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Animal rights activist jailed for six years - 22 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - United Kingdom
Protest outside Irish Medicine's Board over fluoridation - 22 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Events, Health, Ireland
The Second Mystery Around Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 - 19 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - International, Malaysia
EveryOne Group members acquitted of defamation charges - 18 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Human Rights, Italy
Plan to deliver increase in uptake of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths - 17 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Business, Ireland
Competition Commission rejects NIEs plans - 17 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Northern Ireland
The Climate Is Invading the Earth - 17 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Environment, Opinion
Great Irish Writers - Limerick Writers' Centre - 17 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Events, Ireland
Varadkar asked to support curved cabs for new lorries - 15 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Trainee doctor to skateboard 360km for MS charity - 15 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Participation in EU study of Nutrition & Health urged by Research Minister - 14 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Health, European Union, Ireland
Climate or collective change? - 13 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Opinion
Climate Change - for whom the bell tolls - 13 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Environment, International, Ireland
Euro500,000 in new start-up business funding - 11 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Business, Ireland
Execution petition bites at Egyptian military dictators - 09 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - International
One Nation the U.S. Actually Should Liberate - 09 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Opinion
Net Neutrality - where now? - 09 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Internet news, European Union
Data retention directive contravenes European law - 09 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Internet news, European Union
National Plan on 'Corporate Social Responsibility' - 09 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Business, Ireland
New project commemorates Great Irish Famine helpers - 08 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Events, Ireland
President Higgins - Chelsea Fan and trained silver service waiter - 07 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - United Kingdom, Ireland
New global coalition urges governments to keep surveillance technologies in check - 06 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Human Rights, Internet news, International
Over Euro700,000 added to heritage preservation fund - 04 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Bethany Survivors Group seeks fresh meeting with Taoiseach - 04 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
First Irish National Student Conference on Drug Policy - 04 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Events, Ireland
Official Language Act to be updated - 03 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Gates Foundation urged to Divest from UK Security Company G4S - 03 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - International
Launch of i-Cham Central Europe - 03 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Business, Europe, Ireland, Baltic States
A 15-Year Murder Spree - 03 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - International
First Sentinel Earth Observation Satellite launched by ESA - 03 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Science, Technology, Europe, European Union, Ireland
Action call to suspend US military aid to Israel - 02 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Human Rights, International, Middle East, Palestine, Israel
Limerick County Council must 'do more to meet its commitments' - 01 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Ireland's pubs set to close on future Paddy's Days - 01 Apr 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2014 published - 31 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Euro5 million funding approved for 618 heritage projects - 31 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Ireland
Cuirt International Festival of Literature - 31 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Arts, Ireland
European Roma Summit "just a sweet talk" - 31 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Europe, European Union
Nobody safe from climate change - IPCC report - 31 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Environment, International
Counsellors and psychotherapists to be regulated - 30 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Health, Ireland
Strokestown National Famine Commemoration programme launched - 30 Mar 2014 filed by the editor - Events, Local, Ireland
 

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Animal rights activist jailed for six years
22 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - United Kingdom

An animal rights activist from the Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) campaign has been sentenced to six years in prison for conspiracy to blackmail after a five week long trial at Winchester Crown Court. 


Protest outside Irish Medicine's Board over fluoridation
22 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Health, Ireland

The Girl Against Fluoride Team is to stage a protest outside the Irish Medicine's Board at Kevin O’Malley House, Earlsfort Centre, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin from 10am-6pm on Wednesday, 23 April.


The Second Mystery Around Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
19 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - International, Malaysia

By John Chuckman
A second mystery around the disappearance of Flight MH370 has largely gone unnoticed: why hasn’t the United States been in the forefront of providing information about it? The implications of this question are massive.


EveryOne Group members acquitted of defamation charges
18 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, Italy

EveryOne Group human rights defenders accused of aggravated defamation following their public complaint against a hospital that had refused to provide health care for a seriously ill patient from the Roma community have been acquitted on all charges at Milan Criminal Court.


Plan to deliver increase in uptake of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
17 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Business, Ireland

The Governement doday launched a new three year strategy for Science Foundation Ireland's Smart Futures initiative, aimed at delivering a 10% increase in uptake of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects at second and third level by 2016.


Competition Commission rejects NIEs plans
17 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Northern Ireland

Manufacturing Northern Ireland has welcomed the rejection by the Competition and Markets Authority on price increases proposed by Northern Ireland Electricity but says the ruling should be the beginning, not the end of a process.


The Climate Is Invading the Earth
17 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Environment, Opinion

By David Swanson
If an alien invader with a face were attacking the earth, the difficulties that governments have getting populations to support wars on other humans would be multiplied a thousand fold.  The most common response to officials calling some petty foreign despot "a new Hitler" would shift from "yeah, right" to "who cares?" The people of the world would unite in common defense against the hostile alien.


Great Irish Writers - Limerick Writers' Centre
17 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Ireland

The Limerick Writers’ Centre in association with The Department of English Language and Literature in Limerick's Mary Immaculate College presents the second in a series of public talks on Great Irish Writers. On Thursday 10th April 2014 Dr Arthur Broomfield will continue the series with a talk on Samuel Beckett.


Varadkar asked to support curved cabs for new lorries
15 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Transport Minister Leo Varadkar has been urged to support the new EU ruling giving truck designers new scope in lorry cab design.


Trainee doctor to skateboard 360km for MS charity
15 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Trainee doctor Cathal Mac Donncha is gearing himself up to skateboard 360km from Bordeaux in France to Bilbao in Spain in a bid to raise funds to support Multiple Sclerosis Ireland.


Participation in EU study of Nutrition & Health urged by Research Minister
14 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Health, European Union, Ireland

The Irish research community is being urged to engage fully with the latest call under the EU Joint Programming Initiative 'A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life' when working on research aimed at tackling diet and lifestyle related disease of obesity.


Climate or collective change?
13 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Opinion

Living with the looming effects of climate change is like living in a mountainside home lying directly in the path of thousands of tons of snow on the mountain slopes above.


Climate Change - for whom the bell tolls
13 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Environment, International, Ireland

Scientists from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have issued the stark warning that unless rapid and sustained cuts to global carbon emissions are initiated without delay we will inevitably face a future bringing catastrophic climate change that will change civilisation as we know it.


Euro500,000 in new start-up business funding
11 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Business, Ireland

A special €500,000 Enterprise Ireland Competitive Start Fund has been launched targeted at stimulating new start-up business activity in both the Aviation and Manufacturing sectors. The fund provides for up to €50,000 in equity support for each successful applicant and is now open for applications. The call closes on Wednesday 30 April 2014.


Execution petition bites at Egyptian military dictators
09 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - International

A member of the Avaaz.org campaigning team was detained and interrogated by two high ranking Egyptian military officials as he attempted to deliver a million signature-strong petition to Grand Mufti Allam, calling on Egypt to stop the biggest mass execution in Egypt's history.


One Nation the U.S. Actually Should Liberate
09 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Opinion

By David Swanson
"Secretary Kerry? It's Ukraine on the phone asking about liberation again. Have you been able to get them a reference letter yet from Libya or Iraq or Afghanistan? How about Vietnam? Panama? Grenada? Kosovo maybe? Ukraine says Syria says you have a reference letter in the works from Kosovo. No? Huh. They said they'd accept one from Korea or the Dominican Republic or Iran. No? Guatemala? The Philippines? Cuba? Congo? How about Haiti? They say you promised them a glowing reference from Haiti. Oh. They did? No, I am not laughing, Sir. What about East Timor? Oh? Oh! Sir, you're going to liberate the what out of them? Yes sir, I think you'd better tell them yourself."  Some nations the United States should probably not liberate -- except perhaps the 175 nations which could be liberated from the presence of U.S. soldiers.  But one nation I would make an exception for, and that is the nation of Hawai'i.

Tags: Hawaii

Net Neutrality - where now?
09 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Internet news, European Union

by Joe McNamee - EDRi
After the big vote on net neutrality in the European Parliament on 3 April 2014, many people are asking "what now"? The answer is that the Council of Ministers of the European Union will decide what parts of the overall "Telecoms Single Market Regulation" it can accept, which parts it wants to amend and which parts it wants to reject completely. The Council is made up of the ministers responsible for telecommunications from the 28 Member States of the European Union.


Data retention directive contravenes European law
09 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Internet news, European Union

On 8 April, the European Court of Justice ruled that the EU legislation on mass surveillance contravenes European law. The case was brought before the Court by EDRi member Digital Rights Ireland, together with the Austrian Working Group on Data Retention.


National Plan on 'Corporate Social Responsibility'
09 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Business, Ireland

Setting its stated key objective of making Ireland the best small country in which to do business, the Government today launched "Good for Business, Good for the Community", described as Ireland's National Plan on Corporate Social Responsibility 2014-2016.


New project commemorates Great Irish Famine helpers
08 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Ireland

Individuals and communities who went out of their way to offer help to those who suffered during the Great Irish Famine are to feature on a new commemorative website.


President Higgins - Chelsea Fan and trained silver service waiter
07 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - United Kingdom, Ireland

In a wide ranging interview broadcast today on 'The Last Word with Matt Cooper', recorded ahead of his historic state visit to the UK, President Michael D Higgins makes personal revelations about his own relations with Britain. He reveals that he’s a Chelsea fan, a properly trained silver service waiter and speaks movingly about his twin sisters who had to emigrate to the UK in the late 1950's.


New global coalition urges governments to keep surveillance technologies in check
06 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, Internet news, International

A new global coalition of human rights organizations launched in Brussels says world leaders must commit to keeping invasive surveillance systems and technologies out of the hands of dictators and oppressive regimes.


Over Euro700,000 added to heritage preservation fund
04 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Over €700,000 has been added by the Government to a fund providing for the conservation and preservation of heritage structures of national importance in public ownership.


Bethany Survivors Group seeks fresh meeting with Taoiseach
04 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Following the unveiling in Dublin's Mount Jerome Cemetry this week of a memorial to the lost Bethany Home children, the Bethany Home Survivors group have written to request a meeting with government heads to seek possible redress.


First Irish National Student Conference on Drug Policy
04 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Ireland

Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) Ireland are holding their first national conference in the National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway on the 5 April.


Official Language Act to be updated
03 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

A draft a bill to amend the Official Languages Act 2003 has been given the thumbs up by Heritage and the Gaeltacht Minister, Dinny McGinley. The draft bill stems from a commitment given in the Programme for Government 2011-2016 to review the Official Languages Act to ensure that expenditure on the language is best targeted towards the development of the language and that obligations are imposed appropriately in response to demand from citizens.


Gates Foundation urged to Divest from UK Security Company G4S
03 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - International

With Palestinian Prisoners' Day approaching on 17 April, Addameer and the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions National Committee (BNC) are calling on people of conscience worldwide to take action in solidarity with Palestinian political prisoners.


Launch of i-Cham Central Europe
03 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Business, Europe, Ireland, Baltic States

A new Irish Chamber of Commerce in Central Europe, i-Cham CE, has been launched from Enterprise Ireland's offices in East Point Business Park, Dublin.

Tags: i-Cham CE

A 15-Year Murder Spree
03 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - International

By David Swanson
"The notion of a 'humanitarian war' would have rang in the ears of the drafters of the UN Charter as nothing short of Hitlerian, because it was precisely the justification used by Hitler himself for the invasion of Poland just six years earlier." –Michael Mandel 
Fifteen years ago, NATO was bombing Yugoslavia.  This may be difficult for people to grasp who believe the Noah movie is historical fiction, but: What your government told you about the bombing of Kosovo was false. And it matters.


First Sentinel Earth Observation Satellite launched by ESA
03 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Science, Technology, Europe, European Union, Ireland

The European Space Agency (ESA) has launched the first in a series of novel Earth Observation (EO) Sentinel satellites under the European Union's Copernicus Programme. The Launch, which took place from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana, represents the first of a series of satellite launches of the most ambitious global civilian Earth Observation project ever conceived.


Action call to suspend US military aid to Israel
02 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Human Rights, International, Middle East, Palestine, Israel

Following the shooting dead of a 14-year-old Palestinian youth by Israeli security forces and Amnesty International's call on the US to suspend all transfers of munitions, weapons and other equipment to Israel, the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation has launched an online petition to urge the House and Senate Appropriations Committees to hold Israel accountable for misusing U.S. weapons to commit human rights abuses against Palestinians in violation of U.S. laws. 


Limerick County Council must 'do more to meet its commitments'
01 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Given that Limerick is Ireland's sustainable travel demonstration city, Limerick County Council needs to do more to meet its commitments under the €9.3m programme funded by the Department of Transport, An Taisce has said.


Ireland's pubs set to close on future Paddy's Days
01 Apr 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Pubs across Ireland will again have to close on St Patrick’s Day from 2015 as a result of new legislation pending before the Dail, Ireland’s Parliament.


Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2014 published
31 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton has published the Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2014 and introduced it to the Oireachtas, after he secured Government agreement on the text of the legislation last week.


Euro5 million funding approved for 618 heritage projects
31 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Ireland

The Government has approved funding in principle for 618 projects at protected building and historic structures across the State. These projects, with a combined value of €21 million of which €5 million is from the taxpayer, are being progressed under the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Built Heritage Jobs Leverage Scheme 2014.


Cuirt International Festival of Literature
31 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Arts, Ireland

Highlights of the Cuirt International Festival of Literature, which runs in Galway between 8–13 April, are below.


European Roma Summit "just a sweet talk"
31 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Europe, European Union

The approaching Third European Roma Summit, being organized by European Commission (EC) on April four at Brussels, appeared to be just a "sweet talk" like the previous two Summits (2008, 2010), with no concrete outcome to end Roma apartheid; religious statesman Rajan Zed, said from Nevada (USA) today.


Nobody safe from climate change - IPCC report
31 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Environment, International

Nobody on the planet will be unaffected by climate change and scientists have warned that it threatens global food stocks and production, will force people from their homes and could lead to war.


Counsellors and psychotherapists to be regulated
30 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Health, Ireland

Following Health Minister Dr James Reilly's decision to introduce compulsory regulation of counselling and psychotherapy practices, Limerick TD Dan Neville said the move is "a crucial step in ensuring that vulnerable people are counselled only by qualified professionals".


Strokestown National Famine Commemoration programme launched
30 Mar 2014; posted by the editor - Events, Local, Ireland

A ten-day programme of events starts in Strokestown, Co Roscommon on Friday 2 May and runs until Sunday 11 May culminating in the formal state National Famine Commemoration ceremony.



 

 

 


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