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British military and security services directly blocking progress on legacy

11 February 2016

Theresa Villiers’s University of Ulster speech has deepened, not lessened, the impasse which is stopping progress on dealing with the past Free article

Video: Stopping the fluoridation of public water – new Dáil move

9 May 2013

The 26-County state is one of only four EU states that continues the practice – water is not fluoridated in the North of Ireland, Scotland, most of England or Wales Free article

Bobby Sands remembered – Sunday 5 May

9 May 2013

THE 32nd anniversary of the death of Bobby Sands was marked in Belfast on Sunday 5 May as dozens of republicans held while-line pickets in his honour. Among those who gathered in Andersonstown near Sinn Féin’s West Belfast office were former Hunger Striker Jackie McMullan and many other republican former prisoners, members of Kieran Doherty’s family, and Paul Maskey, MP for West Belfast. Free article

Headline-grabbing Fine Gael TD’s PA makes international news

9 May 2013

Anti-republican zealot caught on CCTV shovelling up bundles of a local free paper criticising his boss, Derek Keating TD Free article

Alex Ferguson says being a trade union activist kicked off his success

8 May 2013

Manchester United mastermind says his Glasgow working-class background in a socialist family helped him to be a champion Free article

Gerry Adams to meet slain prison officer’s family

8 May 2013

Family say they are ‘looking for answers and closure and in no way are we seeking any form of revenge’ Free article

UKIP councillor hoped somebody 'slits Gerry Adams's throat'

7 May 2013

UKIP councillor admits saying he hoped somebody would murder Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams Free article

First Annual James Connolly Summer School promises lively debate

6 May 2013

The only summer school named in honour of Connolly commences this year, the centenary of the Great Lockout Free article

Plaque unveiled in Dublin in memory of International Brigades volunteers

4 May 2013

Plaque unveiled to six Irish International Brigades volunteers who fought against fascist dictator General Franco Free article

United Ireland People's Referendum launched in Crossmaglen

3 May 2013

The first of a series of 'People's Referendums' was launched in Crossmaglen. Residents of south Armagh and north Louth will get the chance to vote on Irish reunification on 25 May Free article

Care homes closures: Health Minister Poots should suspend move, say Sinn Féin MLAs

2 May 2013

Controversial plan approved by Health Minister could close half of the North’s care homes for the elderly Free article

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2015 Calendar 36 dpi

» Packed with facts about 1916

» Proclamation of Irish Republic (in Irish and English)

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» Biographies of leading men and women of the Rising

Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

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