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national / animal rights / event notice Monday August 27, 2012 22:13 by Martin O'Sullivan   text 3 comments (last - tuesday august 28, 2012 21:09)   image 2 images
The Vegetarian Society of Ireland are holding a festival to mark World Vegetarian Day 2012 and we hope you will come along for the celebration. We'll have plenty of stalls in the main hall with a focus on: food, animal rights, environmental, booksellers, etc. There shall also be plenty talks lined up too.

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Far less hare coursing clubs now than in 1935...
international / animal rights / opinion/analysis Friday August 24, 2012 13:20 by Friend of the Irish Hare   text 1 comment (last - friday august 24, 2012 13:54)   image 4 images
Live hare coursing apologists claim that their “sport” is thriving in Ireland. In fact, it has been in decline for many years... read full story / add a comment
ARAN's 'All-Ireland March and Rally Against Cruelty to Animals' 2012
dublin / animal rights / event notice Friday August 24, 2012 12:22 by ARAN   text 1 comment (last - friday august 24, 2012 16:52)   image 1 image   video 1 video file
There is no mistaking the fact that cruelty to animals in Ireland is on the rise. Irish laws to protect animals have failed animals and the work to end animal abuse is down to caring individuals and groups like ARAN. People across the nation are against the cruelty but doing something about is often where the buck stops for many people. On August 26 we are giving people from across the nation and beyond, a chance to take action. Don't miss ARAN's big, peaceful march and rally in Dublin. We'll gather at the Garden of Remembrance on O' Connell Street for speeches and awards before setting off on a special route through Dublin's busiest streets for a peaceful, lively and upbeat march to call for tougher laws to stamp out animal abuse, and to raise awareness of what's happening to animals in this country. read full story / add a comment
Gentle hares...netted, injected, ear tagged,terrorised, hurt and killed for fun.
limerick / animal rights / opinion/analysis Tuesday July 24, 2012 22:00 by Bernie Wright   text 3 comments (last - thursday july 26, 2012 21:22)   image 4 images
Regarding Information about a coursing field that causes many hare casualties.

A Coursing supporter rang us today relaying a dispute in the ICC and Limerick Coursing Club as follows.

We received a call today from a disgruntled and annoyed Coursing supporter who was concerned about limerick Race track being used as a coursing venue. He must have ran out of options to resolve this scenario if he rang us.

We already knew that the Irish Coursing Club had decided last month to move the “Irish Cup” hare coursing event from Limerick Racecourse owing to its unsuitability as a coursing venue.
There is however a meeting this week of top coursing people on Thursday, July 26th,at the Horse and Jockey Pub? We are told ‘at which very powerful people within the greyhound industry will be pressing for a reversal of the ICC’s decision to move the “Irish Cup” event from Limerick Racecourse’.

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dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 16:04 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 15:06 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 14:59 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 14:50 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 14:26 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 14:25 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 13:54 by ALiberation   text 5 comments (last - thursday july 26, 2012 22:37)   image 1 image
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 19, 2012 13:52 by ALiberation
ALiberation have held demonstrations to ban the use of animals in circuses and to highlight that Dublin City Council land is used since last Saturday and will continue to do so till the circus leaves on the 22nd July.

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dublin / animal rights / event notice Thursday July 05, 2012 15:57 by ALib   text 2 comments (last - thursday august 02, 2012 14:13)   image 1 image
The Movie Bold Native is coming back to Dublin on the 4th Aug for another screening by ALiberation. Also Animal Rights activists will hold a Q&A session along with delicious vegan food and an afterparty run by DJ Mister Kruk. read full story / add a comment
Live Hare Coursing: Sponsored by JP McManus
international / animal rights / opinion/analysis Tuesday July 03, 2012 19:11 by Association of Hunt Saboteurs   text 4 comments (last - monday january 29, 2018 17:24)   image 6 images
SPONSORSHIP OF LIVE HARE COURSING IN IRELAND

The multi-millionaire JP MC MANUS is sponsor of the annual Irish cup event, usually held in Co Limerick every Year. The Limerick coursing Club have recently lost their usual venue at the Limerick race track for next year and we now have an opportunity to lobby the sponsors. If sponsorship is pulled in this case it will be a serious blow to the Irish coursing club and help to end this blood sport once and for all.

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Greyhounds close in on another hare...
national / animal rights / press release Saturday June 30, 2012 06:44 by Protecting the Irish Hare   image 3 images
A campaign targeting financial sponsorship of hare coursing in Ireland commences later this week. Without such funding, this cruel activity could not continue. read full story / add a comment
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dublin / animal rights / event notice Friday June 29, 2012 16:09 by ARAN   text 1 comment (last - tuesday july 03, 2012 00:48)   image 1 image   video 1 video file
There is a growing trend of cruelty to animals in Ireland. Irish legislation has failed and continues to fail animals in this country. On Sunday, August 26th 2012 at 1pm Sharp meeting at the Garden of Remembrance, hundreds of compassionate and caring people and other respected groups will join together to peacefully march through Dublin's City centre for a lively and upbeat protest calling for tougher laws to stamp out animal abuse and to recognise animals as sentient beings. Looking away or leaving it to someone else is not an option, and will only prolong animal abuse. read full story / add a comment
A flees in terror an Irish coursing event
international / animal rights / opinion/analysis Friday June 22, 2012 19:34 by Ban Hare Coursing   image 2 images
The horrific practice of live hare coursing in Ireland is kept alive by THREE main financial sponsors:

One of them is County Louth-based betting company, Boylesports.

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Seal killings- due to mans ggreed.
national / animal rights / press release Wednesday June 13, 2012 18:47 by Bernie Wright   text 4 comments (last - wednesday june 13, 2012 21:59)   image 1 image
We strongly condemn Fine GAEL Councellor Seosamh O Laoi’s claims that the west coast seal population needs to be culled [to protect the fishery industry]. In reality, the decline in fish stocks is due to over over-fishing by the very industry he is involved in.
This man, who is himself involved in aquaculture - said that representatives of the fishing organisations should sit down with the relevant experts and work out a culling strategy. He also reminisces to olden days where fishermen carried guns in their boats, and "kept the place clean." read full story / add a comment
national / animal rights / opinion/analysis Thursday May 31, 2012 10:10 by Bernie .Wright   text 7 comments (last - wednesday june 06, 2012 12:07)   image 2 images   video 1 video file
COCK FIGHTING IN IRELAND: INFORMATION NEEDED
The AOHS has received information that a Cock fighting event will be held in Ireland this coming Saturday, 2nd June 2012. We were told that it will be organised by some of the Travelling Community. It is apparently well known by blood sports enthusiasts in the area.
The area is Tipperary/ Waterford, near the border. The alleged event we are told is apparently to be put on utube.
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Hare coursing: Being kept alive by financial sponsorship
international / animal rights / opinion/analysis Monday May 28, 2012 11:17 by Ban Hare Coursing in Ireland   image 3 images
We wonder if you could help us win a crucial battle in the ongoing campaign against cruel hare coursing in Ireland.

As the campaign to persuade the Irish government to ban hare coursing continues, financial sponsorship is keeping this horrific practise alive.
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