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Ballymurphy families at Westminster

ballymurphyfamilies.jpg Families of those massacred by British soldiers in the Ballymurphy area of west Belfast over 30 years ago have taken their campaign for an independent international investigation to Lon

Published November 19, 2010



IMF, EU teams arrive in Dublin

Representatives of the International Monetary Fund have arrived in Dublin to begin work on a financial aid package for the insolvent 26 County state.

Published November 18, 2010



Adams steps up

adamsmedia.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has called for others to join with him in providing leadership to help bring Ireland out of the current crisis.

Published November 16, 2010



EU bailout talks confirmed

eutricolourflags.jpg The European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank are working on a solution for the Irish banking sector, EU economic and monetary affairs commissioner Olli Rehn confirmed today.

Published November 16, 2010



Miscarriage of justice overturned for Newry man

garyjones.jpg A man who was serving a 14-year jail term for attacking a PSNI station with a mortar rocket was acquitted of the attack on Friday.

Published November 16, 2010



UVF parade bid renews Ardoyne tensions

ardoynetwelfthmarch.jpg The family of a loyalist murder victim have raised concerns that the UVF may attempt to exploit his death to divert attention away from calls for it to disband.

Published November 16, 2010



Dissidents ‘97%’ of Provo strength

riracolour.jpg An Ulster Unionist member of the Policing Board has claimed that ‘dissident’ republicans have almost reached the same level of terrorist capability as the Provisional IRA.

Published November 16, 2010



Suu Kyi invited to Ireland

suukyi.jpg Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi is to be invited to Dublin by Mayor Gerry Breen to accept in person the freedom of the city conferred on her 10 years ago.

Published November 16, 2010



Adams to seek Louth nomination for General Election

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has today announced his decision to put his name forward for the Sinn Fein nomination for the Louth constituency at the next 26-County General Election.

Published November 14, 2010



Sovereignty slipping away

sarkozymerkel.jpg The 26-County government has been almost completely sidelined in the battle over Ireland’s economic destiny as the larger European Union governments and ‘bond vigilante’ investment funds fought over plans to deal with Dublin’s soaraway budget deficit.

Published November 12, 2010



Spence calls for disbandment of UVF

uvf.jpg The man behind the emergence of the unionist paramilitary UVF in the 1960s has called for the organisation to stand down

Published November 12, 2010



Equal PSNI recruitment to end

psniriot.jpg The equal recruitment of Catholics and Protestants to the North’s police is to end next year, the British government said today.

Published November 12, 2010



Doherty clashes with Cowen on election trail

pearsedoherty.jpg The 26-County Taoiseach Brian Cowen has attacked Sinn Fein’s Pearse Doherty as election campaigning heated up in Donegal.

Published November 12, 2010



Govt swindling pensioners of care - report

nursinghome.jpg The Dublin government has deprived thousands of older people of their legal entitlement to nursing home care, according to a report by the Ombudsman and Information Commissioner Emily O’Reilly.

Published November 12, 2010



Arthur Morgan not to contest seat

arthurmorgan.jpg Sinn Fein’s Arthur Morgan, the party’s spokesman on finance, will not contest the next general election. The Louth deputy confirmed this week he wanted to return to his family business, after serving two terms.

Published November 12, 2010



Arthur Morgan to step down

Sinn Fein’s finance spokesman Arthur Morgan said tonight he will not stand in the next general election.

Published November 9, 2010



Grenade attack stuns PSNI

grenade.jpg The use of a military fragmentation grenade in an attack on a PSNI patrol in west Belfast marks a new departure for the armed campaign of Oglaigh na hEireann (ONH) and the breakaway IRA groups.

Published November 8, 2010



‘Germans’ running 26-County finances

ollirehn.jpg On the day it emerged European bureaucrats have taken up offices in the 26-County Department of Finance, EU economic commissioner Ollie Rehn flew into Ireland to inspect the Dublin government’s economic plans.

Published November 8, 2010



PSNI aggression in Armagh

psniraids.jpg Sinn Fein Six-County Minister Conor Murphy has lambasted the PSNI police after they used loudhailers, spotlights and marksmen to arrest a man who was later cleared of any involvement in a suspected robbery.

Published November 8, 2010



Hunger strike dispute goes on

comm.jpg Former IRA prison leader Brendan ‘Bik’ McFarlane has declared that a document from the 1981 hunger strike proved that republicans did not reject a British government deal to end the 1981 Hunger Strike.

Published November 8, 2010

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