'People are sick and tired': Grassroots groups hold day of action ahead of housing protest next month
Since the summer, the country has seen a rise in housing activists taking action to raise awareness over housing issues.
'Clothes are not consent': Thongs hung up at Spire to protest use of clothing as rape trial evidence
The protest was organised by ROSA and Solidarity-People Before Profit TD Ruth Coppinger.
If accurate, it would make it the largest demonstration since the protest against the Iraq war in 2003.
The Take Back the City activist tells us the group’s main aims and offers potential solutions to the current housing crisis.
The building at Belvedere Place was occupied on 8 September.
Activists cite rent, gentrification and community as reasons for joining the movement.
'It's a weird side-effect': Activist hopes PigeonGate video will bring attention to housing movement
Footage shared at the weekend showed one man abusing the protesters and another in his group threw a pigeon head at them.
'Compliments and commendations don't put meals on tables': Defence Forces families march on Leinster House
The government insists work is under way to address pay and conditions of Defence Forces personnel.
Dr Tom Clonan outlines his reasons for protesting at Leinster House today.
Postmasters are accusing An Post of ripping the economic heart out of rural Ireland.
Charlie Flanagan said gardaí are “the bulwark between civilised society and a breakdown in law and order”.
Howlin yesterday faced down members of his own party at Labour’s think-in in Drogheda.
Leo Varadkar defended the actions of gardaí and the decision to cover their faces.
Hundreds gathered to protest the eviction of a group from a vacant property in North Fredrick Street.
A video uploaded to Facebook yesterday showed protesters outside the pro-Brexit MP’s home.
'Wow, NFL first game ratings are way down' - Kneeling protests resume as Trump warns of ratings fall
Miami Dolphins’ Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson kneeled during the anthem, while Robert Quinn raised a fist.
It follows activists flying a giant balloon depicting US President Donald Trump as a baby during protests in July against his UK visit.
At least 20 people were injured yesterday during a far-right rally in the Germany city of Chemnitz.
Hundreds of riot police separated the noisy crowd from more than 1,000 anti-fascist counter-protesters.
At least 171 Gazans have been killed by Israeli fire since late March.
Activists are now occupying 34 North Frederick Street in Dublin’s north inner city.
A number of housing groups have occupied 35 Summerhill Parade since last Wednesday evening.
A number of players raised their fists in protest during the exhibition games, while some continued to take a knee.
The occupation followed a protest on Dublin’s O’Connell Street yesterday evening.
A protest is due to take place outside garda headquarters in Dublin today.
A probe has begun into possible charges of violence by a public official, and of pretending to be a policeman.
The gates to the clinic were shut with bike locks, which had to be removed by gardaí.
Pride in London said the group “forced their way to the front of the parade”.
The six-metre orange balloon, which shows the president wearing a nappy, will fly near parliament.
She is now facing multiple federal charges including trespassing and disorderly conduct.
The fascinating documents are on show until September.
Even if you view Pride as nothing more than a celebration, it is still a protest, writes Danny Rigg.
The verdicts sparked protests outside the Pamplona courthouse in northern Spain.
Four cyclists have died on Irish roads so far this year.
The number of homeless children has quintupled in under four years.
A group of students staged the protest last night in response to the hikes.
Thousands of Gazans marched near the Israel border yesterday where Palestinian officials state Israeli soldiers opened fire.
Solidarity-PBP TD Bríd Smith says the turnout represents an anger women in Ireland are feeling over issues of consent and their bodies.
Farage and campaigners said the act was done as a protest against Theresa May’s “betrayal” of UK fishermen.