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Fennelly Report: Labour and Attorney General at odds with each other

3 September 2015

Motions of no confidence in Attorney General and Taoiseach as report into Garda Commissioner's resignation raises more questions Free article

Video – 'IRA has gone away,' Gerry Adams tells National Hunger Strike Commemoration

24 August 2015

Gerry Adams rejects claims by PSNI regarding the IRA Free article

Homeless charity hits out at 'silly' comments by Labour TD

24 August 2015

Focus Ireland accuses Labour's Joanna Tuffy of attempting to distract attention from Government's failure to tackle housing crisis Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann, Volume 2, Number 37

21 August 2015

Series by Mícheál Mac Donncha chronicling the road to the 1916 Rising as seen through the pages of An tÓglach – the Irish Volunteer from 24 April 1915 to 22 April 1916 Free article

Looking to the future – Gerry Adams on the legacies of 1916 and the H-Blocks Hunger Strikes

20 August 2015

“Our collective responsibility as we are about to celebrate the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising is to finish the work that the men and women of 1916 and of 1981 embarked upon. That means working to build the Republic envisioned by the Proclamation and the leaders of that time but suited to the needs of the 21st century.” Free article

Fianna Fáil 'cannot be trusted' to tackle housing crisis

20 August 2015

Fianna Fáil proposals dismissed as "laughable attempt to regain credibility" Free article

Michael Devine – Died 20 August 1981 after 60 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

19 August 2015

On the death of INLA Volunteer Michael Devine at 12 minutes to eight on Thursday 20 August 1981, his brother-in-law, Frankie McCauley, said: “One thinks, ‘Ten men, how many more have to die? We have ours now over us. Next week it will be big Laurence’s people waiting for the same thing. Then the Devlins after that and another boy will go on hunger strike and another. They’ll never break them.’” Free article

Soldiers responsible for Ballymurphy Massacre cannot be traced, claims ministry – Taoiseach urged to act

19 August 2015

Irish Government has a responsibility and a mandate from the Dáil to challenge the British Prime Minister and Government on the way it which it is dealing with the Ballymurphy families and with this case, says Gerry Adams Free article

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael to join forces to 'keep Sinn Féin down'?

17 August 2015

Sinn Féin says Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are 'two sides of the same coin' Free article

44 Parnell Square – Home of An Phoblacht and Sinn Féin

16 August 2015

In 1915, civil war nearly broke out on the doorstep of 44 when both sets of Volunteers and the Citizen Army had decided to march to Parnell’s grave in Glasnevin to honour his memory. After visiting the graveyard, Larkin led the Citizen Army contingent back to Parnell Square, where the Irish Volunteers had organised a public meeting outside 44 . . . Free article

Ballymurphy Massacre families keep pressure on British Government

14 August 2015

Eleven people shot dead by British Army's Parachute Regiment in aftermath of internment raids, 1971 Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

for reconciliation 

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Contributions from key figures in the churches, academia and wider civic society as well as senior republican figures

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