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THE LINES ARE DRAWN

armedpsni.jpg Different IRA factions may have come together to co-ordinate their actions in two deadly attacks this week.

Published March 13, 2009



RE-MILITARISATION REVEALED

recon.jpg British Army special forces soldiers are back in the north of Ireland, according to PSNI Chief Hugh Orde.

Published March 6, 2009



JUSTICE FOR MICKEY BO

mcilveen2.jpg Four loyalists were convicted on Wednesday of the savage sectarian killing of 15-year-old Catholic schoolboy Michael McIlveen in Ballymena, County Antrim in May 2006.

Published February 27, 2009



SMASH THE GOLDEN CHAINS

goldenchains.jpg The 26-County coalition government of Brian Cowen is in crisis over a ‘golden circle’ of wealthy Irish developers who received almost half a billion Euro to purchase shares in a potentially fraudulent transaction at the scandal-plagued Anglo-Irish Bank.

Published February 20, 2009



DUP SEEKING ‘DEMISE’ OF GFA

gfa.jpg A DUP bid to abolish the main cross-border political institution of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement -- part of an admitted larger plan to collapse the Agreement itself -- failed in the Belfast Assembly this week.

Published February 13, 2009



JOBS SHOCK AS ECONOMY UNRAVELS

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One of Ireland’s leading unions has warned of “catastrophic” consequences following the collapse of economic recovery talks in Dublin at the weekend.

Published February 6, 2009



LEGACY: MONEY AND LIES

europarow.jpg The relatives of those killed by British forces in the north of Ireland have criticised the emphasis placed on so-called “recognition payments” to be paid by the British government to their families as a way of dealing with the past conflict.

Published January 30, 2009



IRELAND HAILS OBAMA PRESIDENCY

obamadc.jpg On a visit to Washington DC to attend the US Presidential inauguration ceremenonies, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has said he believes that President Obama can assist the Irish peace process.

Published January 23, 2009



‘CONDEMN CRIMES’ - ADAMS

adamsdiss.jpg Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has accused republican hardliners of demanding protection money from drug dealers and other criminals in the North.

Published January 16, 2009



MASSACRE IN GAZA

gazafuneral.jpg The Israeli bombing of two UN-run schools filled with children taking shelter from the continuing bloodshed in Gaza has provoked protests and increasingly desperate appeals for a halt to the killing.

Published January 9, 2009



1978: DIRTY WAR, DIRTY PROTEST

archives.jpg Previously confidential files released this week in Dublin, Belfast and London under the 30 year ruled provide evidence of the increasing role of the ‘Dirty War’ -- the use of covert intelligence and the SAS shoot-to-kill strategy by the British government.

Published January 2, 2009



IRELAND UNITED IN CRISIS

gnpgdp.jpg Concern in mounting in Ireland this Christmas that a set of rapidly deteriorating market conditions and government mis-steps are threatening to pitch the entire island into an unprecedented economic crisis.

Published December 19, 2008



LISBON II: ‘SMOKE AND MIRRORS’

lisbon2.jpg A second referendum to ratify the Lisbon Treaty will be held in the 26 Counties before October 31st of next year, according to the conclusions of a European Union summit this week.

Published December 12, 2008



NO GUNS, NO PROBLEM

udaguns.jpg The British government has extended a deadline for unionist paramilitary groups to decommission their weapons by another twelve months.

Published December 5, 2008



OVERDOSE FOR UDA’S ‘BLINGADIER’

ihabshoukri.jpg The funeral has taken place of UDA ‘brigadier’ Ihab Shoukri, who died this week after taking a fit brought on by a night of heavy drug use in Newtonabbey, outside Belfast.

Published November 28, 2008



BACK ON TRACK?

stormontstatue.jpg The Stormont Executive met on Thursday for the first time in over five months.

Published November 21, 2008



UDA ‘READY FOR BATTLE’

uda.jpg The UDA has warned of being ready to “do battle” in a statement read to several thousand loyalist supporters at a number of venues in the north of Ireland.

Published November 13, 2008



IRELAND’S HOPES
ON OBAMA

obamasf.jpg Hopes are high that the election of a transformative President in the US could herald an era of progressive change in Ireland.

Published November 7, 2008



CALL IT OFF

rirdrumcree.jpg A coat-trailing and incendiary march by British troops is set to take place in the centre of Ireland’s second city on Sunday despite widespread fears over the potential for serious violence.

Published October 31, 2008



A KIND OF REVOLUTION

budgetmarch.jpg The Dublin government is under further pressure over the October Budget, days after thirty thousand pensioners and students besieged parliament over cutbacks.

Published October 24, 2008

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