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16 January 2003 Edition

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16 January 2003

LAURA FRIEL takes a closer look at just how the percentages annonced for the census in the Six Counties were achieved, revealing the precarious nature of the statistical analysis offered Free article

You can't teach a Mad Dog...

16 January 2003

It has been a difficult week for Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair. Free article

Warlords in trouble

16 January 2003

It doesn't happen very often, so when it does one has to guard against the tendency to enjoy the discomfort, not only because such events make exciting reading, but because those who think they are untouchable get their comeuppance. Free article

Putting food safety first

16 January 2003

JOANNE CORCORAN continues her series of articles on the all-Ireland implementation bodies [currently in limbo given the British government's unilateral decision to suspend the institutions] by talking to Sinn Féin's Anne Speed about the work of the Food Safety Promotion Board and to Louth TD Arthur Morgan about the Foyle Carlingford and Irish Lights Commission Free article


16 January 2003

Nearly 50 days into the lockout organised by Venezuelan businessmen and corrupt trade unions against that country's democratically elected president, Hugo Chávez, OPEC's decision to increase its oil production to make up for the drop in production in Venezuela is good news for the right-wing opposition to the Chávez administration. Free article

An Phoblacht Magazine


  • The first edition of this new magazine will feature a 10 page special on the life and legacy of our leader Martin McGuinness to mark the first anniversary of his untimely passing.
  • It will include a personal reminiscence by Gerry Adams and contributions from the McGuinness family.
  • There will also be an exclusive interview with our new Uachtarán Mary Lou McDonald.

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Robert Emmet agus 1803

16 January 2003

AN DRAOI RUA this week reflects upon Robert Emmet as we enter the year marking the 200th anniversary of his rising and execution by the British Free article

The GAA - A bumper year

16 January 2003

Looking back on 2002, it was for the most part an excellent year for the GAA; in fact, I would be hard stretched to think of any major disasters, with the possible exceptions of the Cork strike and the substitution rule debacle. Free article

Book Review

16 January 2003

Stupid White Men By Michael Moore Published by Penguin Free article

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