Monthly Archives: June 2020

Town Centres Living pilot project

The pandemic-induced lockdown was, in every sense, an unexpected shock to people all over planet Earth. We are, by nature, creatures of habit and we do not like system failure of the kind that causes us to forego the habitual. How … Continue reading

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Courtown Beach ‘Swept Away’

‘Throughout the country, our shores are being ravaged by erosion which has been exacerbated in recent years due to the effects of climate change. Courtown is a very dramatic example with its beautiful golden sands effectively swept away virtually overnight. … Continue reading

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Crunch time for the Greens

Green Party members from all over the island of Ireland have spent today tuned into an  all-day online Special Convention to decide whether or not the party should go into government on the basis of the draft Programme for Government. The … Continue reading

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Wexford Festival bows to the inevitable

Wexford Festival Opera has just announced that, due to the continuing impact of the pandemic, it will not be running with a physical event this year. The event will, instead, be a totally online affair starting Oct 11 and ending … Continue reading

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Draft Programme for Government

FG, FF and the Green Party have, between them, come up with a draft Programme for Government. The GP Parliamentary Party has accepted it – 9 votes in favour, 3 abstentions and none against. The party membership will now vote … Continue reading

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