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The clock is ticking for bloggers who think they are immune from Ireland’s defamation laws and can libel and slag off who they like on social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook.
A blogger has apologised for defamatory tweets posted last month about Declan Ganley in what is believed to be the first legal settlement in the State involving Twitter content.
Insider has noted the reaction of people of the political persuasion of Declan Ganley to the idea of Galway erecting a monument (at no cost to the taxpayers) to Che Guevara and it prompted him to pen the following in response to Mr Ganley’s slurs that Guevara was a “mass murderer”, just to set it in context.
A war of words involving artist and designer Jim Fitzpatrick, controversial political campaigner Declan Ganley, and the Mayor of Galway Hildegarde Naughton has broken out over the proposal to erect a monument to Che Guevara in Galway.
It was a case of the pot calling the kettle black in the Dáil this week as the Moriarty Report was finally published and gave a damming account of how Esat Digifone was awarded the country’s second mobile phone licence with the help of former Fine Gael TD Michael Lowry.
A Tipperary man who ventured on to private woodlands in Tuam without permission chopping down up to 22 ancient and priceless ash trees to make hurleys was found guilty by a jury yesterday.
It is seven days to polling day and seven days to a new era in our political landscape.
Declan Ganley, the businessman, political campaigner, and founder of Libertas, will be in Galway this evening to launch a new novel based on themes of emigration.
While the flurry of autumn polls have been consistent in showing meltdown for Fianna Fáil and the election of a FG/Labour coalition, the most recent Red C poll in the Irish Sun showed a new dynamic entering the race.
Do you have what it takes to be Galway’s 12th JCI Young Entrepreneur of the year? The success of the JCI Galway Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award can be seen from its twelve years in existence. The competition celebrates the entrepreneurial vision of budding young Galway entrepreneurs such as past winners, Johnny Donnelly of Arcana, Joerg Mueller of Solaris Botanicals, Mike O’Connor of Bellissimo, Liam Dilleen of EZ Living, Pearce Flannery of Pragmatica and Declan Ganley of Rivada Communications to name a few. The diversity of business ventures has been the hallmark of the competition.