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PSNI attacked as tensions continue

psnilandroverbig.jpg The PSNI said one of its patrols was targeted in an attack in Poleglass, on the outskirts of west Belfast, on Thursday evening.

Published October 26, 2012



Judge orders continuation of Price’s detention

marianpricebig.jpg After almost 18 months interned without trial, a court in Derry has insisted that Irish political activist Marian Price should remain incarcerated despite the evidence of prison and UN doctors that she is unfit to stand trial.

Published October 26, 2012



New investigation into PSNI collusion with UVF

uvfmuralbig.jpg A decision by the Police Ombudsman to investigate allegations of collusion between the PSNI and the unionist paramilitary UVF has been welcomed.

Published October 26, 2012



Politicians clash over republicanism, reconciliation

martinadams.jpg Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has said that the attainment of Irish unity through reconciliation would represent the “big democratic phase” of his party’s struggle as he and Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin clashed over the mantle of constitutional Irish nationalism this week.

Published October 26, 2012



British ‘blacklist’ confirmed

mi5blacklist.jpg British spy agency MI5 investigated Irish construction workers in England during the 1970s through a bogus consulting company and had them blacklisted with major employers as a result, it has emerged.

Published October 26, 2012



Kenny says ‘No’

kennydailbig.jpg The 26-County Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ruled out any political moves towards a united Ireland by 2016, the centenary of the Easter Rising, despite a historic step towards Scottish independence this week.

Published October 19, 2012



Loyalists to march past church once again

covenantstpatricks.jpg The anti-Catholic Orange Order is to hold yet another march past St Patrick’s Catholic Church in Belfast, despite again failing to talk to the nearby Carrick Hill residents’ group.

Published October 19, 2012



RUC killer testifies

pearsejordanbig.jpg The man who shot Pearse Jordan dead has finally given evidence at his inquest, despite having previously refused to take part in proceedings for nearly a decade.

Published October 19, 2012



North-South body meets

nspf.jpg The first meeting of the North-South Inter-Parliamentary Association has been held, over 14 years after it was planned as part of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.

Published October 19, 2012



Judicial review for shoot-to-kill inquest

mccaugheygrewbig.jpg The family of one of two IRA Volunteers shot dead by the British Army’s ‘elite’ SAS unit has won permission to challenge an inquest verdict that the killings were justified.

Published October 19, 2012



Cash windfall for Apprentice Boys

abodbig.jpg More than two million pounds worth of financial assistance has been granted to a sectarian marching organisation from the European Union’s PEACE III programme.

Published October 19, 2012



The Burnings 2012

ardsarson.jpg A Catholic mother and her three children narrowly escaped being burned to death today following a loyalist attack.

Published October 12, 2012



Charity shamed over link to killer regiment

irishguards.jpg An Irish children’s charity has been inundated with complaints after it engaged a unit of a murderous British Army regiment to take part in a charity fundraiser.

Published October 12, 2012



Amnesty concern over British torture cover-up

waterboardingbig.jpg There have been calls for a full investigation into cases of torture, including waterboarding, by members of the RUC and British army in Ireland during the 1970s.

Published October 12, 2012



IRA membership case immersed in legal quagmire

padraicwilson.jpg Four west Belfast nationalists facing charges of membership of the Provisional IRA have been named by a court in Belfast -- after almost three months of legal wrangling.

Published October 12, 2012



Ballymurphy campaign lobby Tory conference

internment.jpg Families of the 10 men and one woman killed by the British Army’s Parachute Regiment in Ballymurphy in Belfast during the early days of internment in August 1971 have demanded a Hillsborough style investigation.

Published October 12, 2012



Abortion clinic opens in Belfast

dawnpurvisabortion.jpg The opening this week of a private abortion clinic in Belfast, the first of its kind in Ireland, has been given a mixed reaction.

Published October 12, 2012



Austerity protests multiply

ballyfermotprotest.jpg A number of protests took place in Dublin this week as the 26-County government faced a mounting corruption scandal and a wave of anger over policies which favour the wealthy over the poor.

Published October 5, 2012



Orange law paraded in Belfast

bandpissing.jpg There have been calls for the Parades Commission to be scrapped after legally-binding restrictions on the giant Ulster Covenant parade were again ignored by Orangemen and loyalist bands on Saturday.

Published October 5, 2012



More ex-RUC hired by the PSNI

rucbrutality.jpg More than 1,000 senior members of the notorious RUC police who left the force as part of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement have been rehired, it has emerged.

Published October 5, 2012

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