Finucane case witness hospitalised
A key prosecution witness in the case against William Stobie,
charged in connection with the 1989 assassination of civil rights
lawyer Pat Finucane, has signed himself into a psychiatric
A US Congress Committee discussed a
resolution in support of the full implementation of the Patten
Commission's recommendations on policing in the Six Counties.
The photograph of a uniformed RUC
officer saluting the coffin of loyalist
paramilitary Bobby Mahood said it all.
scenes the British government is set yet again to expand British
Army installations and barracks in the Six Counties.
The British government has been accused of another serious breach
For the first six months of this year, Bertie Ahern and Charlie
McCreevy ignored the reality of rising inflation,
writes Robbie MacGabhann.
The British military has been accused of hypocrisy over its continued
use of the Lynx helicopter in the Six Counties.
The eighth anniversary of the killing
of North Belfast teenager Peter McBride was marked by a series of
events throughout the Six Counties and in London this week.
Long-standing Ardoyne republican Martin Meehan will carry the
Sinn Féin torch in this month's Westminster by-election in South
Loyalists in hammer
Ormeau Road residents saved a man from serious injury or death
when they frightened off a loyalist gang who were attacking him.
The decision by Mo Mowlam to announce her retirement from
politics was hardly a surprise.
The Rosemary Nelson Campaign says a number of questions remain unanswered
in the investigation into the murder of the human rights lawyer.
A retired Australian High Court Judge has been appointed to the
Bloody Sunday Tribunal of Inquiry.
Two Louth county councillors have brought
a U.S. anti-incineration expert to a council meeting at their own
expense so that his arguments could be heard.
The Dublin government contrives scarcity
through ineptitude and then shuffles its obligation to provide a
service across to the private sector, writes Roisin
Property developers are planning to dwarf historic Kilmainham Jail
and surrounding houses.
Last Friday, Galway County Council unanimously rejected the
Connaught Regional Draft Waste Management Plan.
There is less
confidence than ever in the British nuclear industry
following the latest revelations on Sellafield.
Peter Bunting of the
National Bus and Railworkers Union (NBRU) speaks to An
Phoblacht's Michael Pierse about transport and trade unionism.
Speculation on the likelihood of a resignation of Finance Minister Charlie McCreevy managed
to miss the point completely, argues Michale Pierse.
Six construction workers died on building sites in the
first seven months of the year.
Sinn Féin has called for greater unity of purpose between all the District
Councils in confronting the farming crisis.
The pollution of the
drinking water in the greater Belfast and Lisburn area which has
escalated to crisis proportions.
Tens of thousands of traditional music fans descended on the
picturesque Wexford town of Enniscorthy recently.
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