A story about how an island fisherman is keeping up a tradition going back centuries gives a glimpse of how different island life can be especially at Christmas time. Malachy Beatty supplies wrasse to the islanders of Inis Mor. The ultimate island ritual is to eat the fish salted on Christmas eve. The full story by Amy Rose Harte was published last Sunday in the Sunday Business Post here.
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