Category Archives: Events

Events organised by CALNI opposing the Rose Energy/Moy Park chicken litter Incinerator on the shores of Lough Neagh.

Who or what is a JR?

There has been much in the press lately about the impact of Judicial Reviews (JR’s) on major planning applications. Some find them a profound irritant. Others think they are the champion of the man in the street. Most of us … Continue reading

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CALNI holds Public Meeting, full turn-out

300 residents from Glenavy and its neighboring communities met in Ballymacrickett School to hear a progress report on the CALNI campaign and to exchange views with local politicians. Many came thinking that Minister Poots’ “decision” was a done deal. However, … Continue reading

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STORMONT – The Play

Stormont, The Play, 17 September 2010, Moy Park Incinerator protestors attending the play It is the eve of the Stormont Assembly election. A group of environmental protesters decide that the moment is perfect to highlight their demands at Parliament Buildings. … Continue reading

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Sir Reg Empey calls for urgent reassessment of Glenavy incinerator project

Following meetings with both those in support and against the proposed the Rose Energy poultry litter incinerator at Glenavy, UUP Leader and South Antrim conservatives and unionist candidate Sir Reg Empey has expressed his serious concern at the implications of the dispute for the poultry industry in Northern Ireland. Continue reading

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Community challenges Westminster Candidates in Public Meetings

People power has taken over in two Northern Ireland constituencies as CALNI holds two crucial public meetings in Lagan Valley and South Antrim where candidates fighting the election on May 6th were asked to declare their position on the incinerator … Continue reading

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