British to blame
for crisis - IRA
In an exclusive interview with An Phoblacht, a spokesperson for
Oglaigh na hÉireann apportions responsibility for the current
deep crisis firmly at the feet of the British Government for giving in
to the unionist veto.
A pensioner was taken ill and rushed to hospital after the RUC,
accompanied by the British Army, staged a series of dawn raids on
nationalist homes in West Belfast.
The British government's new appointments to the Parades Commission,
announced on Wednesday have been slammed by Sinn
Féin Upper Bann Assembly member Dara O'Hagan.
The Metropolitan police officer responsible for firing the fatal shots
at Diarmuid O'Neill gave evidence to the inquest into the killing on
Monday 14 February.
The High Court, sitting in Dublin, has ordered the state to produce
all documentation on garda efforts to locate Angelo Fusco during the
past two years.
A decision to retain an oath
of allegiance to the British monarchy as a prerequisite to promotion
to the senior bar goes to court.
An Phoblacht's Peadar Whelan travelled to Toome to assess the
legacy of two now deceased veteran republicans.
James Larkin College
is at last about to open its doors to some 300 secondary school
students in Dublin's North Inner City.
Ten years ago next month, Sam Marshall was walking home with two other
men when they were confronted by masked gunmen who opened up with
Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin voted in support of a motion
which deplored the
refusal of the Minister for Finance Charlie McCreevy to meet with the
Irish League of Credit Unions.
Four hundred general operatives from Dublin's building sites took to
the streets on Wednesday to protest at low pay rates and
inadequate pension and sick pay arrangements.
Some 2,100 Dublin Bus drivers staged a one-day stoppage this week in
pursuit of a 20% wage claim.
Over 100 people
came out to support asylum seeker Ekundayo Ominiyi, whose long battle to
establish his innocence comes to the District court this week.
Privatisation of the ESB is to begin this week as the Dublin
government sets out to implement an EU directive on deregulating the
electricity generation industry.
The Irish Minister for Justice, Equality
and Law Reform, John O'Donoghue is in hot water over his government's
increasingly hostile attitude to immigrants and refugees.
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