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Welfare cuts a blow to Protestant and Catholic families, says Gerry Adams

2 September 2014

In an article in Tuesday’s ‘Irish News’, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD outlines Sinn Féin’s opposition to welfare cuts and says they should be opposed by a united Executive Free article

THE ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS | THE PEOPLE’S ISSUES

14 April 2011

Delivering effective representation

AN PHOBLACHT asked some of Sinn Féin’s Assembly election candidates what are the issues coming up in the campaign.

Martina Anderson,

Derry City
THE FOYLE, for far too long, has been represented by a brand of nationalism that is content to accept crumbs off the table and happy to sit at the back of the bus. Those days are over.
The big issue... Free article

PSNI CONSTABLE RONAN KERR | PUBLIC ANGER FOLLOWS OFFICER’S MURDER

14 April 2011

Gerry Adams lays down challenge to killers – ‘I’ll meet you any time’

GERRY ADAMS has told the killers of PSNI Constable Ronan Kerr, in a bid to get them to halt their attacks: “I will meet you anywhere, at any time, to listen to what you have to say.”
Ronan Kerr, a Catholic and an active GAA player who recently graduated as a police officer, was killed by a booby-trap bomb... Free article

Uachtarán nua ag Conradh na Gaeilge

14 April 2011

CÉ NACH raibh sé ar an slua is mó riamh a bhí ann, bhí breis agus 120 duine i láthair do chuid is mó de na díospóireachtaí a bhí ar siúl thar dheireadh na seachtaine seo caite ag Ard Fheis bhliantúil Chonradh na Gaeilge.
Is go Nás na Rí a chuaigh na Conraitheoirí i mbliana ar chuireadh na craoibhe áitiúil agus an grúpa Glór na Ríogh.
Ba léir go bhfuil fás agus borradh spéis i... Free article

35-YEAR COVER-UP OF KILLING OF 12-YEAR-OLD ENDS | DEFENCE MINISTER’S APOLOGY TO FAMILY

14 April 2011

British Government apologises for Para killing schoolgirl Majella O’Hare

BY LAURA FRIEL

MAJELLA O’HARE was 12 years old in July 1976 when she was shot dead by a British paratrooper close to her home in Ballymoyer, County Armagh.
Majella was on her way to church and walking with some friends when she passed a British Army patrol. A few moments later a British paratrooper opened... Free article

Hunger Strike | 30th anniversary events

14 April 2011

Tyrone hikers salute the courage of the Hunger Strikers

ONE HUNDRED hikers braved the elements on Saturday 19th March to climb the Sperrin Mountains in a ‘Walk of Freedom’ to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the 1981 Hunger Strike.
The hike was organised by West Tyrone Sinn Féin in conjunction with the National Hunger Strike Commemoration Committee and was timed to coincide... Free article

UNITING IRELAND CAMPAIGN | USA AND CANADA RAISE MOTIONS

14 April 2011

City of Portland, Oregon, joins chorus for ‘Uniting Ireland’

THE City of Portland, Oregon, celebrated St Patrick’s Day by issuing a proclamation calling for the Irish and British governments to hold a referendum on reunification of the entire Island of Ireland, pursuant to the Good Friday Agreement.
Declaring that “it is for the people of Ireland alone, without external... Free article

BALLYMURPHY MASSACRE | UNITED STATES CONGRESSIONAL HEARING IN WASHINGTON

14 April 2011

Taoiseach agrees to meet families of victims

TAOISEACH Enda Kenny has agreed to meet with the Ballymurphy Massacre families after Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams TD raised the issue in the Dáil during Taoiseach’s Questions.
Gerry Adams pointed out that, in March, the relatives of the 11 civilians shot dead by the British Army’s Parachute Regiment in August 1971 in the Ballymurphy... Free article

LOUGHINISLAND MASSACRE 1994 | SIX MEN MURDERED WATCHING IRELAND WORLD CUP MATCH

14 April 2011

Collusion and cover-up?

BY LAURA FRIEL

BY LAURA FRIEL

VITAL EVIDENCE was suppressed during the RUC investigation into the Loughlinisland massacre, according to new information from an eyewitness.
The revelation came as the publication of a report by the Police Ombudsman into the sectarian killings, already postponed for two years, was delayed once again.
Six Catholic men were... Free article

ON THE LEFT-WING IN GERMANY | DEFINITELY MORE THAN A GAME

14 April 2011

The ‘kult’ that is St Pauli

HOW does a soccer team that has never won a trophy in its 100 years of existence, only ever played in the German Premier League (the Bundesliga) on five occasions become a cult team with over 11 million Germans claiming to be fans of the club and over 200 supporters’ clubs spread across the world - including Ireland?
It was in the mid-1980s that FC St... Free article

Crisis & EU Governance: The Left Response

14 April 2011

THE former Finance Ministers of Germany and Greece were among the speakers during a day of debate on March 30th organised in Brussels by the GUE/NGL group in the European Parliament on the Left response to the economic crisis.
The conference ‘Crisis & EU Governance: The Left Response’ heard from German former Finance Minister Oscar Lafontaine and his Greek former counterpart,... 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.

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