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limerick / politics / elections / press release Tuesday January 25, 2011 22:44 by Limerick Socialist Party 2 images
● United Left Alliance Limerick Launch Rally, Tuesday February 1st
● ULA will expose Fine Gael & Labour's conspiring with Fianna Fail to implement savage cuts in Finance Bill
● Call for the Finance Bill & economic policy to be the heart of the election debate read full story / add a comment
national / anti-capitalism / opinion/analysis Sunday December 05, 2010 13:55 by Diarmuid Breatnach 43 comments (last - tuesday february 08, 2011 00:25) 1 attached file
The United Left Alliance was launched during the week on a socialist programme and planning to stand in the forthcoming elections. The meeting was well attended and addressed by speakers from People Before Profit, the Socialist Party and Unemployed & Workers' Action Group. The mood was upbeat and even euphoric. However, their charter does not mention imperialism and there were some prominent absences among their sponsors, including éirigí and Workers' Solidarity Movement. There was hardly a mention of work-place organisation and this essential work is not being focussed on by either the ULA or the 1% Network. read full story / add a comment
limerick / politics / elections / event notice Sunday October 31, 2010 16:06 by Limerick Socialist Party 4 comments (last - thursday november 04, 2010 18:56) 1 image
Joe Higgins will be speaking in Limerick on Tuesday November 2nd at 7.45pm in Pery's Hotel (Glentworth Street) at a public rally launching the Socialist Party's election challenge in the city. The rally, on "Fighting the Cuts & Building the Alternative" will also be addressed by Cian Prendiville, the Socialist Party's first ever Dáil candidate in Limerick. read full story / add a comment
limerick / politics / elections / event notice Monday September 27, 2010 13:02 by Limerick Socialist Party
This Thursday September 30th, the Socialist Party in Limerick is organising a table quiz night as part of a broader schedule events to raise funds for a political challenge to the establishment parties in the upcoming general election. read full story / add a comment
limerick / worker & community struggles and protests / feature Tuesday August 04, 2009 13:34 by Cian Prendiville 2 comments (last - thursday july 30, 2009 20:23) 1 image
Element Six/De Beers’ plan to shut their Shannon plant, sacking 370 workers, and move production elsewhere is a disgusting stab in the back of the workers whose hard work has made them billions in profits over the years.
After huge sacrifices, including working part time on the promise that this would save jobs, the company now want to pack up and jump ship, with only a pittance of a redundancy. The entire cost of the redundancy scheme to the company is only €6.6m, about one week’s turnover for the factory, according to the Irish Independent!
Note: This article was written before management started discussing an "alternative" proposal saving "some" jobs, probably only a stay of execution, and demanding much reduced wages and terms and conditions. Therefore, the need for a fight still very much stands. read full story / add a comment
dublin / politics / elections / press release Monday May 04, 2009 13:41 by Joe Higgins.eu 3 images 1 video file
Former Socialist Party TD, and well known fighter for working people Joe Higgins has launched his online campaign for the 2009 European Elections. Currently this includes a campaign website and blog at Joe Higgins.eu and a Facebook page. Active profiles on have also been set up on YouTube , Twitter , Flickr , Bebo , Myspace and will go live in the next days.
Joe is standing in the Dublin Constituency for the Socialist Party “to give ordinary people all across Dublin the opportunity to strike a blow against the government’s attempt to make us pay for the crisis caused by them and their friends in the banks and property”. read full story / add a comment
The following is a press release of the Campaign for a Real Public Health Service, distributed today at a publicity stunt at the Regional Hospital, Limerick organised jointly by CRPHS, Nenagh Hospital Action Group and Ennis Hospital Development Committee. read full story / add a comment
limerick / miscellaneous / press release Friday July 18, 2008 18:21 by Cian Prendiville 1 comment (last - monday july 21, 2008 12:49) 3 images
On Thursday July 29th the HSE were presented with 5,000 signatures on petitions demanding the maintaining of A&E services in Ennis, Nenagh and St.John’s Hospitals. The Socialist Party, who collected the petitions, claim that this is only the beginning and that an active campaign must be built. Socialist Party spokesperson, Cian Prendiville said: “The HSE are unlikely to give up on their agenda of centralisation and cutbacks without a fight. Petitions can be a first step, but what is needed is for people to come along to the upcoming health forum on July 29th and use it as a launching pad for a local action group.” read full story / add a comment
The campaign against co-location at Limerick's Regional hospital and to save St.John’s, Ennis and Nenagh A&Es is stepping up in the next days and weeks.
- Limerick Socialist Party handing in 4,500 petitions on Thursday, July 17th.
- Campaign for a Real Public Health Service public health forum on Tuesday, July 29th read full story / add a comment
Lisbon Treaty Debate in Limerick
JOE HIGGINS (Socialist Party) - V- PETER POWER (FF TD & Junior Minister)
BARRY FINNEGAN (CAUEC & sayno.ie) DIARMUID SCULLY (FG Councillor) read full story / add a comment
April 7th to 13th is Latin America Week – a week full of opportunities to learn about, discuss and experience different elements of Latin American culture, history and politics. It is organised nationally by the Latin America Solidarity Campaign, and this year UL Socialist Youth is adding our support to others in UL to make this the best one yet.
This year there will be movie showings on Tuesday and Thursday, a music workshop and play on Wednesday, a salsa night in the sports bar on the Thursday and Latin American food on Friday. Full details will be posted up soon.
As well as all this UL Socialist Youth are hosting a public talk on the Monday with Enrique Galan, a Colombian activist, and Dave Convery, an Irish socialist just back from 6 months in Latin America. In preparation for Latin America Week I interviewed Dave about his time in Latin America: read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / opinion/analysis Friday February 08, 2008 18:38 by Cian Prendiville 14 comments (last - wednesday april 06, 2011 23:43) 4 images 1 attached file
In January’s Finance Bill VAT on condoms was lowered slightly from 21% to 13.5%. Any reduction should be welcomed, the crucial question is why, given the problems with STIs, is there VAT on condoms, or indeed why are they not free? read full story / add a comment
limerick / rights, freedoms and repression / other press Friday February 01, 2008 13:15 by Young Socialist
Last Wednesday (January 30th) was 75 years since Hitler came to power. To mark the occasion and remember those who died UL Socialist Youth organized a series of anti-racist activities during the week, as part of a national campaign. read full story / add a comment
national / miscellaneous / event notice Tuesday December 18, 2007 15:18 by Cian Prendiville 4 comments (last - saturday january 05, 2008 21:02) 1 image 1 attached file
On Saturday January 5th I, Cian Prendiville, will be going for a sponsored swim in the icy-fresh waters of Malahide beach, Dublin. Money raised goes to the Socialist Party and Socialist Youth campaign fund.
Through-out Ireland, the SP and SY consistently campaign against low pay, health cuts, privatisation, environmental destruction and war. We fight for a society where people come before profit.
Sponsors get emailed photographic proof of my swim. Audience welcome!
To sponsor me go to: www.sponsorformsonline.co.uk/Cian.asp read full story / add a comment
limerick / environment / other press Wednesday July 11, 2007 18:38 by Limerick Socialist Youth 3 images 2 attached files
According to a recent report by the Environmental Protection Agency Limerick will be flooded within 50 years (if not sooner) due to rising sea levels resulting from climate change.
In response to this Socialist Youth have been out on the streets of Limerick recently, demanding immediate action to stop climate change. read full story / add a comment
limerick / miscellaneous / event notice Friday July 06, 2007 11:48 by Limerick Socialist Youth 1 comment (last - friday july 06, 2007 19:51) 3 images 2 attached files
For the last few weeks new dialysis patients in Limerick have had to travel all the way to Kilkenny, Tullamore, Trallee and Galway in order to get treated. This involves a two hour drive there and another two hours back at least 3 times a week.
On Saturday the 21st of July there will be a debate in Limerick between Socialist Youth and the Young PDs. A key part of that debate will be the ongoing health crisis nationally, the dialysis crisis here in Limerick and the governments ‘co-location’ and privatisation plans. read full story / add a comment
• Minister for Education finally promises to fund upgrade of Ardscoil Ris
• Keep up the pressure to make sure the promised Ardscoil Ris building is
• Upgrade all Limerick schools to accommodate the growing need for places
• Provide new school places for the new housing developments read full story / add a comment
limerick / anti-capitalism / event notice Monday January 22, 2007 22:27 by Limerick Socialist Youth 3 images
This Friday (Jan 26th) at 4pm there will be a relaxed public meeting discussing “Che Guevara and the Struggle for Socialism in Latin America Today” in the comfortable atmosphere of Java’s café on Catherine St. read full story / add a comment
limerick / miscellaneous / news report Monday October 09, 2006 18:25 by Cian Prendiville 9 comments (last - tuesday october 10, 2006 18:34) 5 images
On Saturday Socialist Youth in Limerick took (unfortunately limited) action tp raise awareness of and support for the struggle of Rossport against $hell's dangerous pipeline. read full story / add a comment
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