AP March 2017 front 200

‘Yesterday, Ireland lost a hero’ – Gerry Adams

22 March 2017

Widespread political and economic discrimination and the Orange State’s violent suppression of the civil rights campaign, the Battle of the Bogside and the emerging conflict propelled Martin into a life less ordinary Free article

Ballymurphy Massacre families want Hillsborough-style Independent Panel to examine evidence

14 August 2013

Relatives of the 11 Ballymurphy victims – including a local priest and a mother of 8 – seek an Independent Panel to examine all of the documents relating to the context, circumstances and aftermath of the deaths of their loved ones at the hands of the British Army’s Parachute Regiment at time of internment Free article

Corrib ‘booze for gardaí’ claims: TD calls for statements by ministers and outside inquiry

13 August 2013

Allegations require statements by the Ministers for Justice and Natural Resources as well as an independent probe Free article

1913-2013 – Dún Laoghaire 1913 Lockout Commemoration Weekend

13 August 2013

Weekend of Lockout 1913 events lined up for 22 to 25 August. Free article

Wreaths laid for Newry Volunteers – Óglaigh Brendan Watters and Colm Murtagh

12 August 2013

Courageous republicans remembered by Sinn Féin Free article

'Blackfish' – Movie Review

12 August 2013

Hard-hitting documentary looks into the recent tragic death of orca whale trainer Dawn Brancheau at SeaWorld Orlando and the morality of keeping these creatures in captivity Free article

Crisis over Secretary of State's bid to block information on conflict killings by British forces

12 August 2013

Powers of ministers threatened by late-night injunction by British Secretary of State and PSNI Chief Constable preventing information in conflict-related killings being shared Free article

Dublin Central TDs call on Minister Phil Hogan to meet community workers’ union

12 August 2013

Dublin Central TDs Mary Lou McDonald of Sinn Féin and Maureen O’Sullivan (Independent) sign SIPTU petition calling on Minister Phil Hogan to respect community sector workers and meet their union Free article

Portlaoise Prison Officer Brian Stack – statement from Gerry Adams TD

9 August 2013

A former IRA leader’s meeting with Gerry Adams and the family of prison officer revealed that republicans were responsible for shooting in 1983 Free article

Castlederg – Protest by nationalists cancelled to help ease tensions

9 August 2013

Castlederg on Saturday sees 19th loyal order parade in Tyrone town this year – Sunday’s 'Tyrone Volunteers Day' will be the first republican one Free article

From the H-Blocks of Long Kesh to Monaghan – The Spirit of Freedom is burning bright

8 August 2013

Ex-prisoner and An Phoblacht photo-journalist Peadar Whelan looks back at the National Hunger Strike Commemoration in Monaghan last weekend Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

for reconciliation 

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Contributions from key figures in the churches, academia and wider civic society as well as senior republican figures

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