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Loyalist leader backs amnesty

jackiemcdonald.jpg UDA ‘brigadier’ Jackie McDonald has said an all-inclusive amnesty is needed to allow loyalists to tell the truth their actions in the conflict.

Published July 22, 2010



New marching dispute in Ardoyne

abod.jpg Another loyalist group has applied to march through the republican Ardoyne in north Belfast next month despite the unprecendented violence which followed a similar parade through the area earlier this month.

Published July 22, 2010



Asda rehires ‘Sash’-loving killer

asda.jpg There has been outrage over a sectarian incident at a branch of the Asda chain stores in north Belfast after the shop employee in question, a double sectarian killer, was reinstated in his post.

Published July 22, 2010



Adams calls for release of Arnaldo Ortegi

arnaldoortegi.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has called on the Spanish Government to release Basque Nationalist Leader Arnaldo Otegi. Mr Adams said that Mr Ortegi’s continued imprisonment made building a peace process in the Basque country more difficult.

Published July 22, 2010



Northern ‘accents’ not a language - Paisley

ulsterscots.jpg The claimed ‘language’ of Ulster-Scots has been jokingly dismissed by a DUP MP as “just bad English”.

Published July 22, 2010



Facing up to change

rioterstorey.jpg A brief verbal exchange between a former IRA leader and a masked youth has dramatised a potential power shift in republican Belfast and across the North, at least at street level.

Published July 19, 2010



Pressure on Orangemen

orangemarch.jpg Calls are mounting for the Orange Order to bring an end to anti-Catholic parades through nationalist neighbourhoods following last week’s riots.

Published July 19, 2010



British truth panel rejected

bradleyeames.jpg The key proposals of the Eames-Bradley group on how to deal with ‘the legacy’ of the conflict in the North of Ireland have provoked a negative reaction, according to the results of a consultation process.

Published July 19, 2010



‘Cheer up’ - Cowen

cowentongue.jpg The 26-County Taoiseach has railed against “negativity” as Ireland’s sovereign debt was judged to be at an increased risk of default by international credit agency Moody’s.

Published July 19, 2010



Shell protestor vows to continue struggle

patodonnell.jpg Mayo fisherman Pat O’Donnell has vowed to continue his opposition to the Corrib gas project on health, safety and environmental grounds, following his release from prison at the weekend.

Published July 19, 2010



Flotilla survivors plan fresh Gaza shipment

corriefreedomflotilla.jpg The Irish-owned MV Rachel Corrie may sail from the southern Israeli port of Ashdod within weeks after Irish activists who last month attempted to break Israel’s blockade of Gaza onboard the vessel were told it was ready to be released.

Published July 19, 2010



Ardoyne - the new Drumcree?

psniattackardoyne.jpg Some of the worst rioting in years has left scores injured in Belfast after a sectarian parade by the Protestant Orange Order was forced through three nationalist areas in the north of the city on Monday.

Published July 16, 2010



The war on the streets

tricolourriot.jpg A round-up of the violence which broke oiut around the Six Counties following the PSNI attack on the Ardoyne protest.

Published July 16, 2010



Repressive powers ‘still available’

maccionnaith.jpg The announcement that stop and search powers under Section 44 of the British government’s ‘Terrorism Act’ are to be suspended will not mean any decrease in the use of draconian legislation by the PSNI, it has been claimed.

Published July 16, 2010



Legal effort to demand by-election

pearsedoherty.jpg Sinn Fein Senator Pearse Doherty has brought a High Court challenge to the refusal by the Dublin government to hold an overdue byelection in the Donegal South West constituency.

Published July 16, 2010



Over 100,000 set to emigrate

emigration.jpg The number of people emigrating from Ireland this year and next is predicted to reach 120,000, according to the latest statistics.

Published July 16, 2010



Derry is ‘UK city of culture’

ukcityofculture.jpg Derry has been chosen as the “UK Capital of Culture” for 2013, ahead of steel capital Sheffield and mustard centre Norwich.

Published July 16, 2010



Orange parade forced through Ardoyne

The controversial Orange Parade has been forced through Ardoyne in north Belfast after a non-violent sit-down protest was brutally forced off the road.

Published July 12, 2010



Ardoyne protest attacked

A peaceful protest against a provocative anti-Catholic parade in north Belfast is being subjected to a violent PSNI assault this evening.

Published July 12, 2010



Eleventh mayhem

bonfirehouses.jpg Heavy rioting took place in north and west Belfast overnight arising from loyalist bonfires ahead of today’s climax of the marching season.

Published July 12, 2010

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