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No justification for abandoning Irish signage

vandalisedirishsign.jpg Members of Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon council have rejected residents’ request for a street sign to include the Irish language in the overwhelmingly nationalist Garvaghy Road area of Portadown.

Published January 25, 2024



International Wall rededicated to Palestine

palestinemural.jpg A new mural in Belfast designed by artists in Palestine is underway as the International Wall on Divis Street is to be fully reimagined.

Published January 25, 2024



Free Derry - Free Palestine

bloodysundaypalestine.jpg The Bloody Sunday March Committee says Palestine will be at the centre of a packed programme of events lined up for the 52nd anniversary commemoration of Bloody Sunday.

Published January 25, 2024



‘Northern Ireland’ shuts down

stormontwalk.jpg Ahead of a huge one-day general strike over the failure to deliver backdated pay increases and funding for services, the North’s first minister designate, Sinn Féin’s Michelle O’Neill, has told the Stormont Assembly she fears the democratic institutions of the Good Friday Agreement are in “free fall”.

Published January 18, 2024



Ireland demands peace with justice for Gaza

nighralaighvaradkar.jpg An Irish lawyer has received global praise for making the case against Israel at the International Court of Justice at the Hague, only to be undermined by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

Published January 18, 2024



Suspect in Brown murder is serving British soldier

rir1200.jpg An inquest into the murder of Gaelic sports official Sean Brown which was due to resume this month has now been put back until March after it emerged that a suspect in the killing is believed to be a serving member of the British Army’s Royal Irish Regiment (RIR).

Published January 18, 2024



Ugly scenes as immigration crisis deepens

roscreakids.jpg Terrified asylum seekers, mostly women and children, were forced to run a gauntlet through an anti-immigrant protest in County Tipperary this week.

Published January 18, 2024



Anger as republican prisoner subjected to scan punishment

maghaberrycells1200.jpg A republican prisoner has been forced into a punishment block at Maghaberry jail after supposedly failing a body scan.

Published January 18, 2024



Inquest welcomed after almost 50 years

jimmurphy1200.jpg A new inquest has been ordered into the murder of a County Fermanagh man Jim Murphy after the original RUC police investigation into the 1974 killing was discredited.

Published January 18, 2024



Scandal of housing crisis brought home

mollymalone.jpg The death of a homeless man of suspected hypothermia near one of Dublin’s main tourist attractions has refocused attention on the profound failure of the coalition government to tackle the homelessness and housing crises.

Published January 11, 2024



Move against Bloody Sunday families seen as political policing

eastwoodwalk.jpg Family members of those killed in the Bloody Sunday massacre face prosecution for walking together to a courthouse in Derry ahead of a court hearing in August.

Published January 11, 2024



Disinformation follows Derry protest

palestinecrane.jpg Socialist Republicans in Derry, including members of activist group Lasair Dhearg, scaled a crane in the city last weekend to highlight the plight of Palestine and show their support.

Published January 11, 2024



Legacy response ‘designed to satisfy Tory backbenchers’

heatonharris1200.jpg The British government has responded aggressively to an inter-state case brought by the Dublin government to challenge its legislation on the legacy of the past conflict in the European Court of Human Rights.

Published January 11, 2024



McDonald sees Stormont sell-by date

mcdonaldspiegel.jpg As the Stormont Assembly approaches a third year of stalemate over an ongoing unionist boycott, Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald has said the Assembly could be abolished in a united Ireland.

Published January 11, 2024



Saoradh members jailed for Christmas window decoration

saoradhsnowman.jpg Saoradh has condemned the recent sentencing of two party members in Derry following their conviction for a Christmas decoration on the window of their party headquarters, Junior McDaid House.

Published January 11, 2024



‘Architect of collusion’ reported dead

kitsoncolour.jpg One of the most senior British army officers to operate during the conflict in Ireland and who is most identified with the deliberate killings of Irish civilians has died aged 97, according to reports

Published January 4, 2024



New IRA ‘reiterates its fight’

niras.jpg The New IRA has said it will continue to target the British Crown Forces in a statement which appeared on walls in Dublin on Monday.

Published January 4, 2024



Fresh calls for Irish politicians to act for Gaza

albertbridgegaza.jpg Dozens of vigils took place around the country over the New Year to show solidarity with Palestine and to press Irish politicians to take immediate action to end the genocide in Gaza.

Published January 4, 2024



Stakeknife details emerge in state papers

scappaticci1200.jpg Sinn Féin was aware the organisation had been infiltrated by a top-ranking British agent during peace process negotiations with the British government, according to declassified papers released this year.

Published January 4, 2024



GAA pitch attacked

gaapitchoil.jpg A Belfast City councillor has condemned the latest hate crime at an east Belfast GAA pitch, saying it’s time for those intent on waging a “campaign of hate” to move on.

Published January 4, 2024

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