Sinn Féin President
Gerry Adams has called for Tony Blair to offer real and
substantial commitment to implementing the Good Friday Agreement,
before time runs out.
Up to 20 former and serving RUC/PSNI officers and British
soldiers face prosecution concerning evidence of collusion in the
killing of Irish citizens in the North. LAURA FRIEL writes.
A Catholic mother and her daughter had a lucky escape after the
Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) launched a pipe bomb attack on
their County Armagh home.
Media commentators have expressed disbelief
at the fact that a programme in which the UDA declared they "want
to give peace a chance" has been dubbed 'The John Gregg
The Ballymurphy Activities, Sports, and Education (BASE) centre
officially opened its doors on 17 February.
Fermanagh District Council
has agreed to pay £12,500 to a Catholic man after he took a case
against the council under the Fair Employment and Treatment
Jean McBride has slammed the British
Ministry of Defence over the military deployment of her son's killers.
The Head of the PSNI's
Special Branch has intervened in the consultation process that is
to decide the location of the new Belfast maternity hospital.
has finally been made about the reform of the hospital services in the
West Tyrone Assembly member
Barry McElduff has set up a Discussion Forum at Sinn
Féin's Constituency Office in Omagh, County Tyrone.
A very successful and
enjoyable Slógadh Shinn Féin took place last
weekend in South Armagh.
Belfast Mayor Alex Maskey
recently undertook the coast-to-coast trip to promote the peace process and
the city of Belfast.
Ella O'Dwyer's astonishing book, "The Rising of the Moon",
was launched by Brian Keenan last week.
The latest, and most
bizarre yet, stage of the trial of the three Irishmen in Colombia
will get under way next Tuesday.
Féin Councillor EOIN Ó BROIN reflects on the state
of the transition in South Africa, almost nine years after the coming to power of
Caoimhghin Ó Caoláin has
raised the urgent need for speech and language
services services for children with special needs
The publication of the British government's
White Paper on Energy failed to include the ringing endorsement on Britain's
spokesperson on Social and Community Affairs Seán Crowe
TD has hit out at the
government for its failure to address child poverty.
Last week, was the UDA was signalling a break with the
past, a new beginning, a move forward? Well almost, but not
quite, argues LAURA FRIEL.
In coming weeks, union members will vote on the sixth partnership
agreement, Sustaining Progress amid growing discord between
the social partners and government.
Sinn Féin TD Aengus
Ó Snodaigh has called on people to come out in large
numbers in support of a series of anti-war rallies planned for
Saturday, 1 March.
Limerick Sinn Féin
has arrived on the web.
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