Elections will be
a first step
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Elections alone will not solve the current impasse in the Peace Process, Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness told
reporters this week, but they can create a context for injecting a new dynamic into negotiations.
The NIO is understood to be drawing up a proposal for an independent body
to decide on the future of Scots Guards James Fisher and Mark Wright.
Army's most senior officer, General Sir Mike Jackson, has had
to make a new statement to the Bloody Sunday inquiry.
A oOleglass mother is accusing the PSNI of putting her life in
danger after she discovered that her details were found on a
loyalist floppy disc.
TWO FORMER RUC members have been questioned over allegations that they threatened the life of
the Lurgan defence lawyer Rosemary Nelson.
About 400 people attended a demilitarisation rally held at Forkhill British Army Barracks
in South Armagh on Sunday.
An historic event to mark the 20th anniversary of the 1983 H
Block escape is to be held in the Holiday Inn in Letterkenny,
The activities of the PSNI's Special Branch are once again
under the spotlight.
Sectarianism isn't experienced in the soundbite of distinct
events, writes LAURA FRIEL.
A Catholic man was left for dead after being struck on the head with a hatchet by a gang of Shankill Road loyalists.
Sinn Féin is calling on Kildare Council to revoke an
invitation sent to Lisburn Council to participate in a
sporting event in October.
Childcare assistance has been cut for people on the Vocational
Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS), just days before the
courses were due to start.
Clonakilty has been declared as Ireland's First Official Fair
Gerry Adams addressed a meeting of the Sinn Féin
border-area elected representatives who gathered together last
Friday in Dundalk.
Sinn Féin spokesperson on the EU Aengus Ó
Snodaigh TD has criticised the Irish government's plan to solicit
private sponsorship of aspects of the Irish EU Presidency.
Sinn Féin National Chairperson Mitchel McLaughlin has
paid tribute to the work of North Belfast councillor Gerard
Council has been accused of being confrontational with
anti-bin charge protestors.
The Laffoy resignation is symptomatic of a widespread malaise
in the tribunals, writes PAUL O'CONNOR.
Historian RUÁN O'DONNELL assesses the real significance
of one of Ireland's most iconic and misunderstood national
Suspension of the Assembly should not represent political stasis for republicans, argues
DOMHNALL Ó COBHTHAIGH.
An Post is facing trading losses this year of 50 million Euros and 1,500 jobs are in jeopardy
A new law is being introduced and the Irish
are falling over themselves to see who can come up with the
best doomsday predictions, writes JOANNE CORCORAN.
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