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PSNI use debts in bid to recruit informer

psnicheckpoint.jpg A County Tyrone man on the verge of bankruptcy has said the PSNI police offered him two hundred pounds to “set up” a prominent dissident republican.

Published July 17, 2009

Chaos expected over ‘Bord Snip’ cutbacks

cuts.jpg An official report for the Dublin government has laid out recommendations for one of the biggest planned cutbacks in the history of the 26 County state, urging 17,300 public sector lay-offs and over five billion Euro in cuts.

Published July 17, 2009

Nursing home deaths report ‘a whitewash’

leascross.jpg Outraged relatives of elderly people who died in the care of Leas Cross Nursing Home have dismissed an official inquiry in to the scandal as a whitewash.

Published July 17, 2009

Disturbances continue amid riot recriminations

Serious disturbances have continued in north Belfast and other areas of the North following intense parades-related conflict on Monday evening.

Published July 15, 2009

Riots break out at Orange parades

Trouble has erupted tonight over loyalist parades in at least thre nationalist area across the North.

Published July 13, 2009

UDA brigade rejects peace process

udasmall.jpg The UDA in north Antrim and Derry have further cranked up tensions in the area by announcing their withdrawal of support for the police and political institutions.

Published July 10, 2009

Colin Duffy attacked at Maghaberry

colinduffy.jpg Prominent republican Colin Duffy was attacked by prison warders at Maghaberry Prison earlier this week, according to his family.

Published July 10, 2009

Zaitschek blasts Orde over bogus prosecution

larryzaitschek.jpg The American chef who served as an international scapegoat by the PSNI Special Branch for the infamous Castlereagh break-in of 2002 issued a ‘put up or shut up’ ultimatum to PSNI police chief Hugh Orde this week.

Published July 10, 2009

Church attacks linked to DUP bigotry

churchpaintattack.jpg A string of sectarian attacks has seen five Catholic churches paint-bombed and a car burnt out at a Gaelic sports club in the North Antrim area.

Published July 10, 2009

‘Foreigners out’ - UDA

racistni.jpg A letter from the unionist paramilitary UDA has warned “foreigners” to leave the “Queen’s country” by Sunday.

Published July 10, 2009

Lisbon 2 referendum to be held on October 2nd

The second referendum on the Lisbon Treaty is to be held on Friday, October 2nd, the 26-County Taoiseach has announced.

Published July 8, 2009

Decommissioning: Gunsmoke and mirrors

udauvf.jpg Decommissioning claims this week by the two main unionist paramilitary group are being treated with scepticism in the absence of any direct confirmation from Canadian General John de Chastelain.

Published July 3, 2009

SF marshals at Whiterock parade

whiterockmarchkids.jpg A coat-trailing sectarian parade by the Protestant Orange Order was delayed on Saturday while British Army bomb disposal experts removed a number of suspicious devices.

Published July 3, 2009

Oppressive PSNI tactics in Fermanagh, Derry

psnicheckpoint.jpg PSNI brutality at a checkpoint in the Eniskillen area has been condemned.

Published July 3, 2009

Republican protest blockaded

armedforcespsni.jpg A protest against an event at Belfast City Hall to mark British Armed Forces Day was prevented from entering the city centre on Saturday by scores of riot police.

Published July 3, 2009

‘Make your mind up time’ for devolution - McGuinness

amcguinnessrobinson.jpg Tensions continue between Sinn Féin and the DUP over the devolution of policing and justice, the handling of the Stormont budget and a host of other issues.

Published July 3, 2009

Loyalists claim arms moves

Both the UVF and the UDA have issued statements this morning claiming to have carried out some decommissioning of their weapons.

Published June 27, 2009

Row over policing of sectarian marches

orangemarch.jpg The issue of who should police contentious loyalist parades reached a head this week after dissident republicans accused former Provisional IRA prisoners of facilitating a coat-trailing sectarian parade through republican north Belfast.

Published June 26, 2009

Immigrants abandon ‘racist statelet’

romanians.jpg Intolerance is growing in the Six Counties, with a new survey showing the isolated statelet increasingly turning inward.

Published June 26, 2009

Union Jack to be hoisted over Belfast City Hall

armedforcesday.jpg Relatives of people killed by the British Army in the north of Ireland have protested over official plans for Belfast city council to celebrate ‘British Armed Forces Day’.

Published June 26, 2009


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