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Compromise reached on Long Kesh plan

The former Long Kesh prison, a famous site of struggle for Irish Republicans, will be converted into a sports stadium and a new centre for conflict transformation, under the agreed report of an all-party advisory panel.

Published February 27, 2005



Sabotaging the peace process

Shame on those you did the Northern Bank robbery, and shame on those who have used that robbery (bad enough in itself) to sabotage the peace-process.

Published February 27, 2005



Nominations close as by-election temperature rises

Nominations closed on Wednesday for the two by-elections to be held on 11 March in Meath and North Kildare.

Published February 27, 2005



ADAMS FIGHTS BACK

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has hit back at political opponents in the 26 Counties for demonising republicans and insisted he will not allow them to set the political agenda.

Published February 27, 2005



IRA statement welcomed

The McCartney family have welcomed a statement by the Provisional IRA revealing the expulsion of three of its members and urging them to take responsibility for their actions in the death of Belfast man Robert McCartney

Published February 27, 2005



McAleese calls for end to armed struggle

Irish President Mary McAleese was forced to abandon plans to visit a school in a loyalist area of Belfast due to the threat of protests and possible violence.

Published February 27, 2005



Commission chief blasts human rights sham

The outgoing head of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission launched a stinging attack on the British Government today, accusing it of doing no more than paying lip service to human rights.

Published February 23, 2005



Sinn Féin determined to succeed

The following is an edited version of the address by Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams speaking in Strabane on Sunday to commemorate Michael Devine, David Devine and Charlie Breslin who were ambushed and executed by the SAS on February 23rd 1985.

Published February 23, 2005



SPELLING IT OUT

Sinn Féin has gone closer than ever to urging the IRA to stand down by declaring that, for republicans, “any and all activities that fall outside the norms of legitimate political action should cease forthwith”.

Published February 23, 2005



Storm of criticsm over McDowell statements

Sinn Féin’s chief negotiator, Martin McGuinness has described Dublin’s Minister for Justice, Michael McDowell, as the “Minister for Smear”.

Published February 23, 2005



Special Branch cover-up in feud killing

A police ombudsman report has found that the police Special Branch in the North withheld crucial information from detectives investigating the murder of County Down man Eoin Morley.

Published February 23, 2005



Bolstering the SDLP

Last Sunday on BBC television Seamus Mallon accused members of Sinn Féin of murdering Short Strand man Robert McCartney, who was brutally stabbed some weeks earlier.

Published February 23, 2005



Britain robs Sinn Féin

The British government has extended political discrimination against Sinn Féin, with the party set to be penalised by up to a million Euros in political funding.

Published February 23, 2005



McCartney family impatient for statements, prosecutions

Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams has repeated calls for witnesses with information on the killing of Robert McCartney to go to the PSNI police or any other respected authority.

Published February 23, 2005



McDowell declares Adams is IRA chief

The Justice Minister in the 26 Counties, Michael McDowell has declared that Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams is a member of the IRA’s ruling Army Council.

Published February 20, 2005



Managed impasse

The Irish American Unity in Action Committee drafted this letter earlier this month regarding recent events in the North of Ireland.

Published February 20, 2005



Bank heist stash found at PSNI club

The only cash yet to be recovered from the Northern Bank raid before Christmas has been uncovered at a police sports facility in Belfast.

Published February 20, 2005



Vindicating Captain James Kelly

The treatment of a former Irish army captain, James J. Kelly by the Irish State is considered a shame by many who remember, or have studied, the Arms Crisis of 1970/71.

Published February 20, 2005



OPEN SEASON

Attacks on Sinn Féin by its political opponents increased dramatically this week following the discovery of quantities of cash in County Cork and Dublin.

Published February 20, 2005



Police forces to swap personnel

Garda police from the 26 Counties are to be exchanged with PSNI police in the North following a new agreement between the forces.

Published February 20, 2005

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