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I the undersigned am supportive and would like to see the new meat plant at Banagher in Co Offaly being built.

Planning permission has just being granted for a new meat plant in Banagher in County Offaly.The plant however will not go ahead unless the investors are accepted into the Immigrant Investor Programme.The first application has being rejected by an evaluation committee made up of senior officials from various government departments and agencies. Taking into consideration that this proposed plant is to supply beef exclusively to the Asian markets and the operation will be ran by a new player enter

Created: 2020-08-08

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 1307 1293
Last month 1299 1286

Fans of Country & Irish music/Social Dancing Fans

As we all know every sector of Irish business has had a road map to reopening, knew what they had to do, when they could expect to resume and had lobby groups to make it happen.Country bands/ Social dance bands ,all Dancers, venue proprietors/ owners have no idea when , how or if this is going to happen for this sector of the business.It hasn’t got an agenda or even been up for discussionTR Dallas,Trudi Lawlor, John Hogan, & Fran Curry have made a start in airing the problems faced by the se

Created: 2020-07-01

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 125 115
Last month 125 115

Stop crippling the Health & Fitness Industry

The Fitness Industry plays a vital role in keeping our nation fit and healthy. This goes for both body and mind. It is a fact that being in good health and shape makes us better at combatting Coronavirus. Capacity should be measured by the size of the space rather than a 'once size fits all' 50 people and 6 people? Where have these figures come from and on what are they based? Huge investments have gone in to make your leisure clubs, gyms and studios COVID complient. Keeping us all safe in a con

Created: 2020-08-23

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 73 59
Last month 68 55

FIELDSY to play Bluesfest Byron Bay!

Ever been to a festival?? Yeah? I bet your still buzzing from it , even if its a decade ago. I bet your eyes glisten and smile slowly spreads across your face until you resemble the joker... Especially in 2020:(  Now imagine it from the Artist you so patiently waited to see, squished beneath multiple armpits waving in the dense yet aromatic air packed tent , imagine their point of view ..... Incredible  If you know me, you know Bluesfest is one of my ultimate goals as a musician, .. I've been th

Created: 2020-08-13

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 171 42
Last month 169 42

Reset / Repeat current school year in Sept 2020

An online petition to ask the government to let all classes and years just restart the school year they lost out on. No need to reschedule dates of anything, just start again in September. From Junior Infants up to Leaving Cert. Everybody will benefit and regain what they lost hopefully.    Our children have lost out on so much and some in particular will lose out on so much more. Communion classes, sixth classes expected to go straight to Secondary school.  Please sign and let's start again in

Created: 2020-05-15

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 33 21
Last month 32 21

STORMONT! END the violation of our Human rights NOW! Face masks should NEVER BE MANDATORY!!!

The signatories on this petition are calling for an end to the dictatorship of the Stormont executive and public health officials who are infringing our inalienable human rights as set out in the Human rights act 1998. The Northern Ireland Act 1998 sets out the legislative competence of the Northern Ireland Assembly and states that the Assembly may not legislate in a manner that conflicts with the European convention on Human rights. The Act places a DUTY on public bodies not to act in contraven

Created: 2020-07-17

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 1295 35
Last month 820 17

The UN to intervene on the chaos in zimbabwe

The purpose of this Petition is to request that the United Nations or SADAC intervene into the chaos currently occurring in Zimbabwe. We can all clearly see that human rights are being violated and there are no fair Elections taking place. We want transparency and the figures are not making sense at all. We need individuals or organisations other than the current Zimbabwean government to clear up this mess because they are evidently not taking any form of control to counteract the problems that

Created: 2018-08-01

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 3309 16
Last month 3251 15

No golf for Over 70's.

Recent covit-19 guidlines do not allow over 70 to play golf on 18th May.

Created: 2020-05-05

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 13 13
Last month 13 13

PETITION FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN LEBANON

PETITION FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN LEBANON PRESENTED BY THE THIRD VOICE FOR LEBANON (LEBANESE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL POLICY AND THINK-TANK GROUP) La3emvoix@groups.facebook.com LAWS AND PRACTICES: Lebanon adheres to the United Nations Charter that states that all men are free and equal and have equal rights with no discrimination between men and women. Despite its adherence to the Charter of the United Nations and the signing of international treaties, there is still much discrimination against women b

Created: 2011-11-05

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 3612 31
Last month 1848 13

Stop animal testing in Irish Laboratories

The harmful use of animals in experiments is not only cruel but also often ineffective. Animals do not get many of the human diseases that people do, such as major types of heart disease, many types of cancer, HIV, Parkinson’s disease, or schizophrenia.  Instead, signs of these diseases are artificially induced  in animals in laboratories in an attempt to mimic the  human disease. Yet, such experiments belittle the complexity of human conditions which are affected by wide-ranging variables such

Created: 2020-06-06

Time period All countries Ireland
All time 11 10
Last month 11 10



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