[Irish Republican News]
[Irish Republican News]


Search for:

DUP anger over Easter rally

riracolour.jpg Thousands of republicans attended scores of rallies across the island of Ireland last weekend to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising.

Published April 8, 2010

Bloody Sunday report postponement confirmed

shaunwoodward.jpg After weeks of spin and damage control, British Direct Ruler Shaun Woodward has confirmed a further delay in the 38 year campaign for truth and justice by the relatives of those killed and injured on Bloody Sunday.

Published April 8, 2010

Robinson rages in TV interview

peterrobinsoninterview.jpg An extraordinary BBC interview with DUP leader Peter Robinson has stoked the growing controversy surrounding the Robinson family and its financial dealings.

Published April 8, 2010

New group to oppose contentious marches

marchbrits.jpg A new residents’ group in north Belfast has said it will resist any future sectarian parades through the nationalist community in the area.

Published April 8, 2010

Brown calls general election

British prime minister Gordon Brown has today called a general election for May 6th after visiting Buckingham Palace to seek Crown permission to dissolve parliament on April 12th.

Published April 6, 2010

Prisoners confront regime at Maghaberry

Republican prisoners barricaded themselves into a dining hall yesterday evening at the North’s highest security jail in an escalation of conflict between republican prisoners and the regime in Maghaberry Jail.

Published April 5, 2010

Patriots and traitors

pearsecowen.jpg Republicans are being urged to turn out in large numbers at Easter commemorations across the country this weekend to reassert “the right of the people of Ireland to the ownership of Ireland” following shocking revelations of corruption and fraud in the Dublin parliament this week.

Published April 2, 2010

Terry McCafferty released

terrymccafferty2.jpg North Belfast republican Terry McCafferty has been released from Maghaberry Prison fifteen months after he was summarily jailed.

Published April 2, 2010

Adams refutes IRA allegations

adams.jpg A brother of former IRA leader Brendan Hughes has said his family are angry at suggestions by Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams that he was mentally ill when he gave interviews about his past.

Published April 2, 2010

RNU says arrests an attempt to hijack commemoration

rnu.jpg A series of arrests and raids in Belfast and Lurgan have been slammed by republican dissidents as “a blatant attempt not only to undermine the upcoming Easter Commemoration in Derry but also to undercut the growing signs of Republican discontent”

Published April 2, 2010

Robinson denies corruption claims as election looms

peteririsrobinson.jpg Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness has called on Peter Robinson to provide an explanation of new revelations about a transaction with a leading property developer.

Published April 2, 2010

‘Dump Bill of Rights’ - DUP

billofrights.jpg The DUP said on Tuesday that plans for a Bill of Rights for the north of Ireland should be scrapped.

Published April 2, 2010

Scale of Irish banking bailout revealed

Several generations of Irish citizens are to pay the cost of bailing out Ireland’s bankers and developers following the crash in the state’s financial sector, the 26-County Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan revealed today.

Published March 30, 2010

Public sector pay deal agreed

The Dublin government and public sector trade unions in the 26 Counties have reached a surprise agreement on pay and reform after a marathon session of talks last night.

Published March 30, 2010

Adams linked to IRA actions

adamshughescages.jpg A new book published this week reveals details of controversial interviews given by legendary IRA figure Brendan ‘The Dark’ Hughes to Boston College in 2001 and 2002.

Published March 29, 2010

Unionism stretched by election

sylviahermon.jpg The Ulster Unionist Party’s only MP has confirmed she is to stand as an independent in the upcoming Westminster elections, further complicating the election picture for the three competing unionist parties.

Published March 29, 2010

Orangeman is BNP candidate

nickblake.jpg The Protestant Orange Order has refused to disassociate itself from a leading member who is due to stand in the Westminster election as a candidate for the racist British National Party.

Published March 29, 2010

Govt urged to recover 1916 tricolour

1916tricolour.jpg Sinn Fein’s Barry McElduff has called on the Dublin government to purchase an Irish tricolour that was captured from the GPO, the headquarters of the Easter Rising in 1916. The attempted auctioning of this item went ahead but it did not receive the reserve price last week at an auction in New York.

Published March 29, 2010

Progress in legal battle over SAS killings

grewmccaughey.jpg The planning and control of controversial British military operations in Ireland could be examined by coroners after a landmark ruling allowed relatives of two IRA men shot dead by the British Army’s ‘elite’ SAS unit to take their case to Britain’s highest court.

Published March 29, 2010

eirigi registers as political party in 26 counties

eirigi.jpg eirigi chairperson Brian Leeson has announced the registration of the organisation as a political party within the Twenty-Six Counties. The registration was formally confirmed by Leinster House officials this week.

Published March 29, 2010


By default, this search engine looks for all words in any order. To search for an exact phrase, enclose the phrase in quotes:

"gerry adams"

The search engine also supports AND, OR, and NOT keywords to specify boolean expressions:

sinn OR fein
sinn NOT fein

Note that only twenty search results are displayed, in chronological order.