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Britain's dirty
war exposed

British MI5 officers destroyed vital evidence of murder in a shoot to kill inquiry case. more

One reason why the RUC should be disbanded

Laura Friel on one man's story containing all the elements of the nationalist experience of the RUC.

Boy survives second loyalist attack

Declan Lagan is lucky to be alive, as loyalists could have killed him twice in the past year.

MacManus secures Sligo/Leitrim nomination

The Deputy Mayor of Sligo has been selected by Sinn Féin to contest the Sligo/Leitrim constituency at the next general election.

Councillor arrested on way to council

Sinn Féin is to make representations after an incident in which one of the party's councillors was arrested while on his way to a council meeting in Craigavon.

Charlie - what were you thinking?

Robbie McGabhann wonders who is really running the Dublin government after a series of controversial decisions by Finance Minister Charlie McCreevy.

Large crowd at McCreesh commemoration

Over 400 people attended the 19th commemoration march for hunger striker Raymond McCreesh in Camloch in South Armagh last Sunday.

Setbacks for unjust waste management plans

The leak of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report on dioxins has huge ramifications in Ireland.

New Act used to oust councillor

A local elected representative has been ousted from a town commission for refusing to pay service charges.

Ekundayo wins case

An asylum seeker who faced charges of assaulting Gardai as he was being deported has won his case in the Dublin Circuit Court.

Adams calls for unity against racism

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has called on party leaders throughout Ireland to make a public declaration against racism.

Community memorial initiative

Attempts to destroy a republican memorial are being met with community opposition.

Ógra relaunch

Ógra Shinn Féin in the Six Counties is to relaunch with a radical activity-based programme in coming months.

IDB must come clean on figures - O'Hagan

Sinn Féin has called on the North's development authority to come clean on its job creation.

EU to control of Irish tax policy

New EU criteria will severely limit the Dublin government's ability to independently plan and execute Irish economic policy.

O'Reilly's in the Monet

Former Bean King Tony O'Reilly has splashed out $24.5 million dollars on a Monet painting.

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