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DevoMax transfer of powers to North will boost all-island economy

30 September 2014

Politicians, business people, workers, and families who live here should make the decisions about our future – not Tory millionaires, argues Declan Kearney Free article

UDA political wing says it makes no apology for UDA targeting and killing civilians

30 September 2014

UDA 'political advisers' defend sectarian murders of civilians in north Antrim and Derry Free article

Gardaí deployed in force so Irish Water can face down meter protests by residents

30 September 2014

Sinn Féin councillor hits out at waste of resources on Irish Water as communities face rising burglaries and other crimes Free article

Jailed Basque leader Arnaldo Otegi’s daughter and son meet Sinn Féin in Belfast

30 September 2014

THE DAUGHTER AND SON of jailed Basque leader Arnaldo Otegi have met with senior Sinn Féin representatives on a visit to Belfast. Free article

Hundreds in Belfast ‘Run to Rebuild Gaza’

30 September 2014

SUNDAY 28 SEPTEMBER saw hundreds of people from across Belfast gather at the Dairy Farm Shopping Centre at Twinbrook on the outskirts of the city for a sponsored walk and run to raise funds for the relief of the beleaguered Palestinian people of Gaza and the rebuilding of their communities. Free article

Palestinian leader sees solidarity in Belfast

30 September 2014

DR FADY ABUSIDU, representative from the International Relation Commission of Fatah, addressed Sinn Féin councillors and activists as well as members of the Mairead Farrell Republican Youth Committee, members of the Belfast Friends of Palestine group and community activists in the Sinn Féin party rooms in Belfast City Hall on Friday 26 September. Free article

DevoMax transfer of powers to North will boost all-island economy

30 September 2014

Politicians, business people, workers, and families who live here should make the decisions about our future – not Tory millionaires, argues Declan Kearney Free article

Majority in North survey want Border poll on Irish unity

29 September 2014

All to play for as more than 40% back unity in Belfast newspaper poll Free article

Dublin City Council – Establishment parties' war chests couldn't buy voters

29 September 2014

Party spending figures published by Dublin City Council show Establishment parties spent big but the work on the ground by Sinn Féin and smaller parties paid dividends Free article

Catherine Seeley – courage, commitment and vision

29 September 2014

Young woman teacher standing in Seanad by-election offers a genuine choice Free article

'The Tricolour Riots' – Remembering the Past

28 September 2014

“On the night of the 28th, when it became known that the RUC were coming to seize the flag, more than 2,000 republican supporters blocked the roadway. Scores of RUC were rushed to the scene in armoured cars.” Free article

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