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offsite link Iran?s Much-Troubled Nuclear Program Wed Apr 14, 2021 12:39 | amarynth
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By Dmitry Orlov and posted with special permission A terrible war is about to erupt on Russia’s border with the Ukraine?or not?but there is some likelihood of a significant number

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offsite link News Round Up Mon Apr 12, 2021 01:51 | Jonathan Barr
A summary of all the most interesting stories that have appeared about the virus in the past 24 hours ? not just in Britain, but around the world.
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offsite link As Vaccine Passports Are Rolled Out Across the World, What Price Freedom? Sun Apr 11, 2021 22:50 | Toby Young
Lockdown Sceptics has published an original piece by our in-house technology correspondent about the roll out of vaccine passports around the world and the dire consequences for personal freedom.
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offsite link UK Nears 40 Million First and Second Vaccine Doses Sun Apr 11, 2021 21:26 | Michael Curzon
A record number of second doses of Covid vaccines were administered in the UK on Saturday, pushing the country closer to a total of 40 million first and second doses.
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offsite link One in 400,000 Chance of Two Vaccinated People Catching a Symptomatic Infection From Each Other Indo... Sun Apr 11, 2021 16:50 | Michael Curzon
Why have vaccinated people been told not to meet indoors given that the risk of catching a symptomatic Covid infection is around one in 400,000 for two people who have been vaccinated?
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offsite link Britain Sees Fastest Decline in Covid Cases in the World Sun Apr 11, 2021 16:44 | Toby Young
The Spectator has added a new table to its data hub showing the current level of Covid infection in different countries around the world relative to the peak. Britain has seen the sharpest decline in the developed world.
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national / consumer issues / news report Wednesday August 10, 2005 15:16 by michael e via eeekkkk   image 1 image
A voluntary group called Planning Matters has launched a website that attempts to deal with some of the complexities of the Irish planning system. Founder member Michael Ewing explains why.

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national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Tuesday August 09, 2005 02:41 by Steady   text 37 comments (last - tuesday august 30, 2005 21:54)
Eddie Hobbs presented the first in a series about what a rip off Ireland is and why and what can be done about it. read full story / add a comment
national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Friday July 29, 2005 20:30 by Mortgage your life and family   text 10 comments (last - monday august 01, 2005 17:42)
Are the banks admitting that they are shitting themselves that there is about to be a property crash ? read full story / add a comment
international / consumer issues / press release Tuesday July 26, 2005 03:00 by Harry Rea   text 63 comments (last - thursday july 28, 2005 15:43)   image 5 images
This article, below about the deaths in Iraq, reveals some very interesting detail about the tragedy that is unfolding. It is interesting because it shows that the major media outlets, BBC and RTE and the national newspapers are in fact pushing an agenda and not telling the truth.

Their agenda is that George Bush is a wicked man and so everyone must hate him. He is wicked in their eyes because he is pro-life and pro-family and is trying to reverse the decline in morality that took place under the Clinton decade of permissiveness and his undermining of marriage. They ramp up hostility towards him by pushing out propaganda claiming that Coalition-led forces have killed 34 Iraqi civilians a day since they invaded.

This article exposes that lie. read full story / add a comment
national / consumer issues / news report Friday July 22, 2005 16:50 by Tracy Donegan   text 4 comments (last - sunday october 14, 2007 20:06)
Mothers in Ireland continue to have their choices in childbirth challenged by the Irish maternity system. Doula services which are now available in Ireland and gaining popularity are being prevented from entering many hospitals. read full story / add a comment
Colr. Joe Reilly with Caitlín Uí Sheighin in Trim last week
meath / consumer issues / press release Thursday July 21, 2005 20:31 by Meath Sinn Féin   text 2 comments (last - friday july 22, 2005 11:18)   image 1 image
Sinn Féin Councillor Joe Reilly has urged all those who purchased their home under the Rural Cottage Scheme to immediately contact their local authority as they may have been overcharged substantially on the purchase of their home. read full story / add a comment
national / consumer issues / news report Tuesday July 19, 2005 01:51 by Tracy Donegan
Cork Doctor refusing to help mothers give birth normally after a cesarean. read full story / add a comment
national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Sunday July 17, 2005 14:49 by pat lally   text 12 comments (last - wednesday july 20, 2005 19:24)
I just want other peoples opinions, my local mace store have promotions, e.g. two for a reduced price or whatever, but these goods are charged at full regular rate at check out. Most people don't complain so i guess it goes smoothly and profitably.

To my shock this morning I complained, having being overcharged on at least one item each weekend for three weeks now. I bought surf breeze 1.1 kg, marked 2.69 on shelf, but 3.80 at till, complained after going back and checking, received a refund for the difference, but , to my amazement, that was it, no changes were made to till system, so the next person who picks up a box will be charged 3.80.

In a time when many people don't check receipts for small items, it is these little, ongoing rip offs that frustrate me. So please let me know if this policy is being practiced elsewhere, or just here. read full story / add a comment
dublin / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Saturday July 16, 2005 05:45 by Seán   text 10 comments (last - saturday july 30, 2005 04:16)
Seirbhísí i nGaeilge read full story / add a comment
international / consumer issues / news report Wednesday June 29, 2005 18:20 by Gaz   text 9 comments (last - monday september 05, 2005 07:01)
singer/songwriter legend Bob Dylan has signed an exclusive CD deal with Starbucks. read full story / add a comment
national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Friday June 17, 2005 14:21 by Sean Crudden
Is alcohol a false helper which slips its hook into us under our guard? Does it anaesthesise us into a false sense of well-being and security? Are we merely conning ourselves that we are getting pleasure out of drink? read full story / add a comment
eggies. only girls can make them.
international / consumer issues / news report Tuesday June 14, 2005 13:49 by iosaf   text 3 comments (last - wednesday june 15, 2005 13:42)   image 1 image
Here are the results of votes, that is to say the % of the electorate who were registered to vote who did so, province by province.
Using this list, we can quickly & promptly identify those provinces where blue flag beaches and a kicking good mass count for more than new fangled notions on the high-tech chicken baster designer kids for infertile people market.

The Pope is delighted.

We can now see that the real trouble makers are concentrated in the north west and Tuscany where Mr Blair goes on holidays around Bologna and Florence.

The Italians will now move progressively, to banning condoms, outlawing orgasms, herding up preverted types [sic], adopting african kids, & of course attending marches organised by the Spanish rightwing. BUT of course they won't relax, it doesn't really make much of a difference. It is now not only cool to "not vote" its HOLY.
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dublin / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Sunday June 05, 2005 17:55 by A. Kaffir   text 23 comments (last - monday november 20, 2006 13:24)
I'm leaving for Italy.

I can't take anymore of this. read full story / add a comment
international / consumer issues / news report Friday May 20, 2005 14:11 by kevin   text 3 comments (last - friday may 20, 2005 17:07)   image 4 images
Martin Rowan from the Sierra Leone Ireland Partnership sheds some light on the diamond trade. read full story / add a comment
international / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Sunday May 01, 2005 19:49 by IIB Team
Ad Industry mag Marketing Week reports that global brands are being affected by activist lobbying. read full story / add a comment
Sean Crudden reading The Argus
national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Thursday April 14, 2005 16:37 by Sean Crudden   text 8 comments (last - friday april 15, 2005 21:05)   image 1 image
The Progressive Democrats Annual Conference held in The Silver Springs Hotel was dominated visually by a large wall-painting of the tricolour unfurled used as a backdrop for the platform and the speakers' stage. read full story / add a comment
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dublin / consumer issues / news report Thursday April 07, 2005 19:51 by The Sneerside People   text 19 comments (last - thursday april 06, 2006 00:41)   image 7 images
The Polish-born pope, who died Saturday at the age of 84, also had considered the possibility of a funeral in Poland, but later left the decision up to the College of Cardinals, which decided to have him buried under St. Peter’s Basilica on Friday after a funeral in the square. read full story / add a comment
mayo / consumer issues / press release Thursday April 07, 2005 17:11 by Keith Martin   text 3 comments (last - monday july 23, 2007 12:59)
See link below for details of Cllr Martin's lobbying for the discounts. which were reported earlier on Indymedia.ie read full story / add a comment
Arahbishop Michael Desmond Hynes Prepares to Serve at The Handball Alley, Tullyvin, Co Cavan
national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Monday March 21, 2005 10:26 by Sean Crudden   text 3 comments (last - monday march 28, 2005 19:50)   image 1 image
The weather is fluky here in Cooley today with rain and depression coming down. The following text may do something to lighten the spirits of indymedia readers.

Some people think that The Archbsihop is just another venal cleric. Others may say that he is only a cod. However no-one can deny that he has in abundance the unusual gift of seeing what is (blindingly?) obvious.

The following is a post factum reconstruction by Archbishop Michael Desmond ("Dessie") Hynes of a talk he gave to the fifth annual winter workshop organised by Cooley Environmental and Health Group. The workshop entitled "Organisation and Health" took place on the afternoon of 29 January 2005 in The Strand, Omeath, Co Louth. read full story / add a comment
national / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Wednesday March 16, 2005 02:40 by Ross Getman   text 2 comments (last - sunday march 20, 2005 00:12)
In advance of a meeting of the Irish Medical Organisation addressing soda in school, here are arguments that have been used in the United States in the ongong attempt to rid schools of caffeinated sugar water. read full story / add a comment
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