Galway native Alan Sweeny has embarked on a journey on foot from Galway to the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels saying he wishes to go to “protest against the current Homelessness and Cost of Living Crisis in Ireland.”
- Irish visitor in Valencia reported sexual assault to police on last night of holiday
- He agreed to walk with two men before they tore his clothes off and raped him
- Spanish police are hunting pair, who are 'of Arabic origin with a French accent'
- Doctor who examined him after June 18 attack saw injuries consistent with rape
License fee-funded state broadcaster the BBC hired “trans and nonbinary inclusion” consultants to train its staff that there were at least 150 different genders.
The preliminary results of the 2022 Census were released by the Central Statistics Office yesterday. The headline in one outlet that ironically used to pride itself on checking other people’s facts – to the effect that the population of Ireland is “the highest since 1841” – is just wrong. The population of Ireland was 8,175,124. The population of Ireland in 1851 following the Great Hunger was 6.5 million. There was no such entity as the 26-county state in 1841.
Here’s where every state stands on abortion in post-Roe America.
The US Supreme Court has overturned the Roe v Wade decision which interpreted the US Constitution in 1973 as providing a right to abortion.