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limerick / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Wednesday March 01, 2006 15:42 by Joe Lynch
Any secondary school student of Irish politics could have forecast trouble because of the Union Jacks at the GPO read full story / add a comment
limerick / animal rights / press release Thursday February 23, 2006 17:00 by John Carmody 1 comment (last - friday february 24, 2006 11:41)
For Immediate Release
March 3, 2006
John Carmody 087-6275579
Limerick — Confined to a cage with her nude body painted like a tiger and a banner above her reading, "Wild Animals Don’t Belong Behind Bars," a woman will protest the use of exotic animals by Duffy’s Circus. The protest will highlight the dangers that animal acts pose to humans and animals alike:
Date: Friday, March, 3
Time: 12 noon sharp
Place: Start of Cruises Street (Opposite HMV Music Store)
Recently animal protection group Animal Defenders International revealed for the first time ever their findings of an undercover investigation into several Irish circuses in Ireland including Duffy’s Circus. The campaign report on Ireland's circuses is based on undercover investigations by ADI Field Officers into seven circuses touring Ireland in 2000 and 2003. ADI Field Officers obtained employment with two Irish circuses, and observed many more. Examples of the violence used to control the animals were captured in the Irish launch video:
* a camel slapped in the face and then hit in the face with a
broom and finally jabbed with a broom handle
* an elephant kicked in the leg and then punched in the face
* a hippo whipped to hurry it along when it was already
walking in the desired direction
* a keeper whipping an elephant in order to get her to move
* a baby camel being roughly handled to force him to move
* a pregnant camel performing just days before giving birth read full story / add a comment
limerick / environment / news report Wednesday February 22, 2006 21:25 by Elaine 1 comment (last - wednesday june 07, 2006 23:23) 5 images
"LIKE the Rossport five, a group of Limerick men are willing to go to jail in order to stop water from the "highly polluted” River Deel from
coming into Pallaskenry."
Setting up a picket line to stop the pipes being laid, the Kildimo/Pallaskenry Bleach Lough retention committee say that they would rather be locked up behind bars than be forced to drink water from a river that is "floating with dead animal carcasses, human excrement, fish kills and rubbish”.
According to the vice chairperson and secretary of the group, Dan Foley, they have enjoyed clean pure water from the nearby Bleach Lough spring source for the past 50 years. And he said that they shouldn’t all be forced to take water from "one of the most polluted rivers in Ireland” when there is ample capacity at the Lough to cater for everyone.
The controversial pipeline is due to reach the white picket line within the next two to three weeks. But Mr Foley said that they will be there to meet it when it comes.
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limerick / anti-capitalism / event notice Wednesday February 15, 2006 16:32 by WSM 5 comments (last - friday february 24, 2006 01:31) 1 image
Details of Limerick public meeting on Anarchism - the 3rd stop in the WSM national speaking tour read full story / add a comment
limerick / anti-war / imperialism / opinion/analysis Sunday February 12, 2006 01:46 by Martin Garcia Mortell 5 comments (last - monday february 13, 2006 11:48)
All oil is traded using the American dollar and the American dollar only. This means that anyone wishing to purchase oil must do so using US dollars. . . read full story / add a comment
... at 8pm sharp, Sat 4th Feb, Riddlers Bar, Limerick.
An evening of community, love, awareness, rock and roll, solidarity, and crack.
Admission – €5, Solidarity price – €10 read full story / add a comment
The International Commercial and Economic Law Research Group at the University of Limerick will run a series of seminars on environmental law in the Spring 2006 semester.
These seminars will deal with issues such as:
* climate change
* environmental enforcement in Ireland
* fisheries in the national and international contexts
* recent developments in domestic environmental law read full story / add a comment
limerick / arts and media / opinion/analysis Tuesday January 24, 2006 23:55 by mags 3 comments (last - wednesday january 25, 2006 00:21)
Amer Wreck A
Say it out loud and you’ll get it.
The blurb describes it as Fahrenheit 911 meets Moulin Rouge and it has something for everyone- brilliant comedy about the current US President, fantastic music from 60s, sex and full frontal nudity, and a ‘God’ figure that I think most of us would be happy with! On top of that there’s a strong message about political activism. definitely one to debate in the pub after.
Everyone in limerick should grab the chance to see it. Only till Sat night in Belltable. For those of you unfortunate not to be in Limerick, I hear rumours of a movie version... read full story / add a comment
limerick / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Saturday December 10, 2005 17:35 by St.John 2 comments (last - friday november 02, 2007 12:42)
Great demonstration in Limerick yesterday against the crazy Irish Ferries debacle, loadsa folks from all walks of life in the march, biggest one I've ever seen down here read full story / add a comment
limerick / anti-war / imperialism / news report Sunday September 25, 2005 04:18 by Elaine 61 comments (last - sunday october 02, 2005 17:37) 37 images
( Or as close as we could get! )
The weekend of resistance kicked off on Friday night when a public meeting was held in Halla Ide on Thomas st. in Limerick City.
The meeting entitled 'Shannon And The War On Terror: The War Comes Homes' was addressed by Ploughshares defendant and Catholic Worker Ciaron O'Reilly alongside planespotter Tim Hourigan from the Mid-West Alliance Against Military Aggression. read full story / add a comment
THE AMC + GLUAISEACHT +L4C GRAVELY PRESENT
A showing of the film
"THE END OF SUBURBIA" -
Live Music from -
-"We Should Be Dead"
Dj’s til late
Free copy of “Limerick Green”-A guide to sustainable Living in Limerick
Where? – Riddlers Pub, Limerick
When?-Thurs July 21st
Why? – Peak Oil is here
Damage - €5
All profits to the Mayo Farmers jailed by Shell/Statoil and the multinational tapdancing monkeysaka Fianna Fail/PDs + the Irish State read full story / add a comment
Thursday 21st July 9pm in Riddlers Bar
€5 admission all profits to the Mayo Farmers jailed by Shell/Statiol.
A showing of the film The End Of Suburbia A Time To Wake Up to the relity of peak oil. Live music (after film upstairs) from We Should Be Dead and discussion of film afterwards. Everyone will also recieve a free copy of "Limerick Green" a guide to sustainable liveing in Limerick brought to you by L4C
THA CULL new Limerick improv action
Triumphant Happy Active Community Underground Limerick Love read full story / add a comment
The UL Palestine Solidarity Society and the Limerick Branch of the IPSC are proud to host Noebl Peace Prize Winner Mairead Corrigan to Limerick to speak on the campaign to free Israeli nuclear Whitleblower Mordechai Vanunu. read full story / add a comment
The University of Limerick Palestine Solidarity Society and the Limerick Branch of the IPSC are holding a week of awareness rasiing events from Sunday 29th May to Friday 3rd June 2005 read full story / add a comment
limerick / arts and media / event notice Thursday April 28, 2005 19:12 by cearbhuil 1 comment (last - friday april 29, 2005 14:42)
Friday April 29th
SUMU - Afro-Jazz band from Cork
BROG - Traditional Irish Sean-Nos dancing and singing
Pat O'Sullivan will Rock N Roll
World Music dj AINE from Ruaille Buaille, Co. Clare
plus Firedancers, Comedy and much much more
In the Back Lounge... SHINDIG Sound System - Reggae, Ska, Dub, Drum'n'Bass
Contact cearbhuil 086 0554665 for tickets
http://www.gluaiseacht.org read full story / add a comment
limerick / worker & community struggles and protests / news report Sunday April 17, 2005 20:03 by St.John 46 comments (last - sunday may 15, 2005 05:22)
Last Thursday the referendum on Boycotting Coke in the University of Limerick fell short. read full story / add a comment
Gluaiseacht are having a national meeting in Limerick this Sat. at the University Student's Union building. All Welcome. Main agenda items: planning Eyfa Anti-war Meeting + Waste Action for Earth Day.
There will be a fundraiser gig ( €5 )in the Highstool Bar, Catherine st., Limerick City, 9pm-till late with local bands, for the EYFA Anti-War Meeting in April near Lisdoonvarna.
for more info: www.gluaiseacht.org
or email: email@example.com read full story / add a comment
The Third Annual Human Rights Conference is being hosted by the Irish Peace Society and being held in the University of Limerick from Jan 28th - 30th 2005.
This years conference is focusing on bringing Human Rights to the people and is open to all members of the community from grassroots activists to the retired senior citizen.
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Annual Human Rights Conference that is being hosted by The Irish Peace Society in the University
of Limerick from 28th January- 30th January.
Of major interest to you may be the Students Human Rights Network we hope to establish at the conference. read full story / add a comment
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