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‘Free Derry’ Wall repaired

Free Derry Corner, a listed tourist attraction, has been restored by a group of republicans.

Published June 4, 2004

Warning on ‘Ireland of the unwelcome’

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has called for people in the 26 Counties to vote no in the citizenship referendum and warned added that it would makes a joke of the claim to be Ireland of the welcomes.

Published June 2, 2004

Citizenship risk cuts both ways

By Brian Feeney (for the irish News)

Here’s what the Good Friday Agreement says about citizenship. That the British and Irish governments will “recognise the birthright of all the people of Northern Ireland to identify themselves and be accepted as Irish or British, or both, as they may so choose, and accordingly confirm that their right to hold both British and Irish citizenship is accepted by both governments and would not be affected by any future change in the status of Northern Ireland”.

Published June 2, 2004

Call for arrests in banking scandal

Ireland’s largest banking group is caught in a growing scandal over accusations of over-charging and other potentially criminal activities.

Published June 2, 2004

Building a Europe of Equals

The following is an extract from the Sinn Féin manifesto for the EU election, including a message from Gerry Adams.

Published June 2, 2004


There is growing confidence in Sinn Féin that the party will pick up at least two seats in the European parliament elections on June 10 and 11.

Published June 2, 2004

Unionists angry at loss of Mayoral positions

Sinn Féin councillor Joe O’Donnell was voted in as deputy Mayor of Belfast last night with the support of the Alliance party, who took the Mayoral position.

Published June 2, 2004

Murphy ‘reconciliation’ comments questioned

It is absurd for British Direct Ruler Paul Murphy to talk about the conditions for a truth and reconciliation commission when his government remains a combatant, Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams said yesterday.

Published June 2, 2004

Special Branch ‘dirty war’ continues

Two Belfast men have come forward to reveal that they were approached by PSNI police officers and asked to work for them as informers.

Published June 2, 2004

Ahern makes case for release of Colombia 3

Supporters of three Irishmen still being held in Colombia have welcomed a meeting Saturday between the Irish Prime Minister, Taoiseach Bertie Ahern with the Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, on Saturday in Mexico.

Published May 31, 2004

Republicans must make a stand for ideals of ancestors

A letter has been published calling for a congress of republicans to determine a collective way formard.

Published May 31, 2004

Collusion gang may have killed over 100

A delegation of international human rights workers have come to the North to probe allegations that members of the Crown forces colluded with unionists in a series of murders during the 1970s.

Published May 31, 2004

Dissidents blamed for west Belfast devices

British Army bomb experts defused a device outside the outside the Community Restorative Justice office in west Belfast today.

Published May 31, 2004

On a wing and a prayer

Friday night we went to the Odyssey to see the world premiere of ‘On Eagle’s Wing’, which had been billed as a musical show that celebrates the history of the Scotch-Irish.

Published May 31, 2004


British Direct Ruler Paul Murphy has said there is no political consensus for reconciliation in Ireland.

Published May 31, 2004

Loyalist feud appears over

A feud between two rival unionist paramilitary groups in the North appears to be over following a statement by the Loyalist Volunteer Force that it was moving to prevent further attacks against the rival UVF.

Published May 31, 2004

West Belfast concern over parades

Efforts are being made to avoid clashes over two large loyalist parades in nationalist west Belfast planned for next month.

Published May 31, 2004

Hunger strike fear at Maghaberry

Republican prisoners at Maghaberry Prison have warned they will launch a hunger strike next month unless their conditions are improved.

Published May 28, 2004

Positive Neutrality

The following is an edited version of the conclusion of Sinn Féin’s Positive Neutrality in Action document, which was published today.

Published May 28, 2004

Bank scandal mounts

Allied Irish Banks, Ireland’s largest retail bank, has made a series of revelations which has raised fears of a culture of dishonesty at the bank.

Published May 28, 2004


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