Corrib protesters march to gas terminal

Protests at the Corrib gas terminal continue this morning as 170 gardaí arrive to escort Shell employees to the site.

Protests at the Corrib gas terminal continue this morning as 170 gardaí arrive to escort Shell employees to the site.

A group of more than 100 opponents of the Corrib terminal in north Mayo marched to the entrance for the third morning in a row.

Willie Corduff, one of the Rossport men who was jailed for 94 days last year and who is taking part in this morning's march, said the group was staging a peaceful demonstration to continue its total opposition to Shell's plans.

More in this section