“The never-ending saga over Apple’s European data center in Ireland appeared to be over when ‘final’ planning approval was granted back in August, but no: three residents have filed a new appeal that will now go all the way to the High Court,” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac.

“One resident, however, wants to demonstrate that these objections represent a minority view, with most locals glad of the jobs and money the center will bring to the area,” Lovejoy reports. “He is organizing a march in support of Apple.”

“The March sets off from Athenry Church at 11:45am,” Lovejoy reports. “At the time of writing, a little over 100 people have said that they will be attending.”

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