UDA's renewed threat to Catholics
Masked and brandishing weaponry, the UDA renewed its armed threat
against northern nationalists this week on the basis of a spurious
Residents of the Springfield Road in Belfast are bracing
themselves for another weekend of intimidation and terror.
UDA leader Johnny Adair
In a week in which the UDA renewed their threat against the
northern nationalist community, sectarian attacks against
The anxiety-ridden countdown to 2 July, when the Orange Order
intends to walk down the Garvaghy Road, has started in
nationalist areas of Portadown.
of the Orange Order to march in Dublin at the end of May has been
a public relations disaster for the order, argues John O'Leary.
Plastic bullets were fired by the RUC at nationalist residents
Orange March through a nationalist part of Lurgan town.
Amnesty International's latest annual human rights report has
slammed the failure of both the British and Dublin governments to
uphold basic human rights.
A new Sinn Féin office was opened in Carrickmacross last
Sinn Féin councillor Peter Anderson has described as
sinister an incident in which the RUC dropped three rounds of
ammunition in the garden of a Derry woman's home.
The Dublin Government have presented their latest housing fix with the launch of the Bacon III
report on housing.
Sinn Féin assembly member for North Belfast, Gerry Kelly,
has welcomed the evacuation of a British spy-post.
Martin McGuinness told US political leaders that the
British government ``has a long way to go'' before it reflects
the Patten recommendations on policing.
Mobile phones are a serious health hazard, according to a New Zealand
The Dublin government this week renewed the repressive 1998
Offences Against the State (Amendment) Act.
UEFA's threat to throw England out of Euro 2000 was received with
almost comic incredulity by the English Football Association,
writes Fern Lane.
Baking hot weather was enjoyed by republicans for the annual
Wolfe Tone commemoration on Sunday, 22 June.
for Enterprise Trade and Investment, Reg Empey, has been praising
the North's Industrial Development Board.
A large number of people gathered in Ballina last week for the annual Volunteer
Michael Gaughan Memorial Lecture.
A small box ad brought about 20 interested citizens to a
Galway city centre venue on Monday evening.
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