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Defend the Agreement

Six-County Health Minister Bairbre de Brún will meet her 26-County counterpart Micheál Martin this Friday to discuss Food Safety-related issues, despite efforts by David Trimble to deny Sinn Féin's mandate and exclude its ministers from such meetings. more

Three dead as loyalist feud escalates

Rivalry between different loyalist groupings in North Belfast has spilled over into further bloody feuding.

Adams launches year of Hunger Strike commemorations

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams last week launched a year-long series of events to commemorate the H Block and Armagh hunger strikes of 1980 and 1981.

Forgotten Ten to be moved

The remains of ten men executed by the British are at last to be exhumed and moved to the Republican Plot in Glasnevin cemetery.

Will Marshall truth out?

Ten years after the killing of Lurgan republican Sam Marshall, a preliminary discovery hearing may link the RUC to the shooting.

Spate of sectarian attacks

A series of sectarian attacks over the weekend has seen three Catholic churches, a GAA hall and a Catholic owned business burnt out.

Cross-border celebration for council chair

There was a large attendance at a special celebration evening in Monaghan town last Sunday.

atomy of Racism

An article by Dr Hanan Ashrawi, a compelling and influential voice in the contemporary theatre of Middle Eastern politics.

Canadians call on Blair to implement Patten

An open letter signed by several prominent Canadian figures expresses total support for the recommendations of the Patten Commission.

``Make Childcare the priority'' - Ó Caoláin

Revenue due from the banks in unpaid tax should be earmarked for childcare services, the Dáil was told.

Corporation tenants face eviction

The housing crisis is not just limited to house buyers or even to those who suffer in the private rented sector.

Crumley honours McSwiney in London

The Sinn Féin Mayor of Derry was guest speaker at the Terence McSwiney Memorial Lecture in London.

Landlord doubles rents overnight

The rents of 29 families living in Dublin inner city have been doubled following a protest.

De-toxing the gas works site

Children and their parents protested in Pearse Street, last Thursday over a 22-acre site where gas was produced for some 200 years.

Victory secured for home helps

A campaign has boosted the pay for home helps, some of whome were paid as little as 75p an hour.

Belfast Bill of Rights meeting

Brice Dickson, Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission (HRC), will give a seminar on Human Rights in west Belfast on Thursday.

other Council victory against incineration

At last Tuesday's meeting of the Longford Council, councillors threw out the regional waste plan for the Midlands.

Breast Cancer Screening Should Be Election Issue

Sinn Féin in Mayo believe that the decision to take the Breast Screening unit away from Castlebar will be an election issue.

The myth of competition

The corporate knives are out for Irish telecommunications company Eircom.

80,000 wage rise for CIE boss

The Irish transport body's chief executive Michael McDonnell has had his salary increased by 80% -- without Ministerial approval.

Volunteers remembered

Two new murals were unveiled at Beechmount in Belfast on Sunday 29 October to commemorate republicans from the area who died over the last 30 years.


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