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Westminster 2010 constituency profiles

gildernewgokart.jpg A guide to this week’s political showdown in the North and what to watch for when the newsflashes come rolling in.

Published May 4, 2010



A message from Gerry Adams

gerryadamsflat.jpg The foreward by Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams to the party’s manifesto for next week’s Westminster election.

Published April 29, 2010



Unionists face new scenario in hung parliament

houseofcommons.jpg Regardless of who won in the debate between the British party leaders last Thursday, the outcome points to one clear conclusion: there will be a hung parliament in Britain.

Published April 26, 2010



Vote for a better future

sflogo.jpg Sinn Fein are asking the electorate to endorse our role in leading the way in significant political developments since the last Westminster election.

Published April 22, 2010



1,700 take on the British Empire

padraigpearse.jpg The story of Padraig Pearse and the rebellion of Easter 1916, 94 years ago this week.

Published April 19, 2010



Sinn Fein launches election campaign

sfelection.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams this morning launched the party’s election campaign for the Westminster election on May 6th.

Published April 15, 2010



Living record of proud republican resistance

hogansflyingcolumn.jpg The Felons’ Club on Belfast’s Falls Road in an exhibition of republican memorabilia organised by the National Graves Association.

Published April 12, 2010



Easter statements

adamseaster.jpg A number of statements were issued by the main republican organisations at the weekend.

Published April 8, 2010



Prosecutions of Shell to Sea campaigners collapse

shelltosea.jpg 25 out of 27 people prosecuted for resisting Shell’s experimental gas pipeline have cases withdrawn or dismissed.

Published April 2, 2010



Action alert - Gerry McGeough

gerrymcgeoughbw.jpg An action alert was issued by supporters of leading republican Gerry McGeough following a bizarre intervention in his trial by far-right Swedish operatives.

Published March 29, 2010



The Black and Tans

blackandtans.jpg On the 90th anniversary of the arrival in Ireland of one of England’s most notorious of militias, we present a brief history of the infamous Black and Tans.

Published March 25, 2010



Omagh - The search for the truth

gchq.jpg A reporter responds to the call by the ‘Northern Ireland Affairs Committee’ at the London parliament for a further investigation into the Omagh bomb.

Published March 22, 2010



The Irish Republican Brotherhood

irb.jpg On March 17, 1858, 152 years ago this week, James Stephens founded the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) in Dublin at the same time as John O’Mahoney was founding the American branch of the revolutionary group.

Published March 15, 2010



Women freedom fighters

armaghprison.jpg To mark international women’s day, we carry the following article on the women hunger strikers of Armagh prison, by DM Daugherty.

Published March 8, 2010



Sam Marshall - A set up

sammarshall.jpg Twenty years ago, Sam Marshall was walking home with two other men when they were confronted by masked gunmen who opened up with automatic fire.

Published March 4, 2010



Irish peace process has lessons for Basques

basquecountrymap.jpg The impact of the peace process in Ireland is clearly evident in the language used in peace efforts in the Basque Country.

Published March 1, 2010



Roger Casement

rogercasement.jpg Roger Casement had returned to Ireland in 1916 to share his comrades’ fate. In 1965, 49 years later and 45 years ago this week, he was finally able to rejoin them one last time.

Published February 25, 2010



Save Newgrange

newgrange.jpg The unique prehistoric site of Newgrange in County Meath, Ireland is threatened by a planned bypass of Slane village; to preserve the site, the village should be closed to lorries, or the bypass should take a western route.

Published February 22, 2010



Irish unity conference in London

unityconference.jpg A conference on the prospects for Irish unity organised by Sinn Fein in London on Saturday heard that unification “within a meaningful time-scale” is both “realistic and feasible”.

Published February 22, 2010



Ryan’s madness and folly in Corrib row

eamonryan.jpg The Corrib saga has become so bitter and divisive, it can be hard to see the obvious.

Published February 18, 2010

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