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Wave of anger greets call to end prosecutions

johnlarkinbig.jpg A proposal by Six-County Attorney-General John Larkin that there should be an end to prosecutions for the conflict up to 1998, the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, has drawn a sharply negative response from almost all sides.

Published November 23, 2013



Talks face deadline as issues bear down

flagsparade.jpg With tensions again rising in the north of Ireland, US mediator Richard Haass held a round-table meeting of the five main Stormont parties today [Friday] on the three key issues of sectarian parades, flags and symbols, and the legacy of the past.

Published November 23, 2013



Alerts and hoaxes continue

bombalertbig2.jpg An apparent attempt to set fire to the offices of the Alliance Party offices in east Belfast was the most serious of a number of unclaimed alerts and incidents in Derry, Belfast and Armagh this week.

Published November 23, 2013



Sinn Fein submission on contentious parades

The full text of a position document presented by Sinn Fein to the Haass Talks on Flags and Emblems, Parades, and Dealing with the Past, which was published today.

Published November 18, 2013



Sinn Fein submission on flags, symbols and emblems

The full text of a position document presented by Sinn Fein to the Haass Talks on Flags and Emblems, Parades, and Dealing with the Past, which was published today.

Published November 18, 2013



Sinn Fein submission on addressing legacy issues

The full text of a position document presented by Sinn Fein to the Haass Talks on Flags and Emblems, Parades, and Dealing with the Past, which was published today.

Published November 18, 2013



British police to patrol Irish streets

britishpolice.jpg Police from England, Scotland and Wales could become a permanent feature of the PSNI’s patrols in the north of Ireland as an alternative to the return of the British Army, it has emerged.

Published November 15, 2013



‘Troika’ bailout to wind down

ajaichoprabig.jpg The Dublin government has been told it should not congratulate itself after an announcement that the 26 County state will receive no more bailout loans from the EU and the IMF.

Published November 15, 2013



Cross-border bridge plan collapses

narrowwaterbridge.jpg Funding for a cross-border bridge joining counties Down and Louth has been withdrawn by the European Union following the failure of government ministers in both parts of Ireland to agree to meet additional costs for the bridge’s construction.

Published November 15, 2013



MRF gunmen ‘imitated the IRA’

patrickmcveigh.jpg The Six-County Attorney General has been asked to order new inquests into the deaths of people killed by an undercover British army unit following new information uncovered by a BBC documentary.

Published November 15, 2013



Corey strip-searched for parole hearing

martincoreybig.jpg Concerns have been expressed for 63-year-old internee Martin Corey after he was subjected to forced strip-searches both before and after his attendance at a hearing of the Parole Commission this week.

Published November 15, 2013



Widow of victim conned out of compensation

christopherquinn.jpg The Pat Finucane Centre has said documents it has obtained show that the British Ministry of Defence knew that a man shot dead by the British Army in November 1971 was innocent, but his family was never told.

Published November 15, 2013



All-Ireland soccer team proposed

faiifa.jpg The prospect of an all-Ireland soccer team was dramatically raised by the 26-County Taoiseach Enda Kenny at a sports reconciliation conference in Armagh City this [Friday] morning.

Published November 8, 2013



Inquest hears overwhelming evidence of collusion

rosemarymallon.jpg An inquest is finally taking place into the murder of 76-year-old Roseann Mallon, who was killed in 1994 when loyalist gunmen opened fire on her sister-in-law’s house near Dungannon, County Tyrone.

Published November 8, 2013



New political negotiations as ‘innovative’ peace wall unveiled

stmatthews.jpg A new wall is to be built along a sectarian interface in east Belfast through the grounds of St Matthew’s Catholic church, as talks are set to resume on issues such as flags and parades.

Published November 8, 2013



Sectarian attacks force family out after four generations

bradleygarvagh.jpg A Catholic family in Garvagh, County Derry, was the target of a terrifying sectarian arson attack on Monday.

Published November 8, 2013



Irish youth fight for right to stay

werenotleavingprotest.jpg A campaign is underway to stop the Dublin government from attempting to force unemployed youth into emigration with a rally outside Liberty Hall at 11am tomorrow [Saturday].

Published November 8, 2013



Protests demand an end to internment

internmentrally.jpg A protest against internment in the north of Ireland is to take place in Dublin on Saturday in the latest such demonstration against the detention of Irish republican political activists.

Published November 8, 2013



‘Dream team’ is nightmare for some Irish soccer fans

oneillkeane.jpg It was confirmed today that Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane are set to become the Irish soccer team’s new manager and assistant manager respectively.

Published November 5, 2013



Special Branch link to death of prisoner

johnbradybig.jpg A hearing before the North’s senior coroner has heard an admission that PSNI Special Branch visited an interrogation suite where a Strabane republican was found dead four years ago.

Published November 2, 2013

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