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Dublin tugs the forelock

michaelnoonan.jpg The coalition government parties have reneged on promises made during the general election by refusing to share the losses of Ireland’s banks with those who sought to profit from their reckless lending.

Published April 4, 2011



Shock as PSNI man dies in clinical attack

kerrcar.jpg Waves of political and official condemnation have followed the killing of a member of the PSNI in a targeted ‘dissident’ bomb attack in County Tyrone on Saturday.

Published April 4, 2011



Questions continue for MI5 in Derry killing

mi5logo.jpg The family of Derry man Kieran Doherty have called on the PSNI to reveal any information they have on MI5’s involvement with him prior to his death in February last year.

Published April 4, 2011



Relief for Armagh man in Nairac ‘show trial’

kevincrilly.jpg South Armagh man Kevin Crilly has been cleared of any involvement in the execution of British soldier and spy Robert Nairac in May 1977.

Published April 4, 2011



Duffy detention for Supreme Court

colinduffy.jpg Colin Duffy is to go before Britain’s highest court to challenge his period of pre-charge detention.

Published April 4, 2011



Assembly, local election campaigning underway

sflogo.jpg Sinn Fein’s newly elected TDs are to take part in a series of pre-election events as the party presents itself as an effective all-Ireland party, in contrast to the SDLP.

Published April 4, 2011



PSNI man killed in bomb attack

A member of the PSNI police has been killed in an undercar booby-trap type attack in County Tyrone.

Published April 2, 2011



An apology for murder

majellafamily.jpg The British government has apologised for killing a south Armagh girl, who was shot dead by a paratrooper almost 35 years ago.

Published March 29, 2011



Maghaberry stitch-up exposed

brendanmcconville.jpg The personal details of a former Maghaberry governor were planted by a prison warder in a prominent republican’s cell at the County Antrim prison, it has been admitted.

Published March 29, 2011



Bomb defused at Derry courthouse

bombsquad.jpg The armed group known as Oglaigh na hEireann has said it planted a device near Derry’s courthouse which caused a major bomb alert on Sunday evening and Monday morning.

Published March 29, 2011



Kenny denies corruption in Tribunal brush-off

moriartytribunal.jpg The governing Fine Gael party has been accused of corruption over its links with businessman Denis O’Brien in a heated Dail debate.

Published March 29, 2011



Irish census contractor ‘linked to war crimes’

caci.jpg Anti-war organisation ‘Shannonwatch’ has said that the 2011 census, taking place across the 26 Counties on April 10th, is being managed by a company accused of committing torture, war crimes and civil conspiracy in Iraq.

Published March 29, 2011



De Valera’s secret betrayal

eamondevalera.jpg Dublin governments were conspiring with Britain to smear prominent republicans and defeat the IRA as long ago as the 1930’s, according to a new radio documentary.

Published March 29, 2011



‘Job-sharing’ offer rejected

mcguinnessrobinsonchuckle.jpg A suggestion by Sinn Fein’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness that he is prepared to consider sharing the role of First Minister if Sinn Fein tops the polls in the North’s Assembly election has drawn a hostile, if predictable, reaction from unionists.

Published March 25, 2011



McGeough sentencing deferred after strip-search drama

gerrymcgeoughbaby.jpg Prominent republican Gerry McGeough developed chest pains while refusing to be strip-searched before his court appearance in Belfast on Monday.

Published March 25, 2011



Low standards in public office confirmed

michaellowry.jpg The Dublin government has been accused of seeking to cover up the findings of the Moriarty report, which found former Fine Gael minister Michael Lowry had acted in “profoundly corrupt” manner.

Published March 25, 2011



Britain ends equality in PSNI hiring

stormontpsni.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams TD has attacked a decision by the British Secretary to scrap the 50-50 recruitment procedure to the PSNI police, under which equal numbers of Catholics and Protestants were employed by the force.

Published March 25, 2011



Coalition cop-out in Brussels

endakennyelection.jpg Despite his previous prediction two weeks ago, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has failed to secure reduction in the interest rate on the EU bailout for the 26-County State at a summit of European leaders today.

Published March 25, 2011



Orwellian Ministry strikes again

nelsonmccausland.jpg The DUP’s Six-County ‘Minister for Culture’ Nelson McCausland has insisted an annual arts festival held in south central Belfast include pro-Israeli views and Christian music in its line-up, according to a BBC report.

Published March 25, 2011



Tribunal finds former Minister guilty of corruption

In its final report, the Moriarty Tribunal in Dublin has accused former Fine Gael minister Michael Lowry of “profoundly corrupt” dealings and a “venal abuse of office”.

Published March 22, 2011

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