Ap April 2015 top front

Taoiseach meets Ballymurphy families and hears their plea for the truth

28 March 2015

Enda Kenny hears from relatives of 11 Irish citizens shot dead by British paratroopers in the days after internment without trial was introduced in the North in August 1971 Free article

DUP and Sinn Féin clash over loyalist band's sectarian parade on Twelfth

11 August 2012

DUP figure echoes lame defence of anti-Catholic tune by band Free article

IRIS – The Republican Magazine, now available in Easons and local newsagents

11 August 2012

‘For 25 Years, I Drank Like A Fish.’ Dr Garrett O’Connor, addiction health professional and recipient of the Betty Ford Institute Lifetime Achievement Award, and Sinn Féin Senator David Cullinane (Oireachtas Health Committee) on our relationship with alcohol Free article

83-year-old behind ‘Israel land grab’ $25k adverts won’t back down

30 July 2012

Advertisements at New York train stations show maps of Israel's gradual expropriation of Palestinian lands over 64 years Free article

Derry to mark 40th anniversary of British Army’s ‘Operation Motorman’

30 July 2012

On 31 July, 12,000 British troops, using tanks, bulldozers and armoured cars, smashed through the barricades Free article

Olympics uproar as Scots and Welsh players don't sing 'God Save the Queen'

29 July 2012

Scots and Welsh Olympians ignore 'English anthem' Free article

Massive social welfare cut sneaked in by Labour Minister Joan Burton

27 July 2012

A cut of almost €150 per month to hit some social welfare recipients Free article

‘Dissidents' cannot achieve a united Ireland, says Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly

27 July 2012

Merger of micro groups shows ‘They have no strategy and their aims are as clear as mud’ Free article

Ireland's biggest community festival – Féile an Phobail (West Belfast) – August 2nd to 12th

27 July 2012

Mary Black, Alabama 3, Stephen Nolan, George Galloway, and Bad Manners with Buster Bloodvessel among the acts and events at the 24th Féile an Phobail Free article

Commonsense call after breastfeeding mother 'put out of cinema'

27 July 2012

Mother with six-month-old baby escorted from Newry Omniplex Free article

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