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March 15, 2020
Irish human rights Commissioner -Salome Mbugua Henry for Senate

Salome Mbugua Henry is set to run as an independent candidate for Irish Senate. Salome was nominated for Senate on Administrative Panel by Immigrant Council of Ireland and her campaign was launched on Wednesday 11 March 2020 in Dublin. Ireland 🇮🇪 is about to witness yet another turning point in their political history. Salome has […]

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March 10, 2020

#JusticeforTega Tega wins right to challenge case in court following previous decision to let the acid victim's attacker's to go just free. We keep you posted.

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March 8, 2020
Migrants' impact: Uruemu Adejinmi, the newly co-opted female councillor in Longford, speaks to eDundalk

Monday, 2nd March in Longford was a historic event to mark the swearing in ceremony of Uruemu Adejinmi, a Nigerian -Irish citizen to Longford city council seat of power as a councillor. Uruemu  joined Irish politics in 2016 under Fianna Fail party. Ever since then she became very active member of the political party and […]

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February 8, 2020
Ireland General Election 2020

  Ireland goes to poll today - 8 February 2020. The polling stations are opened from 7 am to 10 pm. Vote individuals who have your interest at heart. Vote wisely Power must change hand!

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February 7, 2020
Justice for Tega Agberhiere

Following acid attack on Tega in Waterford Ireland in 2019, the young lad and his family are still waiting for justice. "Those behind the assault will be dealt with by Juvenile cautions", according to what Tega's mum, Christy was told. Christy has told eDundalk that she is not giving up until her son gets the […]

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December 16, 2019
eDundalk online shop

In the world today, individuals, businesses, communities and countries alike seek relevance. Hundreds of researches have also been embarked on in the corporate world for organizations to attain relevance and remain relevant to avoid becoming obsolete! The reason isn’t far-fetched! No individual wants to live through life without making an impact, or be labelled as […]

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June 6, 2019
Yemi Adenuga bags the first black woman councilor in Ireland

Yemi Adenuga has become the first Black woman councilor in Ireland. Yemi was elected on 25 May 2019 in Navan, County Meath

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May 6, 2019
Dr Dilip Mahapatra for MEP (Member of European Parliament)
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May 6, 2019
Okezie Emuaga for Balbriggan Ward local election

I am a parent to 5 children including 2 Special Needs Children and your new, strong, local voice that will work hard for policies that galvanises our diverse residents into Building Balbriggan

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May 6, 2019
JK Onwumereh for Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart Local election

 Why people must vote JK Onwumereh #1: I am delighted to stand as a Fianna Fáil cand

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April 7, 2019
SIPTU Migrant and International Workers Support Network

Migrant and International workers Support Network, an arm of SIPTU at their two days crucial meeting in Limerick on the 5th and 6th April where they discussed amongst other things the effects of Brexit on their members. Yvoune Mefor from Dundalk represented Louth chapter of the network.

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April 6, 2019
Learning for living together - a social inclusion Project launches at DKIT

A social care lecturer at the Dundalk institute of Technology Dr Colletta Dalikeni launches her Social Inclusion and Diversity Course which she has designed on Monday 8 April at the school campus in Dundalk. Colletta is calling on anyone interested in issues of migration, diversity and social inclusion to attend this event. See the image […]

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