17 February 2005 Edition

Galway County Councillors help Sri Lankans

17 February 2005

Galway City Mayor, Willie Burke put forward a motion at the last County Council meetings that all councillors should donate €1,000 from the money they are allocated annually for conference purposes to the victims of the Tsunami in Sri Lanka. Sinn Féin Councillor Dermot Connolly seconded the motion. Free article

Dublin Sinn Féin AGM Saturday

17 February 2005

Republican activists from all over Dublin will gather for the Annual General Meeting of Sinn Féin Átha Cliath in the Royal Dublin Hotel at 12pm this Saturday. The AGM will be chaired by Louth TD Arthur Morgan who will oversee the election of the incoming Officer Board and the Cuige's Ard Chomhairle delegates. Free article

Polish workers attacked

17 February 2005

Loyalists were believed to be behind a racial attack on five foreign nationals in the County Antrim town of Ballymoney on Wednesday 9 February. Free article

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Waterside family attacked again

17 February 2005

Sinn Féin candidate in the forthcoming local elections, Jim Logue, has called on unionist politicians and community workers to use their influence to put an end the sectarian attacks on a family in Derry's Waterside area. Free article

Poleglass drug find endangers children

17 February 2005

The weekend discovery of up to £500 of cocaine in a hedge at Laurelbank in Poleglass, West Belfast, has led Sinn Féin representatives Angela Nelson and Veronica Willis to slam the pusher who "dumped these drugs in an area where a child could have found them and been put in danger". Free article

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