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Efforts continue
to avert disaster

Sinn Féin has been working flat-out this week in an effort to save the Good Friday Agreement and the peace process, which have been pushed to the brink of collapse by unionist threats. more

20,000 attend Bloody Sunday commemoration

A huge crowd marched in Derry on Sunday to commemorate the killings of 14 people at the hands of British Paratroopers 28 years ago.

ger as Clegg is cleared

The acquittal of British Paratrooper Lee Clegg has been described as ``the final insult to the families and the wider nationalist community''.

British dirty tricks over Bloody Sunday

The British Army and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) haev been accused of trying to undermine the Saville Inquiry into the Bloody Sunday massacre.

Northern judiciary in sectarian Bar brawl

An attempt by unionist barristers to prevent two Catholic barristers contesting the imposition of an oath of allegiance has failed.

Judges remarks a ``disgrace''

A judge who said Martin Meehan ``is a well known republican terrorist'` has been branded a ``disgrace''.

North Antrim attacks

Catholic-owned shops have become the target of sectarian attacks for the second time in a month.

Poyntzpass killers sentenced

Three loyalists have been given life sentences for their role in the killing of two Poyntzpass friends in March 1998.

Self interest and sectarianism in the Assembly

Sinn Féin has defended the recent hospital maternity unit decision by Minister for Health Bairbre de Brún.

RUC looking for trouble in Derry

Numerous complaints have been made to Sinn Féin about the behaviour of the RUC in Derry.

Police knew O'Neill was unarmed

Fern Lane reports on the opening day of the inquest into the killing of Volunteer Diarmuid O'Neill.

A Russian perspective

Irina Malenko presents an unusual view of the conflict in Ireland.

Health inequality slammed

The state of our public health service points up the failure of the Celtic Tiger economy, according to Sinn Féin's Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin.

Call for waste management strategy

Wicklow and Louth County Councils are facing serious crises because of their respective lack of a waste management plan.

Evictions threat in Fermanagh

Following a forced eviction in North Belfast and the threat of more in Derry, Fermanagh Housing Executive looks to be next.

Finucane poster campaign launched

Two thousand members of the legal profession have put their signatures to a campaign poster supporting a judicial inquiry.

90% rise in house prices

House prices in the 26 Counties rose by 90.9% over the past four years according to new figures.

New councillor aims to make a difference

Jonathan O'Brien was co-opted onto Cork City Corporation two weeks ago.

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