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Is unionism up for genuine power-sharing? – October issue out now

Stormont: Sinn Féin is up for doing a deal on institutions, says Gerry Adams

NEW issue for October – in shops now or subscribe online, just €10 for 12 issues, includes . . .

  • 50 years on from civil rights campaign – Is unionism up for genuine power-sharing?
  • Catalonia's right to referendum
  • H-Blocks POW Laurence McKeown reviews escape movie 'Maze'
  • Nothing new in new book on Gerry Adams
  • 20 years a TD – Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin
  • Mary Lou McDonald TD speaks at Tyrone Volunteers Commemoration – ‘For reconstruction we must remember, and for reconciliation we must forgive’
  • Stormont: Sinn Féin is up for doing a deal on institutions, says Gerry Adams
  • Foyle MP Elisha McCallion speaks at British Labour Party conference
  • British Army veterans march for immunity

AP Oct inside pages

  • Secure homes must surely be a policy priority
  • Whistleblowers and RTÉ
  • Sheena Campbell, killed by collusion 25 years ago
  • Britain’s murderous colonial policy in Ireland and Sri Lanka
  • October 1917: The rebirth of Sinn Féin
  • Americana and its impact on Irish music
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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