27 November 2008 Edition

Catholic taxis targeted

27 November 2008

A WOMAN passenger needed reconstructive surgery after she was hit by a brick as she travelled in a taxi in the Glenmachen Street area of Belfast. The woman, a 25-year-old student from Germany, was hit in the face when a brick was thrown through the windscreen. Free article

Arson attack on single mother

27 November 2008

NORTH ANTRIM Sinn Féin MLA, Daithí McKay, has condemned last Sunday's arson attack on the home of a Clough mother of one. Free article

Nuacht na nOibrithe

27 November 2008

Subway sacks pregnant worker, CIE may let 400 workers go, Pay block could provoke strike action and Nurses' work-to-rule ends Free article

Mallow local election candidates

27 November 2008

Toireasa Ferris pictured with Willy O'Regan and Stella O'Sullivan at the convention which selected the two Sinn Féin members as candidates to stand in Mallow for Sinn Féin in next June's local elections. Free article

Manchester Martyrs remembered in Cork

27 November 2008

THE annual Manchester Marytrs commemoration was held in Bandon on Sunday 23 Novemember. The march was lead through Bandon town by the South Derry Martyrs republican flute band and a Cork republican colour party. Free article

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West Tyrone dinner dance

27 November 2008

The West Tyrone Sinn Féin Dinner Dance was held on Saturday night 22 November in the Mellon Country Hotel, Omagh Free article

Fógraí bháis: JIMMY DUFFY

27 November 2008

ON Sunday, 2 November, veteran republican Jimmy Duffy died in the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast. Born in August 1946, he died aged 62 from an illness he bore with great dignity. Free article

Fógraí bháis: DESSIE CARMICHAEL

27 November 2008

IT WAS with great sadness that I learned of the death of my friend, Volunteer Dessie Carmichael on 31 October. I first met Dessie in the early 1960s when the Republican Movement was emerging from a particularly difficult time with the ending of the 1956-1962 campaign. Free article

Sinn Féin oppose Dublin City Council estimates

27 November 2008

Dublin Sinn FÉin activists demonstrate outside city Hall on Monday 24 November over the ongoing cuts in public services and the decision by the decision by Labour and Fianna Fail councillors to vote for the City Councils Budget for 2009. Free article


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