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Sinister agenda
behind prison transfer

In a dramatic operation, republican political prisoners at Castlerea, County Roscommon were transferred to Portlaoise Jail overnight on Tuesday, 25 April. more

Easter commemorations

Turnouts for Easter commemorations throughout the country were up this year.

Soldiers dead in helicopter crash?

A British Army helicopter crash in South Armagh last month may have killed two soldiers.

New York presses RUC on death lists

The New York City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling on the RUC to divulge security information to councillors on a death-list.

Family lobbies against killer soldier

A vigil was held in London calling for the dismissal of the two soldiers involved in the killing of Peter McBride.

Loyalist bomb scare

A bomb scare delayed the start of the Easter commemoration in the Whitewell Road area of North Belfast.

Kelly again named on death list

Sinn Féin Assembly member Gerry Kelly has again been told his name is on a loyalist death list.

ger at Army church invite

Bessbrook people are angry that a priest invited a British Army chaplain to take part in a joint village service.

Loyalists terrorise Belfast residents

Loyalist mobs are terrorising nationalist residents in West Belfast almost every night.

Ormeau Road frustration

Frustration continues over the refusal of the marching orders to fully engage in dialogue.

Council votes for sale

The latest revelations spilled from the Flood Tribunal on Easter week.

Nigerians march against racism

An unprovoked attack on a 16-year-old Nigerian asylum-seeker led to a street protest in Dublin.

1916 hero honoured

A a plaque in memory of Volunteer Joe Clarke was unveiled on his family home on O'Donovan Road in the Tenters area of Dublin.

Britain's racist medics

Many British soldiers who end up on the wrong side of the law do so because they are just plain bad, writes Fern Lane.

Not making the sandwiches

Pauline Tully is one of a growing number of women increasingly active in Sinn Féin.

SDLP denies Marks family

Down Council last week refused to back calls for an investigation into the killing by the RUC of IRA Volunteer Colum Marks.

Teachers slam government

Martin McGuinness addressed the annual conference of the irish National Teachers' Organisation.

Guarding the unions

The annual conference of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) voted in favour of trade union status.

Name tax amnesty politicians call

Sligo Corporation is urging that the names of all the politicians who took advantage of the 1993 tax amnesty be revealed.

MacManus slams Sligo `flotel' plan

The deputy mayor of Sligo has slammed Dublin government proposals to dock a so-called `flotel' in Sligo Harbour to house asylum-seekers.

Stop Youghal harassment

Youghal Sinn Féin Councillor Martin Hallinan has highlighted Special Branch harassment of young republicans in the town.

Prisoner's RTÉ break

Republican prisoner Michael Gallagher is to have his work performed on RTÉ radio.

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