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Nurse escapes terrifying arson bid

loughranarson.jpg An Aontú representative has been targeted by loyalists after her car was set alight in Newry on Wednesday morning in a shocking hate crime.

Published July 13, 2023



Mixed signals as Twelfth passes quietly

ballycastleparade.jpg A nationalist residents’ group has criticised attempts by the anti-Catholic Orange Order to reignite 25-year-old tensions over sectarian marches down the Garvaghy Road in Portadown, County Armagh.

Published July 13, 2023



An unspeakable horror recalled

quinnbrothers.jpg Balloons were released at a gathering on the 25th anniversary of the murders of the three Quinn boys in Ballymoney.

Published July 13, 2023



Inquests delayed as deadline looms

courtsofjusticebelfast.jpg The family of a man shot by soldiers in Derry in 1978 has urged that a fresh inquest into his death is completed before a potential cut-off date next year.

Published July 13, 2023



Protests over Israeli attack

jeninattack.jpg Demonstrations have been organised in Belfast and Derry over an Israeli assault on Jenin refugee camp in Palestine.

Published July 13, 2023



Landmark judgment finds murdered teen was blameless

norneyjudgment.jpg The family of a teenage boy killed by the British Army in 1975 has welcomed an inquest judgment that found he was entirely innocent when he was the victim of a cold-blooded military execution.

Published July 6, 2023



Move to block internment compensation blasted

johnfinucane1200.jpg Sinn Féin has described as “disgraceful” an attempt by the British government to bring in legislation to retrospectively excuse the unlawful and illegal detention of hundreds of people during the 1970s, including former party leader Gerry Adams.

Published July 6, 2023



DUP ‘throwing dead cats on the table’

posterseaborder.jpg The DUP has been accused by a Sinn Fein Assembly member of raising “deflection issues” amid pressure for the largest unionist party to end its Brexit-related boycott of the Six County political institutions.

Published July 6, 2023



Decision not to prosecute killer soldier overturned

danielhegarty1200.jpg Daniel Hegarty’s sister, Margaret Brady, says her family will keep fighting for justice after successfully challenging a decision not to prosecute the British soldier who killed Daniel in Derry in 1972.

Published July 6, 2023



Move to grant inquests ‘inspires victims and survivors’

kellyanderson.jpg A fresh inquest has been granted into the death of nationalist councillor Patsy Kelly in 1974.

Published July 6, 2023



Eighty Afghan civilians summarily killed by SAS, inquiry told

sasafghan.jpg Eighty Afghans may have been victim of summary executions by three separate British SAS units operating in the country between 2010 and 2013, lawyers representing the bereaved families have told a public inquiry.

Published July 6, 2023



Orange Order gears up for march madness

whiterock2023.jpg There have been condemnations after a member of the infamous Shankill Butcher gang was seen taking part in a sectarian march and putting up UVF paramilitary flags.

Published June 29, 2023



Council could move to end ‘pro-Nazi’ loyalist bonfire

bonfirehut.jpg The inherently sectarian, racist and violent campaign that lies at the heart of ‘Eleventh Night’ bonfires in the north of Ireland has been exposed by the contents of a bonfire builders’ hut in Belfast.

Published June 29, 2023



Recruitment posters opposed

prisonposter.jpg There has been an outcry by unionists after republican activist group Lasair Dhearg said that its members had removed a Crown Force recruitment poster in Derry.

Published June 29, 2023



Fears of cover-up over RTÉ backhanders

forbestubridy.jpg There have been calls for a criminal investigation into Ireland’s state-run broadcaster amid a scandal over secret kickback payments to media figures believed to have been worth €50 million euro.

Published June 29, 2023



Martin’s NATO push backfires

martinnatoforum.jpg Proposals for Irish membership of military alliances by the coalition government in Dublin have been overwhelmingly rejected by the Irish people.

Published June 29, 2023



This bill ‘extinguishes hope’

bidenmckennathompson.jpg A letter by Belfast mother Rosemary McKenna-Thompson to US President Joe Biden, calling on him to consider the impact of Britain’s ‘Bill of Shame’ ending investigations into its war crimes in the North of Ireland.

Published June 29, 2023



Top Tory holds talks with loyalist leaders

hoareuff.jpg A senior Tory MP has been accused of holding secret talks with loyalist paramilitaries in an effort to buy off the terror gangs.

Published June 22, 2023



Innocent nurse becomes prop for PSNI smear

psnipangolins.jpg A civil action is to be taken against the PSNI for a shocking experience endured by a woman in Derry in what may have been an attempt to generate a lurid anti-republican headline.

Published June 22, 2023



Unionist hypocrisy marches on

flagswestlink.jpg The anti-nationalist and anti-Catholic bigotry of the unionist political establishment has ramped up as their marching season moves towards its climax next month.

Published June 22, 2023

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