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Unionists withdraw from process

The threatened resignation of the UUP's three members of the Six-County Executive by next Wednesday represents another stage in that party's continuing withdrawal from the Peace Process. more

Dublin remembers the hunger strikers

Over 10,000 people marched through the streets of Dublin to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1981 Hunger Strikes.

UDA attack city centre bar

The weekend gun attack on Lavery's Bar in Belfast city centre was the work of the UDA, says Sinn Féin's Alex Maskey.

Bring them home campaign underway

Former Belfast Féile an Phobail director Caitríona Ruane is to head the campaign to bring home three Irishmen currently being held in Colombia.

The Forgotten Ten

The 26-County government will hold state funerals with military honours for a group of IRA Volunteers who have become known as the Forgotten Ten.

RUC leopard hasn't changed its spots

Last week, the RUC was in the spotlight over the violence it used against the nationalist population in Derry in 1969.

Courts uphold Mandelson ruling on flags

A decision by the High Court in Belfast upheld Peter Mandelson's ruling that Sinn Féin ministers must fly the British Union Jack.

Boy who played with bomb has lucky escape

A seven-year-old boy could have been killed when he played with a loyalist bomb he found in the grounds of a Gaelic sports club.

The decline of journalism

The basic tenets of journalism was another victim in the murder of Martin O'Hagan, killed by loyalists for his investigative journalism, writes JOHN O'LEARY.

A 'Grand' night out

A meeting organised by a 'Loyalist Cultural Society' last week soon collapsed into a diet of paranoia and racism.

Ó Caolain opposes "retaliatory war"

Speaking in a special Dáil debate last week, Sinn Féin TD opposed a retaliatory war by the US and its allies.

"State should aid Aer Lingus" - Ó Caoláin

The crisis at Aer Lingus calls has led to a call for immediate aid to save jobs and the national airline.

It was all about power and control

Republican former prisoner ELLA O'DWYER travelled on behalf of Coiste na nIarchimí to Durban, South Africa, for the recent World Conference on Racism.

All island response needed to economic crisis

As jobs seep out of the two Irish economies, ROBBIE MacGABHANN wonders what is occupying the minds of the 26-County government.

British Army tries to lure students

An Assembly member Barry McElduff has hit out at the University of Ulster for allowing the British Army to recruit there on Freshers' Day.

Housing crisis in the North

Michelle Gildernew says housing statistics released by the Social Development department paint a bleak picture.

Health horror story in Cavan

A damning report has once more highlighted the number languishing on hospital waiting lists.

Dispute on N4 dual-carriageway

Doubts have been cast on commitments given earlier this year to upgrade the N4 road in Boyle, County Roscommon.

Sinn Féin at Forum on Europe

Sinn Féin has announced that its Dublin South Central representative, Aengus Ó Snodaigh, will represent the party on the Forum on Europe.

Tralee students back Sinn Féin

The Sinn Féin cumann in a Tralee college once again came out on top of the political societies.

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