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national / summit mobilisations / feature Saturday April 03, 2004 16:40 by eeekkk   text 53 comments (last - friday april 16, 2004 17:55)   image 4 images
'Mayday Mayday Hi-Voltage' read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday March 31, 2004 18:41 by Paul Kinsella   text 18 comments (last - friday april 02, 2004 12:32)
The Morning Show on Newstalk 106 (a Dublin news and current affairs station) are doing a May Day feature tomorrow morning (Thursday, April 1st) from 10am. They will be discussing all aspects of the May Day protests planned throughout the day, and the traditional meaning of May Day, including the traditional May Day March on May 1st organised by the Dublin Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) , but which was cancelled this year because O'Connell Street was to have been closed for the now cancelled concert (maybe you might reconsider your decision now DCTU in light of the changed circumstances?). I encourage everyone to not only tune into Newstalk 106FM from 10am tomorrow morning, but to also participate in the debate by phoning in, texting and emailing. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / press release Wednesday March 31, 2004 15:35 by Indymedia Ireland Editorial Group   text 9 comments (last - sunday april 11, 2004 19:39)   image 1 image
How to get to the Independent Media Centre And what you'll find once you get there. Thanks Dunk read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday March 31, 2004 14:17 by Indymedia Ireland Editorial Group   text 2 comments (last - friday april 02, 2004 16:55)
The Indymedia centre will run for 10 days, from Friday April 23rd, until Monday May 3rd, and will host a large range of events. This is the provisional listing of what's going on in the Indymedia Mayday Centre. read full story / add a comment
Garda Riot Rraining for Mayday
international / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday March 31, 2004 12:21 by Maydayer   text 21 comments (last - thursday april 29, 2004 20:08)   image 9 images   audio 1 audio file
Are you going to Dublin for Mayday?
INFOMERCIAL 2min - Video MPEG/Win Audio MP3
BRING THE NOISE! The EU Ministers dine in the opulence of Farmleigh House on Saturday evening May 1st in Dublin’s Phonix Park to celebrate the imperalist expansion of Europe. Join us in a weekend of resistance
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/2004/03/288187.wmv read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / feature Tuesday March 30, 2004 22:21 by Indymedia Ireland Editorial Group   text 17 comments (last - thursday april 15, 2004 02:05)   image 4 images
Information about the proposed Independent Media Centre for MayDay. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / news report Tuesday March 30, 2004 20:45 by me   text 7 comments (last - thursday april 01, 2004 11:59)
O'Connell Street traders have objected to the disruption that would be caused as the street would need to be closed for up to 7 days to erect and then dismantle the stage.
The Phoenix park is obviously out because all the noise might disrupt the dignitaries nin farmleigh. Looks like the "Day of Welcomes" is gonna be off limits to people both from within the current EU and from the accession countries (due to restrictions of the freedom of movement for eastern Europeans)

This decision will possibly have an impact on the level of political protests that will take place on May 1st read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / feature Saturday March 27, 2004 16:58 by Badman   text 37 comments (last - sunday march 20, 2005 13:15)   image 4 images
Early copies of Saturday's Independent reveal that Ireand's biggest selling daily has leapt into the media hysteria that is building up around Mayday. The Independent is the latest paper to join in the frenzy, in the wake of an anonymous smear campaign in the tabloids, which sought to link protestors to terrorism and football hooligans. read full story / add a comment
dublin / summit mobilisations / press release Friday March 26, 2004 15:19 by Dublin Grassroots Nework   text 18 comments (last - saturday march 27, 2004 01:29)
One of the main groups organising protests against Dublin's EU summit in May has criticised an anonymous smear campaign aimed at undermining the right to protest. In a statement issued today, Dublin Grassroots said "For the past few weeks the national media has been drip-fed with anonymous allegations claiming that protestors are only interested in violence and destruction." read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Tuesday March 23, 2004 14:05 by Peter Sutherland's Nemesis   text 56 comments (last - monday april 19, 2004 20:47)
"Garda Inspector Ray McHugh revealed the gardai are being advised by police forces around the globe on how to beat the [May 1st]anarchist menace." - KEN MURRAY Sunday Mirror, March 21, 2004.
I wonder is it possible that someone (!) who has the time to work with the Indymedia Collective Editorial Team could assign themselves the task of collecting the names and 'journalism' of outrageous anti-democratic no-research-necessary corporate-nonsense journalists for the purpose of inviting them to a debate in public on the theme of Journalism And Democracy. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / news report Saturday March 20, 2004 13:43 by Indymedia Ireland Editorial Group
Indymedia public meeting
Teachers’ Club, Dublin
13th March, 2004

Called to discuss the formation of a media support group and the provision of a Mayday media centre read full story / add a comment

dublin / summit mobilisations / feature Tuesday March 09, 2004 00:03 by Indymedia Ireland Editorial Group   text 14 comments (last - friday march 04, 2005 00:39)   image 5 images   1 attached file
Indymedia Ireland to establish a support group and physical Indymedia centre for Mayday.

Last week two major steps were taken in the development of Indymedia in Ireland. These steps were prompted by two major events coming up in Ireland in the next few months, the accession of the 10 new EU members on May 1st during Ireland's EU presidency and the visit of George Bush to Ireland on June 25th for a US-EU summit. These events present a great challenge and a great opportunity for Indymedia. We can be sure that a large number of people from all over the world will come to Indymedia to find out what's really happening behind the facade of the corporate and state propaganda machines. read full story / add a comment

national / summit mobilisations / feature Tuesday February 10, 2004 19:18 by IMC Ireland Editorial   text 47 comments (last - monday april 19, 2004 20:17)   image 5 images
Ireland on Sunday: Commentary on Front Page and Feature by Deirdre Tynan.

Discussions about the role of corporate media usually end up being esoteric discussions about the subtle misdirection and bias exposed by Chomsky and Hermann. Sometimes though the corporate media just lets it all hang out and tells such huge porkies that it's hard to believe. Perhaps the most "skilled" example of the art of complete and utter lies that has sullied our eyes is the work of "journalist" Deirdre Tynan and her editors and publishers at Ireland on Sunday.

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national / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Tuesday February 10, 2004 17:05 by James O'Brien   text 24 comments (last - thursday january 13, 2011 13:45)   image 3 images
Last Sunday, Feb 8th, Ireland on Sunday published a scare story about anarchism and the forthcoming EU protests. Below is a reply. read full story / add a comment
Bertie - Euro Fraud
dublin / summit mobilisations / press release Friday January 30, 2004 14:11 by Jenny K   text 26 comments (last - sunday april 11, 2004 19:26)   image 1 image
Activists from the Dublin Grassroots network are calling for a European day of action in Dublin on Saturday, May 1st, as the highlight of a weekend of action from Friday April 30th, to Monday May 3rd. These days of action will focus on symbols of all that is wrong with the EU as it currently stands: militarism, neo-liberalism, fortress Europe and the EU police state. We are inviting people from all over Europe, and the world, to join us in Dublin on Mayday to show our leaders that their agenda for EU integration, driven by the wealthy and powerful, will face resistance. We will also be using the days of action to highlight local issues and campaigns which are linked to the broader problems of corporate globalisation and the EU. read full story / add a comment
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