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Govts urged to implement the Joint Declaration

The Irish and British governments should stop rewarding unionists for putting the peace process on hold, and declare immediately they will press on with the full implementation of the Good Friday Agreement, Sinn Fein chairman Mitchel McLaughlin said this weekend.

Published November 3, 2003



Prisoners and families put at risk

A prison strike is putting the lives of prisoners in danger, writes Martin Mulholland.

Published November 3, 2003



SDLP look to Fianna Fáil

The SDLP has brought in two of the key strategists behind Fianna Fáil's 2002 election victory in the 26 Counties to advise it on aspects of its campaign for the forthcoming Assembly elections.

Published November 3, 2003



Sinn Féin mount All-Ireland campaign

Sinn Féin members of the 26-County parliament in Dublin joined the election trail in Belfast to emphasise the party's all-Ireland agenda.

Published November 3, 2003



Adams speaks on peace process, diaspora in U.S.

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams spoke to an audience of several hundred in the southern U.S. on Wednesday, addressing topics ranging from his involvement in the Irish peace process to the role Irish-Americans play in those events.

Published October 31, 2003



P>Ahern's leadership is a weakness

In the fallout from David Trimble's latest walkout from the political process, little attention has been paid to the role of the Fianna Fail/Progressive Democrats government. Bertie Ahern had welcomed the Sinn Fein/UUP talks but in the aftermath of the breakdown he was at pains to show that he had his doubts beforehand. It was a performance bordering on self-justification and the Taoiseach could almost be heard whispering ``I told you so''.

Published October 31, 2003



2 And 3 Reasons To Be Cheerful

Dealing with unionists, as some of our patient elected representatives are doing at the moment, is difficult for a number of reasons.

Published October 31, 2003



Bloody Sunday victim was unarmed, Inquiry hears

A man, who attempted to get medical attention for a Bloody Sunday victim, said on Thursday that he did not see any explosives on the body.

Published October 31, 2003



Electoral officer charged with fraud

A former chief executive of the Ulster Unionist Party is to appear in court charged with theft and false accounting at an electoral office.

Published October 31, 2003



SDLP man attacks `tired old party'

Paisley launches scary campaign

A former member of the SDLP has launched a stinging attack on his own party which he claims lacks talent and is ``bereft of political ideas''.

Published October 31, 2003



Loyalists terrorise pensioner

An elderly widow's home has been attacked by loyalists for what may be the the fifteenth such attack in recent years.

Published October 31, 2003



Tories choose Hallowe'en horror

Michael Howard is set to claim leadership of the the British Conservative Party after a majority of the party's MPs pledged support for the former British Home Secretary.

Published October 31, 2003



Ahern sits on Dublin-Monaghan report

The Irish Prime Minister, An Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, has received the long-awaited report by Justice Barron into the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings which killed 33 people, but has refused to make it public.

Published October 29, 2003



Transparent Reminders

two teenagers, Gavin and Michael, stood talking at the road junction on a late Sunday night in July, near the entrance to a GAA club.

Published October 29, 2003



Attacks blamed on loyalists

A retired couple are the latest victims of a series of attacks at homes in Armagh town in the last week.

Published October 29, 2003



Blair claims he received arms info

The British Prime Minister Mr Blair has failed to clear up confusion over his claimed source of information on recent moves by the IRA to put arms beyond use.

Published October 29, 2003



Frazer, McCann to contest elections

A campaigner against the IRA tonight announced he will be standing in next month's Assembly Elections.

Published October 29, 2003



IRA CALLS FOR COMMITMENTS TO BE FULFILLED

The IRA tonight called for a deal involving the Ulster Unionists and the British and Irish governments, which dramatically collapsed last week, to be honoured in full.

Published October 29, 2003



Terence MacSwiney

Terence MacSwiney was born in Cork in 1879. After completing his secondary school education at the Christian Brothers' School at North Monastery in Cork city, he went to work as an entry clerk at Dwyer and Co, a Cork Warehousing and distribution company, at the age of 15.

Published October 29, 2003



Tories seek new leader as IDS is booted

Iain Duncan-Smith has this evening been deposed as leader of the British Conservative Party by 90 votes to 75.

Published October 29, 2003

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