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Emigration is ‘lifestyle choice’, says Noonan

michaelnoonan.jpg The 26-County Finance Minister Michael Noonan infuriated the Irish public on Thursday when he described emigration as “a choice of lifestyle”.

Published January 20, 2012



Warnings over UVF attacks

uvf.jpg No arrests have been made and no searches carried out, two weeks after the brutal sectarian attack on Catholic teenager James Turley.

Published January 20, 2012



Derry explosions raise tensions

strandroadpsni.jpg Two explosions in Derry last night [Thursday night] appeared to target government offices and have again ratcheted up concerns for the political process in the North.

Published January 20, 2012



Politicians clash as poverty deepens

alasdairmcdonnell.jpg Over 80,000 children in the Six Counties are living in poverty, according to a new report published this week, with nationalist areas such as west Belfast experiencing the highest figures.

Published January 20, 2012



Appeal for republican prisoner

tonytaylor.jpg The wife of a Derry republican prisoner has appealed to the city’s political leaders to do something about the crisis at Maghaberry prison before someone dies.

Published January 20, 2012



PSNI silence over film set nightmare

jamesturley.jpg A vicious attempt to murder Catholic teenagers last Friday was covered up by the North’s police for over three days before details finally emerged.

Published January 13, 2012



Cameron may pre-empt Scottish independence move

cameronsalmond.jpg British prime minister David Cameron has dramatically attempted to hijack moves towards a referendum on Scottish independence. The move has accelerated a British constitutional crisis which could have profound implications for London’s rule in the north of Ireland.

Published January 13, 2012



SF ‘not interested’ in all-Ireland efforts

northsouth.jpg Both the Dublin government and the Six-County executive have been accused of turning their back on cross-border co-operation, one of the cornerstones of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.

Published January 13, 2012



McGeough case could set precedent

gerrymcgeoughposter.jpg Lawyers for prominent republican Gerry McGeough argued for his entitlement to release under the 1998 Good Friday Agreement for more than four hours this week.

Published January 13, 2012



A step forward for the Finucane family

finucaneposter2.jpg The family of murdered Belfast defence lawayer Pat Finucane has been granted a judicial review of the decision by the British government not to hold a public inquiry into his death.

Published January 13, 2012



‘No public interest’ to PSNI’s use of rally footage

riraeaster.jpg The PSNI police have failed in a legal bid to force the handover of unseen TV news footage from a rally by the 32 County Sovereignty Committee.

Published January 13, 2012



Betrayal and bloody-mindedness

moloneymcintyre.jpg Participants in Boston College’s ‘Troubles Archive’ project have demanded the return or destruction of all of its taped interviews after parts of the archive were delivered to the British Crown forces.

Published January 6, 2012



‘Lucky escape’ for British soldier

britbomb.jpg Breakaway IRA group Óglaigh na hÉireann says it was behind an attack on a British soldier in north Belfast on Thursday.

Published January 6, 2012



Rebel Cork versus the NAMA republic

vitacortex.jpg Two protests in Cork have demonstrated the city’s fighting spirit in the face of social injustice.

Published January 6, 2012



Released prisoner recounts Maghaberry nightmare

damianmclaughlin.jpg A republican prisoner on dirty protest in Maghaberry jail has warned the North’s highest security prison is fast deteriorating into a cesspit of disease.

Published January 6, 2012



1981 archive papers

archives.jpg A round-up of the revelations from the historical papers, mostly pertaining to 1981, which were released over the New Year period.

Published January 6, 2012



New Year’s statements

2012.jpg Messages issued by three republican political organisations on the occasion of the New Year 2012.

Published January 6, 2012



Provocative ‘history’

margaretthatcher2.jpg The publication of declassified papers from thirty years ago has brought new controversy over the British view of the 1981 hunger strike, in which ten men, including Bobby Sands, died.

Published December 30, 2011



Demand abides for Bloody Sunday justice

marchforjustice.jpg The annual march commemorating the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre will take place under the theme ‘March for Justice’, despite calls by some relatives of the victims that the campaign should come to an end.

Published December 30, 2011



University to give up confidential IRA files

bostoncollege2.jpg Boston College has agreed to turn over research interviews recorded in confidence by a former IRA member to the PSNI police.

Published December 30, 2011

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