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7 October 2004 Edition

Where did community partnership go?

7 October 2004

ROISIN DE ROSA examines two contrasting experiences of Private Public Partnerships in public housing redevelopment in Dublin City Free article

Morgan denounces Ahern for misleading Dáil

7 October 2004

Sinn Féin TD Arthur Morgan has sharply criticised the Minister of State with responsibility for Housing, Noel Ahern TD for misleading the Dáil during Minister's question time last week. Minister of State Ahern was responding to a challenge from Morgan regarding Ahern's refusal to meet him to discuss proposals from Dublin City Council in relation to the sale of Local Authority flats. Free article

Dublin's bankrupt economic policies

7 October 2004

In the first of a two-part series, FINIAN CUNNINGHAM argues that Sinn Féin has the potential to make even more dramatic electoral gains because of the widespread disillusionment among voters with bankrupt government economic policies. The second part will sketch out, with an international perspective, what alternative policies could replace the present bankrupt partitionist scenario and galvanise a growing number of disillusioned voters on both sides of the border for a unified approach. Free article

Dúirt Siad...

7 October 2004

The week in quotes. Free article

The flawed McCormack test - BY JACK MOYLETT, Chair of the Roger Casement Foundation

7 October 2004

When one considers the importance of Roger Casement in world history, it is truly amazing the amount of nonsense that is written about him and the total ignorance of some who pontificate on the controversy that still surrounds his name. Free article

England's Irish Travellers face institutional racism

7 October 2004

Irish Traveller communities in England face widespread social and institutional discrimination, new research has found. Many Travellers are forced to live in insecure and unhealthy conditions because local authorities refuse to provide adequate and appropriate temporary and long term halting sites, and they often find it difficult to access even the most basic services, such as seeing a doctor. Free article

The Department for Reunification

7 October 2004

An examination of the Korean Ministry for Reunification in a country with two states that have been on ceasefire for over 50 years. Free article

Bua Pheil na mBan

7 October 2004

Women's football still does not seem to get the recognition it deserves, even though it is the fastest growing sport in Ireland, writes AN DRAOI RUA. Free article

Rebel Columnist - Morrison book launch

7 October 2004

Danny Morrison is pictured with Kilkenny Sinn Féin's David Furey at the launch of Morrison's latest book, Rebel Columns, in Kilkenny City last month. Free article

Rememberering the Past - Seán Treacy killed in Dublin shootout

7 October 2004

On 14 October 1921, 83 years ago, Seán Treacy was killed during a gun battle in Dublin. Treacy, from Solohead, County Tipperary, had one of the most distinguished careers of an Irish rebel. He was with Dan Breen at Soloheadbeg, the ambush where the first shots of the Tan War were fired. Free article

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