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5 April 2007 Edition


5 April 2007

Fíoraíodh mo bhrionglóidí ar fad an Satharn seo caite nuair a chas me le 'Twink'! Free article

1916 Easter commemorations 2007

5 April 2007

Honour Ireland's Fallen Patriots - Wear an Easter Lily, attend your local commemoration Free article

The Matt Teacy Column

5 April 2007

The one saving grace of my playing in a hurling match that we lost was that it prevented me having been at either Castlebar or Nenagh to bear witness to what someone euphemistically described to me as a "bad day at the office" for both the Dublin footballers and hurlers. The hurlers have at least met their target of retaining Division One status. Free article

Media View

5 April 2007

Freedom of the press has been to the fore in newspaper headlines over the last week or so, with the Supreme Court ruling on leaking confidential details supplied to the Mahon planning corruption tribunal welcomed enthusiastically, especially by The Irish Times whose editor Geraldine Kennedy faces punitive sanction for her role in publishing documents leaked from the tribunal. Free article

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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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Fifth Column

5 April 2007

A Contract with Ireland

Inspired by Enda Kenny and his pet Rabbitte, Bertie and even the ethical Greens, we now bring you the ‘Contract with Ireland’ launched today by Walter Goodthing, leader of the Whatever You’re Having Yourself Party.
Speaking at the Ard Fheis of the Charles J Haughey Appreciation Society, Goodthing made these pre-election promises.
“Health – All hospital... Free article

Letter to the Taoiseach

5 April 2007

Stormont was an unusual place to be on Monday of this week. They were giving out Ministerial portfolios as if they were bags of crisps. Sinn Féin is back at the helm of Education, as you know Bertie. Could you tell Mary Hanafin this because there would need to be a joint Ministerial meeting soon to help all our children. Free article

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