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SDLP reject
electoral pact

The SDLP has rejected the prospect of a ten-year electoral strategy pact with Sinn Féin that could have represented an effective countdown to a united Ireland, according to Mitchel McLaughlin, the chairperson of Sinn Féin. more

Roses for Rosemary

On the second anniversary of her death, a commemoration for Rosemary Nelson took place at Clonard Monastery in Belfast.

Loyalists attack Catholic homes in Portadown

A loyalist mob attacked Catholic homes on the edge of the Garvaghy Road estate in Portadown last Sunday night.

From DC to Seattle

Six Sinn Féin representatives traveled to North America last week in order to meet with the new American administration as well as with communities across North America.

Transport policy `should tackle inequality'

Sinn Féin has strongly challenged proposals for the Six-County transport strategy.

Guerin case fiasco

ROBBIE MacGABHANN argues that the 26-County criminal justice system has been seriously damaged by the Veronica Guerin case.

No guarantee that referendum will be fair

On 31 May, three referenda are due to take place regarding Europe, the death penalty and international justice.

DUP promotes sectarianism

Sinn Féin Fermanagh & South Tyrone Assembly member Gerry McHugh has accused the DUP of promoting sectarianism.

Hunger strike exhibition launched

There was a strong public response at the launch of the National Hunger Strike Commemoration Committee's exhibition.

Kilmainham planning battle hots up

Residents of Kilmainham and Inchicore are taking their battle against property developers to the planning board.

Lennon wrong to play on

FERN LANE argues that Neil Lennon is unwittingly helping to perpetuate the casual acceptance of sectarianism.

It's like playing Russian Roulette

There has been a disturbing upsurge in young people engaging in solvent abuse in West Belfast in recent months.

Fine Gael hot around the collar

Fine Gael representatives' recent behaviour has been like that of headless chickens, writes MICHAEL PIERSE.

Gerry Adams calls for race-hate legislation

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has called for governmental action against racism on the UN International Day Against Racism.

Talks offer hope in Burma

The assistant secretary of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions (ABFSU) visited Ireland on Monday.

Clonakilty job losses

A Clonakilty councillor has called for some protection for his community from the practices of global capitalism.

Tom Smith remembered

Hundreds gathered in Dublin last Saturday for the annual commemoration of the death of Óglaigh na hÉireann Volunteer Tom Smith.

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