20 September 2007 Edition

Nuacht na nOibrithe

20 September 2007

Union calls for defibrillators for fire-fighters, Most US firms don't recognise unions and Cinema staff ballot for strike action Free article

Leanann an scéal go Fóill

20 September 2007

Ba ionsaí, dúnmharú Rosemary Nelson, ionsaí ar bhuncearta daonna, comhionannas agus coir. Chuir sé isteach go tromchúiseach ar a gclann gan dabht ar bith. Ina theannta sin áfach chuir sé isteach ar an bpobal áitiúl, ar an gcomhphobal Poblachtánach / Náisiúnach / Caitliceach sna Sé contae, agus lucht na cearta daonna mórthimpeall na cruinne araon. Lena chois sin áfach chuir an tragóid uafásach seo isteach go mór ar muintir Bóthar Garvaghy. Thaispeáin sé don bpobal sin cé chomh oscailte is a bhí said ó ionsaithe cosúil le seo, agus ar barr an méid seo ar fad bhain sé uatha ceann dá cosainteoirí ba láidre is ba dhíongbháite. Inniu níos mó ná ocht mbliain níos déanaí tá ceisteanna thar a bheith tábhachtach fós gan freagra i dtaobh dunmharú an bean seo. Free article

Collusion protest in Derry

20 September 2007

At a protest in Derry last weekend, over the British government's collusion policy Sinn Féin MLA Raymond McCartney said that the party will continue to keep the issue high on the political agenda. Free article

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Save 16 Moore Street!

20 September 2007

While Ógra would never dream of violating Dublin City Councils rules on postering and such, or the inalienable right to private property, the cornerstone of this glorious state, we really must commend the young republicans who in support of our movement have attempted to remind the people of Dublin of the revolutionary history of their city. Free article

Fógraí bháis

20 September 2007

Ned Tennyson of North Armagh Free article


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