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"I have more degrees than you" should never win debates. This American professor found out the hard way. Wielding credentialism to deny sex differences in human skeletons has drawn laughter and criticism.
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westmeath / crime and justice / event notice Friday August 26, 2022 15:08 by Integrity Ireland   image 1 image
Back on 'The Mission' Folks.. It's one thing knowing that we've got some serious and immediate problems to deal with as a society - and it's another thing understanding how and why these problems arose in the first place, and how to prepare ourselves to properly deal with them.. Why? Because Truth Matters.. (doesn't it?) read full story / add a comment
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westmeath / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Saturday May 23, 2020 01:43 by liberty Report this post to the editors   text 1 comment (last - thursday may 28, 2020 22:23)   image 3 images
We are facing the biggest crisis of our time and we are on the threshold of entering a permanent global police state. Now is the time to act!

100 Days of the Unelected Government
No To Corona Law
No to Mandatory Vaccines
No to the New Normal
No to Unlawful Lockdown read full story / add a comment
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westmeath / worker & community struggles and protests / event notice Saturday December 03, 2016 23:06 by nbru   image 1 image
Stop the Bus Éireann Expressway Exit

Public Meeting
Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
Friday 9th December
Greville Arms Hotel @ 8:00pm

All Public Representatives have been invited to attend.
Issued by the NBRU read full story / add a comment
westmeath / environment / event notice Monday April 04, 2016 18:07 by June Kelly
Westmeath Environmental Group is holding a fundraiser night on Thursday the 7th of April 2016 at 8pm in the Annebroke House Hotel, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. We invite you and would greatly appreciate your support by purchasing ticket/tickets to the Documentary Night on Water Fluoridation. We shall be showing short films from both Irish and International Experts who highlight the health effects and the injustice of such a practice.

Ticket cost €10 or you can purchase Two for €15. Call (085) 778 0021 or contact us via e-mail: weg1@eircom.net and we shall get back to you a.s.a.p. -- limited seats are available so advised to purchase early.

www.weg.ie/fundraiser.html for more details.
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westmeath / environment / event notice Thursday March 03, 2016 21:35 by Crann   image 1 image
Diarmuid McAree, ‘Crann – Trees for Ireland’ Director & former Chief Forestry Inspector with the Forest Service, shall lead the guided walk, which shall include tree identification and forest ecology.
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westmeath / crime and justice / event notice Wednesday December 09, 2015 23:05 by Integrity Ireland
Integrity Ireland administrator Stephen Manning will be delivering a public presentation on Thurs Dec 10th in Mullingar at 7:30pm, entitled

“Profit at any Price” -- and how to protect yourself from predators and parasites - and from tyrants, thugs and thieves - especially in the Irish Courts read full story / add a comment
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westmeath / crime and justice / event notice Monday September 30, 2013 23:06 by T   image 1 image
Ellen Brown the author of the best seller book 'Web of Debt' will be in the Hodson Hotel in Athlone to present: The Public Banking Forum in Ireland and will talk about public banking and where money comes from and solutions to the crisis in Ireland. read full story / add a comment
westmeath / environment / event notice Wednesday July 24, 2013 21:41 by Richard Murphy
The Westmeath Windfarm Information Groups, together with similar groups from neighbouring counties, have organised a Rally and Family Protest against Industrial Windfarms in the Midlands to take place in Mullingar on Sat. 27th July 2013.

The Rally will assemble at St. Pauls Church, Delvin Rd. Mullingar at 2pm and go to the Market Square in central Mullingar.
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westmeath / worker & community struggles and protests / event notice Friday June 17, 2011 01:23 by June Kelly
Public Meeting: The United Left Alliance is holding a Public Meeting in the Greville Arms Hotel in Mullingar, County Westmeath on Wednesday, 22nd June at 8 pm.

With the election of 5 United Left Alliance TD’s to the Dail in the last general election, the ULA is launching a branch in the Longford/Westmeath area.

Everyone welcome. Admission Free.
For details 0861963134, unitedleftalliance.org read full story / add a comment
westmeath / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Thursday February 17, 2011 13:23 by Basil Miller   1 attached file
FRIDAY 25 FEB: Public lecture ‘Assessing the Long-term Effects of Psychiatric Medications’
Venue: Room J1007, Department of Nursing, Athlone Institute of Technology, Athlone.

11.00 am - 2.00 pm. Organised by The Irish Network of Critical Voices in Mental Health.

Inquiries to l.sapouna@ucc.ie or h.gijbels@ucc.ie read full story / add a comment
westmeath / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Sunday October 31, 2010 19:41 by Saoirse
On Sunday October 31 Westmeath Republican Sinn Féin, marked the 90th anniversary
of the execution on November 2 1920 of James Daly who was one of the leaders of the Connaught Rangers’ mutiny in India. The mutiny was in reaction to the war being waged by the British government on the people of Ireland.
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westmeath / miscellaneous / event notice Friday October 29, 2010 23:18 by Saoirse
The 90th Anniversary read full story / add a comment
westmeath / miscellaneous / event notice Sunday October 24, 2010 20:50 by June
FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA at Mullingar Arts Centre to raise funds for devastating floods in Pakistan.
The Irish Friends of Pakistan present FASHION AID to be held at the Mullingar (County Westmeath) Arts Centre, Thursday 28th October 2010 from 7pm.
Tickets 15 Euro – Children 2 Euro – All proceeds raised will be sent to Pakistan to help victims of the flood disaster.
Contact: mail@irishfriendsofpakistan.com, telephone June Kelly 0861963134 or visit www.irishfriendsofpakistan.com for details and photos of where your donations so far are being used. Donations please to: AIB Mullingar - Account No: 3317 9063 - Sort Code 93-21-75
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westmeath / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Wednesday June 09, 2010 16:11 by June Kelly
PUBLIC FORUM

TACKLING THE HEALTH SERVICE CRISIS – read full story / add a comment
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westmeath / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Sunday January 03, 2010 20:46 by June K   text 1 comment (last - monday january 04, 2010 03:00)   image 3 images
In Mullingar on New Year’s Eve members of the Midlands Branch of the People’s Movement, the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign, the Irish Anti War Movement and independent campaigners held a candlelight vigil in solidarity with the 1300 peace activists detained in Egypt and prevented from delivering life sustaining food and medicine to the besieged people of the Gaza Strip.
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westmeath / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Tuesday September 22, 2009 02:09 by June Kelly
Vote No To The Lisbon Treaty

PUBLIC MEETING

Date: Wednesday 23rd September 2009,
Time: 8pm
Venue: Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone, County Westmeath

Speakers: Cllr Paul Hogan, Sinn Fein
Frank Keoghan, National Secretary People's Movement
Mags Glennon, Chairperson, Midlands Branch People's Movement

Everyone welcome.
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westmeath / politics / elections / event notice Sunday August 16, 2009 19:55 by June Kelly
VOTE NO TO THE LISBON TREATY

"The Midlands Branch of the People’s Movement will hold a public meeting at the Greville Arms Hotel in Mullingar, County Westmeath at 8pm on 20th August 2009. The People’s Movement is campaigning for a NO Vote on the forthcoming Referendum re run on the Lisbon Treaty – Speakers: Patricia McKenna, Peter Lacey and Mags Glennon. All welcome. For further details please phone: 0861963134 – www.people.ie"

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westmeath / politics / elections / event notice Friday May 30, 2008 12:35 by Sinn Fein
Public Meeting on Lisbon Treaty
Speakers: Arthur Morgan, TD
Cllr Martin Kenny , Leitrim
Mags Glennon, People Movement read full story / add a comment
westmeath / eu / event notice Sunday March 09, 2008 20:25 by June Kelly
PUBLIC MEETING

Thursday 27th March, 8pm
Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar, County Westmeath

THE LISBON TREATY:
THE RENAMED EU CONSTITUTION

Speakers: Patricia McKenna (Former Green Party MEP)
Frank Keoghan (Secretary People’s Movement)
Chairperson: Betty Doran (Green Party)

Further details: 0861963134
Visit: www.people.ie

The People’s Movement is a non-party-political movement that seeks to extend popular sovereignty and to promote democratic values in Irish life. It opposes EU supranational control at all levels of society and seeks to counteract its dominance in Irish political life.
Patrons: Robert Ballagh, Alderman Declan Bree, Raymond Deane, Terence P.McCaughey, Finian McGrath TD, Professor John Maguire, Dervla Murphy
Secretary: Frank Keoghan (087 2308330 info@people.ie

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westmeath / eu / event notice Sunday March 09, 2008 20:11 by June Kelly
PUBLIC MEETING

Thursday 27th March, 8pm
Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar

THE LISBON TREATY:
THE RENAMED EU CONSTITUTION

Speakers: Patricia McKenna (Former Green Party MEP)
Frank Keoghan (Secretary People’s Movement)
Chairperson: Betty Doran (Green Party)

Further details: 0861963134

Visit: www.people.ie

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