Lisburn: 'A City For Everyone' - Except Catholics
Sinn Féin is seeking a judicial review and calling for the political isolation of Lisburn City Council, after the UUP and DUP excluded Sinn Féin, the SDLP, and the Alliance Party from holding any senior position on the Council at its AGM on 26 June and unionists deferred a Sinn Féin motion calling for equality on the council this week.
The Dublin government's response to the
death of Captain James Kelly was opportunistic, writes ELLA O'DWYER.
US House of Representatives has voted in favour of government funding
to train both the PSNI and the Gardaí.
Last week the PSNI admitted they know who killed Catholic teenager
Gerard Lawlor - but no action is planned.
Sinn Féin Health spokesperson Caoimhghín Ó
Caoláin TD has described as "scandalous" the situation that has
been allowed to develop at Dublin's Beaumont Hospital.
British Home Office Minister Fiona McTaggart has been accused of deliberately
misrepresenting the situation at Maghaberry prison.
Fourteen members of the US Congress have called on British Prime
Minister Tony Blair to set a date for the suspended Six Counties
Bertie Ahern was urged to live up to his words by making
Third World debt this a priority of his EU presidency.
eleventh Frank Cahill memorial lecture will this year be presented by Sinn
Féin Vice President Joe Cahill.
Robert Emmet Association and the Bogtrotters combined forces and took
to the Dublin mountains last Saturday afternoon.
This year's New Lodge Festival in North Belfast and Féile
an Phobail in West Belfast are packed with things to do and people to
mob of more than 20 loyalists attacked a Catholic man last Sunday, 20
July, as he played golf on an Antrim course.
A public meeting to discuss the housing crisis in
Dublin was held in the Camden
Court Hotel on Wednesday 16 July.
at An Phoblacht's Parnell Square HQ had new neighbours last week,
albeit very briefly.
announcement of a judicial inquiry
into the death of Dr David Kelly provided British Prime Minister Tony Blair with a breathing space.
Leading Ulster Unionist John Taylor has threatened to scupper the
entire Good Friday Agreement if the proposed Independent Monitoring
Body (IMB) will include a nominee from the Dublin government.
GRANVILLE, who is retiring as editor of the Connolly Association's
newspaper, The Irish Democrat, writes in his final editorial of the
current situation in the peace process.
Orange Order's reverence for loyalist killers was on display once again two weeks
Dublin government's agenda of deregulation, competition and
privatisation is a profiteer's charter, doomed to failure, writes PAUL
Monday, Sinn Féin elected representatives from the North West
discuss the party's plans for the economic and political regeneration
of the region.
British Army fired five times as many plastic bullets in 2002 as it did
during the previous 12 months.
Obsession with ideological purity and the following of dogmas
that don't suit objective conditions is a recipe for disaster, argues SEáN Mac BRáDAIGH
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