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Sectarian abuse aimed at Armagh GAA fans

markethillgaa.jpg A group of Armagh Gaelic football supporters were subjected to sectarian hate incident outside a takeaway in the village of Markethill on Saturday.

Published May 18, 2023

Calls for change at Coronation protests

coronation.jpg A hostile reaction to Sinn Féin’s attendance at the coronation of King Charles last weekend could change the political landscape ahead of local council elections in the North.

Published May 11, 2023

Secret RAF deal exposed

rafplanes1200.jpg The Dublin government has been urged to come clean about a secret air defence arrangement operated with the British government for decades.

Published May 11, 2023

Minister faces criminality investigation over land deal

niallcollins.jpg Weeks of stonewalling by the Dublin government and the mainstream media are at an end after Gardaí said they are investigating allegations that 26 Minister of State Niall Collins corruptly assisted the purchase of public land by his wife.

Published May 11, 2023

RUC man escapes charges over killing

colummarks1200.jpg The mother of an unarmed IRA Volunteer shot dead more than 30 years ago has said she is disappointed by a decision not to prosecute the RUC man who killed him.

Published May 11, 2023

‘Bill of Shame’ Commissioner must be British

billofshameprotest1200.jpg The British government is pressing ahead with plans for an overarching cover up of its war crimes in the north of Ireland after it emerged that it is recruiting a British citizen to head a new ‘investigation unit’.

Published May 11, 2023

Actions of killer agents should see major inquiry

feeley1200.jpg A leading lawyer has warned that an inquiry “looms large” over the role of two suspected British agents operating in the County Down area in the 1990s.

Published May 11, 2023

PSNI facilitate sectarian expulsion

lurgandoor.jpg A shocking attempt by loyalist thugs to force out a Catholic family in Lurgan, County Armagh has raised tensions ahead of local elections in the north of Ireland.

Published May 4, 2023

O’Neill will not pledge allegiance at Coronation

kingkaiser.jpg A request by the new King of England to his claimed subjects to collectively pledge their allegiance has raised the temperature of a debate over Sinn Féin’s vice-president Michelle O’Neill attendance at King Charles’s Coronation in London.

Published May 4, 2023

Irish activist dies fighting Russian invasion

finbarcafferkey.jpg A Mayo man described as a committed socialist and republican has died while fighting as part of international resistance to the Russian occupation of Ukraine.

Published May 4, 2023

Widow won’t rest until truth is revealed

patsyteresakelly.jpg The widow of independent councillor Patsy Kelly has described a report into the murder of her husband as the ‘start of closure’ for the family after it moved closer to uncovering the details of Crown force involvement in the killing.

Published May 4, 2023

Family faces unending delay for justice

jimmurphy.jpg The niece of a County Fermanagh republican whose murder in 1974 was claimed by loyalists has said it is “disgraceful” that a Police Ombudsman’s investigation into the killing will not begin before 2027.

Published May 4, 2023

Palestinian hunger striker dies

khaderadnanhunger.jpg Linah Alsaafin of Al Jazeera on the death of popular Palestinian leader Khader Adnan following a hunger strike protest against Israeli internment.

Published May 4, 2023

Sinn Féin to attend Coronation

oneillcharles.jpg Sinn Féin is struggling to convince republicans that it has not broken away from its roots after it agreed to send First Minister-elect, Michelle O’Neill, to attend the Coronation of Charles as King.

Published April 27, 2023

Family vindicated by report, but justice campaign goes on

patsykellyfamily.jpg The report of the Police Ombudsman into the assassination of independent nationalist councillor Patsy Kelly has found that the actions of the Crown Forces was indicative of “collusive behaviour” and that his family were “failed”.

Published April 27, 2023

Victory in information battle against stonewalling PSNI

ciaranmacairt1200.jpg The Information Commissioner’s Office has upheld a complaint that the PSNI failed to provide information regarding a secret British agreement to blame the victims of the McGurk’s Bar massacre for the loyalist bomb attack in which 15 people were killed.

Published April 27, 2023

Two inquests open into British ambushes

duffybradley.jpg An inquest has heard how a County Derry man shot dead by British soldiers was told by the RUC police he would not see his 21st birthday.

Published April 27, 2023

Six Counties set for ‘punishment budget’

heatonharris2.jpg The North is set to be hit with devastating cuts to public services by the British government as a result of the DUP’s block on powersharing.

Published April 27, 2023

Nominations close for May local elections

ballotbox1200.jpg The largest ever number of nationalist candidates are standing in council elections in the north of Ireland, will all three main nationalist parties fielding additional candidates.

Published April 27, 2023

Loyalists threaten election candidates and workers

aontuira.jpg Three political parties have been targeted by loyalists ahead of local elections next month.

Published April 20, 2023


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