2 February 2006 Edition
It is almost eight years after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement and we still haven't got an Assembly.
This is nothing short of shameful. Alan McBride, whose wife was killed in the Shankhill bombing, giving the annual Bloody Sunday lecture in Derry's Guildhall.
It appears to be a fact that the British Army have the veto over planning applications in South Armagh, and I am led to believe that this does not happen in any other area throughout the Six Counties.
Newry and Mourne Sinn Féin district Councillor Anthony Flynn responding to revelations that completion of a constituent's house was held up by the British Army.
"Don't be afraid," is our message to the outside world. Hamas is an aware, mature and politically open movement.
Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas leader in the new Palestinian parliament. Friday 27 January.
If a government led by Hamas or in which Hamas is a coalition partner is established, the Palestinian authority will turn into an authority that supports terror. Israel and the world will ignore it and make it irrelevant.
Ehud Olmert, acting Israeli Prime Minister reacts to Hamas' victory in last week's elections. Friday 27 January.
A national ID card for the UK is overly ambitious, extremely expensive and will not be a panacea against terrorism or fraud, although it will make a company like mine very happy.
Roberto Tavano, biometrics specialist for Unisys.
No matter what the greatest tyrant in the world, the greatest terrorist in the world, George W Bush, says, we're here to tell you that not hundreds, not thousands, but millions of the American people support your revolution.
American singer Harry Belefontae to Hugo Chavez in Venezuela last week.