Panti Bliss and women and children’s advocate and Holocaust survivor also among recipients.
Wexford County Council has been left embarrassed when a QR code issued alongside its brand new corporate logo provided a link to a support site for members of the homosexual and transgender community in Wexford, rather than the Wexford County Council homepage.
Backers of a plan to place ‘Rainbow Walks’ at a number of Dublin city centre junctions say they hope the project gets the green light in time to mark the first anniversary of the same-sex marriage referendum next May.
The top 10 list is almost entirely dominated by European countries.
Yesterday the board of ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, accepted the reconsideration request for .GAY put forward by BeLonG To and over 50 other LGBT Organisations. This will result in a reconsideration of the application by dotgay LLC to administer the domain on the basis of "community priority evaluation" (CPE).
They are currently recruiting for their helpline centres in Dublin and Dundalk.
But he said homosexual marriage "did not cross our minds"
BeLonG To, the national organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people in Ireland has co-signed a letter with over 50 businesses and organisations worldwide asking ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, to reconsider their refusal of community priority evaluation status to dotgay LLC for the ownership of the future .GAY top-level domain.
The Bishop Martin Drennan of Galway has not yet met with representatives of the lesbian and gay community after he criticised their ‘morally wrong’ behaviour.
Fine Gael Councillor for Galway West Pearce Flannery has come out strongly in support of the call for the provision of a LGBT resource centre in Galway.