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national / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Wednesday November 08, 2006 23:42 by Hanshiro
Two proposed amendments to the Irish Constitution were announced by Barnardos at a press conference on Monday 6th November 2006. In an apparent gesture of official support for the measure, Finance Minister Brian Cowen headlined the presentation. In a press release on their website (http://www.barnardos.ie/news132.htm), Barnardos detailed the proposals announced at the press conference. read full story / add a comment
dublin / arts and media / press release Thursday October 26, 2006 23:58 by The Cotillions
Press release for new exhibition by contemporary art collective Cotillion to be held at Cornucopia Vegetarian Restaraunt, 19 Wicklow St, from November 5th to December 2nd 2006. read full story / add a comment
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dublin / history and heritage / press release Tuesday October 24, 2006 10:47 by admin   image 2 images
TaraWatch is pleased to announce that the Tara Lecture Series at the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (RSAI) will commence on Saturday 28th October. read full story / add a comment
national / history and heritage / press release Saturday October 07, 2006 11:34 by Geraldine Moorkens Byrne   text 22 comments (last - tuesday october 17, 2006 00:30)
new site http://www.tuathadedannan.org/ has been set up as a
nuetral resource centre to provide a space for groups to exchange
information, news, ask for volunteers or help and publicise events,
and for individuals looking for ways to get involved. read full story / add a comment
national / environment / press release Tuesday September 26, 2006 00:14 by Save Tara Valley
A demonstration against the proposed M3 motorway route through the national monument of the Tara Skryne Valley is to be held in Navan on Saturday, 4^th November, starting at 3pm. read full story / add a comment
meath / history and heritage / press release Thursday September 07, 2006 22:27 by Helen Rose   text 1 comment (last - friday september 08, 2006 03:13)
Vigil Keepers have been asked to leave the Hill of Tara read full story / add a comment
national / environment / press release Thursday August 10, 2006 01:54 by Andrew McGrath   text 1 comment (last - saturday august 12, 2006 23:57)
Response to the Cassells Report and Shell's apparent intention to move the Corrib gas pipeline read full story / add a comment
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national / history and heritage / press release Tuesday July 25, 2006 17:29 by Siobhan Rice   image 1 image
The ruling in today’s third Supreme Court decision in the Carrickmines Castle saga has left the door open for a full constitutional challenge to the National Monuments Act 2004, as a whole, which will be heard by the Supreme Court in relation to the Hill of Tara and the M3 motorway on October 11. read full story / add a comment
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national / history and heritage / press release Monday July 24, 2006 21:18 by Siobhan Rice   text 3 comments (last - tuesday july 25, 2006 14:09)   image 1 image
The Supreme Court will deliver its third judgment tomorrow morning at 10.45AM in the Carrickmines Castle/M50 saga, and the decision will have a major impact on the Hill of Tara/M3 case now being appealed to the Supreme Court. A date of October 11 has been set for that Appeal. read full story / add a comment
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international / history and heritage / press release Saturday July 15, 2006 12:26 by Siobhan Rice - Political Affairs Officer   text 2 comments (last - sunday july 16, 2006 18:24)   image 4 images
The Solidarity camp is an independent, democratic, non-hierarchical group. TaraWatch met with members on the Hill of Tara yesterday. We were asked to send out a universal call for support and issue a statement, on their behalf.

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national / environment / press release Friday July 14, 2006 22:52 by Dr Liam Leonard
This week sees the release of Green Nation: the Irish Environmental Movement from Carnsore Point to the Rossport 5 by Dr Liam Leonard of NUIG. The book places Irish environmental campaigns in the context of a populist 'rural sentiment' which communities under threat from infrastructural projects draw on to mobilise territorial dissent. read full story / add a comment
national / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Thursday July 13, 2006 22:01 by tracey   text 40 comments (last - monday july 17, 2006 20:41)   image 10 images
Protest camps in Bantry and the Hill of Tara urgently need help and support read full story / add a comment
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meath / environment / press release Monday July 10, 2006 13:36 by Muireann Ni Bhrolchain   text 38 comments (last - wednesday august 09, 2006 00:25)   image 2 images
Despite Minister Roche's assurances, the planning permissions are beginning in the Gabhra Valley, right in the middle beside the proposed interchange. Who said the Valley would not be swallowed up by development and the road hasn't even started yet.
Everyone can object to this. read full story / add a comment
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national / history and heritage / press release Saturday July 08, 2006 13:51 by Siobhan Rice, PRO   image 1 image
TaraWatch, the group campaigning to save the Tara archaeological complex, has made a decision shelve pland to join other protesting groups in setting up a political to run in the 2007 general election.
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dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Thursday July 06, 2006 09:57 by Siobhan   image 1 image
A demonstration will take place on Kildare Street, outside the houses of the Oireachtas, at 10.00 AM this morning, Thursday July 6th. read full story / add a comment
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national / environment / press release Thursday June 29, 2006 17:42 by secretary@tarawatch.org   image 1 image
The setting of a hearing date in the Hill of Tara / M3 motorway case was postponed today by the Chief Justice, the Hon. Mr. Justice John Murray. He said he will set a hearing date after written submissions were received by Respondents, The Attorney General, The Minister for the Environment, Meath County Council, and the National Roads Authority, due on 24th July. read full story / add a comment
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dublin / history and heritage / press release Thursday June 29, 2006 07:29 by secretary@tarawatch.org   image 1 image
The first appearance before the Supreme Court for the Hill of Tara / M3 motorway case will take place Thursday, 29th June, at 11.00AM. read full story / add a comment
meath / history and heritage / press release Saturday June 03, 2006 03:06 by Con Connor   text 15 comments (last - friday march 21, 2008 18:47)   image 2 images
On Saturday, the 13th of May 2006, the day of the Full Moon of Beltine, the Opus Dei Lismullin Institute charged E50 to hear an all day talk about Opus Dei's plans for our Celtic Heritage. Opus Dei's Lismullin Institute in the high valley of the Royal City of Celtic Tara (supported by the state funded Heritage Council) managed to keep everyone silent about the 'problem'. No one was allowed to mention the 'M' word (M3 dual toll road motorway) as there was a dictate (in their promotion) that - "The cut off at 2000 AD is chosen to exclude discussion of the proposed route of the M3 Motorway and to leave more time for learning about the history and traditions associated with the Valley". Those who force this toll road have an agenda that restricts free speech. read full story / add a comment
meath / history and heritage / press release Saturday June 03, 2006 02:58 by Con Connor   text 30 comments (last - friday july 28, 2006 02:13)   image 3 images
Edain Echraidhe is her Gaelic name; her home is the high valley between the hills of Tara and Skryne in the Royal City of Celtic Ireland. This high valley holds a sacred stream called the Gabhra (pronounced gow-ra), which means the white mare. The Gabhra Valley was free range for the White Mare of our Celtic ancestors who came from northern Spain. In Cymru (Wales), she is called Rhiannon, and the Celts of Gaul (France) called her Epona and in a chalk hill in Oxford (England) many people today say that the giant image of the Uffington Horse is a Celtic Horse Goddess. read full story / add a comment
international / environment / press release Tuesday May 09, 2006 22:46 by Michael O'Callaghan   text 11 comments (last - sunday may 28, 2006 04:55)   image 2 images
Meath County Council last night unanimously passed two motions that are widely expected to force the world’s largest chemicals company BASF to abandon a controversial experiment with patented genetically modified (GMO) potatoes which it hoped to launch in the area this week. read full story / add a comment
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