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The days of second class citizenship in the north are over - Declan Kearney

22 February 2018

In this article, which first appeared in the Irish News, Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney addresses the legacy of the civil rights movement and writes that the days of second class citizenship in the north are over. Free article

Notices

1 October 2010

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 October 1977: Seán Ó CONAILL, Sinn Féin (Parkhurst Prison)
1 October 1996: Pat McGEOWN, Sinn Féin
2 October 1971: Volunteer Terence McDERMOTT, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion
2 October 1978: Volunteer Pat HARKIN, Derry Brigade
6 October 1972: Volunteer Daniel McAREAVEY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
9 October 1976: Noel Jenkinson, Sinn Féin (Leicester Prison)
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Sinn Féin ready to fight the cuts as Cowen staggers

1 October 2010

g  BY MÍCHEÁL Mac DONNCHA

GROWING political storms were making the Brian Cowen-led government increasingly unstable as Sinn Féin’s Leinster House team met for its annual think-in and pledged to fight the savage cuts threatened for the December budget.
With a clear head, Sinn Féin Dáil leader Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin set the agenda on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, just under a week after a... Free article

Charlie Caherty

1 October 2010

A pillar of the Newtownhamilton community

IT IS with great sadness that republicans in south Armagh and beyond learned of the death of lifelong republican Charlie Caherty.
Charlie had been involved in the Republican Movement for many many years and was instrumental in the establishment of the Caraher/Caherty Sinn Féin Cumann in Newtownhamilton. Charlie was deeply committed to his... Free article

Fianna Fáil are drunk on power

1 October 2010

FIRST it was Taoiseach Brian Cowen’s performance on RTÉ radio - was he hoarse or hungover? Then a Fine Gael TD, the worse for wear, threatening a young Garda, using the ‘mind your manners, we’ll be in power soon’ line. The ‘demon drink’ has been front and centre in political debate. As a man in Ballybough put it to me: “What in the name of Jaysus are they at?” Good question.Free article

INTERNATIONAL SINN FÉIN MOTION WINS ACTION ON PALESTINE

1 October 2010

Dublin City Council signs on for Second Freedom Flotilla to Gaza

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL has unanimously passed a Sinn Féin motion condemning the Israeli commando airborne assault on the Gaza First Freedom Flotilla in the summer, murdering nine civilian aid workers and injuring 30 others.
The motion commends the Irish citizens on the MV Rachel Corrie and who took part in the First... Free article

JOBS PLAN LAUNCHED BY SINN FÉIN

1 October 2010

DUBLIN Sinn Féin has launched a jobs plan to save and create 10,000 jobs in the capital.
The proposals, ‘Let’s Get Dublin Working’, were launched in Tallaght, South County Dublin, by Sinn Féin Finance spokesperson Arthur Morgan TD and local Councillors Seán Crowe and Cathal King.
The plan includes a history of employment in Dublin, a profile of the Dublin economy, ‘Six steps to... Free article

Mixing sport and politics

1 October 2010

OUR national broadcaster has let us down again. They failed to broadcast two of the biggest sporting achievements of the year.
On September 18th, Katie Taylor won her third successive Women’s World Boxing Championship title. In Barbados, she defeated China’s Cheng Dong in the final match. The fight was also Taylor’s 100th career win.
The night before, on September 17th, the... Free article

Billy Wright Inquiry leaves unanswered questions

1 October 2010

THE report of the inquiry into the killing in Long Kesh in 1997 by INLA prisoners of Billy Wright, leader of the Loyalist Volunteer Force, has failed to answer many questions, including the unionist death squad boss’s relationship with senior unionist politicians, Sinn Féin Assembly member John O’Dowd said.
Speaking after the report’s release on September 14th, John O’Dowd said:Free article

The IMC and a worrying signal

1 October 2010

WE didn’t need the so-called ‘Independent Monitoring Commission’ (an ex-Scotland Yard supremo, an ex-CIA spook chief, an Iveagh House mandarin and a lord of the British realm and the Alliance Party) to tell us that the murder of Bobby Moffett on the Shankill Road was carried out and sanctioned by the leadership of the UVF.
Long before the IMC produced their report, the family of... Free article

First An Phoblacht Autumn School

1 October 2010

BY ROSS CARMODY

THE first Annual An Phoblacht Autumn School was held over two days in Baile Bhúirne, County Cork, over the last weekend of September under the title of ‘Time to Change Ireland’.
The event drew an audience from all corners of the country, including Donegal, Belfast, Meath and Dublin.
Officialy opening the event on Friday evening, Regional Development Minister... Free article

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