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Internment battles for republicans

okanesmyth.jpg A North Derry man who was granted bail this week following a public outcry over his detention earlier this month has been returned to jail in an apparent dispute over his bail conditions.

Published September 14, 2023



Odds fall for unity vote

irishunityeirigi.jpg A referendum on Irish unity before 2030 is now an odds-on bet, according to bookmakers.

Published September 14, 2023



Defend human rights

justiceformajella.jpg The Dublin government has been urged not to delay a legal challenge against Britain’s ‘Bill of Shame’ after the massive legal cover-up passed its final hurdle at Westminster on Wednesday.

Published September 7, 2023



PSNI collapsing under its own contradictions

simonbyrneout.jpg Simon Byrne has resigned as chief of the PSNI amid a meltdown in the Crown police force caused by unionist politicking.

Published September 7, 2023



Hypocrisy called out as fans back the Wolfe Tones

eptones.jpg Ireland’s young people have delivered a stunning rebuff to critics of the Wolfe Tones rebel band when they turned out in record-breaking numbers to see them at the country’s largest music festival.

Published September 7, 2023



Senior unionist questions future of union

wallacethompson600.jpg After a lifetime of staunch unionism, a leading unionist and a founder of the DUP alongside Ian Paisley has said he is seriously considering supporting Irish unity.

Published September 7, 2023



GAA club attacked again

gaanets.jpg A sectarian campaign against a Gaelic sports club dating back three years has escalated with successive loyalist attacks at their venue in east Belfast.

Published September 7, 2023



Re-enactment of battle that ended 1798 rebellion

ballinamuck23.jpg An upcoming festival will see hundreds take part in a re-enactment of one of the most important clashes to have occurred during the 1798 United Irishmen rebellion.

Published September 7, 2023



Family blame PSNI for killers’ impunity despite report

gerardlawlor1200.jpg A report by the Police Ombudsman has confirmed for the family of Gerard Lawlor that the PSNI’s failure to investigate the murder of the Catholic teenager in Belfast in 2002 amounted to collusion with the loyalist paramilitaries who carried it out.

Published August 31, 2023



Sinn Féin reiterates support for PSNI

sykesarrested.jpg A judge’s rejection of an attempt by the PSNI to scapegoat two junior members for a notorious case of sectarian policing two years ago has heaped further pressure for the disbandment of the discredited force.

Published August 31, 2023



Saoradh member hospitalised by PSNI assault

psniassault.jpg Saoradh has slammed an assault by PSNI members on a party activist in Newry on Friday evening, August 25th, which resulted in the victim requiring hospital treatment for his injuries.

Published August 31, 2023



Stalemate ‘pushing unionists towards unity’

beattieradio.jpg The intransigence and pettiness of the DUP is spurring increased interest in a united Ireland among unionists, according to one unionist leader.

Published August 31, 2023



Protest at British Army base

lasairbrits.jpg A British Army Reserve centre in the north of Ireland was the scene of a demonstration by Derry Lasair Dhearg activists last week “to highlight the ongoing presence of occupation forces” here.

Published August 31, 2023



Bloody Sunday families welcome court ruling

glenfadapark.jpg Military statements can be used in the prosecution of a British soldier known as ‘Soldier F’ who is accused of two of the killings during the Bloody Sunday massacre, according to a court ruling that has been welcomed in Derry.

Published August 31, 2023



Internment for republican charged after PSNI blunder

christyokane.jpg A North Derry republican is facing an indefinite detention at Maghaberry prison as part of a Crown Force backlash over an embarrassing leak of its own data.

Published August 24, 2023



International push ‘can deliver Irish unity’

alpconf.jpg Dublin and London are under pressure to act after Australia’s governing political party passed a motion at its national conference strongly supporting the reunification of Ireland and the calling of a referendum on Irish unity.

Published August 24, 2023



Loyalist racism reaches new depths

dunmurryflags.jpg The erection of Nazi-style flags near a Belfast mosque is the latest incident of territorial hate crimes in the North to be blamed on loyalists.

Published August 24, 2023



Archives reveal details of 1973 cover-up

michaelleonard1200.jpg New evidence has revealed that the British Army was fully aware that a Catholic civilian murdered by the RUC was fired at three times, despite claims that only a single round was accidentally discharged.

Published August 24, 2023



Injustice of sentence still weighs on victim’s families

anthonymcgrady.jpg A memorial service is being held this weekend to remember three people murdered in a UVF gun and bomb attack on a north Belfast garage 50 years ago.

Published August 24, 2023



British still struggling as Bobby Sands lives on

bobbyerinsands.jpg The continuing failure of the British establishment to grasp the legacy of Bobby Sands became clearer this week as the hunger striker, a source of unending pride in Ireland, once again became a source of controversy there.

Published August 24, 2023

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