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Sinn Féin criticised over INLA tribute

Organisers of a commemoration to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of hunger striker Michael Devine have defended the firing of a gun at the event.

Published August 22, 2006



Voter registration drive

All those entitled to vote in the Six Counties are being urged to complete the new registration form in order to register their votes.

Published August 22, 2006



Dissidents bomb Lord’s estate

A large bomb was partially detonated by the Real IRA at the empty home of an industrialist and unionist peer in another attack by the breakaway armed republican group.

Published August 18, 2006



PSNI under fire

The PSNI police have been strongly criticised after raiding two homes in a violent manner in Dungiven, County Derry.

Published August 18, 2006



Gardai out of control - Morris

The Morris Tribunal of Inquiry into Garda police corruption has spoken of widespread anarchy in the force.

Published August 18, 2006



Campaign to demilitarise Derry beach

A senior Dublin government official has visited a stretch of beach in the North which is being used as a British army training ground.

Published August 18, 2006



Weekend of sectarian violence

Some of the worst rioting in north Belfast in months took place last Sunday night.

Published August 18, 2006



‘Diplock’ courts to remain

Special non-jury ‘Diplock’ courts are to remain part of the British judicial system in the North of Ireland, it has been confirmed.

Published August 13, 2006



Real IRA claim disruption, firebombs

The Real IRA has forced the closure of the main cross-border road and rail links today, after it claimed responsibility for a series of firebomb attacks in Newry last week.

Published August 13, 2006



Ballymena family burnt out

A Catholic family in Ballymena have escaped a murder bid after their house was attacked with a petrol bomb in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Published August 13, 2006



Campaign for release of Michael McKevitt grows

A campaign to overturn the conviction of the republican prisoner Michael McKevitt gained momentum yesterday as a distinguished panel of human-rights advocates assembled in Belfast to highlight his case.

Published August 13, 2006



Apprentice Boys celebrate Derry siege victory

Clashes with republican youths preceded and followed the annual parade by the Apprentice Boys in Derry on Saturday, but the PSNI police has said they are pleased that the main parade passed off without greater incident.

Published August 13, 2006



UVF arms find follows threat

Concerns increased last night over the state of the UVF’s ceasefire after it 20lbs of high-powered explosives -- enough to power ten car bombs -- was uncovered.

Published August 10, 2006



Tensions rise ahead of Apprentice Boys marches

Tensions have increased along two north Belfast interfaces ahead of parades by the unionist Apprentice Boys organisation.

Published August 10, 2006



‘Dissidents’ march in Ballymena

A parade by republican hardliners passed off peacefully in Ballymena last night with its organisers vowing to continue with the annual event until restrictions on it are lifted.

Published August 10, 2006



Jonty Brown arrested over McCord killing

The arrest of two so-called RUC police ‘whistleblowers’ and a third former RUC man by the office of the Police Ombudsman has clouded the issue of RUC collusion with unionist paramilitaries.

Published August 10, 2006



Activists take over war firm

Anti-war demonstrators yesterday occupied the premises of a military contractor in Derry in protest at the company’s involvment in the war in the Middle East and in particular its work for the Israeli Defence Forces.

Published August 10, 2006



Child abused by PSNI

An 11-year-old girl caught scribbling her name on a section of Derry’s walls was subjected to a terrifying ordeal by the PSNI police.

Published August 5, 2006



Shell in pipeline ‘PR exercise’

An announcement by Shell OIl that the controversial Corrib gas pipeline is to be re-routed has not impressed residents of the Rossport area of County Mayo.

Published August 5, 2006



PSNI back down on land seizures

The PSNI has been forced into a climbdown over plans to make residents in Crossmaglen, County Armagh hand over valuable land to the force.

Published August 5, 2006

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