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New collusion revelations

Sinn Féin Assembly member Michelle Gildernew has been given a list with details of 23 republicans taken from crown forces files. more

No initiatives from British government

The intensive political engagement signposted for St Patrick's Day in Washington never materialised.

Sinn Féin encouraged by American support

The St Patrick's Day celebrations at the White House this year had inevitably an underlying air of concern and regret.

``As near to murder as you can get''

A 10-month-old baby and her mother were treated in hospital after a loyalist petrol bomb attack on their home just outside Glenarm near Larne.

Threats against solicitor not taken seriously

A Belfast solicitor who took on the work of Rosemary Nelson representing the Garvaghy Road residents has been refused personal protection by the RUC.

Hundreds join Lurgan justice march

Last Sunday in Lurgan, hundreds of devastated families, relatives and friends stood in silence, grief written all over their faces.

Orange Hall ``celebration'' ends in tragedy

Loyalists in Portadown on St Patrick's nigh tprovoked a confrontation between nationalist youths and the RUC.

Trimble and the film maker

A report on Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble'a turn at taking the witness stand in the McPhilemy libel action in London's High Court.

RUC behind sinister calls

RUC officers based at Lurgan RUC barracks were behind a series of anonymous, malicious phone calls, it has emerged.

RUC officer charged

An RUC officer is to be charged with assault after an incident in Derry last August 14.

Dublin eviction resisted

At least 30 activists gathered on Tuesday morning to greet the Dublin city sheriff, who was due to evict tenants from two flats in Crumlin.

Belfast Carnival fun

St Patrick's Day revellers in Belfast didn't let a spot of rain dampen their spirits.

Tom Smith remembered, 25 years on

The largest crowd in recent memory turned out on St Patrick's Day in Dublin to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of IRA Volunteer Tom Smith.

League under fire as RUC match goes ahead

There has been anb angry reaction to the decision of Newington FC to play a controversial soccer match against the RUC.

Fusco gets bail

Angelo Fusco, who was arrested near his home in Tralee, County Kerry, in January and served with British extradition warrants, was finally granted bail on Tuesday.

Garda intimidation in Galway

Alan Ó Cléirigh, a 20-year-old commerce student at NUI Galway, has the latest target of Garda harassment and intimidation of Sinn Féin members.

Public meeting in Ballinamore

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD spoke on the current crisis a Sinn Féin public meeting in Ballinamore, County Leitrim, last Sunday.

Australian Irish `welcome' for queen

Australian Aid for Ireland (AAI) demonstrators made sure that Elizabeth Windsor got the message at an official welcome ceremony in Sydney on Monday.

Leading Quebec politician joins Irish on march

Gilles Duceppe, Canadian MP and leader of the Bloc Quebecois Party marched with the Montreal Coalition for Peace in Ireland (CPI) in that city's St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Crumley resigns

Derry Sinn Féin Councillor Cathal Crumley has resigned as chairperson of the Airport Committee, claiming the financial management of the City of Derry Airport is 'a shambles'.

Germany shows political muscle

Horst Kohler, the current president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, is also set to become the head of the International Monetary Fund.

Dublin radio spreads worldwide anti-racism message

Community radio station NEAR FM, based in Dublin, took part in a a 24-hour worldwide radio show against racism.

North England Hamill campaign

A north of England campaign is being launched to obtain justice for Robert Hamill.

Orange Order in Dublin PR stunt

Sinn Féin is seeking a special meeting of Dublin City Council to discuss a controversial Orange Order march in Dublin.

Ormond Square issue not about homelessness

The construction of a homeless people's hostel has been blocked.

Dublin's recycling company closes

Kerbside, based in the Dublin suburb of Tallaght, shuts its doors this Friday, and 66 workers will lose their jobs while recyclables go uncollected.

Hard lessons from Rover and Harland & Wolff

50,000 workers in Britain are this week pondering a bleak long-term future after the decision by the German BMW group to sell off the Rover Cars company.

Sinn Féin Youth National Spring School

Sinn Féin's youth wing is holding its two-day National Spring School in Monaghan Town this weekend.

PPF vote to be carried

It was widely expected that the Programme for Prosperity and Fairness (PPF) would be endorsed by the ICTU.

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