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Morning raids terrorise communities

psnifinger.jpg The PSNI police have been accused of the outright repression of republicans following a wave of dramatic heavy-handed raids across the North.

Published May 25, 2012

Adams and Kenny set for duelling public addresses

adamskenny2.jpg In the absence of a televised leaders’ debate, voters in the 26 Counties will get an opportunity to make up their mind on the austerity referendum this weekend when Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams and Taoiseach Enda Kenny make competing, but separate, television addresses.

Published May 25, 2012

Anger at sectarian housing plan

girdwood.jpg The Stormont Executive has been accused of creating an Israeli-style settlement for Protestant in north Belfast after it issued an appeal to that community to “put down roots” in an area of north Belfast where the waiting list for housing is dominated by Catholics.

Published May 25, 2012

Major rally planned for internees; Corey challenges detention

marianpricerally1205.jpg A special march and rally has been organised to highlight the plight of the internees in Belfast on Sunday. The focus of the march will be west Belfast republican Marian Price, whose health continues to deteriorate as she is held in isolation at Hydebank Women’s Prison.

Published May 25, 2012

Dublin and Monaghan justice campaign continues

dublinmonaghanmonument.jpg Sinn Fein TD Caoimhghin O Caolain has again raised the need for an independent international inquiry into the Dublin and Monaghan bombings of 17 May 1974.

Published May 25, 2012

Call for Rising ‘battlefield’ to be recognised

dublinbattlefield.jpg Sinn Fein has called for a section of Dublin’s Moore Street to be recognised as part of a “historic battlefield” and preserved as a historic cultural quarter.

Published May 25, 2012

Duffy family members arrested, charged

paulduffyarrested.jpg Three members of Colin Duffy’s family are behind bars today as a major PSNI arrest operation continued across the North of Ireland this weekend.

Published May 19, 2012

The Fine ‘Gaffe’ party

kennynoonanbruton.jpg Taoiseach Enda Kenny told an unemployed man protesting against budget cuts to get a job, while his Employment Minister Richard Bruton revealed that a referendum re-run has already been considered, in a series of embarrassing campaign gaffes by Fine Gael's leadership this week.

Published May 18, 2012

Poignant gesture for Loughinisland victims

loughinislandvictims.jpg A decision by the Irish national soccer squad to wear armbands to mark the 18th anniversary of the Loughinisland massacre has been widely welcomed.

Published May 18, 2012

Concerns over return to political policing

ciarancunningham.jpg The Police Ombudsman in the North has been asked to investigate a stop-and-search operation conducted by the PSNI in the grounds of a primary school, in full view of young schoolchildren.

Published May 18, 2012

UN doctor to visit Marian Price

unflag.jpg A doctor appointed by the United Nations is to assess the condition of internee Marian Price as concerns grow for her health.

Published May 18, 2012

Dublin and London “on the same page”

bipa.jpg Britain is Ireland’s closest friend, Taoiseach Enda Kenny told an assembly of parliamentarians from both jurisdictions at the Dublin parliament this week.

Published May 18, 2012

Sectarian hate flagged in Tyrone

sasflag.jpg A flag of British Army’ murderous SAS unit, raised in Loughgall on the 25th anniversary of the ambush of eight IRA men in the village was designed to “intimidate and offend” people, a Sinn Fein assembly member has said.

Published May 18, 2012

Marian Price case collapses

marianpriceportrait.jpg The campaign for the release of Marian Price has taken a dramatic turn after a judge dismissed charges against her and three other republicans. Despite the decision, British officials have said the interned former spokesperson for the 32 County Sovereignty Committee will remain behind bars.

Published May 11, 2012

‘Carry on regardless’ despite Treaty confusion - Kenny

adamskenny.jpg The European Union’s Austerity Treaty is to be renegotiated following major political changes in France and Greece, but the Dublin government has insisted Ireland’s referendum on the treaty must go ahead later this month in any event.

Published May 11, 2012

Prisoners denied medical treatment

maghaberrycells.jpg Republican prisoners at Maghaberry are being denied all medical consultations following policy changes at the prison, according to a prisoners’ support group.

Published May 11, 2012

Suspicion grows over ‘feud’ deaths

burnsjones.jpg The families of two republicans brutally murdered five years ago in Belfast say they are alarmed at reports surfacing this week that indicate British intelligence may be protecting the killers.

Published May 11, 2012

DUP insists on ‘vetting’ of SF appointments

jarlathkearney.jpg The DUP has refused to approve funding for Sinn Féin’s most recently appointed political adviser, Jarlath Kearney, because the party refused to follow a new ‘security’ vetting procedure, it has emerged.

Published May 11, 2012

Loyalist death threats follow Euro call-up

jamescclean.jpg A Derry-born soccer player has received death threats in the wake of his selection to play for Ireland in the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship.

Published May 11, 2012

New evidence of Omagh cover-up

michaelgallagher.jpg Fresh evidence that state forces allowed the 1998 Omagh bombing to proceed -- and later took part in a cover-up -- has been revealed by a new independent inquiry.

Published May 10, 2012


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