12 March 2015
Republicans from Counties Down and Armagh, and further afield, turned up in their hundreds for the official launch of Mickey Brady's election campaign that sees him on the road to retaining the Newry & Armagh Westminster seat for Sinn Féin.
2 March 2015
IN A SHOW OF SOLIDARITY with the McCabe family, republicans from across the country travelled to south Armagh to tell the criminals behind the attack which left Francis McCabe Junior badly injured last week that their activities are a disgrace.
16 February 2015
Bhí baill de Sinn Féin amuigh dé Shathairn 14ú Mí Feabhra ag tacú leis an éileamh i bhfabhar Acht na Gaeilge.
28 January 2015
STUDENTS from St Mary's Teacher Training College in Belfast brought their protest against closure by Department for Education and Learning Minister Stephen Farry to Stormont on Tuesday 27 January.
28 January 2015
REPUBLICANS from across Belfast turned out in huge numbers on Sunday 25 January to mark the 40th anniversary of the death on active service of Volunteers John 'Bap' Kelly and John Stone.
13 January 2015
DOZENS of Sinn Féin activists took to the streets of Belfast in a white-line solidarity picket on Saturday 10 January to call on the Spanish Government to release almost 400 Basque prisoners held in Spanish jails.
10 December 2014
It was a weekend of commemoration and celebration as republicans from across Derry gathered on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 December to honour four IRA Volunteers who died on active service in the course of the struggle.
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- It will include a personal reminiscence by Gerry Adams and contributions from the McGuinness family.
- There will also be an exclusive interview with our new Uachtarán Mary Lou McDonald.
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