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6 March 2003 Edition

A party slowly becoming irrelevant

6 March 2003

The Ulster Unionists may not be the only party who might be secretly rather relieved that the Stormont Assembly has not been reinstated in time for the elections on 1 May. Free article


6 March 2003

On the last Sunday of February 1908, socialist women from all over the US participated in large demonstrations calling for the right to vote. At the start of the 20th century, more and more women throughout the world had entered the paid work force, but remained stuck in gender segregated jobs. They worked mainly in textiles, manufacturing and domestic services, where conditions were wretched and wages a pittance. Free article

New mural unveiled at Beechmount

6 March 2003

A new mural in Beechmount, West Belfast, was unveiled at the weekend by veteran republican Billy Herrity. Free article

Bank robbery

6 March 2003

Can't pay, won't pay. That was the message from not just the banking community this week but also from the Minister for Finance on why banks cannot be levied to hand over more of their billions of euros profits to the Revenue Commissioners. Free article

Sciúirse na nDrugaí

6 March 2003

This week, AN DRAOI RUA discusses the scourge of drugs in society and questions the willingness of authorities and governments worldwide to seriously try to eradicate the problem. Free article

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