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Unless the muscle of the US and its government can be turned around and Obama starts listening to his emissary George Mitchell and to a lesser degree Ms Clinton there will be no real change either in Gaza , the border crossings or any hope of Israeli compliance with International Justice and humanity.
Neither can any advancement towards a 2 state solution be even conceived until the Israelis agree to Jerusalem being the Capital City for both Israel and Palestine. read full story / add a comment
galway / worker & community struggles and protests / opinion/analysis Sunday January 17, 2010 11:51 by donkylemore 3 comments (last - sunday january 17, 2010 23:06) 1 image
Privileged officers of the State getting generous pensions, having taken an oath to the State or to their profession have chosen to go on strike in a wave of rolling industrial actions which set out to subvert some of the most essential services in the State.
In other circumstances this would be deemed sedition .
Should legal rather than disciplinary action be taken against members of both groups if is is suspected that they are in breach of their contracts? read full story / add a comment
where to the Greens now . the party of probity and ethical standards in high places
will they seek to have Lowry removed or will they continue to linger on in power with FF with Lowry's guarantee to follow the govt. whip/ read full story / add a comment
On the 61st anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. - (UDHR)
I quote Oscar wilde more than all the others; he more than anyone would have appreciated
this charter . It is just that it is not binding .it is not a law. It is aspirational ; but it is
inspirational . You don’t need to read it through. The language is turgid in places. Its meant to
endure . After 60 years the wording may seem esoteric .but if you re read it , ask yourself ;
how else could this be written to relate to all society.
I believe it is written for all the children of the womb of the Universe .
But , I will confess that I quote Oscar not only because he is one of the most quoted people in
the history of English language .
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While we all agonise about whether our Industry , Agriculture , and all Human activity and endeavour may be responsible for Climate Change
there is a theory that cosmic radiation could be responsible for inordinate cloud cover - both Global warming and cooling may be explained by the formation of cloud cover due to solar wind particles which gather about them clouds.
Maybe its a cop out . But Maybe not read full story / add a comment
Weather cancelled the previous outing - now we're set to go again on February 7th. Mary O'Sullivan and Clare Sawtell provide the music. Admission is free. read full story / add a comment
galway / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Sunday January 03, 2010 16:25 by Niamh M 5 images
Last Christmas we all watched in horror the deadly Israeli attacks on Gaza in which 1,415 Palestinians were killed, including 318 children and over 5,000 injured. On average, 13 children were killed each day of the offensive. read full story / add a comment
galway / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Wednesday December 30, 2009 16:16 by Kev 1 image
On the 1st Jan 2010 we will assemble at the Library in West Side at 2pm. We will then march peacefully via Cathedral to Shop St and on to Spanish Arch.Some groups want to pose on bridges, we may do this on Salmon Weir Bridge?? open to suggestions. read full story / add a comment
galway / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Tuesday December 29, 2009 21:50 by Freda H 1 comment (last - thursday january 14, 2010 13:31)
Screening of "To Shoot an Elephant" (Erased: Wiped Off the Map)
Galway Branch IPSC- 6.30pm Thursday 14th January 2010 - NUIG, Acoustic Room, Aras Na Mac Leinn read full story / add a comment
galway / anti-war / imperialism / event notice Saturday December 26, 2009 17:55 by Galway Alliance Against War
The Galway Alliance Against War is throwing a New Year’s Day Peace Party in the Rowing Club on January 1st starting at 7pm and admission is FREE. read full story / add a comment
galway / anti-war / imperialism / press release Saturday December 26, 2009 17:49 by Galway Alliance Against War 4 comments (last - friday january 01, 2010 05:29)
The Galway Alliance Against War is throwing a New Year’s Day Peace Party in the Rowing Club in Woodquay Galway on January 1st starting at 7pm and admission is FREE. The Guest of Honour will be Malalai Joya, a female member of the Afghan parliament, who has survived 4 assassination attempts – she is hated by both the Karzai regime that banned her from parliament and the Taliban. Human Rights Watch described her as “the bravest woman in Afghanistan”. GAAW has arranged for a telephone link-up with Ms Joya from her base in the mountains of Afghanistan – Galway’s local peace group believes it will be a truly unique experience for people in Galway to hear first hand why the war in Afghanistan is not the solution to the problems of that troubled country. read full story / add a comment
The first ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ of 2010 takes place in Galway City Library on Thursday, January 21st, 6.30-8.00pm. The Featured Readers are Lisa Allen, Paul Conway & David Wheatley. This is a very special occasion as it is now exactly seven years since Over The Edge was born in Galway City Library in January 2003. The reading is sponsored by Poetry Ireland. read full story / add a comment
Poet and writer, Galway-born Gerard Hanberry, discusses the Wilde family read full story / add a comment
galway / bin tax / household tax / water tax / news report Tuesday December 15, 2009 19:59 by Fred Johnston 2 comments (last - monday december 21, 2009 20:08)
In a move that belongs to the X-Files, Galway City Council have granted €25,000 to kick start a display of US and UK warplanes . . . .but no one asked them to! read full story / add a comment
galway / arts and media / event notice Thursday December 10, 2009 14:53 by Fred Johnston 2 comments (last - tuesday december 22, 2009 17:28) 1 image
The Western Writers' Centre have put together a night of music and poetry in Gort, Co. Galway read full story / add a comment
Transition Galway will be giving out 100 oak trees for free to people who wish to plant them at home. Trees will be given out on Shop Street on Saturday December 12th starting at 1pm.
Transition Galway are also organising a climate change information stand at the same time. Information will be provided to people interested in reducing their carbon footprint. read full story / add a comment
North Beach Poetry Nights 2009 Grand Slam, in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, Galway on Monday 14th December at 9pm. with Guest Poet: Raven (Dublin/San Francisco) and Guest Troubadour: The Reverend Reynold with his irreverent songs. read full story / add a comment
Transition Galway meeting to organise local Transition events. All welcome. read full story / add a comment
galway / arts and media / event notice Friday December 04, 2009 12:07 by The 'Old' De Dannan 1 comment (last - friday december 04, 2009 16:53) 1 image
FORMER MEMBERS of the Irish trad supergroup De Dannan are joining forces once again for a charity concert in the Radisson Hotel on Thursday December 17 at 8pm.
The concert will feature Alec Finn, Johnny ‘Ringo’ McDonagh, Eleanor Shanley, Jackie Daly, Andrew Murray, Derek Hickey, Mick Conneelly, John Carty, Brian McGrath, John Faulkner, Colm Murray, and Aidan Coffey. read full story / add a comment
The December Over The Edge: Open Reading takes place in Galway City Library, St. Augustine Street, Galway on Thursday, December 17th, 6.30-8pm. The Featured Readers are Gerry Galvin, Liam Duffy & Conor Mark Kavanagh. read full story / add a comment
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