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Return of Dáil – Sinn Féin says Government "stumbling from one crisis to another"

17 September 2014

Sinn Féin outlines key priorities for the upcoming Dáil term; hits out at Government failures Free article

Tweeting a whole lot of twubble

16 June 2011

HARDLY a day goes by now without a well-known sportsperson being caught tweeting in compromising circumstances. The latest casualty of the nimble fingers was young MJ Tierney of Laois who tweeted his disappointment at not only not starting against the Dubs but not even being sprung as a substitute.
Fair enough. Twitter is public space (and thank Christ I never registered is all... Free article

Hunger Strike Exhibition in Dublin today/Thursday at Pearse Centre

6 June 2011

THE HUNGER STRIKE EXHIBITION will be on view in the Pearse Centre at 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2, next Thursday, June 9th, from 11am to 7pm.

Contains original artefacts from 1981 Hunger Strike and prisoners' effects.

Media Republic: Murdoch media fights actress Cate Blanchett’s green ads

3 June 2011

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE between Cate Blanchett and Nicole Kidman? Both are relatively successful Australian actresses. What could it be?

Well, Nicole is allowed to make advertisements to convince you to buy stuff. She has fronted campaigns internationally on TV, newspapers, magazines and cinema for Chanel, Nintendo, Schweppes and Omega watches.

At times the coverage of her... Free article

London conference for 30th anniversary of 1981 H-Blocks Hunger Strike

1 June 2011

Registration/further info for the 18th June London conference to mark the 30th Anniversary of the Hunger Strike is at:


31 May 2011

DONEGAL COUNTY COUNCIL has passed a motion with cross-party support calling for an independent public inquiry into the murder of Donegal Councillor Eddie Fullerton.

Eddie Fullerton (56) was shot dead in his Buncrana home in front of his wife, Diana, on Saturday 25th May 1991 in an attack claimed by the Ulster Defence Association but which is suspected of being orchestrated... Free article


31 May 2011


SO, with not even 100 days of the Fine Gael/Labour Coalition in power, one thing is clear: the new government has no communications strategy.

Fine Gael ministers are falling over themselves to offer contradictory comment on the intricacies of government policy while their Labour counterparts are suspiciously... Free article

Whistleblower phoneline launched by Transparency International

26 May 2011

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Sinn Féin leaders meet President Obama during Ireland visit

24 May 2011

SINN FÉIN President Gerry Adams TD and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness MP met US President Barack Obama when he visited Dublin.

The Irish republican leaders spoke to the President about the current situation in the Middle East and Gerry Adams raised the case of the undocumented Irish in the USA.

Speaking after the visit and the successful College Green event,... Free article

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The Irish Volunteer — tOglách na hÉireann was first published on 7 February 1914 and every week until 22 April 1916, just days before the Easter Rising.

Acting as the official newspaper of the Irish Volunteers it outlined the political views of the leadership and reported on the and important events, such as the Howth Gun Running of 1914.

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