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35 years ago - Gerry Adams elected president of Sinn Féin

13 November 2018

THE Ard Fheis of 1983 marked a significant stage in the political development of Sinn Féin. The historic gathering came in the wake of the campaign in support of the H-Block and Armagh prisoners, the epic Hunger Strikes, the intervention of prisoner candidates, North and South, in 1981 and Sinn Féin’s electoral rise in the Six Counties in 1982 and 1983. Free article

Police Ombudsman takes police to court over obstructing murder cases

4 June 2014

North’s Police Ombudsman has launched legal proceedings against the PSNI over obstructing investigations into allegations against the police in 60 murders with more than 100 refusals for information Free article

Racist attacks: First Minister Peter Robinson ‘lit the fire’

4 June 2014

First Minister Peter Robinson’s long-overdue apology comes too late after duo forced out of their home by unionist gang Free article

Anti-racist mural hits back in racism row

3 June 2014

MURALISTS Danny Devenny and Marty Lyons meet with some tourists from China and visitors from Wexford who stop to admire their latest contribution to political debate in the North. Free article

Mayor Máirtín Ó Muilleoir’s ‘Duracell term’ ends

3 June 2014

GERRY ADAMS has commended the tremendous work carried by outgoing mayor of Belfast and Sinn Féin Councillor Máirtín Ó Muilleoir as Monday 2 June saw the South Belfast councillor's last day as Mayor in a tenure almost universally praised across the political, social and commercial spectrum as one of energy, commitment, imagination and openness. Free article

4,000 rally at Belfast City Hall to challenge racists

3 June 2014

THOUSANDS of people angry at First Minister Peter Robinson’s support for fundamentalist Christian preacher James McConnell’s anti-Muslim diatribe gathered at Belfast City Hall on Saturday 31 May to ‘Say No to Racism’. Free article

Flashmob goes #ShoppingForPeter

3 June 2014

FIRST MINISTER Peter Robinson’s condescending remarks that he would ‘trust Muslims to go the shops’ was answered by hundreds of people joining a ‘flashmob’ from Tesco’s to the Castlecourt Shopping Centre on Belfast’s Royal Avenue on the Saturday afternoon of the City Hall anti-racism rally. Free article

Video – Dublin pub bomb hero Martin 'Doco' Doherty remembered 20 years on

1 June 2014

Hundreds of people take part in a commemoration to remember IRA Volunteer Martin 'Doco' Doherty who died stopping a UVF gang from bombing the Widow Scallans pub on Pearse Street, Dublin Free article

After the elections – New questions and decisions for political unionism

29 May 2014

If political unionism, and especially the DUP, is prepared to move forward, progress can be made, says Sinn Féin National Chair Declan Kearney in the wake of the election results Free article

‘Crime Control’ security deployed as pickets on at Kerry Foods

22 May 2014

Union accuses management of ‘very heavy-handed tactics’ in stand-off at Wicklow plant Free article

Raymond and Patsy remembered

22 May 2014

The 33rd anniversary of the deaths on hunger strike of South Armagh IRA Volunteer Raymond McCreesh and Derry INLA Volunteer Patsy O'Hara was marked on the Andersonstown Road, West Belfast, on Wednesday 21 May. Free article

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  • The first edition of this new magazine will feature a 10 page special on the life and legacy of our leader Martin McGuinness to mark the first anniversary of his untimely passing.
  • It will include a personal reminiscence by Gerry Adams and contributions from the McGuinness family.
  • There will also be an exclusive interview with our new Uachtarán Mary Lou McDonald.

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