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27 November 2008 Edition

Sinn Féin slams Lisbon re-run bid

27 November 2008

THE Oireachtas Sub-Committee on Lisbon's draft report was described this week by Sinn Féin as being out of step with the views of voters and criticised for not reflecting voters' concerns. Free article

Aidan McAnespie murder - need for truth raised in Dáil

27 November 2008

Sinn Féin Dáil leader Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin this week secured a Dáil adjournment debate on the need for truth and justice on the murder of Aidan McAnespie by the British Army at Aughnacloy in 1988. Free article

INTERVIEW: EU election candidates, Kathleen Funchion & Tomás Sharkey

27 November 2008

SINN FÉIN'S candidates for the EU constituency of Ireland East - which takes in all of Leinster with the exception of Dublin, Longford and Westmeath - are Louth County Councillor Tomás Sharkey and Kathleen Funchion. These incredibly active community campaigners take time out from their busy schedules to talk to ELLA O'DWYER. Free article

Spotlight on Collusion as Phelim McNally remembered

27 November 2008

JUST outside the small town of Toomebridge, which straddles the border between Antrim and Derry, there is a signpost pointing travellers in the direction of Ballyronan. Free article

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Interview : Michelle Gildernew, the first minister in Ireland to give birth while in office

27 November 2008

THE North's Agriculture Minister and Sinn Féin MP for Fermanagh/South Tyrone, MICHELLE GILDERNEW, gave birth to a baby girl on 17 October, making her the first minister in Ireland to give birth while in office. Michelle spoke to EMMA CLANCY this week about the latest addition to her family, the experience of women in politics and Sinn Féin's commitment to removing barriers to women's participation in public life. Free article

Celtic fans have their say

27 November 2008

FANS at Glasgow Celtic FC have been in revolt recently against the decision by the club's hierarchy to go along with the Scottish Premier League's instruction for all SPL clubs to wear an embroidered red poppy to honour the British armed forces on the shirts of all sides competing on the weekend of 8 November. Free article


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