AP Sept 2016 front 200

How do you like them Apples, Fine Gael?

31 August 2016

Protesters cover Fine Gael head office with apples as row over €13billion in taxes owed by software giant Apple continues Free article

Government must address exodus of healthcare graduates

31 August 2016

Sinn Féin Health Spokesperson Louise O"Reilly TD writes that the tide of doctors and nurses emigrating following graduation must be addressed, and that means a real reform of a health system in crisis Free article

Back from Palestine – Long Kesh Hunger Striker Pat Sheehan MLA writes

31 August 2016

‘The Palestinian Prime Minister thanked Sinn Féin for our long history of solidarity with the Palestinian people and he encouraged us to share our experience of the Irish Peace Process with all sides in the Palestinian/Israeli conflict’ Free article

IRA Volunteer Diarmuid O'Neill to be remembered on 20th anniversary

31 August 2016

20 years ago, unarmed IRA Volunteer Diarmuid O'Neill was shot dead by London Police in his flat in Hammersmith Free article

Apple tax scandal – Government to fight against collecting €13billion taxes owed

30 August 2016

Ireland's tax arrangements with Apple ruled illegal by European Commission Free article

Belfast Republican Plot re-dedicated following loyalist attack

30 August 2016

The Republican Plot in Milltown Cemetery which was attacked by loyalists in May was re-dedicated Free article

Controversial TTIP trade deal is 'politically dead'

29 August 2016

Sinn Féin welcomes comments by German Vice-Chancellor on controversial free trade deal between USA and the EU Free article

Ceasefire in Colombia comes into effect – ending 52-year-long war

29 August 2016

Hopes high in Colombia as new peace agreement paves way for end of armed conflict and address root causes Free article

Celtic (and other) fans play their part for Palestine

28 August 2016

In less than 48 hours, over £100,000 was raised – including donations from fans who clearly stated they support arch-rivals Rangers Free article

Long walk on Belfast’s Black Mountain

27 August 2016

Prison comrades plant trees in tribute to Hunger Strike heroes Free article

Civil Service chief’s ‘ghetto mentality’ view of west Belfast exposes state prejudice in 1980s

26 August 2016

Comments show inner thinking and attitude of NIO and British Government Free article

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