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Fianna Fáil in turmoil

eamonocuiv.jpg On the eve of his party’s annual Ard Fheis conference, Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin has suddenly sacked his deputy leader and the grandson of party founder Eamon de Valera, over his stance on the EU Treaty referendum.

Published March 2, 2012

Govt forced to hold Treaty referendum

kennydail.jpg The Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, has just confirmed in the Dáil that the people of the 26 Counties will be asked in a referendum to ratify the Brussels Treaty.

Published February 28, 2012

UVF show trial shame

uvftrialenglish.jpg The end of a loyalist ‘supergrass’ trial, which saw twelve alleged unionist paramilitaries cleared of the murder of UDA leader Tommy English in 2000, has again raised fresh question marks over the credibility of the so-called ‘justice system’ in the North of Ireland.

Published February 24, 2012

Vicious treatment for terminally ill prisoner

brianshiversjailed.jpg Republican prisoner Brian Shivers, who was controversially handed a 25-year sentence by a Diplock court earlier this month, was brutally assaulted by prison staff while attending Belfast City Hospital last week.

Published February 24, 2012

‘Treachery’ of state sell-off

irelandforsale.jpg The sale of 26-County State assets is to begin next year, the Taoiseach Enda Kenny has confirmed.

Published February 24, 2012

Human rights ignored as govt pursues Chinese cash

xipingkenny.jpg Socialist Party TD Joe Higgins has criticised what he calls the “obsequious welcome of the political, business and media establishments” of the Chinese vice-president Xi Jinping who has been visiting Ireland.

Published February 24, 2012

Deery family dismiss investigation

manusdeery.jpg The family of a Derry teenager killed by the British army in 1972 have rejected the findings of a police Historical Enquiries Team (HET) investigation into his death.

Published February 24, 2012

Statement on Gordon Gallagher

gordongallagher.jpg A statement was released to the Pat Finucane centre in Derry today [Friday] regarding the tragic death of Gordon Gallagher in 1973.

Published February 24, 2012

The Clonoe 514

clonoeposter.jpg More than 500 bullets were fired at four IRA Volunteers who were killed in an undercover British army ambush 20 years ago this week, it has emerged.

Published February 17, 2012

‘No Irish need apply’

pearsedohertyflat.jpg Sinn Féin has condemned the government’s Finance Bill for the year 2012, which has intentionally created a new tax loophole for highly paid workers from outside the state.

Published February 17, 2012

Shivers appeals Massereene conviction

brianshivers.jpg Brian Shivers has launched an urgent appeal against his wrongful conviction for the 2009 Real IRA attack at Massereene British Army base.

Published February 17, 2012

Marian Price being held is ‘internment’ - Msgr Murray

raymondmurray.jpg A prominent Catholic priest has agreed that the continuing detention of veteran republican Marian Price is internment without trial.

Published February 17, 2012

Support for Palestinian hunger striker

khaderadnan.jpg Republican groups of all hues have rallied in support of Palestinian hunger striker Khader Adnan, who is said to be near death while shackled to a bed in an Israeli hospital.

Published February 17, 2012

Cearta Gael á n-éileamh [Irish speakers demand their rights]

peterhain.jpg Ba bheag an t-iontas a bhí ar phobal Gaeilge nuair a rinneadh tagairt d’Acht na Gaeilge i gcuimhní cinn Peter Hain. [There was little surprise in the Irish language community when the Irish Language Act was referenced in Peter Hain’s memoirs.]

Published February 17, 2012

‘Inform or we’ll have you executed’

declanmcnally.jpg A well-known County Derry pub-owner has had a gun held to his head by a member ofthe British Crown forces who threatened to have him killed if he did not become an informer.

Published February 10, 2012

SF’s appeal for Paisley infuriates nationalists

paisleyold.jpg A call by Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness for people to “give prayerful support” for an unwell Ian Paisley has led to a backlash against the party by some of its own supporters.

Published February 10, 2012

Militants claim intelligence success

psnithrones.jpg Breakaway IRA group Oglaigh na hEireann (ONH) has said it has recovered intelligence on the PSNI and British Army in the North from a mobile phone dropped by a member of the PSNI during an arrest operation.

Published February 10, 2012

Loyalist murders ‘could have been stopped’

shankillbutchers2.jpg The family of a victim of the Shankill Butchers is taking a case against the PSNI chief constable, arguing that the murder could have been prevented.

Published February 10, 2012

Groups work together to oppose fracking

frackingprotest.jpg Hundreds of environmental activists took part in the first national meeting in Ireland against efforts by multinational energy companies to extract gas by using high-powered jets of water to fracture the earth’s crust, a process known as ‘fracking’.

Published February 10, 2012

Oil grab at Las Malvinas

falklands.jpg A war of words has erupted between the British government and Argentina over the icy and remote British colony known in English as the Falkland Islands, which lie 290 miles off the coast of Argentina.

Published February 10, 2012


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