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# silent-and-sombre - Friday 21 November, 2014

Hundreds of women turn out for ANOTHER Garda Station vigil

200 women attended a similar event outside Coolock Garda Station on Dublin’s northside earlier this week.

# silent-and-sombre - Wednesday 19 November, 2014

Why last night's Garda Station vigil was so startling ... and why we can expect more like it

The grassroots event was organised at short-notice via social media. After ‘Jobstown’, it’s a massive PR win for the Right2Water campaign, even though top organisers had nothing to do with it…

# silent-and-sombre - Tuesday 18 November, 2014

Hundreds of women held a silent vigil at Coolock Garda Station tonight

Around 200 women stood in deathly silence along the Oscar Traynor Road as perplexed gardaí surveyed the scene.