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Death of Ian Paisley Snr – 'Once political opponents, I have lost a friend,' says Martin McGuinness

12 September 2014

Former First Minister and Peter Robinson’s predecessor as leader of Democratic Unionist Party passes away at age of 88 Free article

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS | AN PHOBLACHT SPEAKS TO MARTIN McGUINNESS, JOINT FIRST MINISTER

14 April 2011

‘We are making huge strides forward’

AHEAD of May’s Assembly elections - and just before the murder of PSNI Constable Ronan Kerr, AN PHOBLACHT spoke to Sinn Féin deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness about the Assembly and the all-Ireland institutions past, present and future. A fuller version is posted on the An Phoblacht website.

Ian Paisley Snr has just bowed out of politics... Free article

SINN FÉIN ASSEMBLY ELECTION CAMPAIGN | LEADERSHIP ACROSS IRELAND

14 April 2011

‘You were a friend of Bobby Sands?’

BY PEADAR WHELAN

“YOU were a friend of Bobby Sands?” the photographer asked of Jennifer McCann MLA as she stood in a huddle with her Sinn Féin comrades in the field beside Scoil na Fuiseoige in Twinbrook on the outskirts of west Belfast.
“Yes, I was,” said Jennifer matter-of-factly but with that tone of voice republicans reserve when they... Free article

Targeting the Peace Process

14 April 2011

LET THERE BE no mistake - Ronan Kerr was not the only target of the attack that tragically took the life of this young PSNI member in Omagh, County Tyrone, on April 2nd.
The target of the bombers was also the Peace Process and the republican strategy of Sinn Féin.
They will not succeed.
A wave of public anger throughout civic society, not just in Omagh but across Ireland, has... Free article

In the referendum – say YES to AV

14 April 2011

VOTERS in the Six Counties are well aware that there’s elections on (for the Assembly and local government) but what about the referendum?
It has barely got a mention in the news and that might continue to be the case. It will certainly be some time, and you might have to travel some distance, before you come across mention of it on a lamp-post. It doesn’t have a face and it... Free article

Remembering the Past

14 April 2011

Unwelcome visitors – British monarchs in Ireland

“We confess to having more respect and honour for the raggedest child of the poorest labourer in Ireland today than for any, even the most virtuous descendant of the long array of murderers, adulterers and madmen who have sat upon the throne of England”   – James Connolly, 1897

WITH the Queen of England due in May to make the... Free article

Tábhacht an tSeanaid – Tábhacht bhur dTacaíocht

14 April 2011


LE TREVOR
Ó CLOCHARTAIGH

TÁ TOGHCHÁN an tSeanaid faoi lán seoil agus muidne mar iarrthóirí agus baill uile an pháirtí ag stocaireacht ar bhealaí éagsúla. Teastóidh gach tacaíocht gur féidir linn a fháil leis na suíocháin ar fad a bhfuil muid san iomaíocht dóibh a bhuachan. Tá sé de phribhléid agamsa a bheith ainmnithe mar iarrthóir ag Sinn Féin ar an bpainéal talmhaíochta in... Free article

GARDAÍ JOKE ABOUT RAPING WOMEN PROTESTERS | INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE FROM CAMERA IN POLICE CAR

14 April 2011

Shell to Sea campaigners expose frightening culture of male gardaí

SINN FÉIN Justice & Equality spokesperson Jonathan O’Brien has produced to the media a memory stick of a video of gardaí heard ‘joking’ about raping two women protesters arrested at the controversial Corrib gas project in County Mayo.
The video was released by the Shell to Sea campaign group after the video camera... Free article

LEINSTER HOUSE | SINN FÉIN TDs PUT PRESSURE ON GOVERNMENT ON ALL FRONTS

14 April 2011

Challenging the punishment of taxpayers for sins of banks and bond-holders

AS Sinn Féin in the Six Counties gears up to complement the party’s success in the Dáil elections in the 26 Counties, Sinn Féin TDs in Leinster House have wasted little time in putting pressure on the new Government on all fronts - on the economic crisis, jobs and international affairs.
Sinn Féin has been... Free article

1981 HUNGER STRIKE 30th ANNIVERSARY | A WATERSHED IN THE REPUBLICAN STRUGGLE

14 April 2011

April 1981 – The election of Bobby Sands MP

ON APRIL 10th 1981, Bobby Sands, Officer Commanding the IRA prisoners in Long Kesh and the very first of the H-Block Hunger Strikers fighting for the restoration of political status for all POWs, was elected Member of Parliament for Fermanagh/South Tyrone.
Bobby contested the election as an ‘Anti-H-Block/Armagh Political Prisoner’... Free article

UNIVERSAL SOCIAL CHARGE | SINN FÉIN TDs LASH LABOUR BACKING FOR UNFAIR TAX

14 April 2011

Sinn Féin postcard campaign to scrap Universal Social Charge

BY BRENDAN KERR

AN UNFAIR and unjust flat tax is how Gerry Adams TD described the Universal Social Charge as Sinn Féin launched a postcard campaign against the charge to complement the party’s fightback in the Dáil and in communities.
Having majored on the issue in the recent general election Sinn Féin is now embarking... 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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