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Sinn Féin at Hillsborough as Charles proclaimed King

sinnfeinking.jpg Sinn Fein’s participation in events to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth and the accession to the throne of Charles has seen it continue to build an ever closer relationship with the English royal family.

Published September 15, 2022

Families forced to flee loyalist attack

magherasectarian.jpg The PSNI have admitted an attack on four homes in County Derry was a sectarian loyalist attack.

Published September 15, 2022

Death of prominent Sinn Féin activist

donnchafuneral.jpg Widespread shock has greeted the news of the death of former Republican prisoner, Blanketman and Derry nationalists’ rights campaigner Donncha Mac Niallais.

Published September 15, 2022

Time for Truth rally against amnesty bill

tfttrally.jpg Over a thousand people gathered in Belfast on Sunday, 11 September to demand the scrapping of the British government’s plan to provide an amnesty for British war criminals.

Published September 15, 2022

Coagh ambush inquest opens

coaghambush.jpg A British army shoot-to-kill in which three IRA Volunteers were shot dead was set up after information was passed to Special Branch police, an inquest has heard.

Published September 15, 2022

Little trust in Liz Truss

trusspm.jpg Nationalists have been viewing the installation of a new British administration with alarm after two fanatical Brexiteers were appointed to Belfast.

Published September 7, 2022

Mixed emotions as inquest brings closure

geddis.jpg An inquest has found that a British soldier was “unjustified” in firing a plastic bullet that killed a schoolboy.

Published September 7, 2022

A blind eye turned to loyalist paramilitarism

brianrobinson.jpg The lack of condemnation of a loyalist paramilitary parade held in tribute to a sectarian killer speaks volumes about the current double standards in the north of Ireland.

Published September 7, 2022

Anger at hypocrisy of PSNI spin on Noah

noahpsniprotest.jpg Fiona Donohoe has filed a third complaint with the Police Ombudsman, accusing the PSNI of leaking sensitive material on her sons’s disappearance and death to social media.

Published September 7, 2022

Supreme Court challenge leaves only one Bloody Sunday prosecution

sundaydaly.jpg Relatives of Bloody Sunday victims seeking the prosecution of three former British soldiers have been denied permission to take their case to the Supreme Court in London.

Published September 7, 2022

‘Don’t let them fool you’

psnimi5.jpg British military intelligence is continuing to engage in harassment and recruitment bids on republicans and their family in Derry.

Published September 7, 2022

Liz Truss is the new British Prime Minister


Liz Truss has been named as the new leader of the British Conservative Party and Britain’s fourth prime minister in just over six years.

Published September 5, 2022

Questions mount over loyalist violence

udahandmural1200.jpg The PSNI have been accused of playing down a loyalist campaign of terror in the Coleraine area after a series of petrol bomb attacks were blamed on UDA paramilitaries.

Published September 1, 2022

Tory ‘hand grenade’ targets Ireland

trusstank2.jpg Tory leadership hopeful Liz Truss could be set to create an even greater crisis over the Irish Protocol of Brexit if, as expected, she becomes the next British Prime Minister on Monday.

Published September 1, 2022

Veteran republicans arrested

garymcnally.jpg Two republican activists including a former Blanketman are being held without bail following a Crown Force operation in Belfast.

Published September 1, 2022

Hunger striker takes on Israeli internment

khalil.jpg Israel has been forced to back down in the face of a wave of support for Palestinian hunger striker Khalil Awawdeh after images emerged showing him close to death.

Published September 1, 2022

PSNI set upon man suffering medical emergency

medicalpsni.jpg An attack on a critically ill republican as he made his way to hospital for emergency treatment has been condemned as “a new low”.

Published September 1, 2022

Loyalist territorialism reaches new height

downflagpost.jpg A giant flag pole erected by loyalists in County Down could be used to fly the world’s largest Union Jack.

Published September 1, 2022

Support abides for armed struggle

resistance.jpg Seven in ten nationalists in the north of Ireland accept there was no alternative to the “violent resistance” of republican armed groups to British rule, according to an opinion poll.

Published August 25, 2022

‘Landlord minister’ quits over undeclared deals

roberttroy.jpg Fianna Fáil minister of State Robert Troy has resigned ten days into a mounting scandal over undeclared property dealings and his large property portfolio.

Published August 25, 2022


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