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'We can no longer afford a divided Ireland'

30 June 2016

Hundreds attend rally in Dublin calling for a referendum on a united Ireland Free article

Loughinisland, Kerr and Kitson – Britain’s ‘dirty war’ legacy still overshadows the Peace Process

21 June 2016

The strategic sub text to the sectarian massacre of the six Catholic men in Loughinisland was to undermine the embryonic Peace Process Free article

Thousands brave pouring rain to honour Wolfe Tone

20 June 2016

Thousands march from Sallins to Bodenstown to remember the 'father of Irish ' Free article

World Refugee Day – Open up safe and legal access to Ireland, says Irish Refugee Council

20 June 2016

Call to politicians goes alongside a series of events throughout the week which draw attention to the need for solidarity with asylum seekers and refugees Free article

Nationalist anger over demolition of 1916 memorial by council

19 June 2016

Rising monument destroyed by council and PSNI while tributes to UVF and UDA death squads left untouched by authorities Free article

On This Day 1994, Loughinisland – Families come together for anniversary of gun attack that left six dead watching World Cup match

18 June 2016

Gun attack by unionists and British state agents left six men dead while watching Ireland v Italy World Cup soccer match in 1994 Free article

17 June 1981 – Nora Connolly O’Brien dies in Dublin

17 June 2016

Following Mac Néill’s orders to cancel the Easter Rising, James Connolly dispatched Nora and the others to deliver the mobilisation order for Northern units Free article

Move to bin waste charge rises – Sinn Féin senators’ motion piles pressure on FG/Independent Government

16 June 2016

Mary Lou McDonald tells Government: ‘Either you will act or we will act’ Free article

Cameron wobbles as the Empire strikes back

16 June 2016

Britain’s “Brexit” campaign is a world of xenophobia, racism and a procession of ‘celebrities’ and experts hauled out for a Remain or Leave decree – and don’t forget to mention ‘migrants’ Free article

Political ex-prisoner wins historic court victory challenging Stormont sacking

15 June 2016

25,000 people from the nationalist and republican community have been in jail on conflict-related offences Free article

Rent Certainty Bill – Fine Gael needs to stop stalling, says Gerry Adams in Dáil

14 June 2016

Sinn Féin tables Bill to link rents to Consumer Price Index Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

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