Windsor has bestowed the award of the George Cross on
the discredited paramilitary police force, the RUC.
This year's Ard Fheis saw Sinn Féin delegates
debate the full range of party policy.
Party President Gerry Adams set the tone with his keynote address.
This week marks the second anniversary of the Good Friday
British military activity throughout the Six Counties
is reaching an all time high.
Eoin O'Broin talks to Danny Morrison about his role as Sinn
Féin spokesperson during the 1981 Hunger Strike,
A South Armagh man who was stopped and threatened by British soldiers
about half a mile
inside the 26 Counties.
Twenty Sinn Féin elected
representatives were informed by the RUC that they were being actively
targeted by loyalist death squads.
The death of the famous East Cork Fenian, Peter O'Neill Crowley was
commemorated on Sunday 2 April.
The British military has attempted to divert attention away from the
fact that British paratroopers killed 14 innocent civilians in Derry
Unionists have raised objections to an IRA memorial on
the basis that it does not have the benefit of planning permission.
Angelo Fusco's High Court challenge to an extradition order to the Six
Counties has been put off until June or July.
The Irish Business and Employers Confederation (IBEC) has made
controversial proposals on tackling the housing crisis.
Dublin Minister Mary Harney has started a controversy by saying that
she was contemplating lifting the government's ban on below cost
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