31 July 2008 Edition

Adams extends solidarity to Belfast Pride

31 July 2008

SINN FÉIN President and west Belfast MP Gerry Adams has extended solidarity and best wishes to the members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and transgender community who are celebrating Belfast Pride 2008 this week. Free article

Campbell urged to support Irish language

31 July 2008

SINN FÉIN'S cultural spokesperson Francie Brolly MLA has said he believes that the North's culture Minister, Gregory Campbell must show the same degree of commitment to the Irish Language as he has pledged to show to Ulster Scots. Free article

Anti-Racism World Cup for West Belfast

31 July 2008

For the second year in a row West Belfast will be celebrating human solidarity with like minded people from around the world. The anti-Racism world cup will again be hosted by a community which has a long history of highlighting and combating domestic and international injustice. Free article

Nuacht na nOibrithe

31 July 2008

146 jobs axed in Westmeath, Agreement reached in Port Tunnel dispute, Ageism in employment - rise in complaints, Language staff speak to Rights Commissioner and Belfast passport hold-ups to continue Free article

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Remembering Kevin Lynch, a fighter on the sports field and the battlefield

31 July 2008

A LARGE CROWD turned out in Dungiven, County Derry, on Sunday, 27 July, for a commemoration marking the 27th anniversary of the death of republican Hunger Striker Kevin Lynch. Lynch was the seventh Hunger Striker to die in 1981. The main address at the commemoration was delivered by Sinn Féin MLA Martina Anderson. Free article

Kelly to address commemoration at Gulladuff

31 July 2008

SINN FÉIN Junior Minister Gerry Kelly MLA will be the guest speaker at this weekend's annual Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Commemoration in Gulladuff. Speaking in advance of the major republican mobilisation, Magherafelt Sinn Féin Councillor Ian Milne called on all republicans to support the annual commemoration which will take place in Gulladuff this coming Sunday, 3 August, at 5pm. Free article

Hartley meets Celtic

31 July 2008

Glasgow Celtic players meet Belfast Mayor Tom Hartley before their soccer friendly last week at Suffolk Road against 'The Wee Hoops', Donegal Celtic Free article

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