By passing over the March 10 deadline and refusing to trigger the
d'Hondt mechanism and devolve power to the Northern Executive British
Secretary of State Mowlam has again blinked.
A delegation from Relatives for Justice met General John de Chastelain on Monday morning
An RUC boxing match in New York
was abruptly canceled when grassroots Irish America raised its voice
Sinn Féin celebrated International Women's Day, 8 March, at Stormont
with a discussion on what the Assembly can achieve for women in
`Once is too much' exhibition highlights anti-women violence
Seven SF women to stand in Cavan/Monaghan
Despite the best efforts of Unionist politicians, the people of
Belfast are set to hold one of the biggest and most colourful St
Patrick's Day parades ever seen in the city.
Garvaghy Road nationalists are pessimistic that a solution
can be found to end the stand-off at Drumcree.
A mother of three from Magherafelt awoke on Monday March 1 to the RUC
smashing in the front door.
Leading officers of the Law Society in the Six Counties are trying to
stop their own Human Rights Committee considering a report into the
murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane ten years ago.
Sinn Fein Assembly member for North Belfast Gerry Kelly has said that
attacks on Catholic homes in the area, are `part of an organised
campaign to drive Catholics out the area'.
Farmers and Residents against Military bases are calling for a large
turnout at a protest in
Fermanagh on Sunday with the theme being ``Smash the bases
Jonathan McIvor provides a
perfect illustration of the seamless connection between racism and
sectarianism, writes Fern Lane.
A Portadown grandmother assaulted by the RUC three years ago has
won damages in Craigavon court.
MI5 has arrested two serving British
soldiers who have been charged with public order offences in
connection with their active involvement in Combat 18.
Loyalists are believed to have been behind an attack on a monument
erected in West Belfast to commemorate a local family prominent in
the 1798 United Irishmen Rebellion.
Last Thursdsay, March 4, British Home Secretary Jack Straw announced
he was seeking the renewal of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA),
currently in it's 25th year.
Sinn Fein's Down District councillor, Paddy McGreevy has described
the on-going intimidation against a young Downpatrick couple by the
RUC as typical of, ``that institutionally sectarian paramilitary
The RUC have begun a PR offensive in the wake of one of their
officers being criticised in the official inquiry into the racist
murder of 18 year old black teenager Stephen Lawrence.
John James Bradley, a former secretary of the Irish Republican Felons
Club, has been fined 500 by the courts for exercising his right to
Friday March 5 saw the launch of the Ringsend & District Response to
Drugs (RDRD) annual report and a special graduation presentation.
Sinn Fein councillor Tom Hartley has described as `political', the
decision by Making Belfast Work (MBW) to withdraw funding from The
Foundry Regeneration Trust at the end of this month.
Greenpeace has found the
risk of leukaemia in children and youth around Sellafield to be 10 times
higher than the national average.
A Lurgan based RUC man
renowned as a `serial recruiter' attempted to
recruit a 37 year old man from the Taghnevan estate in the town as an
A report: `Equality and Human Rights: Their Role in
Building' was launched in Belfast last Thursday.
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