British bug Adams
Gerry Adams displays the hi-tech device that was built into a car he used to meet the IRA
Blair must provide answers
Two fundamental questions surround the discovery of a sophisticated
bug in a car used by Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams.
Speaking in the Dáil on 2 December, Sinn Féin TD
Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin has described Budget 2000
as the ``most divisive in years''.
The mother of a four-month-old baby girl says her child had a narrow
escape when their West Belfast home was attacked by loyalists.
The RUC arrested a 12-year-old boy and his uncle
after three Downpatrick republicans held an anti-RUC protest on the rooftop of the local barracks.
Sinn Féin Assembly member for North Belfast, Gerry Kelly, has slammed
a sectarian attack on residents in the Bone and Ballybone areas of the
In a statement released at 12 noon on Sunday, 5 December, the IRA said
that a meeting was held between an IRA representative and General John
The Stevens' investigation into the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat
Finucane was set up ``to prevent a full public judicial inquiry'', says
The third of a series of conferences aimed at challenging sectarianism
and loyal order parades was held in Lisnaskea last weekend.
Stormont's new executive was urged to create a Minister for Children
last week at the launch of
the `Putting Children First' campaign.
A Sligo group is fighting for the retention of their houses and their
community against a plan to slap a
national primary road through their streets.
A possible guide to how Ulster Unionist
ministers will perform in government can be found in the possible sell-off of Ulster
Bank, writes Robbie MacGabhann
Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin met the United States Ambassador
this week regarding his government's blockade against
Newly appointed Education Minister Martin McGuinness has said that he
will not be deflected by DUP-organised childrens'
The Refugee Support Service (RSS) Programme which the 26-County
Department of Education runs in 21 schools is tackling racism and bringing
self-respect to the children of refugees in Ireland.
A special seminar for former political prisoners was held in Monaghan
town last week.
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