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Maypole dancing is another tradition celebrated on May Day, and is seen as a way of saying farewell to winter.
1979 May Day for 83-year-old Ellen Simon, at Park Hospital, in Liverpool, meant a party with staff and patients and a decorated hat
In the years since, the May Day Fest has applied its puppet rituals to themes of racism, economic injustice and disarmament, though always with an ultimately celebratory, transformative aim, rather than a tone of pigue or grievance.
A pleasantly surprising thing about the May Day Manifesto is that it's a joy to read.
NSWNMA General Secretary Brett Holmes said that while May Day was a day to celebrate our achievements as a labour movement, it was also an occasion to reflect on our current challenges.
Turkish riot police clashed with thousands of May Day protesters in Istanbul on Wednesday, firing water cannon and tear gas at crowds that tried to break through barricades to reach the city's main square, witnesses said.
This study explores the ways in which the French and German Socialists incorporated May Day in their communication strategies in the 1920s and 1930s.
May Day occurs on May 1 and refers to several public holidays.
The company has reported that its services on May Day will be affected by route improvement work.
ANKARA, Apr 8, 2011 (TUR) -- Trade unions decided to celebrate this year's May Day at Taksim Square, Istanbul.
For convenience to the public, many May Day activities have been moved to the new May Day bank holiday.
Summary: The May Day bank holiday could be dropped and replaced by either a St George's Day in April or a Trafalgar Day in October.