Éirígí activists have voted to amend the party name to ‘Éirígí For A New Republic’. The amendment received unanimous support at the recent Éirígí Ard Fheis with all those present voting in favour of the
On December 19th last, spontaneous protests broke out in Sudan’s main cities and towns, in opposition to further austerity measures by autocratic dictator, Omar al-Bashir.
The right-wing political, economic and social forces that dominate Ireland today are deeply-embedded, well-resourced and highly-organised. They will not give up their power or privileges easily. It will take
The latest research carried out by the ERSI on the performance of pupils who study English for the Leaving Certificate has showed that Gaelscoil pupils outperform others in this subject in state examinations.
That the British government and its agencies in the Six Counties again stand accused of deliberately withholding and delaying disclosure in the cases of at least 20 murders carried out by unionist murder-gangs between 1988 and 1994
Ciarán Heaphy is the Éirígí representative for the Whitehall / Artane Local Electoral Area. In May he will be standing on behalf of Éirigí for election to Dublin City Council.
ens of the thousands of people, including Éirígí members and supporters, took to the streets of Dublin today (February 9) to march in support of striking nurses and their demand for an improved public healthcare system.
This morning our nurses and midwives are out on strike again for the third day of stoppages across the twenty six counties. To date the Fine Gael led government has merely tried
Brian Leeson is calling on the Department of Education and Skills to reveal the projected costs associated with Grafton House in the Sandyford Industrial Estate. The Department are currently seeking planning
Yesterday (February 2) saw the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation add another two strike dates to the five that are already planned for the month of February. The Psychiatric Nurses Association too are