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An Timpeallacht – Eva Ní Mhealláin

21 February 2020

Is mac léinn in Ollscoil na hÉireann Gaillimhe i mbliain na céime de BA sa Ghaeilge agus sa Fhraincis í Eva Ní Mhealláin. Is scríobhneoir, file agus gníomhaí óg í as deisceart Ard Mhacha ó dhúchas. Free article

A deal to re-establish the north's political institutions is possible - Mary Lou McDonald

7 December 2019

On the 16th December, talks to re-establish the north’s political institutions resume and these talks must conclude by the 13th January at the latest. 

Sinn Féin have made preparations, we have been in direct contact with both governments and our negotiators stand ready to engage in these talks. It is our view that a deal is possible and that a deal has always been possible. 

In... Free article

Sinn Féin MPs ranked among best performing

4 December 2019

Sinn Féin MPs have been named as among the best performing members of parliament in the first 'People Power' index compiled by one of the world's leading survey sites. Free article

Standing up for Newry & Armagh - Mickey Brady for MP

4 December 2019

There are serious issues facing us in this election. 

Our health service is at breaking point, the Tories and DUP have conspired to inflict the most savage cuts to public services in a generation and the planet is facing a climate catastrophe that requires all of us to act.

These are where our efforts should be going but one issue continues to overshadow everything else.

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Comharthaíocht Dhátheangach / Bilingual Signage at QUB - Eoghan Ó Garmaile

3 December 2019

Tá bliain chinniúnach romhainn anseo in Ollscoil na Banríona ó thaobh cearta teanga de, go háirithe i leith chomharthaíocht dhátheangach.  Ach ní gan dua a tharla seo.  D’ainneoin gur tháinig dlús lenár bhfeachtas sa Chumann Gaelach le cúpla bliain anuas, is féidir a rá gur thosaigh sé nuair a baineadh síos an chomharthaíocht dhátheangach a bhí ann i bhfoirgneamh Aontas na Mac... Free article

Why a referendum on Irish unity within the next five years is essential

29 November 2019

'Brexit looms, and no matter what arrangements are put in place to manage it, Ireland - north and south - will suffer', writes Matt Carthy MEP Free article

Internationalism is central to republican politics - Kearney

4 November 2019

Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney writes on international solidarity and the party's links with Cuba and South Africa. Free article

Tá Acht Gaeilge fiúntach de dhíth, mar a gealladh in 2006 - Dr Pádraig Ó Tiarnaigh

27 October 2019

Is gníomhaí teanga é Pádraig atá gníomhach i mór-fheachtas #AchtAnois An Dream Dearg le dhá bhliain anuas. Is Bainisteoir Cumarsáide é le Conradh na Gaeilge.

Tá muid anois breis agus 1,000 lá gan Rialtas ó thuaidh.

Míle lá ar aghaidh agus tá ceist na Gaeilge fós le réiteach.

 Tá muid anois breis agus 4,750 lá ó gealladh Acht Gaeilge ag Cill Rìmhinn in 2006.

Beagach cúig mhíle lá ar... Free article

Brexit earthquake will trigger watershed election on Ireland’s future - Declan Kearney

18 October 2019

The latest blog by Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney on the prospect of a Westminster election resulting from the chaos of Brexit. Free article

Govt Tips bill “Window dressing that fails workers" - SF

10 October 2019

Sinn Féin Senator Paul Gavan has hit out at the Minister for Employment Affairs Regina Doherty, saying that her tips bill is nothing more than “window dressing that fails workers.”

The criticism comes as at the Government refuses to progress a Sinn Féin Bill which would give hospitality workers a legal right to the tips that they earn.

The Limerick based Senator introduced the... Free article

Taoiseach accused of being a “green poser” on climate action

9 October 2019

Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has accused the Taoiseach of being a “green poser” in his attitude towards climate action, and that his policies will disproportionately hit low-income families instead.

The comments come in wake of the Government’s annual budget that was delivered yesterday. Fine Gael’s Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe introduced a regressive Carbon Tax... Free article

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