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CHASE has applied to the High Court for permission to launch a judicial review against An Bord Pleanála’s decision to approve planning for Indaver Ireland’s incinerator at Ringaskiddy.
The application was mentioned in Court in Dublin this morning, 19 July 2018 by Maurice Collins Senior Counsel on behalf of CHASE. The matter was adjourned and will be heard next Tuesday morning, July 24th at 10.15am. It is anticipated that a decision will be made on that day on the request by CHASE for permission to proceed. read full story / add a comment
A fundraiser to help get Rebel Reads into a new premises!
Over the past few months we have been working hard to set up Rebel Reads, and after the success of our membership launch in April, we're going to throw a party! read full story / add a comment
Permission, dated 30 May 2018, has been granted by An Bord Pleanala. News was received this morning that the Bord have overruled Inspector Derek Daly’s recommendation to refuse permission. See full documentation online, including Inspectors reports and Bord Directions. See http://www.pleanala.ie/news/SIDS%20Ringaskiddy%20Decisi...N.pdf read full story / add a comment
IREXIT / anti PESCO RALLY at City Hall Cork at 7pm on 9th May 2018 read full story / add a comment
cork / arts and media / event notice Sunday April 22, 2018 10:04 by Eric 2 comments (last - thursday april 26, 2018 11:20) 1 image
We are launching Rebel Reads on Sunday 29th of April, 6:30-9:30 pm, in the Kino on Washington Street, Cork City
Free entry and all are welcome to the launch! Please see further below for the full list of events, films and talks.
http://www.rebelreads.ie/about/ “The Issue
Ever since the closure of Solidarity Books in 2015, Cork has been without an autonomous space where people can meet, organise and hold events.
As the second biggest city in the Republic, Cork has a real need for a community hub where independent and progressive groups can meet, work together, share resources, organise fun events, have days of action or simply to socialise.
Our aim is to fill the current gap and set up a multifunctional and self-sustainable space, run by and for the people as an inclusive, progressive, non-hierarchical organisation.
We plan to use the space to socialise, learn, organise and celebrate.”
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The Macroom and District Environmental Group have published a new leaflet aiming to protect wildlife in Ireland. read full story / add a comment
cork / worker & community struggles and protests / event notice Wednesday February 07, 2018 22:11 by anon 1 image
Waterford City is to host the first Irish screening of the Dutch cycling documentary, Why We Cycle, tomorrow evening.
The screening — which is free — is to take place at Greyfriars Municipal Art Gallery this Thursday at 7pm as part of the launch of the Waterford Cycling Campaign. read full story / add a comment