From 2006 a leaflet from Shell to Sea “Protect Irish Natural Resources”.
A Leaflet from Labour Youth with the catchy headline “Dont believe everything you read in the papers -Indo lies for $hell“
The leaflet cites a poll on the Shell To Sea Campaign for the Indo and tries to show bias in the questions asked etc.
“Release The Rossport 5″ leaflet from Sinn Fein 2005 June 12, 2011
From 2005 a leaflet from Sinn Fein urging the release of the Rossport Five. The Rossport five were James Brendan Philbin, Philip McGrath, Vincent McGrath, Willie Corduff and Micheál Ó Seighin. They were jailed for civil contempt of court after refusing to obey a temporary court injunction forbidding them to interfere with work being undertaken by Shell on their land.
Many thanks to the sender.
I would like information on becoming a Norwegian Citizen, so I can benefit from Statoils ownership of part of the Corrib Gas field June 9, 2011
A letter produced by Shell To Sea aiming to show the differences between Norway’s energy policy and our own.
“I would like information on becoming a Norwegian Citizen, so I can benefit from Statoils ownership of part of the Corrib Gas field“
“Remember Ken Saro-Wiwa” Temporary Tatoo June 8, 2011
First off thanks to the sender. I’ve political related pens, blow up hammers, sponges , shatter balls, beer mats , wristbands, diaries, stickers, key rings et al but this is the first Temporary Tatoo.
more about Ken Saro-Wiwa here
A €540 Billion Euro Bank Note February 16, 2011
Shell to Sea – The Great Gas Giveaway May 1, 2010
A leaflet produced by the Shell to Sea Campaign illustrating the lack of money the State will make from the Corrib Gas field (and others). You’d still have to wonder why they gave it all away for free?
A discussion paper on Energy from the 1985 Fine Gael Ard Fheis .
Not the most riveting of material but interesting nonetheless.
Part of it is taken up with the then flowing new Natural Gas from Kinsale. A few memories are jogged in the fact that the UK government rejected plans to ‘supply Northern Ireland.
Details are also given regarding the level and nature of oil/gas exploration of our coast.
There is no mention of giving it all away for free.