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limerick / miscellaneous / feature Thursday March 26, 2009 11:09 by UL F.E.E. Campaign   text 11 comments (last - monday march 29, 2010 16:20)   image 1 image   1 attached file
Today (Thursday) there is a vote of students in UL on fees. It arose from a proposal by the chairperson of UL Fianna Fail to make students vote on what kind of fees we want – which would have assisted the Student's Union to 'lobby' for that specific type of fees, instead of fighting to defeat all forms of fees. Student opposition, including from the UL branch of F.E.E. succeeded in getting a ‘no fees’ option 4 included, which reads: “I am opposed to alternatives to exchequer-funded third level tuition fees”,

UL F.E.E. have been the only ones campaigning on the vote, with everyone else focused on the SU officers elections. F.E.E. has been calling for a clear, "No to fees" vote - putting No Fees as your 'number 1' vote and not giving any vote, even a second preference, to the other pro-fees options. read full story / add a comment
limerick / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday March 04, 2009 13:15 by CRPHS, Limerick   text 2 comments (last - wednesday march 04, 2009 13:23)   video 3 video files
The Limerick branch of the Campaign for a Real Public Health Service (CRPHS) have launched a new website, www.limerickhealth.blogspot.com, to highlight health cuts and scandals in Limerick and help build a campaign against them. read full story / add a comment
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limerick / workers issues / press release Tuesday January 13, 2009 11:09 by Socialist Party   text 25 comments (last - wednesday february 04, 2009 08:11)   image 2 images   1 attached file
“ This is not about a company that's in trouble. This is about greed, corporate greed. They're going to Poland because apparently they can make an extra 3%”
- Sacked Dell Worker (quoted in Associated Press)

Like a vulture, having ripped profit out of its workers in Limerick, Dell now wants to go exploit workers elsewhere.

Dell must not be allowed get away with this robbery. This Government can't be trusted to do anything to stop this crisis. Workers in Dell and throughout the Mid West must act to defend the 10,000 jobs at stake.

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Human Rights Activists in Atlantic Homecare
limerick / irish social forum / news report Sunday January 11, 2009 20:43 by Sean Clinton   text 23 comments (last - thursday january 22, 2009 20:09)   image 12 images   video 2 video files
On Sunday afternoon human rights activists in Limerick flash-mobbed two stores guilty of profiteering from trade with the illegitimate, delinquent Israeli state. Shoppers in Atlantic Homecare and later in Dunnes Stores stood open mouthed as a rousing chorus "Boycott Apartheid Israel" suddenly rang out across the store.

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limerick / anti-war / news report Sunday January 11, 2009 00:30 by Zoe Lawlor   text 2 comments (last - monday january 12, 2009 00:09)   image 6 images
Vigil in Solidarity with the People of Gaza read full story / add a comment
limerick / anti-war / news report Saturday January 03, 2009 15:47 by Zoe Lawlor   text 3 comments (last - saturday january 03, 2009 20:25)   image 5 images
Limerick demo in solidarity with the people of Gaza read full story / add a comment
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limerick / rights and freedoms / news report Friday December 12, 2008 09:06 by John Lannon   image 5 images
On Thursday, just after 10.30am, Limerick’s Congolese community along with Irish friends and supporters marched from Arthur’s Quay in the city centre, up O’Connell St., to O’Connell Avenue. There, a memorandum to the Irish Government and the International Community was read, calling their attention to the ongoing tragedy taking place in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It noted that over the last decade the world has allowed the deaths of 5 million people in Congo, and that in the eastern part of the country sexual abuse of women, forced recruitment of child soldiers and displacement from villages and homes are once again part of everyday life. read full story / add a comment
limerick / workers issues / feature Thursday December 11, 2008 08:37 by seedot   text 7 comments (last - wednesday january 14, 2009 09:52)   video 1 video file
On strike for 7 weeks this video, in Polish with English subtitles was filmed in Limerick two weeks ago. read full story / add a comment
limerick / history and heritage / opinion/analysis Wednesday November 26, 2008 22:22 by Jack   text 7 comments (last - monday december 01, 2008 14:14)
Why is Hidden History hiding ?

Last evening, Tuesday, 25th November, I flicked through the TV listings for something
worthwhile to watch. I came across a docudrama on RTE one at 10.15 pm. It was entitled, ‘DEATH OR CANADA’. I switched on RTE one at 10.15 and discovered that the docudrama was actually another of those terrible Hidden History programmes. I was surprised to see that it was Hidden History and though it unusual that it was not advertised as so on the TV listings. I immediately checked last Saturday’s Irish Times TV guide. The programme was listed on RTE at 10.15pm under the title DEATH OR CANADA, no mention of Hidden History. On the top of the page under the heading, TV CHOICE by David O Dwyer I see a review of the docudrama, it reads as follows. read full story / add a comment
Limerick Regeneration: Everything is "Excellent" - Mural at the gable end of Weston Gardens
limerick / rights and freedoms / press release Sunday November 02, 2008 19:01 by Cathal McCarthy   image 1 image
At last our long wait is over and a new era for Limerick city has begun, at last the Master Plan. read full story / add a comment
The ongoing degeneration of Moyross must stop!
limerick / rights and freedoms / press release Sunday November 02, 2008 18:45 by Tommy Daly   image 1 image
The Moyross Residents’ Alliance is representative of both homeowners and tenants living in Moyross and was formed to ensure that all residents have their rights upheld during the regeneration process. The local regeneration committees seem to be failing in this regard and are not representing our views. So far over 140 households are affiliated, with more joining everyday. read full story / add a comment
limerick / arts and media / opinion/analysis Thursday October 30, 2008 20:31 by Vincent Devine   text 3 comments (last - saturday november 01, 2008 04:07)
Colin Fry will be appearing in the University of Limerick Concert Hall on the 3rd and 4th of November. Tickets are currently on sale for €35. read full story / add a comment
limerick / anti-war / press release Wednesday October 29, 2008 23:39 by Zoe Lawlor   text 34 comments (last - friday april 24, 2009 16:26)
The second boat from the Free Gaza Movement reaches Gaza. Doing what the international community refuses to do. read full story / add a comment
limerick / gender and sexuality / press release Friday October 03, 2008 16:43 by RSF-Vín
Republican Sinn Fein today issued an alert to the people of Ballinacurra Weston in relation to the night time activities of a mysterious stalker who enters the bedrooms of young women. read full story / add a comment
limerick / elections / press release Tuesday September 16, 2008 17:33 by RSF-Vín   text 1 comment (last - friday september 19, 2008 17:55)
Republican Sinn Fein has selected three candidates to stand
for the local elections in Limerick city and county, a party
spokesman said today. read full story / add a comment
limerick / anti-capitalism / press release Wednesday September 03, 2008 19:52 by RSF
The Minister has made a career out of stating the obvious but this time he has surpassed himself. While he accepts that the increased fuel bills are causing concern, the Minister then states that his colleague Mary Hanafin is monitoring the impact on pensioners. In fact there is no need to monitor anything – the price rises in both gas and electricity and in the basic cost of a bag of coal are breath-taking and will force many pensioners to go without adequate warmth this winter. A bag of coal is now eighteen euro. read full story / add a comment
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limerick / anti-war / feature Friday July 25, 2008 11:18 by Ciaron   text 34 comments (last - monday august 25, 2008 06:57)   image 13 images   1 attached file
Hammers back in the hands of anti-war activists. war continues as normal in Ireland.... read full story / add a comment
Forum poster
limerick / miscellaneous / press release Friday July 18, 2008 18:21 by Cian Prendiville   text 1 comment (last - monday july 21, 2008 12:49)   image 3 images
On Thursday July 29th the HSE were presented with 5,000 signatures on petitions demanding the maintaining of A&E services in Ennis, Nenagh and St.John’s Hospitals. The Socialist Party, who collected the petitions, claim that this is only the beginning and that an active campaign must be built. Socialist Party spokesperson, Cian Prendiville said: “The HSE are unlikely to give up on their agenda of centralisation and cutbacks without a fight. Petitions can be a first step, but what is needed is for people to come along to the upcoming health forum on July 29th and use it as a launching pad for a local action group.” read full story / add a comment
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limerick / miscellaneous / press release Thursday July 10, 2008 12:31 by Cian Prendiville   image 1 image
The campaign against co-location at Limerick's Regional hospital and to save St.John’s, Ennis and Nenagh A&Es is stepping up in the next days and weeks.

- Limerick Socialist Party handing in 4,500 petitions on Thursday, July 17th.
- Campaign for a Real Public Health Service public health forum on Tuesday, July 29th
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Signs replaced on Clare St.
limerick / rights and freedoms / news report Thursday June 12, 2008 01:53 by Sean Clinton   text 23 comments (last - thursday september 03, 2009 23:16)   image 10 images
Limerick City Council claim signs erected by the Lisbon Campaign for Middle East Justice and Peace (LCMEJP) were an "incitement" The Council removed at least 5 large "No to Lisbon" referendum signs from locations around the city between the 26th May and the 11th June without informing anyone. Gardai in Henry st., Roxboro and Mary St. stations have been investigating this matter for over four weeks. The story was covered in the Limerick Leader two weeks in a row and in the Limerick Independent and the Irish Times but Council officials never thought it appropriate to contact the Gardai, LCMEJP or the printers event though contact details were on the signs. read full story / add a comment
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