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RUC stand idly by

This past ten days or so of loyalist disorder have shown again, as if further evidence was required, the necessity for a completely new policing service in the Six Counties. more

Sinn Féin report slams Policing Bill

Sinn Féin Mid-Ulster MP Martin McGuinness has launched a 100-page analysis and comprehensive indictment of the Policing bill's failures to date.

The struggle is not yet over

The Irish People's Kate Sheridan on the visit by Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams to the United States.

Residents protest Springfield Road march

After a night of loyalist attacks on the Springfield Road, the RUC sealed the area off to allow this year's Twelfth parade through.

Prominent visitors witness South Armagh militarisation

South Armagh has hosted a number prominent US and Canadian politicians, lawyers and observers to witness what locals have to endure all year round.

Bomb an attack on process

A bomb attack in Stewartstown was described by Sinn Féin Education Minister Martin McGuinness as 'a deliberate attack on the peace process'.

Community worker in sinister incident

A West Belfast community worker is recovering from shock after three armed men forced their way into his home and threatened him.

Reclaim our cultural territory

Gerry McGeough on the continuing destruction of the ancient Gaelic culture in the North of Ireland.

Sinn Féin secures Leitrim County Council chair

Sinn Féin Councillor Michael Colreavy was elected chair of Leitrim County Council last Friday.

Sinn Féin's rise alarms Bruton

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD has said that the Fine Gael leader John Bruton is ``peddling untruths'' in order to discredit Sinn Féin.

Harney is wrong on jobless challenge

It was self-congratulation mode for the Dublin Government this week, writes Robbie MacGabhann

Conference on UN backs neutrality

A conference was held in Dublin last weekend on the theme `Transforming the United Nations'.

Dublin City Council votes for waste charges

Dublin City Councillor Dessie Ellis has vowed that Sinn Fein will fight against the introduction of bin charges.

Dublin Coiste officially opened

Former republican prisoner Brian Keenan did the honours in Dublin city centre on Saturday, 10 July.

Donegal community fights ESB vandals

The ESB are planning an act of outrageous environmental vandalism across probably the last unspoilt part of Ireland.

McCabe remembered in new mural

Tom Hartley unveiled a new mural to commemorate Nora McCabe, the 33-year-old West Belfast woman shot dead by as an RUC plastic bullet in 1981.

Clarke Acknowledgement

A message from the wife and children of the late volunteer Terry `Cleaky' Clarke.

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