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#Corrib Gas Pipeline

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Wednesday 14 June, 2017

Company fined €300,000 over death of worker at Corrib gas tunnel

He received fatal head injuries when a pipe he was working under collapsed on top of him.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Wednesday 11 December, 2013

Over €16 million spent on policing protests against Corrib gas pipeline

The figure, not including the salaries of gardaí at the protests in North Mayo, was disclosed by Alan Shatter in the Dáil yesterday.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Wednesday 17 July, 2013

'Sinkholes' on Co Mayo strand pose "no danger" to public, council insists

Locals and campaigners from “Shell to Sea” erected homemade signs at Sruwaddacon Bay at the weekend to warn walkers of the phenomenon.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Tuesday 16 July, 2013

Shoreside ‘sinkholes’ could pose a danger to walkers, campaigners warn

It’s claimed the depressions – some said to be up to 8ft deep – are being caused by the construction of the Corrib gas pipeline.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Thursday 20 June, 2013

Campaigner against Corrib gas pipeline 'on hunger strike' in prison

Rossport campaigners say Liam Heffernan was arrested for blocking construction vehicles.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Monday 23 April, 2012

Final report on Corrib 'rape tape' inquiry to be published tomorrow

The final report into remarks by gardaí about one of the two female protesters who were arrested near the controversial Corrib gas pipeline project will be published at lunchtime tomorrow.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Thursday 9 February, 2012

Over €14.5m spent in policing protests against Corrib gas pipeline

The figures for the last five years have been disclosed by the Minister for Justice this week.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Saturday 16 April, 2011

Sinn Féin motion would revoke Corrib and Lough Allen licences

A private members’ bill to be discussed in the Dáil this week would see the State take majority ownership of gas and oil finds.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Thursday 7 April, 2011

Corrib Gardaí assigned to desk duty pending investigation

Garda commissioner Martin Callinan apologises for the recorded comments made by officers, who have been transferred.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Wednesday 6 April, 2011

Men’s network and Labour Women condemn Garda ‘rape’ remarks

Lobby groups representing both sexes – as well as three Garda unions – speak out against comments heard in recordings.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Tuesday 5 April, 2011

Gardaí to investigate arrest and treatment of Corrib protesters

Members of the force were accidentally recorded as they allegedly joked about raping and deporting two women protesters arrested last Thursday in Mayo.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Friday 25 March, 2011

Foreshore licence approved for Corrib project

The final stretch of the controversial project has been approved by the Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Monday 28 February, 2011

The Daily Fix: Monday

Every evening, brings you a round-up of the biggest news stories of the day, as well as the interesting bits and pieces you may have missed.

Carey approves Corrib Gas pipeline before leaving office

In one of his last acts as Minister for Energy, Pat Carey has given the controversial Corrib pipeline the go-ahead.

# corrib-gas-pipeline - Wednesday 29 December, 2010

Shell hope for “20 or more Corribs” in Irish waters – WikiLeaks

A senior Shell official told the US Embassy second-in-command that there could be hundreds of billions worth of gas off Irish shores.

Shell’s hopes for more offshore gas: the WikiLeak in full

The full text of the leaked document recording Shell’s beliefs that there could be many more gas fields in Irish waters.