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Jon Boutcher confirmed as new PSNI Chief

boutcherpsni.jpg Jon Boutcher, who replaces Simon Byrne as head of the PSNI, has been urged to sever the force’s ties to unionist paramilitaries and end the harassment of nationalists.

Published November 9, 2023



Loyalists targeting the GAA

gaanotwelcome.jpg A loyalist campaign against Gaelic games in the north of Ireland has seen sectarian stickers placed around east Belfast.

Published November 9, 2023



Inquest findings quashed

thomasfriel1200.jpg A fresh hearing has been directed into the British Army killing of an innocent Derry man in May 1973 after the inconclusive findings of his original inquest were overturned.

Published November 9, 2023



Irish leaders urged to act for Gaza

gazabombedhania.jpg An Irish citizen in Gaza City has made an emotional plea for help from Irish politicians and world leaders as he and his Dublin-born family face death in the continuing Israeli annihilation of Gaza.

Published November 2, 2023



Rising Sun massacre recalled

greysteel30.jpg Events have been taking place to remember the eight people murdered in the 1993 Greysteel massacre on the 30th anniversary of their deaths.

Published November 2, 2023



Support for public inquiry into 1997 murder

seanbrown1200.jpg A public inquiry may be required to obtain the truth about the murder of Gaelic sports official Sean Brown after a coroner’s court heard the case may be in “Litvinenko territory”.

Published November 2, 2023



Progress for Irish language in Belfast

gaeltachtquarter.jpg Plans for bilingual street signs in west Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter are to go ahead following ratification of an agreement by a Belfast City Council committee.

Published November 2, 2023



Republicans notified about ‘state-sponsored attackers’

mi51200.jpg The targeting of Saoradh members by British agencies continued this week as two Tyrone Republicans received warning messages that they are being spied on.

Published November 2, 2023



Councillor’s excuse after sectarian post goes viral

newryfloodmckillop.jpg A unionist councillor has claimed her business’s social media account was hacked after a post by her pub celebrated devastating floods in the predominately nationalist town of Newry.

Published November 2, 2023



Collusion on show at ‘supergrass’ trial

maskedgangpsni.jpg Masked loyalist paramilitaries were allowed to sit in the public gallery of Belfast Crown Court with the connivance of the PSNI in a shocking act of public intimidation.

Published October 26, 2023



Global anger at genocide of Palestinians

celticpalestine.jpg The world has been rallying in support of a ceasefire in Palestine after the United Nations admitted there had been ‘clear violations of international humanitarian law’ by Israel in its carpet bombing of the Gaza Strip.

Published October 26, 2023



Minister looks to waive the rules on a border poll

bakerbipb.jpg A suggestion by a British Direct Rule Minister that a majority vote for Irish reunification in a border poll would not be enough to bring about unity has been strongly rejected across the political spectrum.

Published October 26, 2023



Catholic family attacked with pipe bomb

pipebombdoor.jpg A young mother whose home was targeted in a pipe bomb attack in Derry has said she was targeted because she is Catholic.

Published October 26, 2023



Border rules hampering health, social, emergency services

creeslough.jpg Some ambulances were unable to attend to Creeslough in County Donegal after last year’s gas explosion that killed ten people, because foreign-born paramedics on board did not have visas that allowed them to cross the border, it has emerged.

Published October 26, 2023



IRSP founder passes away

terryrobsonshots.jpg A volley of shots was fired over the coffin of veteran Derry republican socialist, Terry Robson, ahead of his funeral last Saturday.

Published October 26, 2023



Dáil stops short of condemnation of Israel

gazabombed23.jpg Ireland has been expressing its outrage at the war crimes of the Israeli authorities and the increasingly genocidal slaughter of innocent civilians in Gaza.

Published October 19, 2023



Protest as new ‘truth’ body starts up

sheridanpsni.jpg Doubts have been expressed at claims by a controversial former RUC police figure that he consulted “senior republicans” before applying to head up a new British “information recovery” team.

Published October 19, 2023



Confusion as Boutcher jumps horses

boutcher1200.jpg English police chief Jon Boutcher who has been investigating British state collusion for seven years has expressed “absolute support” for the police in the north of Ireland after being named the interim PSNI chief here.

Published October 19, 2023



Euro 2028 faces border visa mayhem

euro2028.jpg Soccer fans flying into Dublin for a major international tournament may be unable to cross the border to watch matches in Belfast due to a new travel permit requirement that the British government has threatened to impose on the island of Ireland.

Published October 19, 2023



Housing activists brutally arrested

pimlico.jpg A building in Dublin that has been empty for more than two years which was occupied by homeless housing activists was subjected to a violent and illegal Garda eviction on Monday.

Published October 19, 2023

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