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16 February 2006 Edition

Ahern snub to Northern nationalists

16 February 2006

Sinn Féin Dáil leader, Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD has described as "absolutely reprehensible" the Taoiseach's decision, announced in the Dáil on Wednesday, that he would not be progressing the issue of Northern representation in the Dáil as he had previously proposed Free article

Sinn Féin Ard Fheis 2006

16 February 2006

This weekend will see Sinn Féin's largest ever Ard Fheis take place in the RDS in Dublin. This conference is just one of the many opportunities for party members to debate and establish policy. Sinn Féin's refining and developing of policy across a vast range of issues will be is reflected in the debates on Saturday and Sunday Free article

Remembering Frank Stagg

16 February 2006

Last weekend marked the 30th anniversary of the death on hunger strike of republican prisoner of war Frank Stagg in England's Wakefield Prison. Free article

Renewed call for Stardust enquiry

16 February 2006

Relatives of the Stardust victims have renewed their calls for a second public enquiry on the 25th anniversary of the devastating fire which killed 48 people at Artane in Dublin Free article

EU Services Directive: Sinn Féin holds the line

16 February 2006

There has been unprecedented lobbying in the European Parliament where MEPs will vote on the controversial Services Directive on Thursday morning Free article

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Sinn Féin Cuige na Sé Chondae AGM

16 February 2006

The message coming out of last Saturday's Annual General Meeting of Sinn Féin's Cuige na Sé Chondae was as clear as it was a simple one - much has been achieved but there is so much remaining to do Free article

Sinn Féin aiming high in Dublin

16 February 2006

Attended by TDs, councillors delegates and party activists from across Dublin City and County, Sinn Féin's Dublin Cúige AGM took place in the Royal Dublin Hotel on Saturday 11 February Free article

Opposition to participation in Westminster reiterated

16 February 2006

Sinn Féin has had expenses for its Westminster MPs restored. This follows a decision by the British Government to reverse a discriminatory ban on republican MPs collecting the expenses to which they are entitled, on the foot of of spurious allegations against Sinn Féin by the so-called Independent Monitoring Commission (IMC) Free article

Collusion cases delayed

16 February 2006

Almost three years after the Stevens' Inquiry identified 20 cases of alleged crown forces' collusion with unionist paramilitary death squads and set the evidence before the Public Prosecutions Service, no decision has been made regarding possible prosecutions Free article


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