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Protesters could delay removal of stuck truck, council warns

The actions of protesters in blocking “necessary equipment” to help the removal of a truck carrying the part of a giant tunnel boring machine that became stuck at a rural crossroads in north Mayo on Tuesday morning, could slow down the removal of the truck, according to Mayo County Council.

Protesters could delay removal of stuck truck, council warns

The actions of protesters in blocking “necessary equipment” to help the removal of a truck carrying the part of a giant tunnel boring machine that became stuck at a rural crossroads in north Mayo on Tuesday morning, could slow down the removal of the truck, according to Mayo County Council.

Shell E&P Corrib Gas update

Progress on the Corrib gas project is satisfactory with the final phase – the construction of the onshore pipeline between Glengad and the Bellanaboy Bridge gas terminal - well under way, according to an update from Shell E&P Ireland Limited.

Protesters continue to attempt to halt works on gas pipeline

According to Shell to Sea on Wednesday 15 Shell to Sea campaigners entered Barrett's Quarry in Bangor and occupied vehicles in the quarry that were being used for the extraction of hardcore to be used as part of Shell’s onshore pipeline construction compound at Aughoose. This continued action is part of Shell to Sea’s continuing campaign against the project in north Mayo.

Socialist Party delegation joins gas protesters this week

A number of representatives from the Socialist Party were due to come to north Mayo yesterday to join in with Shell to Sea protesters at Shell’s tunnelling compound at Aghoos. The Socialist Party delegation was headed by Dublin MEP Paul Murphy, who took over the seat won by Joe Higgins at the last European elections following Higgins’ election to the Dáil in February. The group joined local protesters at the tunnelling compound yesterday (August 25).

Corrib ‘rape tape’ was tampered with, Minister for Justice reveals

It was revealed yesterday (Thursday) that the so called Corrib ‘rape tape’ was tampered with and as a result the five gardaí at the centre of an investigation will not face criminal charges.

Shell to Sea protesters halt Shell's peat works

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Four Shell to Sea protesters blocked a Bord na Mona site at Shramore, near Bangor on Tuesday morning, in order to prevent Shell from removing peat from the site.

Festival organisers offering support to assault victim

The Rossport Solidarity Camp has issued a statement in relation to an alleged sexual assault which took place at the Party Against The Pipe festival at Aghoos in north Mayo.

Four Corrib protestors arrested for public order offences

Four anti-Corrib campaigners were arrested on Tuesday afternoon after they attempted to block work at the Shell site in Aughoose, Belmullet. However, Shell to Sea criticised the actions of Belmullet gardaí, who claim that cable ties were used in the arrest of one woman and that a male was punched while in Garda custody.

Shell to Sea campaigner spoke at Dalai Lama conference

A prominent Shell to Sea campaigner was one of the speakers at an event in the Citywest Hotel, Dublin, last Wednesday which was attended by the Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama.

 

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