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Council resisting law on Irish language signage

brysonstsign1200.jpg A unionist-dominated council area faces potential legal action over its refusal to introduce a policy on allowing dual language street signs.

Published March 2, 2023



Protocol deal signed

sunakvdl.jpg EU president Ursula Von Der Leyen and British prime minister Rishi Sunak have signed a long-awaited deal over post-Brexit trading arrangements for the north of Ireland.

Published February 27, 2023



Tory psychodrama boosts DUP wreckers

rmjwa.jpg Proposals for a deal to finally end the dispute over the implementation of Brexit in the north of Ireland have been derailed by the intransigence of Tory and unionist extremists.

Published February 23, 2023



Senior PSNI man shot

killyclogher.jpg A senior member of the PSNI has been injured in a shooting in County Tyrone which has been linked to republican armed groups.

Published February 23, 2023



Inquest begins into the ‘forgotten massacre’

springhillinquest.jpg The long-awaited Springhill/Westrock inquest commenced this week in Belfast.

Published February 23, 2023



Public inquiry sought into actions of UVF agents

wrightjackson.jpg The family of two Catholic brothers shot dead by loyalists almost 30 years ago has called for a public inquiry into the series of sectarian murders carried out at the time.

Published February 23, 2023



Protest against ‘hatred and disinformation’

racismprotest.jpg Attempts by racists and foreign instigators to take advantage of concern in Ireland over immigration has been dramatically opposed by more than ten thousand people who attended a public rally in Dublin last weekend.

Published February 23, 2023



Evidence destroyed after James Murray’s bookmaker killings

bookmakersmurray.jpg Masks worn by the unionist paramilitary killers of three innocent Catholics in a November 1992 massacre were recovered by the Crown Forces the following day – but they were never tested and have since gone missing, it has emerged.

Published February 23, 2023



Unionism’s heart of stone

daithistone.jpg Hardline unionists succeeded in winning approval for a provocative monument to partition at Stormont on the day their boycott of the Assembly blocked over a hundred organ transplants.

Published February 16, 2023



Praise for SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon as she steps down

sturgeonresigns.jpg Tributes have been paid in Ireland to Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who announced on Wednesday that she is stepping down as leader of the Scottish National Party and First Minister.

Published February 16, 2023



Democracy denied as Britain again steps in

heatonharris2.jpg The British government has further postponed a scheduled Assembly election for a year after hardline unionists successfully lobbied to avoid a reckoning with the Six County electorate.

Published February 16, 2023



Hopes for justice as two inquests get underway

mccuskerfamily.jpg The first inquest into the 1998 murder of a County Derry man opened in Belfast on Monday.

Published February 16, 2023



Rents spiral upwards as ideology blocks change

rentqueue.jpg The rent crisis in Ireland is having a devastating impact on the lives of an entire generation, Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has said.

Published February 16, 2023



Bill could deliver far-reaching public inquiry into collusion

toibindail.jpg Legislation for a commission of investigation into decades of collusion by the British state has passed through the first stage of the Dublin parliament.

Published February 16, 2023



DUP running out of excuses

dupsupremecourt.jpg Unionists have failed in their legal attempts to force a renegotiation of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement after the Supreme Court in London unanimously dismissed a challenge to its new trading procedures.

Published February 9, 2023



Omagh inquiry could become a whitewash

omaghbombcar.jpg Expectations are low that an official inquiry into the role of state forces in the Omagh bomb will tackle the censorship and secrecy which have grown up around the events of August 15, 1998.

Published February 9, 2023



Backlash over wife killer’s role in Orange Order

stephenfulton.jpg The true nature of the anti-Catholic Orange Order has been exposed by its decision to appoint a man convicted of killing his wife as a ‘Worshipful Master’ in Tyrone.

Published February 9, 2023



Killer soldier avoids jail

mcanespiesentencing.jpg The sentencing of a British soldier for the 1988 killing of Aidan McAnespie has met with a muted response, with most nationalists and republicans condemning the suspension of the three-year sentence which has ensured David Holden will not spend a day in prison for the crime.

Published February 9, 2023



North Belfast massacre remembered

newlodge50.jpg A candlelit procession was among the events which were held to mark the 50th anniversary of the killing of six men in the New Lodge area of Belfast.

Published February 9, 2023



PSNI school stunt condemned

psnischool.jpg Saoradh has condemned a publicity stunt by armed PSNI police at a Catholic school in Derry in which children were photographed holding the force’s militaristic clothing and other equipment.

Published February 9, 2023

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