20 April 2006 Edition
I've never been told anything about the bombing other than my husband died. Monica Hayes wife of John Hayes killed in December 1975 reacts to reports that the Gardaí were forewarned, Daily Ireland. 14 April.
It's the confusion that occurs when you try to associate yourself with the ideals and example of fallen patriots whilst pursuing policies and practices that those same patriots fought and died to eradicate. Ex hunger striker Laurence McKeown on the 26 County state's confused attitude to 1916, Daily Ireland. 14 April.
I want to send out a call to all those who support Irish unity, regardless of political affiliation, to come together in a national coalition for Irish unity. Gerry Adams addresses Dublin Easter commemoration 15 April
There will be no statement of intent to declare the future of this organisation until after 24 November. UVF implied threat if the 24 November deadline for restoration of the Six County Executive leads to the implemntation of the other aspects of the Good Friday Agreement. Belfast Telegraph 13 April.
Unionism now finds itself facing the same 'joint management' threat it faced over 20 years ago at the time of the Anglo-Irish Agreement. Ulster Unionist Leader Reg Empey accuses the DUP of going backwards instead of forward. Belfast Today 13 April.
Today's protest was to draw attention to the government's failure to intervene to secure historic documents. Ógra spokesperson Daithí O'Riain on the protest at James Adams and sons auctioneers against the selling of historical artefacts and the 26 County state's failure to protect this heritage. 13 April.
For the last 15 years she was the lynchpin around which my office functioned. Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams pays tribute to party activist Siobhán O' Hanlon who died last week, April 12
They will contrast it with the number of nationalists appearing in court in connection with what happened in Ardoyne last July. Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly on the failure to prosecute loyalists over disturbances linked to the controversial Orange Order parade along the Whiterock Road in west Belfast last September. Irish News 15 April.