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Courage of Belfast Brigade ‘D’ Company Volunteers recalled

18 October 2017

‘One of the most effective IRA units’ to have engaged the might of the British Army during the conflict Free article

Senators ‘look like dossers’ sitting only two days a week, says Sinn Féin senator

5 February 2014

‘I know of no other job where people can show up for work for two days and still receive their full pay,’ says Senator David Cullinane Free article

Video: Justice Minister Shatter uses "insults and bluster" to avoid questions on charity sector

4 February 2014

Justice Minister uses recent conflict in the North to avoid explaining his Department's failure on regulation of charity sector Free article

Australia – Emigrant workers' rights booklet launched by Sinn Féin and unions

4 February 2014

Trade union youth wings and Sinn Féin launch 'Know Your Rights at Work Down Under' to make sure Irish workers on temporary visas in Australia know their rights Free article

Margaretta D'Arcy – Women TDs tie yellow ribbons at Dáil for jailed Shannon anti-war activist

4 February 2014

Dublin City Council passes motion calling for campaigner's immediate release – Pressure mounts for release of imprisoned anti-war activist Free article

Jamie Bryson says Sinn Féin teacher hounded out by Protestant Coalition should be left to get on with her job

4 February 2014

Union flag campaigner tweets about campaign led by Willie Frazer Free article

Protestant students back Sinn Féin teacher forced out by sectarianism – DUP leader stays silent

3 February 2014

DUP and UUP leaders voiceless on intimidation of Catherine Seeley Free article

Matt Baggott retires – New PSNI Chief Constable must be a champion for change

30 January 2014

‘The fact is that the historic experience of ‘policing’ for many in this state was bad, and today still falls short of what policing in a post-conflict society should look like,’ writes Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney Free article

Taoiseach backs Ballymurphy Massacre families' call for independent inquiry

30 January 2014

Video — Families of those killed in the Ballymurphy Massacre call on the Irish Government to support their campaign for an independent public inquiry into the killing of 11 Irish civilians by the British Army in west Belfast in 1971 Free article

Parachute Regiment flags fly in Derry on Bloody Sunday anniversary

29 January 2014

Unionist leaders urged to help remove provocations – British Prime Minister David Cameron told MPs he was ‘deeply sorry’ for the events on Bloody Sunday Free article

Pete Seeger – singer, songwriter, political activist, champion of the oppressed

29 January 2014

"In November 2009 I visited Pete and Toshi at their home in Beacon, in the Hudson River Valley in Upper New York State" Free article

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First Prize Céad Duais

2017 Sinn Féin 

National Draw |  Crannchur Náisiúnta

Total Prize fund of over | Duais-chiste thar: €30,

First Prize | Céad Duais:  €15,000

Draw will take place on Saturday 28 October 2017  

Crannchur ar an Satharn 28 Deireadh Fómhair 2017

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