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    #theRant: Keep It Up!

    As we sit here scratching our heads in bewilderment at the fact that we managed to make ten of these ridiculous fucking things, when we never even knew if #rabble1 would get past our late-night, round-table, mashbag discussions, this fucking madhouse of a country becomes increasingly unpredictable, leaving us to wonder if, just maybe, it […]

  • housing

    A Battle Fought Before.

    In recent months there has been a plethora of housing action campaigns established, all wishing to raise awareness around the issue of working class housing (or the lack of it) in Ireland today.  Donal Fallon takes us back to the crowbar brigades and squatting tactics of the 1960s’ Dublin Housing Action Campaign. The 1960s witnessed […]

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    #meEJit: We’re Adults! Get RTE Away From Us!

    It is remarkable just how much RTÉ can chime with Irish government policy. Oireachtas Retort looks at Montrose’s latest offering of unreality TV. The broadcaster’s role in normalising austerity and undermining dissent is nothing new but their lifestyle & entertainment content is equally insidious. Think of it as Fáilte Ireland for the home audience. Towards […]

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#rabbleComps: Dublin’s Rumble In The Jungle. Who Holds The Belt?

DJ Gazz B2B MarzataQ- Homegrown Jungle Callout Response by There’s a war going on. All in good spirits as local stalwarts Jungle Boogie and Homegrown Jungle prepare for a night of amen slaughter on Saturday by upping these two fine mixes to the web. Better yet, they’re drafting in you lot to judge em. DJ […]

This sculpture outside NUI Galway is entitled “Equality Emerging”

NUIG Boys Club.

Of sixteen women who applied for senior lectureship in NUIG during 2009, only one was promoted. As the resulting verdict of Dr Sheehy Skeffington’s discrimination case reverberates at NUIG, Simon Price dives into the murkier side of the Corrib university and asks what’s changed in 2015? The new engineering building stands at the gateway to […]


A Harmful And Malicious Bill.

Senators Lorraine Higgins, Ivana Bacik and John Whelan are this evening bringing a Private Members Bill before the Seanad. The ‘Harmful and Malicious Electronic Communications Bill 2015′, according to the unelectable Higgins, “aims to protect against and mitigate harm caused to individuals by all or any digital communications”. Thing is, so-called cyber bullying is already covered […]


Wake The Folk Up.

Belfast born Harry Bradley’s flute playing has garnered huge praise, not to mention the 2014 Gradam Ceoil musician of the year award. He’s also probably one of the only Irish musicians you’re likely to find sporting a Subhumans t-shirt while teaching kids. Mícheál Platano caught up with the man for a quick chat about tunes, […]

Ireland's Central Bank during Occupy. (Paul Reynolds)

FAQs For Greek Bank Customers.

For those wondering what the Troika’s attack on Greece means for the average Greek punter, here’s a handy guide. The Greek banks will be shut from Monday 19th June 2015 to Monday 6th July, inclusive. WHAT DOES A BANK HOLIDAY MEAN? It means the banks will shut down for a few days. WHEN WILL BANKS […]