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‘Derry 4’ in court

derry4.jpg The four Derry men who were arrested during a “Real IRA show of strength” for members of the media near the Derry/Donegal border last March have finally appeared at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin.

Published December 5, 2008

Tory councillor forced out over IRA past

torybook.jpg A Conservative Party councillor has resigned an education post because of the disclosure of her associations with the IRA in the early 1970s.

Published December 5, 2008

Judge orders deportation of Pol Brennan

Former IRA PoW and H-Block escapee Pol Brennan, who has been living in the US for nearly 25 years, has been denied the right to remain in the country by a US

Published November 30, 2008

CIRA raid gunshop, drugs factory

ciradrugs.jpg The Continuity IRA is being linked to a raid in the premises of a gun dealer in the border village of Garrison, County Fermanagh, on Saturday night.

Published November 28, 2008

Outrage at Dublin’s ‘Disneyworld government’

fas.jpg There have been calls for 26-County health minister Mary Harney to resign after it emerged she used the state jet and expense accounts as part of a thinly-disguised six-figure vacation in Florida.

Published November 28, 2008

Ahern refuses to release border killing report

aidenmcanespie.jpg A call by Sinn Féin for the publication of a report of Deputy Garda Commissioner Eugene Crowley on the shooting of Aidan McAnespie has been rejected by the Dublin government.

Published November 28, 2008

Republican movement ‘being rebuilt’

patsyduffy.jpg Republicans gathered in the Tower Hotel in Derry last week to form a new coalition bringing together several republican groups to oppose Sinn Féin’s political strategy.

Published November 28, 2008

President visits Orange hall

mcaleeseoo.jpg President Mary McAleese has made the first official visit by an Irish head of state to an Orange Order hall.

Published November 28, 2008

IRA Army Council ‘has disbanded’ - DUP

DUP leader Peter Robinson has said he has received direct assurances that the Provisional IRA Army Council has permanently gone out of business.

Published November 22, 2008

Brennan in deportation hearing

polbrennan.jpg A Texas judge now has the power to set free former prisoner of war Pol Brennan -- or deport him to Ireland.

Published November 21, 2008

SF councillor targeted as attacks mount

ov.jpg A Sinn Féin councillor in County Tyrone is believed to have been the target of a pipe-bomb attack by the unionist paramilitary ‘Orange Volunteers’.

Published November 21, 2008

Tories enter pact with unionists

empeycameron.jpg The British Conservative Party, under David Cameron, has agreed to form an electoral pact with the Ulster Unionist Party.

Published November 21, 2008

Harassment of former Basque prisoner

inaki.jpg The PSNI police arrested a former political prisoner from the Basque Country this week on foot of a Spanish extradition order which charged him with a kind of sedition.

Published November 21, 2008

Poll shows drop for govt, support for Lisbon

govtpoll.jpg Public support for the 26-County government, the Taoiseach Brian Cowen and his Fianna Fail party has collapsed to the lowest level recorded since polling began more than a quarter of a century ago.

Published November 21, 2008

Talks deal announced at Stormont

The North's First and Deputy First Ministers have said that their parties have reached an agreement on the devolution of policing and justice powers from London to Belfast.

Published November 18, 2008

Stone found guilty of attemped murder

Loyalist killer Michael Stone was found guilty today of attempting to murder Sinn Féin leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness in a one-man armed attack on the Stormont Assembly.

Published November 14, 2008

SDLP crosses the line

sdlp.jpg The SDLP is to cease designating itself as a nationalist party in the Stormont Assembly in a move that could herald a realignment in politics in the North.

Published November 13, 2008

Dismay at Holy Cross ruling

holycross.jpg Britain’s highest court has denied that former RUC police chief Ronnie Flanagan failed to protect Catholic schoolgirls from degrading and inhumane treatment during the Holy Cross dispute.

Published November 13, 2008

Progress in search for ‘Disappeared’

disappeared.jpg Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has welcomed the discovery of what appear to be the remains of Danny McIlhone, a victim of the conflict who was killed by the IRA in 1981.

Published November 13, 2008

PDs out, Libertas in?

pds.jpg A decision taken by the Progressive Democrats party at the weekend to disband after 23 years in existence has been widely welcomed.

Published November 13, 2008


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