Tom Hayden RIP – An incalculable loss to the struggle for civil rights, justice and freedom

25 October 2016

Tom Hayden’s involvement in the civil rights movement in the US is legendary: his was the voice of a new generation which opposed the war in Vietnam and espoused radical politics and challenged prejudice, discrimination and justice, both domestically and internationally Free article

Ireland holds record for longest domestic recession in the EU

23 March 2014

Commentators celebrating ‘recovery’ are rewriting history and distorting the current situation, says ‘Irish Left Review’ Free article

McConville case – Gerry Adams comments

23 March 2014

The killing of Jean McConville and the disappearing of her remains was wrong and a grievous injustice to her family, Sinn Féin leader says Free article

Crucial that British, Irish and US governments on same page to avoid political vacuum

21 March 2014

With elections in May, followed quickly by another difficult marching season, a new phase of increased political instability and sectarianism becomes a worrying possibility, says Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney Free article

Vandals attack Drumnakilly Martyrs memorial in Tyrone

21 March 2014

Memorial to three IRA Volunteers killed in 'shoot-to-kill' ambush daubed with paint by vandals Free article

Directly-elected Dublin Mayor to get backing of Sinn Féin councillors

20 March 2014

Sinn Féin Councillor Cathal King, former Mayor for South Dublin County, says giving the people of Dublin chance to elect their own mayor would strengthen democracy of local government Free article

Cumann na mBan 100th Anniversary Celebration, 2 April, Wynn's Hotel, Dublin

20 March 2014

Exhibition, dramatic re-enactment, book launch and historical talks to mark 100th anniversary of Cumann na mBan Free article

£500k of public money to RUC Museum cannot fund ‘sanitised’ history, say Relatives for Justice

19 March 2014

The use of public finances means that ‘excesses and human rights violations’ must be reflected in RUC Museum Free article

Masked loyalists in military vehicles paramilitary parade at Twaddell 'civil rights camp'

19 March 2014

Intimidating display by loyalist gangs in north Belfast on Tuesday night Free article

Rith, Seachtain na Gaeilge, Béal Feirste

18 March 2014

HUNDREDS of runners from across Belfast joined the many thousands of Irish-language activists taking part in this year’s Rith, a central part of Seachtain na Gaeilge. Free article

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