no events posted in last week
August Socialist Voice is Out Now! 10:23 Aug 21 0 comments
Vol 2 Issue 21 of New LookLeft magazine in shops now! 23:56 May 28 0 comments
Media Condemn Presidential Insult but Not Austerity 00:22 Feb 02 0 comments
It's a Wonderful Life 12:31 Dec 24 1 comments
From Broadsheet.ie: Dublin Exchange Social Centre to close for three months 22:29 Feb 07 0 commentsmore >>
Macron Prepares New Totalitarian Law Tue Nov 24, 2020 05:07 | Anthony Torres
The New York Times Looking for Chief Mor... Mon Nov 23, 2020 18:06 | Paul Robinson
Biden to Name Russia Hoaxer, CNN Analyst... Mon Nov 23, 2020 12:00 | Joel B. Pollak
Sweden Spent 15 Years Accusing Russia of... Mon Nov 23, 2020 11:00 | James Felton
Relationships With Others Are Not Option... Mon Nov 23, 2020 09:53 | David Baird
Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005
A Woulfe in judges clothing Anthony
Irish Examiner bias Anthony
The Party and the Ballot Box Sun Jul 14, 2019 22:24 | Gavin Mendel-Gleason
On The Decline and Fall of The American Empire and Socialism Sat Jan 26, 2019 01:52 | S. Duncan
What is Dogmatism and Why Does It Matter? Wed Mar 21, 2018 08:10 | Sylvia Smith
The Case of Comrade Dallas Mon Mar 19, 2018 19:44 | Sylvia Smith
Review: Do Religions Evolve? Mon Aug 14, 2017 19:54 | Dara McHugh
international / arts and media / news report Sunday January 24, 2010 23:11 by Paul Treacy 1 comment (last - monday january 25, 2010 10:01)
Following a series of high profile detentions under s44 of the terrorism act including 7 armed police detaining an award winning architectural photographer in the City of London, the arrest of a press photographer covering campaigning santas at City Airport and the stop and search of a BBC photographer at St Pauls Cathedral and many others. PHNAT feels now is the time for a mass turnout of Photographers, professional and amateur to defend our rights and stop the abuse of the terror laws. read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / opinion/analysis Sunday January 24, 2010 16:30 by moray bersnihan 1 image
A series of features examining the background to the creation and development of mutant space.ie, an alternative Irish arts resource. The resource is set up to function as a co-op that works on the gift economy principle. In other words rather than use money in exchange for resources members use their own skills and resources as an alternative form of economic exchange.
Mutant space is open to everybody and anybody and does not differentiate between the artist and non-artist, professional or amateur, it is about supporting people who have ideas but not the resources to realise them read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / news report Friday January 22, 2010 01:13 by M 50 5 comments (last - sunday january 24, 2010 15:35) 1 image
After he allegations that he had been having an extra marital affair with Waterford PR executive Monica Leech, Martin Cullen said some of his colleagues did not want to be associated with him. The former Progressive Democrat and current Fianna Fáil TD claimed that that his children had been subject to bullying and
He said he had felt like running down Kildare Street shouting: 'I am innocent. I am innocent'. He described the experience as being like 'waking up every day and being raped'.
Monica Leech received a payment of 1.9 million euro from a newspaper in libel damages after remarks made on RTE about her relationship with Cullen were repeated in print. RTE settled with her for a payment of €250,000. The Minister lodged proceedings separately but has not yet acted on them. By contrast, the average payment from the redress board (which was to compensate people for, in some cases, literally being raped every day) was €60,000. read full story / add a comment
Michael Collins’ most ardent admirers will gather in Wynn’s Hotel, Dublin, on Wednesday February 3 (7.00pm) to launch the national fund for the Michael Collins Documentary: ‘Path To Freedom’. read full story / add a comment
dublin / arts and media / news report Friday January 08, 2010 16:46 by DCTV 1 comment (last - friday january 08, 2010 17:42) 1 video file
Over the past week we’ve moved forward light years ahead in terms of our capability to deliver information on our programming. As well as our monthly schedules that detail the content and play out times of our programme blocks, we now offer a daily schedule which breaks down and provides exact information on all our programming. On this page you’ll also find links to online versions of our programming and more information where it is available.
Monthly schedule: http://www.dctv.ie/main/?page_id=75
Daily schedule: http://www.dctv.ie/main/?page_id=1349
read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / press release Tuesday January 05, 2010 11:48 by Fred Johnston 1 comment (last - tuesday january 05, 2010 17:56) 2 images
The third Forge at Gort literature festival at the town of Gort, Co. Galway, is due to take place at the end of March. The festival celebrates the presence of W.B.Yeats, the forge from which he drew materials to reconstruct Thoor Ballylee, and the significance of this town in the Irish Literary renaissance. It is no secret that arts' organisations throughout the country have suffered from Arts Council budget cuts. read full story / add a comment
You can download the schedule for January 2010 in PDF format at the link below.
We have also developed a special page where you can view the exact
timing of what is on each day here.
Please allow us a day or two to get this working once we announce our
schedule every month.
A quick note on our scheduling: DCTV broadcasts in blocks of
programming. Look at each of the blocks like a strand of festival
programming in a cinema. Identify a programme you want to watch, see
what time and day the block it is in plays out and watch it as it
loops through out the month.
See the full schedule online over here: http://www.dctv.ie/main/?p=1362 read full story / add a comment
international / arts and media / news report Saturday January 02, 2010 18:34 by John Hurson 1 comment (last - sunday january 03, 2010 15:16)
Latest report on the Irish Humanitarian Delegation travelling to Gaza with the "Viva Palestina Convoy" read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / news report Monday December 28, 2009 13:08 by Paula Geraghty 1 video file
Hanley and Millar's Paradise Lost read full story / add a comment
dublin / arts and media / news report Friday December 18, 2009 01:24 by Darren J. Prior/Mac an Phriora 1 comment (last - friday december 18, 2009 01:41) 2 images
www.nearpodcast.org read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / news report Thursday December 10, 2009 23:19 by Darren J. Prior/Mac an Phríora 2 images
www.near.ie read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / news report Wednesday December 09, 2009 10:48 by Andrew 3 comments (last - saturday february 06, 2010 15:45) 6 images 2 audio files
Today will see the greatest budget attack on workers in Ireland in a couple of decades with services and pay being slashed. Many unions and other organisations have called protests outside the Dail from the early morning to the late evening. WSM members will be taking part in these protests throughout the day and providing live updates, photos and video from them via our twitter account. During the 24th Novemeber strike we provided 70 updates from the picket lines throughout the day using this method. read full story / add a comment
A project top have three Irish-language poets give their impressions of Galway, sponsored by one of a series of awards from Bus Éireann and Foras Na Gaeilge is launched in Galway City Museum read full story / add a comment
national / arts and media / news report Thursday December 03, 2009 19:47 by Darren J. Prior/Mac an Phríora 3 images
www.near.ie read full story / add a comment
The Galway-based Western Writers' Centre - Ionad Scríbhneoirí Chaitlín Maude - is hoping to create a literary link between Brittany and Galway. read full story / add a comment
The December Schedule from DCTV is here. Read on below for some highlights.
read full story / add a comment
international / arts and media / news report Thursday November 26, 2009 23:38 by ERS 13 comments (last - sunday december 19, 2010 12:07) 20 images 2 audio files
RTÉ Primetime Investigates next Thursday is a special on the death of Michael Dwyer.
Dwyer worked for Shell as a security guard in Mayo last year, and while there, made contact with extremists from right-wing militia groups. He joined with a number of these men and spent time in Bolivia, where after an investigation he was killed when police stormed his hotel room. It will be interesting to see what spin RTE will place on the events in Bolivia and Ireland. read full story / add a comment
international / arts and media / feature Saturday November 21, 2009 10:49 by Paula Geraghty 4 comments (last - sunday november 22, 2009 13:31) 22 images
The 21st of November marks the United Nations ‘World television Day’.
Television can be a tremendous force for good. It can educate great numbers of people about the world around them. It can show us how much we have in common with our neighbours, near and far. And, it can shed light on the dark corners, where ignorance and hatred fester.
The television industry is also in a unique position to promote mutual understanding and tolerance -– with content that tells the stories not just about the powerful, but about the powerless, and not just about life in the world’s richest pockets, but also in the developing countries that are home to the majority of the world’s population’. read full story / add a comment
international / arts and media / news report Friday November 20, 2009 16:03 by ADM Delegate 4 comments (last - tuesday november 24, 2009 11:20)
The national Union of Journalists have voted to support Indymedia. read full story / add a comment
FCTV is a new station for the Fingal area that is currently airing on the web at www.fctv.ie until such time as their broadcast licence is obtained. The aim of FCTV is to provide high quality community based programming of which is of interest to the people of Fingal. FCTV will look to showcase Fingal talent, events, businesses and anything that is of interest to the people it serves. read full story / add a comment
Tue May 02, 2017 01:55 UK Indymedia Features
UK Indymedia : 1999 - 2016 Fri Apr 28, 2017 19:19 | IMC UK | en
Build gardens not prisons Tue Sep 08, 2015 17:53 | anon | en
Maximus: Same Circus, Different Clowns Thu Mar 05, 2015 21:42 | solidarity collective | en
Police serve Bytemark with production order for Bristol Indymedia information Mon Sep 01, 2014 19:58 | UK Indymedia | en
Police action against Bristol Indymedia Thu Aug 28, 2014 17:27 | UK Indymedia | en