an phoblacht July 2014

Film — The Howth Gun-Running of 1914

22 July 2014

The first in a series of short documentaries by An Phoblacht 'Roads To Revolution 1916 - The Landing of the Asgard' Free article

Newry vigil for Gaza

16 July 2014

‘We have all had to give up some of our time to be here tonight but let’s compare that to the 58-second warning a Palestinian family might have that their home is about to be attacked’ – Conor Murphy MP Free article

Belfast City Hall Gaza rally hears 'boycott Israeli goods' calls

16 July 2014

Shoppers urged to shun produce with barcodes beginning with numbers 729 Free article

Mile-long Belfast solidarity vigil by 1,000 for #GazaUnderAttack

15 July 2014

Falls Road white-line picket rallies support for Palestine Free article

Fine Gael and Labour ‘big plan to halt rise of Sinn Féin’

14 July 2014

Ministers picked because of geography rather than priority or ability Free article

Video – Orange Order parade bands break rulings and clash with police

14 July 2014

Bandsmen insisted on playing music passing St Patrick’s Catholic Church Free article

Orange bands flout Parades Commission ruling on Twelfth

14 July 2014

‘Shankill Butcher’ berates photographer assaulted by Orangeman Free article

Limerick wants its 1916 flag back from Imperial War Museum

14 July 2014

This flag was captured by the British Army on 5 May 1916 following the Easter Rising in Dublin Free article

Vandalism of monument to three Scottish soldiers condemned by Sinn Féin

14 July 2014

‘I condemn unreservedly those behind this attack – it is wrong,’ says Sinn Féin Councillor Gerry McCabe Free article

Martin Hurson — Died on 13 July 1981 after 46 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

13 July 2014

THE death of IRA Volunteer Martin Hurson on 13 July 1981, after 46 days on the Hunger Strike, was unexpected. The suddenness of his death, coming only five days after that of Joe McDonnell, came as a shock since two other Hunger Strikers – Kieran Doherty and Kevin Lynch – had been almost a week on hunger strike ahead of Martin. Free article

So this is culture? A look at the Eleventh Night bonfires

11 July 2014

The bonfire — central to the celebration of Orange and Protestant culture — is billed as an occasion for family fun on the Eleventh Night . . . But is it? Free article

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