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17 April 2008 Edition

Finglas: Facing the challenges

17 April 2008

IN the aftermath of a period of heightened violence in Belfast, Limerick and Dublin An Phoblacht investigates the underlying factors involved and the strategies emerging nationally to address the problem. The residents of both communities are seeing the need to take initiatives designed to get to the core of the problem and put effective preventative measures in place. Free article

Erris community takes gas concerns to Norway

17 April 2008

LIFE has been breathed into attempts to end the impasse surrounding the Corrib Gas controversy that has blighted the people of Mayo for almost a decade with a visit to Norway by residents from Erris. Free article

Save the West

17 April 2008

'From Malin Head to Mizen Head, all we ask for is fairness' Free article

The Mitchel McLaughlin Column

17 April 2008

THE week of 6 May will see Brian Cowen succeed Bertie Ahern as Taoiseach, then a major US investment conference in Belfast followed immediately by Peter Robinson taking over from Ian Paisley as First Minister at the Assembly. Understandably, there is much speculation about the new relationships to be forged following the installation of the new leaders of the DUP and Fianna Fáil. Free article

Sobering up

17 April 2008

OUR housing boom was like a party that just kept bringing in more of the neighbours. It was a great party with lots of fun and lots of solid benefits. And the tax incentives and subsidies which eventually overheated the market were an absolutely necessary stimulus to get the party going. It's not all bad news, though. There are lots of lasting benefits, not least of which is the creation of new capital resources nationally, and also in places where virtually no capital existed previously. But the party IS over, the hangover is here, and the clean-up has to be done. Free article

Cúlchaint

17 April 2008

De réir tuairisc sa Tribune tá sé i gceist ag an Roinn Oideachas cead a thabhairt do mhúinteoirí gan focal ar bith Gaeilge acu a bheith ag "múineadh" Gaeilge ins na scoileanna. Mar thoradh ar threoir ón E.U. tá doiciméad curtha le chéile ag Comhairle Múinteoireachta an Roinn Oideachais go mbeidh ceart ag muinteoirí gan focal amháin Gaeilge tréimhse a bheith acu chun dul i dtaithí ar an Ghaeilge agus iad ag múineadh na bpáistí ag an am céanna. Free article

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An Phoblacht Magazine

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.

Buy An Phoblacht magazine here

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Léim thart i gCathair na Mart

17 April 2008

Oscail oscail oscail an doras lig isteach an fear grinnn agus athraigh an córas athraigh athraigh go bhfeice cad a tharlaíonn.... Free article

Remembering the Past: General strike against conscription

17 April 2008

ON 16 APRIL 1918 the British House of Commons passed the Military Service Bill, which empowered the British Government to enforce conscription - compulsory service in the British Army - for all men of military age in Ireland. The overwhelming resistance to this measure by the Irish people saw unprecedented political unity and the biggest withdrawal of labour in Ireland before or since. Free article

Matt Treacy

17 April 2008

I'VE ONLY SEEN bits of Celebrity Bainisteoir but, sure, not having seen things has never stopped me talking about them before. The main reason I have mostly missed it is that it clashes with The Simpsons and Ciara never misses The Simpsons even if she has seen the same episode 20 times. Either that or Are You Smarter Than a Ten Year Old? which provides her with another opportunity to match her wits against my declining mental powers. Her Lisa to my Grandpa Simpson. Free article

Media View

17 April 2008

IT WAS CLEAR that the media world has gone into a strange place this week when Murdoch's Irish Sun and Associated Newspapers' Irish Daily Mail decided to get informative and accessible about the forthcoming EU Lisbon Treaty referendum. Free article


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