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Stand up to criminal gangs – Gerry Adams at Burns/Moley Commemoration in South Armagh

1 March 2015

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD today spoke at the annual commemoration for IRA Volunteers Brendan Burns and Brendan Moley, who were killed in a premature bomb explosion in 1988. Free article

Community workers rally against cuts and privatisation

19 February 2015

Community workers protest outside the Department of Environment and Local Government in Dublin Free article

The economic alternative for Greece and Ireland is equality

19 February 2015

Equality embraces democratic control of the economy, sustainable investment, enterprise and growth strategies Free article

Lá gníomaíochta á eagrú ag Sinn Féin ar fud Bhéal Feirste ar son Acht na Gaeilge

16 February 2015

Bhí baill de Sinn Féin amuigh dé Shathairn 14ú Mí Feabhra ag tacú leis an éileamh i bhfabhar Acht na Gaeilge. Free article

Born this day – Seán Treacy killed in Dublin City Centre shoot-out with British agents, 1921

14 February 2015

Born on St Valentine's Day 1895 into a small-farming background in west County Tipperary, Seán Treacy grew up to become a determined IRA fighter and close comrade of Dan Breen until his death during a gun battle in Dublin City Centre in 1921 with British agents which was captured in some of Irish history's iconic photographs Free article

Pat Finucane murder: Calls for truth 26 years on

13 February 2015

Family of Pat Finucane renew calls for independent international inquiry into murder of human rights solicitor Free article

Sinn Féin negotiations strategy at Stormont entrenches welfare protections in legislation

13 February 2015

By standing firm against the London/Dublin Tory axis, Sinn Féin achieved a welfare system better than the system in Britain itself by an average of £94million per year Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 2 - Number 11

13 February 2015

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 2 - Number 11 newspaper, first published 13th February 1915 Free article

‘I want my memorial to be Peace with Justice’ – Frank Stagg, died in an English prison, 12 February 1976

12 February 2015

After enduring appalling conditions Volunteer Frank Stagg died after fasting for 62 days in Wakefield Prison, Yorkshire, 12 February 1976. His ordeal was not over. Free article

Video – Irish solidarity with Greek people ahead of crunch EU talks

11 February 2015

Irish citizens rally in support of the Greek people and their new popular Government as crucial Financial talks get underway in Brussels Free article

Video – Sinn Féin National Launch of 1916 commemorative events

10 February 2015

Sinn Féin unveils plans to commemorate 100th anniversary of 1916 Rising Free article

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