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A "sport" that will now hopefully be weakened...
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Wednesday May 18, 2011 19:22 by Battling Bloodsports in Ireland   text 3 comments (last - thursday may 26, 2011 21:52)   image 3 images
Great news from the Commercial Court today (May 18th) re the case of Greenband Investments v Irish Coursing Club! read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Friday May 13, 2011 13:12 by Tom Stokes
Much-publicised initiatives to bring about political reform and constitutional change are a smokescreen to mask the maintenance of hegemonic control by the same privileged political class responsible for institutionalised inequality, injustice, and the destruction of our hard-won sovereignty and independence as a nation. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday May 11, 2011 12:41 by Volunteer   image 1 image   video 1 video file
This June, SpunOut.ie, Ireland’s leading online youth organisation is once again hosting its hugely popular 'Academy of Activism’ summer school. This year’s Academy will take place in Dublin between June 17th and 19th and is completely free of charge for 15 selected applicants. The weekend is aimed at young people between the ages of 18 and 25 who have a passion for social justice. It will once more, feature a jam- packed and innovative programme. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Tuesday May 10, 2011 17:41 by galway32csm
The psni/ruc will be visiting Galway Wednesday and Thursday this week as part of police sport uk on lough corrib.
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national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Monday May 09, 2011 00:44 by Truth seeker   text 2 comments (last - monday may 09, 2011 15:15)
Thoughts on the Queens visit. read full story / add a comment
Bin Laden Death Photo Update
dublin / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Thursday May 05, 2011 15:26 by Declan Cullen   text 19 comments (last - monday may 23, 2011 22:47)   image 8 images   audio 1 audio file
Please examine the attached photos that I believe was used to in relation the Bin Laden death story that was published in the Evening Herald on the 2nd of May 2011.
Do your own research and then make up your own mind about what have been told by the mainstream media. read full story / add a comment
dublin / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Thursday May 05, 2011 01:31 by Declan Cullen   text 6 comments (last - thursday may 05, 2011 11:20)   image 1 image
Dear Indymedia

In the 2nd of May 2011 edition of the Evening Herald the paper had a story about Bin Laden's death under the heading 'Taken Out". The paper ran two photos, one file photo of Bin Laden, and one photo showing a bloodied and allegedly dead Bin Laden.
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international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Wednesday May 04, 2011 13:20 by Feudal Castrato   text 7 comments (last - thursday may 05, 2011 12:33)
In 2007 Sir David Frost interviewed Benazir Bhutto prior to her death. In this interview she stated clearly that Omar Sheikh was the man that had killed Osama Bin Laden. In light of recent events further discussion of this matter is in order read full story / add a comment
Adopted Greyhound at home
international / miscellaneous / press release Thursday April 28, 2011 13:08 by GRAI   image 1 image
Press Release from The Greyhound Rescue Association of Ireland read full story / add a comment
Photographic display in Gladstone Street, Clonmel. Hare coursing lumped in with hurling
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Wednesday April 20, 2011 21:57 by True Sports Fan   image 3 images
A photographic display in a Clonmel shop window gives pride of place to the cruel sport of live hare coursing in a sports promotion... read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Thursday April 14, 2011 19:14 by Fishy
Why is this story only covered in the irish times and havnt heard or seen it anywhere all day. Are they so paranoid over these two imperialists visits that they are not even covering this. Whether it was a pure freak of an accident or anything else. Anyone shed any light on all of this read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / news report Wednesday April 13, 2011 11:58 by Laurence Cox
What can Ireland learn from Norway about how to deal with the energy multinationals and how to use natural resources for the good of all? read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Tuesday April 12, 2011 03:28 by newsmedia
Just three days ago I was savagely beaten about the head by a youth carrying an extended metal hospital crutch. Carrying a metal crutch not because he needed it, but because it was a weapon. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Monday April 11, 2011 11:10 by Volunteer   image 1 image
This coming Wednesday, April 13th, two thousand people will gather in Dublin’s Citywest Hotel for the sold-out POSSIBILITIES 2011 civic summit. POSSIBILITIES is organised by three Irish non-profit organisations: Afri, Children in Crossfire and SpunOut.ie and aims to inspire people, young and old, to become vocal and active in transforming our country and our planet for the better. The event will be attended by the exiled and soon to retire Tibetan leader, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, who accepted a personal invitation to come to Ireland from his close friend, Derry man Richard Moore. Richard was blinded by a rubber bullet at the age of 10, and went on to seek out and befriend the British soldier who shot him. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / press release Friday April 08, 2011 11:54 by Laurence Cox   text 3 comments (last - saturday april 09, 2011 12:02)
Expresses outrage and calls for international inquiry read full story / add a comment
One of the two campaigners shortly before being arrested
national / miscellaneous / feature Tuesday April 05, 2011 09:24 by Rossport Solidarity Camp   text 62 comments (last - wednesday april 20, 2011 15:14)   image 5 images   video 1 video file   audio 2 audio files
Gardaí in Co Mayo have been recorded talking about threatening to rape a woman in their custody. The Gardaí, including a Sergeant, have been prominent in policing protests against Shell’s inland gas refinery. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Monday April 04, 2011 20:13 by Mickey   text 5 comments (last - wednesday april 06, 2011 16:51)
The last few days has seen a rush to be seen in the cameras condemning the actions that took place in Omagh on Saturday 2nd April. What is the point of all this hot air and rhetoric other than to boost the egos of those who are making the utterences. The death of anyone is a sad occasion, the sudden death of a loved one is devastating. Make no mistake this was a tragedy in Omagh. It is a tragedy because no-one has learned the lessons of the past. read full story / add a comment
Rainbow marks the spot
mayo / miscellaneous / news report Monday April 04, 2011 00:58 by RSC   text 3 comments (last - monday april 04, 2011 15:29)   image 6 images
Yesterday afternoon, Shell security personnel watched helplessly from their compound as Shell to Sea supporters overturned bog tracks that were laid to enable heavy machinery to build the next stage of the Corrib gas pipeline.

Since Tuesday Shell has been trying to work on this most controversial part of their project, despite the fact that a judicial review of the Bord Pleanala permission for it is due this week. The campaigners from all over the country displaced more than 30ft of bog tracks.


FOR VERIFICATION AND COMMENT – CONTACT: Rossport Solidarity Camp – 085 114 1170
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mayo / miscellaneous / feature Tuesday March 29, 2011 21:31 by míol mór   text 3 comments (last - saturday april 02, 2011 20:41)   image 4 images
Come up straight away or join us for the Days of Action this Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd April. Accomodation & food provided, donations welcome. email or txt 0851141170 for details.

The injustice faced by the community here is symbolic of the corruption and problems faced by people all over Ireland. read full story / add a comment
international / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Tuesday March 29, 2011 10:54 by Arthur Óg Rimbaud   text 1 comment (last - tuesday march 29, 2011 16:49)
As society tears itself apart and reactionary forces come to the fore, well organised and confident of success. The left, the anti-authoritarians, the radicals and alternatives are in utter disarray. The only glimpse of light in the darkness of a seemingly overwhelming anti-liberation tsunami has been the acts of publicised resistance by the Anarchists in London and Greece. Although more spectactular pantomime for televison consumers. The mega machine of oppression remains intact and the negativity it creates in the human mind becomes overwhelming. read full story / add a comment
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