The removal of a British army sangar from the Square in
Crossmaglen last week was nothing more than a propaganda stunt.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams argues that it is still
possible to secure a policing service that attracts and embraces
republicans, nationalists and unionists.
Propaganda is rarely just about telling lies, writes Laura Friel
Loyalists, some armed with cudgels, last week threatened a group
of Sinn Féin activists protesting against discrimination.
The Parades Commission's decision on Wednesday reroutes
Apprentice Boys parade away from the Lower Ormeau Road.
Thousands took to the streets of West Belfast on Sunday
for Féile an Phobail's carnival despite
As part of the West Belfast festival, Nell McCafferty was
speaking in Twinbrook on Peggy Deery and other
`Women at War'.
English landlords are threatening to take away the livelihood
of a Galway family.
The Orange movement in Australia is on its death bed,
Children are having vital
hospital operations cancelled because of a shortage of nurses.
The abuse at an institutional home for boys in Tralee
has been described as 'terrible'.
Councillor Nicky Kehoe has called for confiscated criminal
funds to be reinvested in disadvantaged communities.
Wexford is fast becoming a satellite town
with very few employment opportunities for young people
A Mayo doctor is campaigning for an Air Ambulance Service.
A North Donegal environmentalist organisation, The Alternative to
Pylons Group (ATP), was set up last week.
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