energetic Birmingham University made the 65 mile hike to the Steel city to take on a Sheffield Gaelic...
Mar 15, 2012 by James P Mahon

Sheffield Students Speak Out on Education Cuts

Sheffield Students from both Hallam and University joined together and spoke out against the cuts to higher...
Mar 14, 2012 by James P Mahon

How To Pen A Eurovision Song: Songwriter Sharon Vaughn Speaks on Jedward

Q1, How does one go about penning a Eurovision song? I REALLY DON’T KNOW. ALL WE DID WAS WRITE THE BEST POP SONG...
Feb 27, 2012 by James P Mahon

G4S Protests from Sheffield Asylum Supporters

South Yorkshire Migration & Asylum Action Group supported by ASSIST, City of Sanctuary and others staged a...
Feb 15, 2012 by James P Mahon

TVshack, Appeal and Fight: 2012

Waiting is never easy, American poet Henry Longfellow once wrote “all things come round to him who will but...
Feb 10, 2012 by James P Mahon

An End in Sight: TvShack Richard O’Dwyer

Friday has been considered an unlucky day of the week since the Canterbury Tales in the 14th century and many...
Jan 11, 2012 by James P Mahon
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