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Gerry Adams’s statement to Dáil on killing of Chief Prison Officer Brian Stack

7 December 2016

‘The shooting of Brian Stack was wrong. It was a grievous loss for his family and should never have happened’ Free article

Video: SF Assembly Education Minister John O'Dowd on protecting special needs education

11 July 2013

Education Minister John O'Dowd at the 4th Sinn Féin Summer School in Baile Mhuirne, Co Corcaigh Free article

Medical card restored to 102-year-old blind man after Gerry Adams raises case in Dáil

9 July 2013

Cruel cut to medical card of blind and deaf man reversed after issue raised in parliament by Sinn Féin leader Free article

Volunteer Patrick Cannon remembered

8 July 2013

Memorial talk to remember young Dublin Volunteer who died on active service on the Tyrone border in 1976 Free article

Video – 'Jail the Bankers' protest at Central Bank in Dublin

6 July 2013

Protesters demand bankers involved in corrupt practices be arrested and charged Free article

Picked out by Ulster Unionist MP to Margaret Thatcher – shot dead by SAS soon after

5 July 2013

Shock TV admission by former Ulster Unionist Security spokesperson and Ulster Defence Regiment major Ken Maginnis raises the question of how many more 'suspects' were killed by the British state this way. Free article

Why did Anglo Public Interest Director Alan Dukes ‘sing dumb’?

4 July 2013

Mary Lou McDonald wants to know what the former Fine Gael leader as Public Interest Director was doing Free article

Youngest Oireachtas member's urgent call for Irish Government 'Youth Guarantee'

4 July 2013

Sinn Féin Senator Kathryn Reilly launches EU report urging Youth Guarantee scheme particularly focusing on long-term youth unemployed Free article

Taxes – Dáil Finance Committee rejects Pearse Doherty's move to quiz multinationals

3 July 2013

Sinn Féin bid to make multinationals answerable to Sub-Committee on Global Taxation voted down Free article

Féile an Phobail – 'West Belfast’s Glastonbury'

3 July 2013

Ireland’s biggest community festival celebrates its 25th birthday with The Coronas, Happy Mondays, Damien Dempsey, The Charlatans, Cara Dillon, LAPD (Liam O’Flynn, Andy Irvine, Paddy Glackin and Donal Lunny), Sharon Shannon, Patrick Kielty, ‘West Belfast Talks Back’ and much more Free article

Video: 102-year-old deaf and blind man denied medical card

3 July 2013

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams highlights a case where a 102-year-old deaf and blind man from Waterford has been denied a medical card Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

for reconciliation 

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