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# People Power

Last year
There are billionaires and millionaires but community will sustain League of Ireland revival
Lack of transparency harming Ireland’s vital election observer role
Ireland an outlier in decision to halt election observer role during Covid
All time
'There's power in community': Farmers urged to boycott forced sales of farms by vulture funds
Romanian government backtracks on plan to decriminalise corruption after mass protest
Obama definitely beat Trump in the battle of the crowd sizes
Over a million people checked in on Facebook in solidarity with Indian Reservation protests
Pictures: An incredible THREE MILLION people have joined an anti-government protest in Brazil
People come together to keep 'best beach on the planet' in public hands
Elderly musician overwhelmed with responses to ad asking for people to jam with him
Poll: Do you ever go on protest marches?
Syriza and Tsipras return to power after narrow election win
The extra cost of living with a disability in Ireland is over €10,000
Vincent Browne set to take 'democracy television' on the road
Watch Russian airline passengers push their frozen plane free from ice
Up to 7,000 march as Dublin comes out in force to support Gaza
They're releasing an alternative How I Met Your Mother ending
Wine shop's clever Twitter campaign halts local council plans for street seat tax
Column: In our daily lives, we can form powerful campaign groups to demand change
Oliver Tattan
Friendless kid thanks the internet for the best birthday surprise EVER
Boy tells mammy he has no friends for birthday party, she finds him a million online
Pics: Dublin's 'pop-up' inner-city park opens its gates
A sneak peek at Dublin’s inner city pop-up park
Bono and Clooney's F-word campaign banned in the UK
Nine dead in Syria as biggest ever anti-Assad protests take place