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Haass ends role as U.S. special envoy

President Bush's special envoy to Ireland has completed his final round of talks with the northern political parties with a message of hope.

Published December 5, 2003



Policing violence concern as Lundy returns to Derry

Up to 2,000 members of the Protestant Apprentice Boys organisation and 21 bands are expected in Derry for the annual Lundy's Day march on Saturday.

Published December 5, 2003



Sellafield debris washes ashore on Down coast

Sections of discharge pipe from the Sellafield nuclear processing plant have been found washed up on beaches in County Down.

Published December 5, 2003



Victims call for Cory reports publication

A nationalist victims' group has called on the British government to publish the Cory report into British collusion with loyalist paramilitaries.

Published December 5, 2003



One extreme

In February 1974, in a Westminster general election, 11 out of the North's then 12 constituencies returned anti-Agreement unionists.

Published December 1, 2003



Attempts underway to censor Cory report

The Canadian judge appointed to look into a number of high-profile assassinations in which there were widespread allegations of British Crown force collusion has recommended four inquiries.

Published December 1, 2003



Expensive Ireland lags behind competitors - report

Ireland is now the joint most expensive country in the eurozone with one of the highest inflation rates, it was announced today.

Published December 1, 2003



Malachy McAllister

Malachy McAllister, or `Mock' as we knew him was a close childhood friend. ----- KEYWORDS:

Published December 1, 2003



BRITISH REFUSE TO RESTORE ASSEMBLY

The British government has refused nationalist calls to lift its suspension of the power-sharing institutions in the North of Ireland following Wednesday's election to the Belfast Assembly.

Published December 1, 2003



Adams's address to new Assembly team

The following is part of the address by Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams as his party of newly-elected Assembly members gathered for the first timee at Stormont today.

Published December 1, 2003



Round-up of election news

The Sinn Féin election machine almost pulled off a spectacular coup in Belfast, nearly winning eight seats in the four constituencies having run nine candidates.

Published December 1, 2003



Trimble unmoved by resignation calls

A reported attempt by Ulster Unionist Party hardliner Jeffrey Donaldson to depose David Trimble as party leader following last week's election failed to materialise today.

Published December 1, 2003



Collusion case reopened

A new investigation is to be made into a sectarian murder 16 years ago, following claims by a notorious loyalist killer that British Crown forces colluded in the killing.

Published November 28, 2003



Energy And Repressive Politics

Twenty years ago a bitter environmental conflict over the Franklin dam in Tasmania ended with a victory for environmentalists concerned to prevent needless destruction of their country's ecosystem.

Published November 28, 2003



SINN FEIN JOY AT ELECTION SUCCESS

As the dust begins to settle following Wednesday's Assembly election, Republican joy at Sinn Fein's success has been tempered by near-misses in many areas and the deep crisis now facing the peace process.

Published November 28, 2003



New Republican Assembly members profiled

A look at the assembly election candidates

Published November 28, 2003



Public inquiry demanded after tampering of evidence

Two men accused of a dissident republican bomb plot in September last year were formaly acquitted of the charges today after the prosecution incredibly offered no evidence against them.

Published November 28, 2003



Quotes from the count centres

The electorate have given a clear message to the Ulster Unionist Party. The last five and a half years have not delivered what they had hoped for. It has been a series of failed negotiations.

Published November 28, 2003



PSNI, loyalists harass Sinn Fein candidate

Sinn Fein has said it will complain to the police ombudsman about harassment by the PSNI police outside a County Down count centre.

Published November 28, 2003



No coincidence

The surge in the vote for the DUP and Sinn Fein has been dangerously presented in the media as a polarisation of public opinion in the Six Counties.

Published November 28, 2003

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