In its annual Easter message, the leadership of Óglaigh
na hÉireann has again avowed its commitment to republican
objectives and the search for a durable peace.
An energetic and determined election team was the key to Sinn
Féin candidate Barry McElduff's spectacular election success.
Louth Sinn Féin County Councillor Arthur Morgan has said that
management reshuffles announced at British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) are a 'distraction'.
British soldiers in Belfast
delayed the rescue of a woman trapped in a lift for over an hour.
Brixton escaper Nessan Quinlivan walked free from yet another prison
The reasons behind David Trimble's announcement
that he wishes his party to sever its links with the Orange Order may
not become clear for some time, writes Fern Lane
A heated argument between loyalists on the Shankill Road this week has
further fuelled speculation of tensions between loyalist factions
within Belfast city.
Sinn Féin is accuses the British Army of a cover up following
a helicopter incident in Derry.
A Strabane mother of two brothers shot dead by the British SAS
is to mount a legal challenge against a proposed 40-meter-high
British Direct Ruler in the Six Counties Peter Mandelson has snubbed
the US House Committee on Inernational Relations.
Two women who were subjected to a campaign of sectarian
abuse while employed by the Ulster Bank have received substantial damages.
Relatives of people killed and maimed by the British Army and the RUC
have expressed their anger at the
wording of a plague unveiled in City Hall.
The proposed Easter Monday
Apprentice Boys parade is to be rerouted away from the Lower Ormeau Road area.
Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin has called for an Irish
passport office to be established in Belfast and in other regions.
The Sinn Féin Ard Fheis last week passed a resolution urging
the cancelation of Third World debt.
Thugs affiliated to the racist group Combat 18 are responsible for a
wave of unprovoked attacks on Catholics in County Down.
The London-based group, Friends of the Good Friday Agreement, held its
first major conference entitled `Making the Good Friday Agreement Work'
At its Annual General Meeting last weekend, the Troops Out Movement
(TOM) agreed to prioritise its `Demilitarise Ireland Campaign',
which is supported by Tony Benn MP.
Sinn Féin national director of campaigns Jim Gibney talks to
Eoin O'Broin about his involvement in the campaign for political
Music from the Blocks 2, a recording of 20 famous `jail
songs' is being launched.
Falling share prices on US
and European stock markets mean little to workers across the world.
Ireland's first multicultural newspaper, Metro Eireann, was launched
in the Mansion House on Monday.
Over 400 people packed into Liberty Hall on Sunday to
plan a campaign against discriminatory policies introduced for asylum seekers.
The Dublin government rushed through all stages of a special Bill in less than
three hours to impose refuse and other charges on householders.
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