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Minister quits amid outrage over virus double standards

daracalleary.jpg A Minister in the Dublin government has resigned this morning for attending a parliamentary jolly with more than 80 people, including several other politicians and ‘elite’ figures, which breached Covid-19 regulations.

Published August 21, 2020

Donohoe family seek justice

fionanoah.jpg Fiona Donohoe, the mother of 14-year-old Noah Donohoe, has begun a justice campaign and is seeking public assistance for an investigation into the unexplained death of her son in June of this year.

Published August 14, 2020

Policing hypocrisy reaches a new level

bonfires080820.jpg The discriminatory nature of the Stormont authorities’ approach to bonfires was laid bare last weekend as nationalist areas were flooded with riot PSNI police in order to remove small amounts of materials ahead of relatively tiny nationalist events, while a giant pyre saw loyalists cheer the sectarian burning of Irish flags and symbols.

Published August 14, 2020

Johnson ‘loves and celebrates’ partition of Ireland

johnsonmeeting.jpg Plans to mark the centenary of the partition of Ireland have received a mixed reaction from Irish politicians after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the division of the island was “obviously” a cause for “celebration”.

Published August 14, 2020

Martin fearful as unity debate continues

martinmeeting.jpg The 26 County Taoiseach Micheal Martin has said he is increasingly concerned that Irish unity may come about sooner rather than later, and possibly quite suddenly.

Published August 14, 2020

Prisoner assaulted on anniversary of unimplemented agreement

lukeoneill2.jpg Republican political prisoner Luke O’Neill was viciously assaulted by warders at Maghaberry jail last week before being removed to an isolation unit, according to fellow prisoners.

Published August 14, 2020

Shocking stabbing of teenager recalled

thomasdevlin600.jpg The father of one of the teenagers who was with schoolboy Thomas Devlin on the night he was murdered by loyalists has spoken for the first time about the events of 15 years ago that changed the lives of three families forever.

Published August 14, 2020

Rioting follows PSNI raids in Derry

derrytrouble.jpg Vehicles were hijacked and burned and the PSNI were attacked with petrol and paint bombs in three nights of disturbances in Derry this week following brutal police raids in the city.

Published August 7, 2020

Anger as PSNI invade west Belfast estate

robocop.jpg The IRSP has slammed what it said was an “anti-community” PSNI operation in the republican Divis area of Belfast to seize a small amount of wood gathered for a traditional August bonfire.

Published August 7, 2020

John Hume honoured around the world

johnhumesoldier.jpg Mourners from across the political spectrum attended and paid their respects at the funeral of John Hume, the former SDLP leader whose death prompted international tributes on Wednesday.

Published August 7, 2020

Catholics facing intimidation

kat.jpg A new Gaelic sports club set up in east Belfast with the goal of uniting communities has already been targeted by loyalists.

Published August 7, 2020

Calls for united Ireland campaign to be accelerated

pearsedoherty2.jpg Sinn Féin TD Pearse Doherty has called for the campaign for a united Ireland to be stepped up.

Published August 7, 2020

Prisoner wins right to access library books

seanmcveigh600.jpg A republican prisoner has won a High Court battle to secure access to library books. Sean McVeigh is currently being held within the segregated regime at Maghaberry Prison.

Published August 7, 2020

Adams pays tribute to John Hume

adamshume.jpg Former Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams says John Hume’s decision to meet him for talks in 1986 “was a breakthrough moment in Irish politics” and described the Good Friday Agreement as “a landmark moment for both of us”.

Published August 3, 2020

John Hume has died

johnhumeflat.jpg It has been announced this morning that the former SDLP leader and Noble Peace Prize winner John Hume passed away late last night. He died after a short illness at the age of 83 after suffering from dementia for many years.

Published August 3, 2020

One law for them

threestooges.jpg The culmination of weeks of outrage over the new Dublin government’s attempts to seize new powers and perks, while stripping benefits from newly unemployed citizens, saw this session of parliament culminate in an angry walk-out by several parties.

Published July 31, 2020

British state ‘getting away with murder’

patrickrooneyflat.jpg The RUC have “gotten away with the murder of a 9 year old child” after a decision was taken not to prosecute anyone in relation to the case, according to his family.

Published July 31, 2020

New British powers in border area opposed

psniborder.jpg A legal challenge is being mounted over a new quasi-militarised border zone being planned by the British government.

Published July 31, 2020

Unionist politicians disgrace themselves again

campbellyoghurt.jpg DUP MP Gregory Campbell has been widely condemned after he reprised an infamous incident in which he mocked the Irish language.

Published July 31, 2020

Desperate hunger strike by refugees forces action

skelligstar.jpg Asylum seekers at one of Ireland’s most notorious direct provision centres are to be relocated after ending a hunger strike in protest at the conditions of their disease-ridden accommodation in County Kerry.

Published July 31, 2020


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