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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



Softening up process

cowenlenihan.jpg The people of the 26 Counties are being prepared for an unprecedented series of wage cuts and devastating cutbacks by the corrupt coalition government in Dublin.

Published October 19, 2009



Dissidents claim car device

boobytrap.jpg The IRA breakaway group known as Oglaigh na hEireann has claimed responsibility for an under-car bomb in east Belfast last Thursday

Published October 19, 2009



PSNI raids condemned

raidsdoor.jpg A leading Derry community worker has criticised a PSNI search at the home of his grandchildren, describing it as “disgraceful.”

Published October 19, 2009



US investment hailed by Stormont leaders

nyse.jpg Plans by the New York stock exchange to set up a software facility in Belfast have been held up as a demonstration that the north of Ireland is a normal place for business investment.

Published October 19, 2009



Senators distressed by FG policy shift

seanad.jpg The Seanad [Senate], the low-profile upper house of the Dublin parliament, faces abolition if a plan by the 26 County state’s main opposition party go

Published October 19, 2009



Spanish crackdown on Basque politicians

basquearrest.jpg The Spanish government has ended a new political initiative in the Basque country with the arrest of ten prominent pro-independence left activists.

Published October 19, 2009



PSNI stretched by attack, alerts

vanexplosion.jpg Claims that a republican group abandoned a massive van bomb in a border village this week proved unfounded after a dramatic controlled explosion by the British Army revealed the van to be empty.

Published October 16, 2009



Prisoners back INLA peace move

portlaoisedirty.jpg Prisoners associated with the INLA (Irish National Liberation Army) currently being held at Portlaoise jail in the Irish midlands have endorsed a statement on Sunday in which the INLA’s armed struggle was declared to be at an end.

Published October 16, 2009



Two issues remain in policing and justice talks

talksbrown.jpg There have been further claims of progress by Sinn Fein in its talks with British prime minister Gordon Brown over the policing and justice powers. However, the DUP has said there remain matters which require resolution.

Published October 16, 2009



O’Donoghue plays the victim

johnodonoghue.jpg John O’Donoghue formally resigned as Ceann Comhairle [speaker] of the Dublin parliament yesterday, defiantly blaming others for the scandal over his expense claims.

Published October 16, 2009



Warning over coalition’s plans

cowengormley.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has accused the Green Party of having “signed up for savage cuts in public spending, NAMA and more attacks on working people and disadvantaged citizens” after it agreed a new programme for government with Fianna Fail.

Published October 16, 2009



International fund ‘supports’ UDA, UVF

ifilogo.jpg The International Fund for Ireland (IFI) has been accused of paying a six-figure to a group linked to loyalist paramilitaries, no questions asked.

Published October 16, 2009

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