Irish Neutrality Suffering Death by a Thousand Cuts

Irish Neutrality Suffering Death by a Thousand Cuts

November 26, 2022

  In recent times our Irish government is doing all it can to end Irish neutrality against the wishes of the Irish people. The Fine Gael Ard Fheis passed a motion to effectively scrap the triple lock on sending Irish soldiers on overseas

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LEAGUE PROTEST SUDAN STONING SENTENCE

October 22, 2022

LEAGUE PROTEST SUDAN STONING SENTENCE   The Celtic League has sent protests to the Embassies of Sudan in Dublin, Paris and London expressing concern at the sentence of death by stoning of a young woman in the White Nile state of Sudan: Dear

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Interview with Bernard Moffatt Celtic League with Highland Radio Donegal on submarine activity

Interview with Bernard Moffatt Celtic League with Highland Radio Donegal on submarine activity

September 16, 2022

Is This the Mystery Donegal Submarine? Highland Radio is a local radio service for the County Donegal. Some weeks ago they did any interview with Bernard Moffatt the Assistant General Secretary off the Celtic League on submarine activity of the Donegal coast. Below

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Cliodhna Cussen, sculptor, artist and author, RIP – a tribute

August 21, 2022

Cliodhna Cussen was an Irish sculptor, artist and author. She was born in Newcastle West, County Limerick in 1932 and died on August 1st, 2022. She lived in Dublin and was married to Pádraig Ó Snodaigh a poet, writer and publisher (Coiscéim), who was editor

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UK Reneges on International agreement on Northern Protocol

UK Reneges on International agreement on Northern Protocol

June 29, 2022

The legislation pushed through its first stage by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnston, altering the terms of the Protocol agreed with the EU is a clear breach of International law. This endangers the Good Friday Agreement and panders to the DUP leader, Jeffrey

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President of Ireland Condemns Housing Crisis –  ‘a Disaster’

President of Ireland Condemns Housing Crisis –  ‘a Disaster’

June 29, 2022

At the official opening in mid-June of a new facility for young homeless people near Naas in Co Kildare Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, spoke out on the dire situation of housing and homelessness in the State. He condemned the housing crisis

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Celtic League – Twelve Years as an Accredited UN NGO

Celtic League – Twelve Years as an Accredited UN NGO

June 29, 2022

The Celtic League celebrates twelve years this year as an accredited Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) to the UN Department of Economic and Social AffaIrs (DESA). The League was granted ‘roster status’ to the Economic and Social Committee (ECOSOC) after an application by the

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French Navy Back Down Over Military Exercise in Irish EEZ

French Navy Back Down Over Military Exercise in Irish EEZ

June 29, 2022

The French Navy have revised their plans to carry out live firing of missiles in an area of the Irish EEZ. The planned exercise which aped a similar move by Russian earlier this year was opposed by Fishermen’s Organisations in the South West

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NILS Scheme Will Help Financially Challenged

NILS Scheme Will Help Financially Challenged

June 29, 2022

A scheme to provide NO INTEREST loans to those in need is to be expanded to Wales and N Ireland. This from Nation Cymru: “A new scheme supported by the Welsh Government which provides interest-free loans to the financially vulnerable, will be piloted

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The Girl in the Green Polka Dot Skirt – The Photographer

The Girl in the Green Polka Dot Skirt – The Photographer

June 29, 2022

It’s an iconic photo of the 1973 IRA volunteer – a woman member of Cumann na mBan – with a rifle in Belfast it’s often been used but these items focus on the story of the photographer who took this and others at

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