ALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respondALBA: Dounreay unprocessed foreign waste HSE respond

March 31, 2010

The HSE have responded to a query from the Celtic League about the storage of unprocessed nuclear material from foreign sources at the Dounreay nuclear facility. The League wrote to Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Nuclear Installations in February. See link below: https://groups.yahoo.com/group/celtic_league/message/3249

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March 31, 2010

The Celtic League has written to the EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Lazlo Andor, urging him to press the UK government to end discrimination against members of the Roma and Irish Traveller communities. The move comes after several well

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KERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protestKERNOW: Tamar bridge poll protest

March 31, 2010

The General Secretary (GS) of the Celtic League has written to the company that maintains and upkeeps the Tamar Bridge to air his concerns about a toll increase this month. The GS is following up on complaints made to the Kernow branch of

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ÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolishedÉIRE: Last physical example of infrastructure of tyranny demolished

March 27, 2010

In the 1950s the French occupation forces in Indochina, restricted from many parts of the country by the strength of the guerrilla fighters who opposed them, resorted to securing strategic locations outside their safe areas by constructing fortified watchtowers. It seems incredible that

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ÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closerÉIRE: Judgement day for death squad a step closer

March 27, 2010

In what has been described as a major legal development with profound implications for many other cases relatives of two IRA men killed by the British SAS near Loughgall in Co Armagh in 1990 are to take a case to the United Kingdoms

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March 27, 2010

Bòrd na Gàidhlig has expressed its disappointment over the announcement by the BBC that provision of BBC Alba on the terrestrial television system Freeview has been delayed. As we reported earlier this week a decision had been expected from the BBC Trust next

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ALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilitiesALBA: New Gaelic primary education facilities

March 27, 2010

An expansion of Gaelic education provision has been agreed by Councillors in Inverness. The new facility will involve the extension of existing Gaelic primary education facilities in the city’s Sir Walter Scott Drive. New classrooms and school office accomodation will be provided to

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League concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retiredLeague concerns vindicated as unsafe aircraft is prematurely retired

March 26, 2010

The RAF is finally to ground the controversial Nimrod maritime reconnaissance aircraft. The aircraft which has been the subject of several fatal accidents is now well over thirty years old. Following a critical safety assessment some years ago the Celtic League questioned its

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March 26, 2010

2010 is the `European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion’ however as we reported earlier this week when it comes to members of the Roma and Travelling community social ‘inclusion’ seems to be at the bottom of the agenda for both the

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ÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extraditionÉIRE: Basque man to fight extradition

March 26, 2010

Jose Ignacio de Juana Chaos who is currently living with his wife in Belfast is to appeal a ruling that he should be extradited from Northern Ireland to Spain. The Basque has already served over 21 years in jail on charges related to

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