BBC chief's Police Authority appointment slammed
The appointment of Fabian Monds, head of the BBC in the Six Counties, to the `Police Authority of Northern Ireland'
A Lurgan man's evidence of RUC threats against Rosemary
Nelson led to a severe beating.
The Patten Recommendations on policing are the
floor, not the ceiling, of what is required, Sinn
Féin's Gerry Kelly has said.
Large numbers of heavily armed RUC personnel behaved provocatively on the
streets of Newry last Saturday.
A Parades Commission determination barring a loyalist band from
marching in a nationalist area of Castlederg was
ignored by the RUC last Tuesday night.
The criticism of Drumcree-related violence by leading Protestant clergymen is too
little, too late, argues Fern Lane.
Inflation figures of 5.5% for the last 12 months provoked a
barrage of criticism of government economic policies this week.
Dublin government plans for a network of waste incinerators
throughout the 26 Counties are running into trouble.
A new mural in Twinbrook, commissioned by
Sinn Féin, was painted by Andrea
The Relatives for Justice group met with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern
at Government Buildings in Dublin on Wednesday.
Sinn Féin North Belfast Assembly member Gerry Kelly said
this week that the burning of Orange halls will achieve nothing.
The official approach to placenames in the 26 Counties has
little or nothing to do with bilingualism, writes Gerry McGeough.
Last week, Dublin Councillors voted to make every householder in
the city poorer by £120 to £150 a year.
In the first installment of a two-part investigation into the raw
deal endured by Irish fishermen, ROISIN De ROSA reports from
Dingle and Castletownbere in County Kerry.
A didgeredoo was presented to children and teachers from the
Garvaghy Road residents' cultural group last week.
News headlines presented a different version of July 12th 'celebrations'
than the traditional orange-tinted interpretation.
Around 150 people assembled at Darndale in Dublin on Saturday for
the 24th annual Volunteer Pat Cannon Commemoration.
A Flemish barrister, Piet De Pauw, was
in the North last week to visit the H Blocks last week.
The Ireland Institute proudly opened the doors of the restored
Dublin family home of Padraig and Willie Pearse last Friday, 14
Mitchel McLaughlin and Sean Crowe, accompanied by party press
officer Dominic Doherty, visited the European Parliament in
Strasbourg earlier this month.
Sinn Féin Mayor of Sligo Sean MacManus has hit out at the
revelation that rented propertues are not being
inspected in his area.
to block a major part of the £1.2 billion development plan for
Dublin's docklands has been welcomed by local residents.
Colleges and universities are
reinforcing the divisions in Irish society, student
representatives have warned.
It has been yet another week of sensation at the tribunals, with
alleged corruption over the allocation of radio licences.
A leading anti drugs activist in West Belfast has accused the
British government of excluding the area from the latest round of
funding for drugs programmes.
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