Fashion preferences of COVID19

Last night, I passed by Dunnes Stores to pick up few items for dinner and I noticed that the clothing section was open which was a nice surprise. I ventured in that part of the shop , picked an item from the sportswear and on my way to the till I stopped looking in astonishment at the wall created out of packs of nappies, kitchen towers, toilet paper and mineral water. What on earth, I thought? I moved along it checking if the bizarre storage ...

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Main road by the Dublin Port blocked by the anti-lockdown protest heading from O’Connell Bridge

Today at 2pm on O’Connell Bridge in Dublin a significant group of protesters gathered to show their dissent from the imposed lockdown level 5 restrictions which are in operation from today onwards for 6 weeks. After few brief speeches, the protesters moved along Custom House Quay and N Wall Quay until they reached the Samuel Beckett Bridge where the line of the Garda members was blocking the way further down the river. The march under many tri...

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Call for action to protest against the upcoming legislation introducing on-the-spot fine

We ask again for your engagement in protest against the planned new law, which aims to introduce so-called on-the-spot fines. We propose sending protest e-mails to all TD's and Senators in the Irish Parliament. The text of the sample e-mail for use as well as the relevant e-mail addresses are attached below and we urge you very strongly to participate in this action. Of course, the content of the email can be changed and adapted to your own th...

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