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Dissident groups condemn harassment

32csm.jpg The 32 County Sovereignty Committee has said one of its members, a former political prisoner, clashed with the PSNI police on a country road before an attempt was made to recruit him as an informer.

Published November 2, 2009



No strike threat to swine flu vaccinations

ino.jpg The Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) begins the first phase of its swine flu vaccination campaign today by offering the H1N1 vaccine to between 400,000 and 500,000 patients across the 26 Counties.

Published November 2, 2009



‘Deal has been done ’ - Adams

adamstalks.jpg The Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has branded as “totally and absolutely unacceptable” attempts by the DUP to attach the parades issue as a new condition to an agreed deal on policing.

Published October 29, 2009



Million dollar price-tag for trial testimony

mi5.jpg The chief MI5 witness in a ‘Real IRA’ arms trial refused to give evidence unless he was given 650,000 pounds sterling ($1.1m) and a medal from the Queen.

Published October 29, 2009



Progress in Derry family’s campaign for justice

hegartyinquest.jpg The family of a Derry teenager shot dead by British soldiers in July 1972 have urged the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) to co-operate fully with a new inquest into the killing.

Published October 29, 2009



PSNI pursues vindicated journalist

breennuj.jpg A journalist faces a twenty-five thousand pound legal bill despite her successful legal challenge to a Crown force demand that she hand over information pertaining to the ‘Real IRA’.

Published October 29, 2009



Serial killer returned to jail

torrensknight.jpg An infamous loyalist killer is back behind bars after attacking two sisters in a pub in Coleraine, County Derry.

Published October 29, 2009



Orange Order in Scotland backs Labour Party

orangemen2.jpg The Orange Order has vowed to mobilise its 50,000 members in Scotland to oppose the Scottish independence at the next general election and shore up the vote in favour of retaining Scotland’s union with England

Published October 29, 2009



Clarification urged in hunger strike debate

hungerstrikers.jpg The controversy over the 1981 hunger strike has continued with conflicting messages from the current and former Sinn Fein leaders, and from former prisoners who were inside Long Kesh prison at the time.

Published October 26, 2009



British spies lined up for trial

mi5.jpg An extraordinary thirty-five MI5 agents are to be called to court to give evidence evidence behind screens against three men accused of dissident republican activity.

Published October 26, 2009



UUP ‘sells soul’ for place in Tory govt

ucunf.jpg The Ulster Unionists’ sole member of the Westminster parliament failed to turn up to her party’s conference at the weekend.

Published October 26, 2009



Former RUC man may take Stormont post for Sinn Fein

franciebrolly.jpg Sinn Fein assembly member Francie Brolly could be replaced next month by a former member of the British Crown forces.

Published October 26, 2009



Satisfaction at US hearings on collusion

mccordhearing.jpg Raymond McCord has said he could not have hoped for anything better from the Congressional hearing in the United States into his son’s killing.

Published October 26, 2009



Easter Rising filming gets underway

guypearse.jpg Filming for a new movie about the Easter Rising will finally get under way in Ireland in April 2010.

Published October 26, 2009



Workers plan mass protests

uniteprotest.jpg The 26-County state appears to be heading for strikes and industrial unrest on a scale not seen for many years after Ireland’s major trade unions announced protest actions ahead of the December budget.

Published October 22, 2009



Bomb attack at British Army base

psniattackbase.jpg A bomb exploded at a British army base in north Belfast earlier today.

Published October 22, 2009



McGuinness upbeat as DUP stalls

mcguinness.jpg Talks over the devolution of policing and justice powers from London to Belfast have concluded with the DUP still stalling despite a pledge of significant British government funding for the move.

Published October 22, 2009



Confrontation over Shell drilling operation

shelldrilling.jpg A local resident last week blocked the entrance gate to a Shell Inc. construction site for which there is no planning permission, refusing to move until proof was provided that Shell’s works on the site are legal.

Published October 22, 2009



Sectarian marches ‘have their place’ - Adams

rasharkinparade.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has said sectarian parades by the Orange Order “will have their place in a new Ireland” but they should be held “on the basis of respect and cooperation”.

Published October 22, 2009



O’Connell’s crypt is opened

danieloconnell.jpg After being closed to the public for more than a decade, Daniel O’Connell’s crypt below the landmark round tower in Dublin’s Glasnevin cemetery is open for visits, more than 160 years after his death.

Published October 22, 2009

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