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As part of a series of public talks organised by the community based Dublin South 1916 Centenary Committee we would like to invite the people of Rathfarnham, Churchtown, Ballinteer, Sandyford and Dundrum to come to what is expected to be a very interesting and informative talk that will be delivered by Donal Fallon,our guest speaker for this public talk in the area as part of our 1916 Centenary Celebrations. read full story / add a comment
On Wednesday June 1st a US Air Force Dornier C-146A Wolfhound, 11-3075, sat on the tarmac at Shannon Airport being watched carefully by an Irish army patrol. It had come from Grand Canaria - Las Palmas in Spain, and on Thursday it travelled on to St John's Newfoundland. Its call sign was REACH1042.
The aircraft is operated by the US Air Force 524th Special Operations Squadron which is part of the 27th Special Operations Wing. This Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) unit flies a fleet of non-standard transport aircraft in support of special operations. Their missions, which are typically covert, include insertion, extraction and resupply of special operations forces. read full story / add a comment
The Implementation Committee for the Espoo Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context has found that Britain has not met its obligations to discuss the impact of a nuclear accident with?the affected public in other countries, including Ireland. The findings are expected to be confirmed at the next plenary session in Minsk in June 2017.
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international / elections / politics / news report Dé hAoine Meitheamh 03, 2016 17:30 byGreg Williams
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau releases new rules governing "payday" lending - high interest loans that impact low-income communities. read full story / add a comment
dublin / disability issues / opinion/analysis Dé hAoine Meitheamh 03, 2016 03:15 byWayne Flanagan Tobin 1 comment (last - dé sathairn meitheamh 04, 2016 21:26)
On Thursday evening 2nd June 2016 I attended a meeting in St. Augustine’s school in Blackrock where parents expressed outrage at the withdrawal of the Saint John of God Community Services Supports on a phased basis commencing in September 2016. The school was described as a “centre of excellence” for its vocational programme which has had a very positive impact on the lives of many children with special needs in South Dublin, Wicklow and surrounding areas. read full story / add a comment
national / worker & community struggles and protests / press release Déardaoin Meitheamh 02, 2016 00:08 bypbp
Scrap FEMPI now; payback time for workers. People Before Profit will today propose a motion to the Dail to abolish the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest legislation (FEMPI). FEMPI is the most anti-worker legislation in the history of the state. read full story / add a comment
cork / worker & community struggles and protests / other press Dé Céadaoin Meitheamh 01, 2016 23:10 byCHASE
And so to fundraising...Following a grueling Oral Hearing process, incurring significant legal, engineering and technical expertise costs and expenses, once again it’s time to fundraise.
A lot of money has already been raised (and thank you for your support in this regard) and additional fundraisers are being organised around the harbour, which are listed below
These will be kept up to date on the http://chasecorkharbour.com/fundraising-event-calendar/ Fundraising Events Calendar web page, so if you are organising a fundraiser please email us and we can add it into the Events page and publicise on facebook.
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As the European Commission begins infringement proceedings against Ireland for failing to complete the designation requirements for its Special Areas of Conservation, it proposes to close another investigation into the protection of the fresh water pearl mussel on the basis of commitments given by the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and Coillte Teo., the State Forestry Board. read full story / add a comment
VID (2 mins)-Julian Assange 2000 days arbitrarily detained in England: statement by former anti-war prisoner of U.S Ciaron O'Reilly
national / anti-war / imperialism / news report Dé Céadaoin Bealtaine 25, 2016 10:36 byJustin Morahan 7 comments (last - dé céadaoin iúil 20, 2016 09:56)
Peace activists were arrested after they had sprayed a red cross on runway and arrived at a US jet to examine it for arms. read full story / add a comment
After the success of the reading of the Non Stop Connolly Show in Connolly Books, I will be in conversation with the Oscar winning director Jim Sheridan on the 28th of May in Smock Alley Theatre at 8pm. He was also one the directors of the Non Stop Connolly Show back in 1975 in Liberty Hall. read full story / add a comment
national / environment / press release Dé Céadaoin Bealtaine 18, 2016 21:20 byTony Lowes 3 comments (last - dé céadaoin meitheamh 15, 2016 10:20)
The National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS] does not have the power to stop the Forest Service permitting forestry felling during the breeding season, even in an area designated for protection under European law.
This has emerged in controversy over the felling of trees at Castleforbes Estate, County Longford, where the local NPWS staff’s request for permission to stop the felling was denied by the Regional Manager of NPWS, who stated that ‘NPWS cannot stop such works and that is in the remit of the Forest Service.’ read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / opinion/analysis Dé Luain Bealtaine 16, 2016 14:57 bySean O'Torain
In the recent elections north and south there have been a number of candidates elected who have stood on an anti capitalist platform. This article here tries to put forward a strategy how these forces could work together to engage more with the mass of the working class north and south and build a mass anti capitalist movement in ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. read full story / add a comment
Louth Contemporary Music Society
presents MUSIC BOOKS
Dundalk — 17-18 June 2016
Open the pages. Hear the sounds.
Over an evening and a day, musicians of the highest international calibre, many of them making return visits, come to Dundalk to perform five books of music, including contemporary classics and works specially created for this unique occasion. read full story / add a comment
MLA and TD hit out at ‘cloak and dagger’ tactic by authorities in allowing this drill to take place; implications for South
People Before Profit to move Bill to ban fracking in the Dáil once it resumes
People Before Profit MLA, Gerry Carroll and TD, Richard Boyd Barrett condemn moves to initiate fracking in Co Antrim and warned if test drills go ahead it could open the door for fracking North and South. The statement comes after NI Water’s decision to allow Infrastrata to begin drilling for oil just 380 metres away from Woodburn reservoir in Co Antrim. This could lead to UK company, Tramboran, attempting to drill in Fermanagh, which in turn, could lead to fracking in Leitrim and Cavan. read full story / add a comment
The environmental group friends of the Irish Environment [FIE] have published on their website photographs of young birds killed in their nests by tree felling during this bird’s breeding season at a County Longford estate.
An investigation into felling at Castleforbes Estate County Longford by the Forest Service after a complaint from FIE in early April confirmed reports of the great spotted woodpecker drumming in the woods scheduled for felling but officials refused to halt the work because no nests were found. Other bird recorded in the Castleforbes Estate include the owl and the kestrel, harrier, and the cuckoo[TL1] . The badger, fox, pine martin, hedgehog, stoat and red squirrel are also present, the latter returning and flourishing only in the last 10 years. read full story / add a comment
DUBLIN FILM QLUB SEASON SIX:
Our new season continues with...
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galway / worker & community struggles and protests / event notice Dé Máirt Bealtaine 10, 2016 23:11 byon your bike
Our monthly social will be this Friday (13th May) at the usual time and usual place (18:30 in Massimo). Come along and feel free to bring a friend or two. Everyone is real nice, promise! A very loose theme/discussion for the social will be 'how to encourage private businesses to install bike parking' but we won't be limited to just that. See you there, with bells on;) read full story / add a comment
national / bin tax / household tax / water tax / opinion/analysis Dé Luain Bealtaine 09, 2016 13:22 byPaddy Hackett
All taxation is bourgeois! read full story / add a comment
Polish organizations in Ireland are holding a solidarity rally with the events in Poland. We invite all political parties and organizations in Ireland with a commitment to civic freedoms to join us in this positive event promoting full equality and inclusion for everyone. On that day, we want to stand together, above nations, borders and political divisions, in a common quest for a just and democratic society.
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