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Whoever is leading the DUP has a lot of thinking to do - Declan Kearney

10 October 2018

Writing on www.eamonmallie.com, Sinn Féin National chairperson Declan Kearney has said it is no longer clear who leads the DUP and whether the party has the intention or ability to strike a deal to restore the political institutions. Free article

Power-sharing in ESB buy-up could benefit consumers North and South

7 July 2010

THE purchase by ESB of the North’s electricity supplier, NIE, could mean lower energy prices to consumers throughout Ireland, Sinn Féin’s Mitchel McLaughlin has said.

"The benefits to consumers of one energy provider are obvious. It will assist in all-Ireland harmonisation and should deliver efficiencies through elimination of duplication of resources resulting in lower energy... Free article

Unemployment continues to rise in Tallaght

7 July 2010

SINN FÉIN Councillor Seán Crowe has said unemployment in Tallaght is spiralling out of control as new figures show that only Limerick City, Cork City and Waterford have higher numbers of unemployed in the 26 Counties.

Councillor Crowe said all the talk of emerging from recession means nothing unless the real issue of unemployment is addressed.

“The Government must bring forward... Free article

Health Minister McGimpsey should do his job, not lecture others

6 July 2010

SINN FÉIN has said it won’t take lectures from the under-performing Health Minister Michael McGimpsey, who has accused critics of the state of the health service in the North of playing politics.

The health minister refused to attend yesterday’s North/South Ministerial Council where health and all-Ireland co-operation in the recession dominated the agenda.

MLA for mid-Ulster... Free article

Roof-top protest at Fianna Fáil TD's office wins public debate on youth unemployment

6 July 2010

FIANNA FÁIL TD Noel O’Flynn has accepted a challenge to debate the Government’s attitude to youth unemployment after five Ógra Shinn Féin activists staged a two-hour roof-top protest on his constituency office in Cork on Tuesday morning.

Gardaí were called to the premises on Old Mallow Road but no arrests were made and the protests ended after Deputy O’Flynn agreed to the... Free article

Belfast, Thursday: Eyewitness accounts to Gaza Flotilla Massacre

5 July 2010

BELFAST: Eyewitness accounts of Gaza Flotilla Massacre by ex-US Marine Ken O’Keefe (who was on the MV Mavi Marmara and clashed with Israeli commandos) and Fiachra Ó Luain.

Thursday 7:30pm, O’Donnell’s CLCG, Whiterock Road.

Talk free, social £5 or £3 unwaged/concessions. All proceeds to Gaza Freedom Flotilla.

Fine Gael Dublin lord mayor bars Sinn Féin bid to save public swimming pools

5 July 2010

SINN FÉIN Dublin North-East Councillor Larry O'Toole was ordered to leave the monthly meeting of Dublin City Council yesterday evening (Monday) after he protested over the refusal of Fine Gael Lord Mayor Gerry Breen to accept a motion designed to save three City Council swimming pools threatened with closure.

Councillor O'Toole said:

“The refusal to accept this motion was an... Free article

Sinn Féin will resist selling off of state enterprises

4 July 2010

SINN FÉIN says it will resist the selling off by the Fianna Fáil/Green Party Government of state enterprises.

Sinn Féin Finance spokesperson Arthur Morgan said:

“Sinn Féin will resist every and any attempt to sell off the family silver: state enterprises that are buoyant and actually returning money to the Exchequer.”

It was not state companies that helped cause this crisis, he... Free article

Irish Examiner: Sinn Féin challenges Government on jobs strategy

4 July 2010

THE Fianna Fáil/Green Party Government is being challenged as to whether its long-promised jobs strategy actually exists.

Read more: http://www.examiner.ie/breakingnews/ireland/sf-challenges-govt-on-jobs-strategy-463998.html#ixzz0shZPgkf6

Remembering Hunger-Striker Joe McDonnell

4 July 2010

A SERIES of events will take place across Belfast from July 8-10 to mark the 29th anniversary of the death on hunger strike of IRA Volunteer Joe McDonnell in the H-blocks of Long Kesh. Joe passed away after 61 days and was the fifth man to die in the 1981 Hunger Strike.

Joe's comrades who were in jail with him during the protest - Séanna Walsh, and Jim McCann and... Free article

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