29 May 2008 Edition

UFF/NF graffiti in North Derry condemned

29 May 2008

THE people of Drumsurn woke on Sunday to find sectarian vandals had been at work in the early hours in the small North Derry village. Free article

Community anger at Orange Hall attack

29 May 2008

NEWRY/ARMAGH MP Conor Murphy has condemned an attack on an Orange hall in Altnaveigh, Newry, saying that all such attacks are wrong and should stop immediately. Free article

Union's accounts frozen as internal dispute continues

29 May 2008

PICKETS have been placed at the Building and Allied Trades Union (BATU) headquarters in Dublin in a dispute between the union and some employees, two of whom are facing compulsory redundancy. Free article

Sinn Féin Introduces Trade Union Recognition Bill

29 May 2008

A BILL, seeking to enshrine the right to trade union recognition and collective bargaining in the 1937 Constitution, was introduced in the Dáil by Sinn Féin on Tuesday. Free article

Death of loyalist gang member a reminder of collusion

29 May 2008

The death of James Mitchell, a member of a group of unionist paramilitaries known as the 'Glenanne Gang', has highlighted once again the issue of the collusion between British state forces and unionist paramilitary death squads. Free article

Andersonstown POWs organise commemorative parade

29 May 2008

REPUBLICAN former prisoners of war from the Andersonstown area of Belfast are organising a commemorative parade for this Saturday, 31 May, and are appealing to the families of the republican dead to attend and to bring photos of their deceased relatives. Free article

Martin Doherty Commemoration

29 May 2008

MICHAEL DOHERTY lays a wreath at the grave of his father, Martin 'Doco' Doherty, in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin, during the annual commemoration last Saturday, 24 May, for the IRA Volunteer who was murdered in 1994. Free article


29 May 2008

Commemoration for 27th anniversary of Ray McCreesh and Patsy O'Hara Free article

Nuacht na nOibrithe

29 May 2008

Local government workers to vote on industrial action, Ballymun hotel workers win back jobs, State pension policy biased against women, University staff vote for industrial action and Airport police and fire staff to take industrial action Free article

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