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Saoradh members jailed for Christmas window decoration

saoradhsnowman.jpg Saoradh has condemned the recent sentencing of two party members in Derry following their conviction for a Christmas decoration on the window of their party headquarters, Junior McDaid House.

Published January 11, 2024



‘Architect of collusion’ reported dead

kitsoncolour.jpg One of the most senior British army officers to operate during the conflict in Ireland and who is most identified with the deliberate killings of Irish civilians has died aged 97, according to reports

Published January 4, 2024



New IRA ‘reiterates its fight’

niras.jpg The New IRA has said it will continue to target the British Crown Forces in a statement which appeared on walls in Dublin on Monday.

Published January 4, 2024



Fresh calls for Irish politicians to act for Gaza

albertbridgegaza.jpg Dozens of vigils took place around the country over the New Year to show solidarity with Palestine and to press Irish politicians to take immediate action to end the genocide in Gaza.

Published January 4, 2024



Stakeknife details emerge in state papers

scappaticci1200.jpg Sinn Féin was aware the organisation had been infiltrated by a top-ranking British agent during peace process negotiations with the British government, according to declassified papers released this year.

Published January 4, 2024



GAA pitch attacked

gaapitchoil.jpg A Belfast City councillor has condemned the latest hate crime at an east Belfast GAA pitch, saying it’s time for those intent on waging a “campaign of hate” to move on.

Published January 4, 2024



Retail chain condemned over sectarianism

primarkbelfast.jpg Primark has apologised after one of its employees in Belfast was subjected to an anti-Irish dressing-down by her bosses because she wore a Christmas jumper which bore words in Irish Gaelic.

Published January 4, 2024



See you in international court

sunakflags.jpg A decision by the Dublin government to take an inter-state case against Britain over new cover-up legislation has been widely welcomed in Ireland but has drawn a bitter response from London who have vowed to defend their soldiers regardless.

Published December 21, 2023



Poor reviews for Christmas talks panto

chhtalks23.jpg Public support for Stormont politics has reached a new low following the collapse of talks to restore the North’s local power-sharing institutions.

Published December 21, 2023



Christmas raids on homes of republican activists

gardaraidxmas.jpg Saoradh has accused the Gardaí police in the 26 Counties of “heavy handed, stage managed and deliberately provocative” raids on the homes of party members over the last couple of days.

Published December 21, 2023



Bloody Sunday families refuse to cooperate with PSNI

sundaycourtwalk.jpg SDLP leader Colum Eastwood walked out of an interview at a PSNI police barracks on Friday, denouncing the force’s treatment of the Bloody Sunday families over a loyalist’s accusation that they held an ‘illegal parade’ by walking together to a recent court appearance.

Published December 21, 2023



‘Soldier F’ to face prosecution after all

wraymckinney1200.jpg A belated acceptance by Crown prosecutors that the trial of a British soldier for his role in the Bloody Sunday massacre should go ahead has been welcomed –– but there have been calls for the soldier’s anonymity to finally be removed.

Published December 21, 2023



Father dies before conclusion of delayed inquest

francisbradley1200.jpg A County Derry man whose son was killed by the British Army has been denied the truth after he died before an inquest could be completed.

Published December 21, 2023



Christmas gifts for the DUP

duphillsborough.jpg The DUP is under renewed pressure to end its boycott of power-sharing in the North and accept a multi-billion pound British financial package which would deliver substantial funding across the North’s public sector.

Published December 14, 2023



Loyalists target Irish support for Palestinians

cityhallflag.jpg As the death toll from the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip exceeds 20,000 civilians dead, including almost 10,000 children and almost two million people displaced, unionists and nationalists have been responding in very different ways.

Published December 14, 2023



Collusion blamed for attack in Ballymoney

ahmed.jpg A former republican prisoner, Julian Flohr, has been forced from his job in County Antrim after what Saoradh described as “a clear case of collusion” resulted in his workplace being attacked by loyalists.

Published December 14, 2023



Truth campaigner dies

margaretcampbell.jpg A County Down widow who helped bring to activities of the notorious Glenanne Gang into the public view has died aged 85.

Published December 14, 2023



State secrecy threatens to unravel Donaldson inquest

denisdonaldson1200.jpg The inquest into the killing of top-level Sinn Féin informer Denis Donaldson has descended into a charade after it was adjourned for an absurd 26th time.

Published December 14, 2023



Appeal over murder of Gary Moore

garymoore.jpg The mother of a Catholic building worker murdered by loyalist paramilitaries more than 20 years ago has made a fresh public appeal for information about the killing.

Published December 14, 2023



A poet is mourned

shanemacgowan.jpg A huge funeral is expected for the legendary singer and proud Irish patriot Shane MacGowan following his death aged 65. The former Pogues frontman died last Thursday with his wife and family by his side.

Published December 7, 2023

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