Black week remembered
The first week in February ten years ago was an awful
one, with ten civilians and an IRA Volunteer shot dead and more
Some 40,000 people from all over Ireland and the rest of the
world retraced the steps of the thousands who marched against
internment and for civil rights in January 1972.
Adams has told a New York audience that republicans are
seeking a strategic engagement with unionism to begin a debate
now about the nature and form of a new Ireland.
Loyalist violence continued this week with a series of
attacks, including a booby trap car bomb, a number of serious
assaults and renewed threats against Catholic workers and members
of the GAA.
Sinn FŽin policing spokesperson Gerry Kelly has said that there can be "no compromise on
accountability in regard to the Policing Board's meetings wqith Nuala O'Loan and Ronnie Flanagan.
Craigavon Sinn FŽin Councillor John O'Dowd and
colleagues were lucky to escape injury after loyalist
protesters threw fireworks at them during a debate.
An energy-charged rally in Monaghan last
Friday evening saw the launch of Caoimhgh’n î Caol‡in's Leinster
House reelection drive.
The St Patrick's Day Carnival Committee is to meet
Belfast City Council staff to discuss the possibility of getting
funding this year.
British security minister Jane Kennedy's has been accused of lacking understanding
of the situation on the ground in Derry.
The Sinn FŽin prospective TD for Dublin South-West,
Councillor Se‡n Crowe, has urged the Taoiseach to
take firm action against Cork TD Noel O'Flynn over his recent comments.
The concluding part of An Phoblacht's two-part special on the
daring escape of seven IRA prisoners from the Maidstone prison
ship in January 1972.
Sinn FŽin President Gerry Adams MP has expressed his
condolences to the family, friends and Congregation of Sister
Sarah Clarke, who died on Monday evening, 4 February.
Sinn FŽin's newly
selected candidate for Dublin North-Central spoke
at a debate on Republicanism in Maynooth University last week.
The news that Nestle Ireland is to sell off some of its
best known brands has
generated huge concern that jobs are about to be lost.
"Knowledge is the key" according to
InterTradeIreland's new three-year corporate plan, launched last
Jobless figures released last weekend showed the biggest rise in the Live Register for
January since 1993.
A 35-strong delegation of Noraid supporters visited
Ireland last week, visitng South Armagh, Monaghan and Derry.
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