A photo Minister Murphy launching the Land Development Agency at Government Buildings with the subtitle "This is about taking public land in strategic locations and putting it to public good".
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Another week, another snazzy video of the rolling hillsides to convince us Fine Gael are working hard. We take a look behind the press release to understand the Land Development Agency.

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Solidarity Volume 1 is an upcoming album being released by SESH FM in early August to raise much-needed funds for organisations supporting the rights of Palestinians. The project came to be as the artists featured on the album found themselves to be dissatisfied with the response of the Irish government

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In a talk given to Workers’ Party members in Dublin, Varghese Joy, President of Kranthi Ireland, reports on the current political situation in India and the work of the Communist Party of India Marxist in combating the attacks on workers, farmers and minorities by the BJP government. India is currently

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60,000 people joined in a sunny Dublin Pride 2018 yesterday. LookLeft stopped by and asked a few why they were marching. Here’s what they said.

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A large crowd gathered at the Spire in Dublin City Centre yesterday to show their solidarity with the Palestinian people in their Great March of Return, marking the 51st year of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.

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Rosa Gilbert speaks to Kurdish women in Rojava about their support for the Yes campaign in Ireland and their own struggle for liberation As Ireland prepares tomorrow for its referendum on the constitutional amendment prohibiting free, safe, legal abortion, women and health workers in Rojava have expressed their solidarity with Irish

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This morning, a number of pro-choice activists campaigning with Dublin Mid West Together for Yes for a Yes vote in Friday’s referendum held a demonstration in Clondalkin, highlighting the cases of Irish women who have been forced to travel abroad to access abortion. Twelve women wearing black Repeal jumpers stood amidst

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As the campaign for a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum intensifies in its final week, a debate on the issue was hosted by Malayalam, a cultural association made up mostly of Indians living in Ireland, took place in Clondalkin, West Dublin on Sunday. A variety of those from both

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Dublin recently had the dubious honour of surpassing London in terms of how much it costs to live here, with Dubliners spending an average of 55% of their take-home pay on rent. In a rental market fraught with fraudulent Daft.ie listings, Airbnb rentals pushing residents out of the city, bunk beds piled

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The complete change in political landscape which has brought about a referendum to repeal the 8th amendment has been thanks to many small but organised groups around the country making it impossible to ignore the issue any longer. LookLeft met with one such group, Dublin North West Together For Yes.

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LookLeft 26 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include: The Battle for Ireland’s Soul – Francis Donohoe reports on the battle for reproductive rights in Ireland. Debate: Is Labour Left? – Labour Party NEC member

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The anti-democratic offensive in Brazil that began with the impeachment of leftist President Rousseff in 2016 has intensified in recent weeks with high profile assassinations of left-wing activists; threats of military intervention and even the jailing of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Piece by piece any progressive reforms

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