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Sinn Féin has abandoned 2016 target - DUP

2016.jpg The DUP has interpreted comments by Gerry Adams as an admission that the hope of a united Ireland by 2016 has been abandoned.

Published January 9, 2009

Hamill inquiry set to open

roberthamill.jpg After a decade of delays and deliberate procrastination, public hearings in the inquiry into the 1997 murder of Robert Hamill are to begin in Belfast next Tuesday.

Published January 9, 2009

International events to mark Famine

faminestatue.jpg Ireland is to officially recognise the Great Hunger - more than 160 years after British colonial policies coupled with the collapse of the critical potato harvest resulted in the death or emigration of some two million people.

Published January 9, 2009

Invasion of Gaza condemned

The Dublin government and all of the political parties in the 26 Counties have condemned Israel’s invasion of Gaza and have backed calls for a ceasefire in the region.

Published January 4, 2009

Anger as republican is returned to jail

mccaffertyprotest.jpg The summary imprisonment of Belfast man Terry McCafferty on the eve of Christmas is being viewed by republican activists as a vindictive reprisal for the release of the ‘Derry 4’, whose trial collapsed in Dublin just days before.

Published January 2, 2009

Secret to unity is Irish abroad - Adams

adams.jpg Campaigns to lobby for a united Ireland could tap into the huge Irish populations living in the US and in Britain, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has said.

Published January 2, 2009

Christmas bomb attempt at GAA club

pearseog.jpg A bomb discovered on Christmas Eve close to an Armagh Gaelic club could have been picked up by children who regularly use the area.

Published January 2, 2009

Peace move claim ‘false’ - O Bradaigh

ruairiobradaigh.jpg The President of Republican Sinn Féin, Ruairi O Bradaigh, has rejected a claim that the IRA sought peace talks with the British government in early 1978.

Published January 2, 2009

Deaths of Tony Gregory TD and Sean McKenna

tonygregory.jpg Independent TD Tony Gregory died today [Friday] at the age of 61 after a long illness.

Published January 2, 2009

Ireland condemns Israeli bombings

Ireland has joined a wave of international anger and revulsion at the saturation bombing by Israel of the Palestinian-ruled Gaza Strip in the middle East this week.

Published December 29, 2008

‘Derry 4’ trial collapses

The trial of four Derry City men accused of membership of the ‘Real IRA’ collapsed dramatically at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin today.

Published December 19, 2008

Nelson murder suspects let go

checkpoint2.jpg A British soldier has said that locally recruited RIR soldiers allowed two well-known unionist paramilitaries, stopped a short distance from the home of human rights lawyer Rosemary Nelson shortly after her murder, to escape.

Published December 19, 2008

PSNI loyalists caught on camera

psnicar.jpg Four PSNI members have been suspended after they were caught on camera singing sectarian songs and waving guns while joyriding in their patrol vehicles.

Published December 19, 2008

Catholics forced out of homes

balaclava.jpg A Catholic man is planning to move out of the house where he was tied up and beaten by a loyalist gang who also ransacked the property on the outskirts of south Belfast.

Published December 19, 2008

Stone to appeal jail sentence

stoneold.jpg Convicted UDA murderer Michael Stone has said he is to appeal the 16-year jail sentence handed down last week for the attempted murder of Sinn Féin leaders Martin McGuinness and Gerry Adams.

Published December 19, 2008

Miami Showband hold Banbridge gig

miami.jpg The Miami Showband were treated like heroes by adoring fans after completing a “milestone performance” in the town where three of their members were massacred by the unionist paramilitary UVF 33 years ago.

Published December 19, 2008

Bill of Rights proposed for North

nihrc.jpg More than 10 years after a bill of rights was first agreed in the Good Friday Agreement, the North’s Human Rights Commission has presented its recommendations on the bill to the British government.

Published December 12, 2008

Provocative speech by Tory leader

cameron.jpg The leader of the British Conservative party, David Cameron, has reversed two decades of Tory policy on Ireland.

Published December 12, 2008

British Army in ‘draw down’

barmydrumcree.jpg The British Army is to change its official status in Ireland in a move to highlight the demilitarisation and so-called “normalisation” in the North.

Published December 12, 2008

Loyalists target former INLA man

gerardfoster.jpg A former republican PoW last night blamed loyalists for a pipe-bomb attack on his west Belfast home.

Published December 12, 2008


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