Plastic bullet law to stay
British anger victims' relatives as Patten report is ignored again
Nationalists and republicans have slammed the British
government's decision to issue a new type of plastic bullet,
another rejection of the Patten Report, which recommended the use
of plastic bullets should be ``discontinued as soon as
The Brannigan family were asleep when their front door was
smashed open and a man armed with a machine gun ran upstairs.
In a significant decision for local democracy, Dublin councillors
have defended freedom of assembly in Dublin city centre.
The judicial review of a British Army board's decision to retain
the killers of a Belfast man took place last week.
FERN LANE looks back at 50 years of Ian Paisley and his Free Presbyterians.
Two RUC officers are to be charged in connection with the murder of
Belfast lawyer Pat Finucane.
Louth Councillor Arthur Morgan has stopped operation of a
Last Saturday, young people reproached the republican leadership.
Loyalist hegemony in Larne is about to suffer its first major
blow since the election of John Turnley in the 1970s.
Ex-prisoner Declan Kearney gave an exciting talk to a recent Tar
Isteach meeting in Dublin about the present phase of our struggle
and its development.
A series of loyalist attacks over the weekend left one man dead
and a number of other people seriously ill in hospital.
Sinn Féin Assembly Economy spokesperson Dara O'Hagan has
welcomed the Assembly backing of a minimum wage of at least £5
This week An Phoblacht starts a series of articles outlining
reasons for voting no to the Nice Treaty.
Sinn Féin has accused the British government of using the
policing issue as propagand.a
A former British soldier questioned about the
killing of Lurgan solicitor Rosemary Nelson was sentenced to nine
years imprisonment for possessing weapons.
The Roddy McCorley Society is organising a series of events for
the weekend of 4, 5 and 6 May, marking the 20th anniversary of
the death of Bobby Sands.
Campaigners against the racist policies of Fianna Fáil
picketed Bertie Ahern's constituency office in Drumcondra last
Wednesday, 28 March.
The supply of adequate electricity is a major problem for the
border region, according to Cavan/Monaghan TD Caoimhghín
The Dublin government is to cut back
spending on capital and infrastructure development projects such
as childcare, roads and housing.
In a vicious and unprovoked attack, the RUC batoned the son of a
Sinn Féin representative to the ground.
A woman from Ballyfermot, Dublin, won a court victory against
uncaring service providers during the week.
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