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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. more

McCreevy's Budget for Inequality

Speaking in the Dáil on 2 December, Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin has described Budget 2000 as the ``most divisive in years''.

Baby lucky to escape injury

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.

Twelve year-old held by RUC

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.

North Belfast attack

Sinn Féin Assembly member for North Belfast, Gerry Kelly, has slammed a sectarian attack on residents in the Bone and Ballybone areas of the Old Park.

IRA rep meets De Chastelain

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 De Chastelain.

Stevens investigation rejected

The Stevens' investigation into the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane was set up ``to prevent a full public judicial inquiry'', says Martin Finucane.

Nationalists demand real mediation

The third of a series of conferences aimed at challenging sectarianism and loyal order parades was held in Lisnaskea last weekend.

Support for children urged

Stormont's new executive was urged to create a Minister for Children last week at the launch of the `Putting Children First' campaign.

Road war in Sligo

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.

Ulster (must have its) Bank

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

Ó Caoláin meets US ambassador

Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin met the United States Ambassador this week regarding his government's blockade against Cuba.

DUP attempt to undermine McGuinness

Newly appointed Education Minister Martin McGuinness has said that he will not be deflected by DUP-organised childrens' protests.

Treating refugee kids with respect

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.

Ex-Prisoners seminar in Monaghan

A special seminar for former political prisoners was held in Monaghan town last week.

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