Gaelick.com brings you the latest in our marriage referendum series about the role of students and young people in securing a Yes vote in Ireland’s marriage referendum – this time from IT Tralee Students’ Union President, Ben Slimm
Cllr. Gillian Wharton-Slattery’s motion was passed last night by Kerry County Council with 18 councillors voting in favour, 7 against, 1 absent and 1 abstaining.Fair play to Cllr. Wharton-Slattery for tabling it, but bit disappointing that about a quarter of council voted against.
Happy Valentines day! Do you know what beats any number of chocolate roses? Political support for the particular form of relationship that happens to apply to you or someone you know.
The Sunday game after the (first!) All-Ireland hurling final, Des Cahill turned to the camera with a solemn look and explained that the All-Ireland Ladies football final would now be put back a week to due to the hurling replay.
As some of us recover from festive celebrations, we can ease through this week with plenty in the way of gentle socialising, and nothing too taxing. Praise be!
Perhaps with people saving their energy for festivities later in the month, it’s a quieter week this week – but there are still events happening around the country to keep you occupied!
Finally! Tis the season: December is here, the month of World AIDS Day, Tractor Day, Human Rights Day, the winter solstice, and a festival of some kind towards the end of the month. (…What’s the name again..?) But that’s not all, there’s plenty more besides. Read on for this weekend’s festive offerings!
Hold on to your hats, this is one busy weekend for events around the country! Whether you want to party, skill up, meet new friends, remember those who are absent, there is something happening somewhere near you.
The weekend was fairly jam-packed full of events, and there’s plenty going on around the country during the coming week. For some of the best bits, keep readin’.
Well, can you Adam-and-Steve it, folks, it’s been thirteen whole days since the last Gaelick news round-up? So, what has been happening in that intervening period? Lesbian LOLs? Sapphic surprises? Dishing the dykey dirt? Read on!
The Open Door Network is Kerrys Response to Violence against Women and Children. This year’s conference will look at how communities respond to violence against women; the impact on women; and the effect on services for women. Date: 19th November, 2010 Venue: Manor West Hotel, Tralee, Co. Kerry Time: 10am to 4pm Cost: €50 – … [Read more...]