IRA honours its commitments
In a statement received exclusively by An Phoblacht from
Óglaigh na hÉireann on Wednesday, 25 October, the
IRA reiterates its commitment to a just and lasting peace.
The British government's proposed legislation on the flying of
the Union Jack from public buildings in the Six Counties is being
seen as a sop to unionists.
A man badly injured during a sectarian gun attack in Coleraine at
6.45am on Wednesday 25 October has been attacked by loyalists on
at least two other occasions.
Policing reform, as envisaged by the Patten Report, is also a big
issue south of the border, according to a leading consultant on
The Draft Programme for Government has been described as `an important milestone in the peace
process and the process of conflict resolution'.
The British Home Secretary has slapped another
Public Interest Immunity Certificate onto the Saville Inquiry.
The Lower Ormeau Concerned Community has condemned plans for a self-styled ``Remembrance parade''
along the Lower Ormeau to the Cenotaph on 11 November.
The British government has opened a can of worms with the
Pat Finucane investigation.
convicted of the murder of Belfast
teenager Peter McBride are still serving in the British Army.
In an interview with An Phoblacht, former Republican POW and H
Block hunger striker Raymond McCartney spoke of his experiences
on `the Blanket'.
In 40 of 42 houses in one Dublin estate, there is at least one person suffering from
bronchial or asthmatic trouble.
deteriorating situation in Cork hospitals
has provoked an unusual protest.
It took a threat from
a judge to jail three 26-County
ministers to get action over a troubled child.
The issue of decentralisation was raised once again in the
Dáil by Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin last
Pickets were placed on the Dubarry shoe manafacturing plant in
Ballinasloe, County Galway, this week.
Edward Heath, the former Conservative Prime Minister, has
announced his intention to retire from political life at the next
Mary Nelis, Sinn Féin human rights spokesperson, has
supported the call of the family of Eddie Fullerton for a full
public inquiry into his death.
The West and North west are also to be denied
access to the new gas being piped ashore.
26-County taxpayers are spending £130 million annually to
subsidise the hospital stays of private patients.
Women gathered together from all across the
Connaacht region in Ballinamore, County
Leitrim, last Saturday.
Cork City Sinn Féin councillor Jonathan O'Brien has called
for an urgent review of all fire safety procedures in Cork
Corporation housing estates.
Ógra Shinn Féin National Organiser, Councillor Matt
Carthy, explains why Sinn Féin is finding increased support among young people.
crisis in the orthodontic service
has left children waiting up to six years to
Six-County Education minister Martin McGuinness recently visited
University College Galway for its Societies Day.
DAILY REPUBLICAN NEWS SERVICE
Try it for free. Just fill in your e-mail address below.
REPUBLICAN BULLETIN BOARD
Discussion forum for subscribers. Click here.
Féin · Republican News Home
Page · Archives
· Recent Issues
Published on the web by firstname.lastname@example.org
No to incineration North and South
Israeli shoot-to-kill time out?
Knowing the cases
Pisreoga Oíche Shamhna<
Britain can end this war
Left Republican Review
Volunteer Patsy Haughian