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Category Archives: Action on Environment issues
A New Political Party set up in Kilkenny Over 50 people gathered in the Kyttler’s Inn, in Kilkenny city last night to set up a new political party to replace Fianna Fail and Fianna Gael. The meeting, spearheaded by … Continue reading
I recently came across this group called Direct Democracy Ireland (DDI) Who plan to register as a political party? The “main platform” of Direct Democracy Ireland is “to allow citizens to petition for a referendum to allow Government decisions be … Continue reading
Up visiting this harbour this weekend and caught a glimpse of these two Gray Seals There appears to be about 50 of such magnificent creatures that come into the harbour and beg for food from the local … Continue reading
So Mr.Gormely will grace Wicklow to-day to grab a photo opportunity with the help of the New Wicklow water scheme However he is conveniently forgetting the daly problems we in our estate have with raw sewerage floating down the … Continue reading
Is this the kind of headlines we will some day read?? The BP saga continues off the coast of the US, and the question which has to be asked is could this kind of accident happen in the corrib … Continue reading
The latest on the Greek Bailout First is was 250 million (Irelands Contribution to the Greek bail out (2nd April) Then on the 11. April 2010 we hear that we will be giving (€450m ) In a statement, Brian Lenihan … Continue reading
The new by-pass duel carriageway for Wicklow town in now opened along with the by-pass road for the Harbour A sturdy congrats to all involved with the project a job well done Wicklow can do it Take a look … Continue reading