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HIGHLIGHTS: Saints 1-0 Sligo Rovers (14/08/22)

HIGHLIGHTS: Saints 1-0 Sligo Rovers (14/08/22)

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‘THE CLOCK’ Goal of the Month Nominees - June/July 2022

‘THE CLOCK’ Goal of the Month Nominees - June/July 2022

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Cork Gardai renew appeal for missing Man Peter O'Loughlin

Cork Gardai renew appeal for missing Man Peter O'Loughlin

Gardaí at Gurranabraher in Cork are seeking the publics help in tracing the whereabouts of 37 year old Peter O'Loughlin who is missing from his home at Lee Road, Cork since Monday, 4th July 2022. Gardaí and Peter’s family are concerned for his welfare. Peter is described as
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Norway Feminist who said Men cant be Women, Mothers or Lesbians could serve 3 years in Jail

Norway Feminist who said Men cant be Women, Mothers or Lesbians could serve 3 years in Jail

A Norwegian Feminist is facing a possible three year Jail term following a disagreement with a Transgender activist on Twitter. Christina Ellingsen of Women's Declaration International, an Organisation which campaigns for the protection of Women's identity is being investigated by Police under Hate Crime legislation for a number of
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New Poll shows 60% oppose taxpayer funded abortions

New poll findings released today show that “key aspects of the Government’s abortion proposals currently before the Dáil are clearly out of step with public opinion,” according to the Pro Life Campaign.

80% of respondents to the latest Amárach poll say doctors and healthcare workers should not be forced against their conscience to carry out abortions. 20% of those who took part in the poll believe doctors should be forced to perform abortions against their conscience.

 

Commenting on the findings, Dr Ruth Cullen of the Pro Life Campaign said: “The Government’s abortion Bill contains no positive right to conscientious objection from having to perform abortions. If the Bill passes in its current form, doctors, nurses and midwives could be forced to carry out abortions regardless of their deeply held personal views on the issue. It’s clear from the poll findings that the public do not wish to see healthcare workers being compelled to act against their conscience.”

Dr Cullen said: “Another revealing finding in the poll is that by a slim majority the public don’t believe doctors opposed to abortion should be forced to arrange for another doctor to carry out the procedure. This is a particularly encouraging result given that there has been virtually no public debate on the very real and serious concerns many GPs have at being forced by the Government to arrange for the abortion to take place if they seek opt outs from performing the procedure itself.

“The poll findings show that the overwhelming majority of the public back freedom of conscience protections in contrast to the way the Government is coercing healthcare workers to do something they believe to be abhorrent. What the Government is doing is unconscionable. They keep saying that freedom of conscience is protected but when you look closely at the Bill, it is not. They will simply have to insert proper freedom of conscience protections into the Bill.”

Dr Cullen said: “60% of those questioned in the poll say they are opposed to taxpayer funded abortion. This is another significant finding. The Government has made it clear that provision of abortion in Ireland is to be exclusively funded by the taxpayer and announced in last week’s Budget that €12 million is being allocated for the rollout of abortion in Ireland in 2019. The poll however makes clear that the public do not support taxpayer funded abortions by a significant margin.”

 

Dr Cullen pointed out that “69% of those surveyed believe doctors should be obliged to give babies that survive the abortion procedure proper medical care rather than leaving the babies to die alone and unaccompanied. It is a widely publicised fact that in countries where abortion is legal that some babies do survive the procedure. The Government however is point blank refusing amendments that would err on the side of giving proper medical care to these babies rather than leaving them in corners to expire.
  

“79% of people polled said they favour a woman seeking an abortion being offered the choice of seeing an ultrasound before going through with the abortion. Minister Harris’s Bill makes no provision for facilitating this kind of basic information. Everything in his Bill is focussed on paving the way for abortion.”

 
Commenting on the overall results of the poll, Dr Cullen said: “Simon Harris promised there would be ‘ample time’ after the referendum to scrutinise any proposed legislation but like so many other things he has completely reneged on his promise and is now railroading the Bill through the Dáil for fear the cracks in his proposal start to show. Minister Harris likes to portray his Bill as enjoying the overwhelming support of the public but it’s easy to see from today’s poll findings that this is simply not the case. He can pretend that the very real concerns of doctors and others don’t exist but I can assure him they will not go away until they are addressed, regardless of how long it takes.”

The questions analysed in the poll were included in Amárach’s monthly online omnibus poll of 1,000 adults aged 18 and over. The research reported here is based on findings from this omnibus fieldwork. The research was commissioned by the Pro Life Campaign and was conducted in August 2018.

   
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Remember the Dublin Grassroots Network - "No Borders No Nations" . How is that going for us now

Remember the Dublin Grassroots Network - "No Borders No Nations" . How is that going for us now

The Dublin Grassroots Network was a coalition of radical socialist and communist groups which arose from the national Grassroots Gathering in 2001. Its activists came from campaigns focusing on issues such as pro-abortion activism, anti-racism, housing, environment and anti-war with many describing themselves as anarchists, feminists, socialists and ecologists. Its
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96% fall in climate related deaths over past century

96% fall in climate related deaths over past century

Figures from the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) show that over the past 100 years, climate related deaths from storms, floods, droughts, wildfires and extreme temperatures have dropped by 96%, from an average of 485,000 per year in the 1920s to 18,000 per year in
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Norway Feminist who said Men cant be Women, Mothers or Lesbians could serve 3 years in Jail

Norway Feminist who said Men cant be Women, Mothers or Lesbians could serve 3 years in Jail

A Norwegian Feminist is facing a possible three year Jail term following a disagreement with a Transgender activist on Twitter. Christina Ellingsen of Women's Declaration International, an Organisation which campaigns for the protection of Women's identity is being investigated by Police under Hate Crime legislation for a number of
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Cork Gardai renew appeal for missing Man Peter O'Loughlin

Cork Gardai renew appeal for missing Man Peter O'Loughlin

Gardaí at Gurranabraher in Cork are seeking the publics help in tracing the whereabouts of 37 year old Peter O'Loughlin who is missing from his home at Lee Road, Cork since Monday, 4th July 2022. Gardaí and Peter’s family are concerned for his welfare. Peter is described as
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Cork Gardai renew appeal for missing Man Peter O'Loughlin

Cork Gardai renew appeal for missing Man Peter O'Loughlin

Gardaí at Gurranabraher in Cork are seeking the publics help in tracing the whereabouts of 37 year old Peter O'Loughlin who is missing from his home at Lee Road, Cork since Monday, 4th July 2022. Gardaí and Peter’s family are concerned for his welfare. Peter is described as
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Galway Man begins walk to Brussels to protest Cost of Living and Homeless crisis

Galway Man begins walk to Brussels to protest Cost of Living and Homeless crisis

A Galway Man has begun a 28 day , 605 mile (974km) Walk to the EU Commission in Brussels to protest the Homeless and Cost of Living Crisis in Ireland. Alan Sweeney from Kilcolgan in Galway began the first leg of his Journey from Kilcolgan towards Dublin Port , a walk which will
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Mayo : Protest held against Drag Queen Story Hour for children

Mayo : Protest held against Drag Queen Story Hour for children

A protest against a Drag Queen Story hour for children took place outside a Westport Bookshop on Friday. Tertulia Books was the venue for a Drag Queen Story Hour for children in association with Mayo Pride . The event entitled "Story Time with Aunt Annie" was described by
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Homeless worker - homeless people being put out of hostels to house ukrainians

Homeless worker - homeless people being put out of hostels to house ukrainians

A Homeless worker in Dublin has spoken out about the treatment of Long Term Homeless People in Dublin . She is asking for equal treatment for Long Term Homeless people when it comes to accommodation.
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Large Turnout for annual Pro-Life Rally in Dublin

Large Turnout for annual Pro-Life Rally in Dublin

There was a large turnout in Dublin this afternoon for the 16th All Ireland Rally for Life. Pro-life supporters from accross Ireland gathered at the G arden of Remembrance on Parnell Square where they made their way d own O’Connell Street to the Custom's House where
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Westmeath - Direct Provision Centre opens in  Kinnegad, "numerous incidents reported"

Westmeath - Direct Provision Centre opens in Kinnegad, "numerous incidents reported"

A Direct Provision Centre for Asylum Seekers has opened in Kinnegad. It is understood 150 Men arrived at Harry's Hotel over the weekend amid a surge in the number of people claiming asylum in Ireland. Writing on social media Local Councillor Denis Leonard said that people felt -
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US Supreme Court overturns law that required States to permit abortions

US Supreme Court overturns law that required States to permit abortions

The US Supreme Court has struck out a 1973 abortion ruling (Roe v. Wade) which required all states to permit abortions . In a Final Ruling issued on Friday Justice Samuel Alito wrote that Roe v. Wade was .. "egregiously wrong and deeply damaging" .."was on a collision
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Letters - SARI -  Politicisation of Sport , How organisations are using sport for political agendas

Letters - SARI - Politicisation of Sport , How organisations are using sport for political agendas

In this article I continue my examination of how Anti-Racism is often used as a front to implement political agendas within sport and society in general. Previous Articles When Anti-Racism isn't about Anti-Racism Cork FCCB-ultras-dragging-the-club-towards-left-wing-politics Rovers-examining-the-agenda-to-purport-a-racism-problem-when-none-exists In this Article I take a look at SARI -
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USA - Homeland Security Warns Pro-Life groups of likely attacks from "extremist group"

USA - Homeland Security Warns Pro-Life groups of likely attacks from "extremist group"

The Department of Homeland Security in America has warned Catholic Churches and Pro-Life Organisations accross the Country that they face likely attacks from an 'extremist' abortion group should the US Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade , the 1973 decision that legalised abortion in america. In a memo circulated by the Diocese
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Letters: Dungarvan Pride - Drag Queen explicit behaviour at "fun for all ages" event

Letters: Dungarvan Pride - Drag Queen explicit behaviour at "fun for all ages" event

On Saturday 18th of June , Dungarvan in County Waterford held its first Pride Festival at Walton Park. The event which was sponsored by Waterford City/County Council and GSK Dungarvan , was billed as "fun for all ages" and described as "an event for everyone" by Emilene Stafford co-chair of
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Ivaus ☘

Aug 13 , 4:29 pm
IRELAND IS SOVEREIGN,always was and is under OUR CONSTITUTION.When was the Constitution of Ireland abolished,and by whom?
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dublin lad

Aug 12 , 8:59 am
his party identity ireland were the first to challenge the consensus and ruffle some feathers. I like the idea of a sovereign ireland were we can control our borders and our laws . they probably went a bit far on certain issues but its good to open debate around these things.

Ro

Aug 11 , 12:09 pm
I hope peter is ok and will contact his family soon. I never knew him only of his political party identity ireland but its a difficult road for people when they voice political beliefs that go against the narrative in Ireland. I recently saw a left-wing group (@IrlagainstFash) actually celebrating getting people fired from their jobs because of the person's political beliefs while at the same time banging on about 'workers rights' and 'the working class' and 'wo
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