Author Archives: Rural Ireland Says Enough!

Rise Rally Birr Game Fair

RISE Rally at the Irish Game and Country Fair, Birr Castle on Sunday 26th August 2012 At 1.15 p.m. on Sunday 26th August, thousands of supporters of the rural lobby group RISE (Rural Ireland Says Enough!) held a monster protest … Continue reading

Cork RISE Rally

Cork RISE Rally

Cork RISE Rally
Over six hundred attended the RISE rally last week in the Silver Springs conference centre

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Re- Launch of RISE The RISE campaign has returned to challenge government policy proposals that will have serious implications for fieldsports. In particular regard to hunting with hounds the Animal Health & Welfare Bill – currently at amendment stage in … Continue reading

Concessions offered to the Greyhound Industry and Hunting Association

The following is the text of a document issued by the Government to their TDs by way of briefing them on changes made to the Dog Breeding legislation.   Friday 9th July 2010 The Dog Breeding Establishment Bill will set out standards required … Continue reading

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Statement on behalf of the Ward Union Hunt Club in response to Government approval of the Wildlife (Amendment) Bill 2010…31/03/210

The Ward Union Hunt Club notes that the Government has approved the Wildlife (Amendment) Bill 2010. This is the Bill to give effect to the ban on this Hunt contained in the Renegotiated Programme for Government concluded last year by … Continue reading

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Meath well represented in major pro-hunting Demo in Waterford on Saturday, 27th March…22nd March 2010

Six horses and 5,000 people support hunting in Waterford today 27th March 2010 Not since the famous racehorse ‘The Wild Man from Borneo’ was brought along the Quays in Waterford to celebrate winning the Aintree Grand National in 1895 has … Continue reading

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RISE! Campaign backs Ward Union Hunt

RISE! Rural Ireland Says Enough! supports the Ward Union Hunt in their efforts to resist the enactment of the Wildlife (Amendment) Bill 2010, which was approved yesterday by the Government. This is the Bill to give effect to the ban … Continue reading

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