Rebecca Pedlow is a journalist-turned-chef who was struck with an idea when organising her civil partnership and hen night. It was tough finding the things she wanted, so she decided to set up her own company.
Tomorrow, a Volunteer Convention for the Yes campaign takes place in Dublin city centre. It’s organised by Yes Equality – get in touch for details! Here are some highlights of what else is coming up over the next few days.
Last November, The Trailblazery arrived in Co. Clare for “Living on the Edge.” There, in The Great Hall of the Temple Gate Hotel, Ennis, Orla Vaughan addressed the assembled crowd. This is Orla’s story.
A largely unchanged starting side has been named, as Ireland prepare to take on the English in Ashbourne this Friday night. At the half-way point in this year’s Six Nations, the fixture will be streamed live online by the IRFU.
This evening, the Children and Family Relationships Bill will be introduced to Dáil Éireann for the first time. The Bill, which was published last week, will be debated after 5pm tonight, as well as tomorrow and on Thursday.
Ahead of the release of their debut music video, Elm is one to watch – and not just because all of the band members are on the LGBT team (although, of course, that helps). Keep an eye and ear out for their distinctive sound!
On Thursday, Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD indicated that the date for the marriage referendum would be 22nd May. In between checking the register and bracing yourself for the up-coming debates, you can get out and get active in the campaign.
Last night on RTÉ’s Prime Time, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, announced that he expected the marriage referendum to take place on 22nd May next. Just pencil it in the diaries for now, though, as this date has yet to be confirmed by the Minister for the Environment.
The Gender Recognition Bill has completed its passage through the Seanad, and will next be debated in the Dáil at a date to be decided. In the meantime, TENI is calling on supporters to contact their TDs to address the shortcomings which remain in the Bill.
This afternoon, members of Seanad Éireann will conclude their debates on the Gender Recognition Bill 2014. The Bill, which has been heavily criticised, was introduced in the Seanad late last month. It will later be introduced to the Dáil for completion of the legislative process.