- 200 million euro capital programme for Wexford
- Hinkley Point C Nuclear Plant
- Same Old, Same Old!
- Climate Change: the government still doesn’t get it
- Waterford to host Convention 2017
- Challenges facing Rural Ireland
- South East Economy Continues to Stagnate
- No Minister for Environment?
- Green Party welcomes Government u-turn on introducing pay-by-weight charges
- Green TD attacks parties for putting politics ahead of country
- ‘This election is make or break for the Green Party’
- Next politician that calls to your door ask him/her to outline their party’s environmental policy
- Same as it ever was!
- So where does the Green Party stand on the 8th Amendment?
- Still looking for a reason to vote Green?
Category Archives: Archives
We are just back from a very successful Convention 2013 in wild and windy Salthill. Inspirational talks and discussions, good motions, meeting up with old friends, and looking forward to a re-energised GP stepping up to the plate again. While … Continue reading
We wish you a happy, safe, peaceful … and green Christmas. Remember to separate and return your recyclables and send your compostables to the compost heap. Don’t leave the heating on all day. Or the lights. Walk instead of driving … Continue reading
Prof. Diarmaid Ferriter has resigned from the Board of the National Library in protest at government policy on culture. Zoning in the specific there is no doubt that Ferriter is particularly incensed at a government proposal that the National Archives … Continue reading
March 31 – Sowing, Planting and Growing Vegetables & Herbs April 21 Growing Crops in a Poly-Tunnel (incl. erecting tunnel) May 19 Managing Crops Through the Summer July 7 Harvesting & Storing Vegetables Having attended one of these courses last … Continue reading
Sir, Welcoming the call from Shane Morris to “develop evidence based, GM policies in a democratic manner” (Letters, March 13th) I would like to remind him of his own longitudinal analysis of university scientists opinion of GM food and crops. … Continue reading
And so we approach the shortest day of the year, the longest night, the Winter Solstice. In Pagan times this was traditionally one of the most important and sacred occasions in the calendar. It was a time to come together … Continue reading
Some of Ireland’s best-known musicians will be performing at a special anniversary concert to celebrate 30 years of the Greens in Ireland at Vicar Street on Sunday, 11 December The performers include: Dónal Lunny, who will have a rare musical … Continue reading
On Saturday, September 24 we are going foraging in the wild with the irrepressible and hugely knowledgeable Mary White as she takes us on The Blackstairs Eco Trail Tour. We meet at Mary’s house in Killedmond, near Borris at 12 … Continue reading
Redmond Park in Wexford Town will be a hive of activity next Sunday when the rescheduled Picnic in the Park brings together a feast of music, dance, arts and sports. Those energetic souls behind the “Love Redmond Park” campaign are … Continue reading
Members of the Green Party come together for “Meeting Point @ Carnsore” this weekend. Early birds arrive this evening with the majority arriving Saturday morning. Carnsore is, of course, famous for the anti-nuke festivals held there in 1978 and ’79. … Continue reading
Friends of The Raven, a group set up in the past year to keep a watchful eye on Raven Woods, have been very busy of late on the litter collection front. They have reported groups of youths camping in the … Continue reading
The Green Party held its Annual Convention on June 11. This was the first since the General Election and the first under new leader Eamonn Ryan. Wexford Green Stan Nangle was elected to the NEC. While numbers at this Convention … Continue reading
Councillor Danny Forde was delighted that a no nukes motion he put down at the most recent Wexford Borough Council meeting was passed unanimously. Here is the the motion: “That this Council, in light of the potentially catastrophic danger to … Continue reading
Co Wexford Organic Centre at Cushinstown, Co Wexford has a Fruit Growing course on Nov 5. Courses here run from 10am to 3pm. Cost is €40. Horticulturist and Manager Richard Mee is hugely knowledgable and, just as importantly, great at … Continue reading
Over 300 Green Party members from all over the country gathered in Dublin last weekend for one big self-analysis session: “who am i?”, “where am I coming from?” and “where am I going?”. We looked into the tea leaves, we … Continue reading
A meeting has been called for Monday, March 28 to discuss the best way to maximise the valuable resource that is Redmond Park, one of the few remaining green spaces in Wexford town. The park, which nominally is run by … Continue reading
“And I would ask the political economists, the moralists, if they have already calculated the number of individuals who must be condemned to wretchedness, to overwork, to demoralization, to infantilization, to despicable ignorance, to insurmountable misfortune, to utter penury, in … Continue reading
The Wexford greens hosted the National Green Party Convention 2009, arguably the most professional and best attended convention to date. The Convention drew Green supporters from across the country and overseas and was an enjoyable and fact filled event. Waterford … Continue reading