Live entertainment sector reopening 30 Jul 2021; posted by editor - Arts, Entertainment
The Live Music Support Scheme (LMSS) funding has been extended to the end of October to take account of the restrictions that currently remain in place for the live events sector. The extension is one of the measures announced today by Catherine Martin, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht Sport and Media.
Government commitment for Basic Income Guarantee pilot scheme for artists 01 Jun 2021; posted by editor - Arts, Entertainment
Plans for a Basic Income Guarantee pilot scheme for artists have been confirmed as part of the government's recovery plan, in tandem with the Government's launch of its National Economic Recovery Plan. The package includes tens of millions of euro in ongoing support.
Deadline for Sports Capital and Equipment Programme extended to 1 March 12 Jan 2021; posted by editor - General, Sport
The deadline for receipt of applications under the new round of the Sports Capital and Equipment Programme (SCEP) has been extended to 5pm on Monday 1 March to assist any clubs who may be encountering difficulties finalising their applications due to Covid-related restrictions.
Restoring the Threat of Impeachment for Future Office Holders 10 Jan 2021; posted by editor - International
By David Swanson
In the past 150 years, U.S. presidents have lied, cheated, stolen, warmongered, incited hatred and violence, driven inequality and corruption through the roof, taken over major powers from the Congress and abused them, gained the power of nuclear war and abused it through numerous threats, accelerated the destruction of the earth's environment, failed to protect the basic rights of people, pardoned their cronies for outrageous crimes, committed thousands of specific, open, public, and indisputable impeachable offenses, and been impeached for only two things.