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Taking the London out of Derry

Derry City Council has begun the process of formally changing the name of the historic city from Londonderry back to Derry. more

See No Evil, Speak No Evil...

Nationalist homes on the Limestone Road in North Belfast were attacked by unionists this week.

Focus on full and faithful implementation of agreement

An interview with Sinn Féin National Chairperson Mitchel McLaughlin

Protecting the witness

Lord Saville has consistently aided and abetted Ted Heath in the latter's efforts to avoid answering questions about Bloody Sunday, writes FERN LANE

Powers on policing and justice should be transferred

The Sinn Féin spokesperson on Policing and Justice, Gerry Kelly, has called for the powers on policing and justice to be transferred to the Assembly and North/South Ministerial Council.

Sinn Féin says claim your vote

Sinn Féin's Mitchel McLaughlin has welcomed what he termed the recognition by the electoral office of the shortcomings in the registration process.

Equality threatens no one

Unionists should join the search for equality as enshrined in the Good Friday Agreement, Bairbre de Brún has said.

Stevens report to be delayed again

The Stevens' report into British state collusion in the killing of Belfast defence lawyer Pat Finucane is to be delayed again.

Morgan sketches republican vision

A public debate was held last Thursday in Dublin on different perspectives on nationalism.

Taxing issues

Bertie Ahern is intent on another year of backtracking and finding new ways to avoid blame for various failures, writes ROBBIE SMYTH.

Wexford Colombia Three vigil

A candlelight vigil in support of the Bring Them Home Campaign will be held in Ferns, County Wexford, on Wednesday 5 February.

Slógadh ar siúl i gceantar stairiúil Sliabh gCuillinn

The venue for this year's Sinn Féin Slógadh will be Slieve Gullion Courtyard in South Armagh and will take place during the weekend of 21 to 23 February.

The minister for ostriches

A political ostrich is an apt description of Fianna Fáil Agriculture minister Joe Walsh, writes ROBBIE SMYTH.

What is the Social Economy?

ROISIN DE ROSAA urges you to imagine a world where all businesses are social economy.

Flagrant breaches of neutrality

The Department of Transport has admitted that 26 US warplanes have brought munitions through Shannon Airport.

Trimble urged to distance himself from Portadown racists

Unionist councillors who blocked the construction of a new Mosque are sectarian and racist, says the Sinn Féin councillor for the area.

Death driver victims' relatives demand tougher sentences

A delegation of relatives of those killed as a consequence of car crime in Belfast met with a number of MPs at Westminster last Thursday.

Visiting councillors not told of Sellafield leak

Two Sinn Féin councillors were part of a delegation visiting the Sellafield Nuclear Plant last week when there was a dangerous leak of lithium nitrate.

Crowe welcomes student militancy

Sinn Féin spokesperson on Education, Seán Crowe, has backed the planned student National Day of Action.

17 arrested fighting against subbie system

Last week, 17 construction workers were arrested and dragged to court on grounds that they had broken an injunction.

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