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Long Kesh could be a ‘must see’ attraction

Belfast’s Crumlin Road Prison is not only an impressive, indeed, imposing, example of Victorian prison architecture it is also a museum, an artefact, in its own right.

Published April 24, 2009

Adams address to Easter commemoration

easter09sf.jpg The full text of the address by Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams to his party’s Easter Rising commemoration in west Belfast.

Published April 17, 2009

Murdered priests remembered

mass.jpg Two Catholic priests shot dead by the British Army during the conflict were remembered this week at St Peter’s Cathedral in Belfast.

Published April 10, 2009

SF owes debt of gratitude to Marie Moore

mariemoore.jpg To me, Marie Moore, who passed away a few weeks ago, belonged to a heroic generation.

Published April 3, 2009

A debt of gratitude owed to women activists

irishwoman.jpg More work needs to be done to ensure that women are at the centre of decision making, especially in government and parliament

Published March 27, 2009

Eirigi condemns ‘trial by media’

eirigi.jpg eirigi chairperson Brian Leeson issued the following statement on Monday, clarifying that no member of the group has been arrested in connection with last week’s attacks.

Published March 19, 2009

The only way to go is forward

flowers.jpg The political institutions, the peace process and Sinn Fein are as much a target of the perpetrators of Saturday night's attack as those they killed or injured.

Published March 13, 2009

Time for a Rising

ictumarch.jpg We need a Rising! That thought came into my head as I listened to RTE radio’s report of last Saturday’s mass trade union rally in Dublin.

Published February 27, 2009

A Valentine’s Day tragedy

ontherun.jpg Four Derry men remember with pain and dread a Valentines Day thirty years ago when their lives and the lives of their families were turned upside down.

Published February 20, 2009

The Burnings 1920

burningsbook.jpg Pearse Lawlor has penned the first published account of the events of July to September 1920 in which more than 1,000 Catholic families lost their homes in county Down.

Published February 13, 2009

Internment 1971 - 2009: A case of injustice

internmentold.jpg The following address was given by Tony Catney of the Republican Network for Unity at Derry’s Gasyard Centre as part of this year’s annual Bloody Sunday commemoration.

Published February 6, 2009

A defining point in Irish history

firstdailadams.jpg The keynote address by Sinn Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams at the Mansion House in Dublin to his party’s 90th anniversary commemoration of the First Dail.

Published January 30, 2009

Long Kesh - Scenes from the inside

blanketman.jpg Can an incident-packed and prolonged time span be adequately explored in the form of a play?

Published January 30, 2009

Address to First Dail Eireann commemoration

firstdailcrop.jpg Caoimhghin O Caolain TD told the official commemoration this week that the work of the First Dail remains unfinished. We publish the full text of his address.

Published January 23, 2009

Setting the ‘free Derry’ record straight

freederry.jpg The famous ‘Free Derry’ wall was painted forty years ago this month. Eamon McCann corrects the record of the day when the inspiring international landmark was born.

Published January 16, 2009

The Burntollet attack

burntollet.jpg The People’s Democracy march, forty years ago this week, is seen by historians as marking a significant turning point in the recent conflict.

Published January 9, 2009

New Year messages

2009.jpg The full text of the New Year statements issued by Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams and republican organisations in Ireland.

Published January 2, 2009

Time to write a new chapter in Pol Brennan’s life

polbrennan2.jpg Let Christmas 2008 be the last Pol Brennan ever spends behind bars.

Published December 19, 2008

The Sinn Féin election

1918const.jpg A look at the electoral facts surrounding Sinn Féin’s historic victory at the 1918 General Election, ninety years ago this week.

Published December 12, 2008

De Menezes murder - the cover-up

demenezes.jpg A cousin recalls the murder of Jean Charles de Menezes and how the British system has struggled to admit London’s own shoot-to-kill policy.

Published December 5, 2008


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