Peace process needs urgent attention
Elections should not distract focus - McGuinness
Sinn Féin Chief Negotiator and Six-County Minister for Education,
Martin McGuinness is urging the political parties and the British
and Dublin governments to remain focused on breaking the
stalemate in the peace process.
A round-up of the many republican commemorations held last weekend to mark
the 85th anniversary of the Easter rising of 1916.
Five men and
two women who had been arrested in connection with the killing
of Robert Hamill
were released, without charge, on police bail.
Foot and Mouth disease finally persuaded the
Ballynafeigh Apprentice boys not to force their march
down the Lower Ormeau Road on Easter
Sinn Féin representative for Slieve Gullion, Colman Burns,
has accused the British Army of complete disregard for the
safety of people in South Armagh.
Two new reports have been launched in Belfast on the work of
ex-prisoner groups and the experiences of former prisoners and
Sinn Féin Chairperson, Foyle MLA Mitchel McLaughlin has
publicly given the party's backing to the 2001 Census.
The Crucifix carried by IRA Volunteer Tom Williams to his death
has been handed over to the West Belfast-based Roddy McCorley
Sinn Féin election worker Sean Caughey believes his life
is in danger from loyalists.
A Derry based ex-prisoners'
group has launched an exhibition commemorating the 1980/81 hunger
strikes in Long Kesh and Armagh prisons.
A warning that the gas find off the Irish coast may not provide
the bonanza being promised.
The ASTI annual conference in Galway on Tuesday night greeted
minister Michael Woods with intense
A look at the plan for a
'Supra Regional Authority' to take over some of the powers of seven local
Sinn Féin's Francie Molloy has denounced a secret meeting
held between an Independent Coalisland councillor and the RUC in the
County Tyrone town last week.
Sinn Féin's Sean Crowe has described the results of a TG4
poll of his Dublin South West constituency as ``encouraging''.
The Mayor of Sligo, Sinn Féin Alderman Sean MacManus, is
to host a major cross-border conference in Sligo on Tuesday 15
EU militarism is another reason to say 'No' to the Nice Treaty.
Sedat Gursel Akmaz, 41, has became the 13th political prisoner to
starve to death in a hunger strike protest against Turkey's new
To mark Easter Week, hill-walker Gay Clery reflects on the
Bonnán Buí, a rare Irish bird with links to
1916 Martyr Thomas Mac Donagh.
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