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National fury at bailout austerity plan

euausterity.jpg A major demonstration is to go ahead on the streets of Dublin tomorrow against the savage cuts being imposed by an illegitimate government at the behest of greedy bankers, European bureaucrats and the International Monetary Fund.

Published November 26, 2010



Cover-up feared over Loughinisland massacre

loughinisland.jpg Nationalists have expressed disbelief at news that ‘no prosecution’ is be taken against an RUC policeman over the 1994 Loughinisland Pub Massacre.

Published November 26, 2010



McGeough speaks out over injustice

gerrymcgeoughnobaby.jpg Gerry McGeough was at the Six-County Assembly this week to challenge British injustice in selectively pursuing historical cases in the conflict.

Published November 26, 2010



Dissident protest forces abandonment of DPP meeting

dppprotest.jpg Republicans in Derry forced the abandonment of a local meeting on policing which was to take place in the Guildhall on Wednesday night.

Published November 26, 2010



Commemorations held for fallen heroes

commemblack.jpg Around 150 people gathered in Belfast’s Milltown Cemetery on Saturday afternoon, November 20, to mark the 19th anniversary of the deaths of IRA volunteers Patricia Black and Frank Ryan on active service.

Published November 26, 2010



Sinn Fein set for by-election triumph

Counting is underway in the by-election in Donegal South West, with Pearse Doherty on course to win a historic victory for Sinn Fein.

Published November 26, 2010



Austerity plan to hit poor, students, pensioners, services

The Dublin government today unveiled a raft of budget measures it claimed would restore the 26-County State’s finances by 2014, but fudged key facts and figures on how it would affect the public.

Published November 24, 2010



Greens ‘cut and run’

greensquit.jpg Independent TDs have joined with the opposition parties to pile pressure on the crumbling Dublin government to pull the plug after the Green Party finally succumbed to public outrage and said it is set to pull out.

Published November 22, 2010



Dublin govt submits to international bailout pressure

imfman.jpg The public finances of the 26-County state will, for the next three years at least, be subject to “regular reviews” by external monitors working on behalf of the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, and the British and Swedish governments.

Published November 22, 2010



Sinn Fein TD, protestors attacked

osnodaighgardaprotest.jpg A group of 100 protestors clashed with Gardai as they made their way the gates of the Dublin parliament earlier this [Monday] afternoon, following a protest against the government’s handling of the economy.

Published November 22, 2010



Donegal election breakthrough predicted

pearsedohertyelectionposter.jpg Residents of Donegal’s outlying islands are casting their by-election votes today [Monday].

Published November 22, 2010



‘Mouth search’ increases Maghaberry tension

maghaberrycells.jpg A number of republican prisoners have been refused their visits in Maghaberry prison after they refused to open their mouths and wiggle their tongues before entering the visiting area.

Published November 22, 2010



Republican rivals to hold debate

eirigi.jpg Sinn Fein and new republican political party eirigi will share a platform this week, for the first time, during a debate to discuss Ireland’s economic crisis.

Published November 22, 2010



Green Party calls for general election

The Green Party has called for a date for a 26-County general election to be set for the second half of January.

Published November 22, 2010



Coalition to get IMF/EU bailout

The Dublin government tonight confirmed that the European Union and the International Monetary Fund have agreed to its request for a financial aid package.

Published November 21, 2010



Decline and Fianna Fáil

cowenlenihan2.jpg Pressure is weighing on the 26-County government to leave the stage this week as a team of economists from the International Monetary Fund arrived in Dublin to begin planning massive cutbacks in government spending.

Published November 19, 2010



Britain seeks to strengthen union

owenpaterson.jpg British Secretary Owen Paterson has reasserted the British government’s claim on the Six Counties.

Published November 19, 2010



Shoot-to-kill families without representation

shoottokill.jpg Families of shoot-to-kill victims could be denied representation at a long-delayed inquest because of a hold-up over fees, a pre-hearing heard today [Friday].

Published November 19, 2010



No bailout for homeowners

house.jpg A bailout for thousands of homeowners in mortgage arrears has been ruled out by 26-County Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan and Financial Regulator Matthew Elderfield.

Published November 19, 2010



Adams confident as Assembly successor named

patsheehan.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has said Sinn Fein is strong enough in west Belfast to retain its Westminster and assembly seats without him.

Published November 19, 2010

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