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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.

Talks take place today between ministers and Corrib community groups

Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Eamon Ryan and Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív have announced that community representatives from Pobal Chill Chomáin and Pobal le Chéile will meet with representatives of Royal Dutch Shell in Dublin today (Friday March 20).

Arrests mount at Glengad while protester’s fishing boat sinks

There were eight people arrested at Glengad beach in north Mayo on public order charges yesterday (Thursday).

Ministers to meet in Belmullet as anti-Shell tensions mount

The Minister for Communications, Energy, and Natural Resources Eamon Ryan and Minister for Community, Rural, and Gaeltacht Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív will attend the Community Forum for Development in North West Mayo in Belmullet this Monday, during a chaotic period where escalating tensions in the local community continue to grow .

Arrival of pipe laying ship to raise tensions in Corrib gas dispute

The arrival of the world’s largest pipe laying ship, the Solitaire, in Broadhaven Bay as it attempts to lay a gas pipeline to connect the Corrib gas project’s inshore refinery with the gas field at sea has fuelled tensions in Erris this week.

Rossport residents meet SDLP leader

Rossport residents Willie and Mary Corduff and Vincent McGrath, chairman of Pobal Chill Chomáin, travelled to Derry last Friday where they raised concerns about the Corrib gas project with senior politicians and local media.


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