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Time to ‘Stand Up Against Sectarianism’ – #SUAS

14 October 2017

Political, civil, church and community leaders need to speak out with one voice against sectarianism, just as they have rightly done so in the past against racism Free article

Tory/DUP deal is damaging the political process

8 September 2017

Sinn Féin National Chairperson and South Antrim MLA Declan Kearney writes that the deal between the DUP and Tories is damaging the political process Free article

Stormont – Sinn Féin is committed to restoring the institutions

8 September 2017

Arlene Foster’s words are welcome but more than soft words are needed Free article

IRA Volunteer Tom Williams remembered in Belfast

5 September 2017

Belfast IRA Volunteer Tom Williams was executed in Belfast Prison on 2 September 1942 Free article

Tyrone Volunteers Commemoration in Strabane will start in Lifford, Sunday 24 September

4 September 2017

Beginning in Lifford is highly symbolic of the close historical bonds between Donegal and this part of Tyrone over many generations in the struggle for Irish freedom Free article

Sinn Féin Summer School, 8/9 September

4 September 2017

VINCENT BROWNE, award-winning former BBC Newsnight and Channel 4 Economics Editor Paul Mason, Che Guevara artist Jim Fitzpatrick and actor John Connors (Love/Hate, Cardboard Gangsters) are amongst the headline names at this year’s Sinn Féin Summer School over the weekend 8/9 September. Free article

We don’t need another housing summit – we need housing

2 September 2017

As three homeless people die across the state in just one week, Fine Gael Housing Minister calls third crisis summit in four years Free article

Arlene Foster’s ‘new’ offer echoed DUP negotiator Edwin Poots back in June – and rejected then

1 September 2017

‘The issue of a parallel process has been discussed and rejected throughout the course of all the negotiations we have had to date’ – Michelle O’Neill Free article

From Civil Rights to power-sharing – the DUP still doesn’t get it

1 September 2017

PEADAR WHELAN casts a critical eye over how the political landscape of the North has – and hasn’t – changed since the foundation of the Civil Rights movement in 1967 to demand equality and fair treatment Free article

Irish Government must up its game in Brexit talks

31 August 2017

The talks in Brussels are entering a critical phase Free article

‘Parachute Regiment, No Apology’ flag flown over gate of Catholic church during loyal order parades

30 August 2017

Parachute Regiment is infamous among nationalists for the Ballymurphy Massacre and Bloody Sunday Free article

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First Prize Céad Duais

2017 Sinn Féin 

National Draw |  Crannchur Náisiúnta

Total Prize fund of over | Duais-chiste thar: €30,

First Prize | Céad Duais:  €15,000

Draw will take place on Saturday 28 October 2017  

Crannchur ar an Satharn 28 Deireadh Fómhair 2017

Slogadh 2017

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