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Shell bomb arrests made

Arrests have been made in connection with a bomb which was found outside Shell’s head office in Dublin last September. It was believed the device was used as part of a protest against the controversial Corrib gas pipeline.

Topaz start the big changeover at Galway service stations

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Galway motorists will soon notice a big change when they go to fill up their cars at their local service station becauseTopaz, Ireland’s largest fuels and retail convenience business has been busy transforming every Shell and Statoil service station in Galway as part of its ambitious national rebranding programme.

Reclaim Glendad Beach party this weekend

Rossport Solidarity Camp have organised a Reclaim the Beach party on Glengad beach this weekend, Saturday August 9 and Sunday August 10.

Special court sittings for Shell protesters

During Belmullet District Court on Wednesday, Judge Conal Gibbons adjourned a number of cases which relate to recent protests against the Corrib Gas project, to special court sittings in July, September, and October.

Government announce new initiative to sort Corrib gas issue

The long rumbling saga of the Corrib gas project was given some fresh impetus yesterday when Minister of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív along with Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resource Éamon Ryan announced a new initiative to resolve the issue.

The time to talk has come

Accuse me of being bought or brainwashed, but having spent a couple of days in Holland viewing onshore gas pipelines, gas refineries and meeting with experts who are employed by NAM, a leading Dutch gas company, I can’t help but feel reassured about the Corrib Gas Project.

Corrib gas wells completed and ready for production

Five wells needed to supply the Corrib gas terminal at Bellanaboy have been completed and made ready for production. Completion work on the wells was finalised on December 10 by the Sedco 711 drilling rig which has been operating at the Corrib field since early May.

Shell to Sea hopes for New Year fresh thinking

As a new year dawns Shell to Sea is hoping it will bring some fresh thinking and has urged both the Government and Shell to halt what they term the “ill-conceived” Corrib gas project until such time as the concerns of the local community have been adequately dealt with.

What should Ireland do with its oil resources?

Ireland has possibly €5.4 trillion worth of oil lying off the west coast, but nothing is being done by the State to claim it or even stake a claim for it.

Imprisoned Harrington missed London conference

Imprisoned school teacher Maura Harrington who was invited to speak at an event in London arranged by a coalition of human rights organisations, was unable to do so because she was still detained in Mountjoy Prison. The event, which took place on Monday, was organised by the remember saro-wiwa coalition to highlight the Wiwa vs Shell trial.


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