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3 March 2005 Edition

Our man in Meath

3 March 2005

It would be easier to get Ian Paisley to a Sinn Féin Céad Bliain event than it is to get Joe Reilly for an interview these days. With all the canvassing, leafleting, travelling around the country and press conferences he's been doing in the run-up to the Meath by-election on 11 March, Reilly proved a difficult man to pin down. Free article

They're coming from far and wide

3 March 2005

Warned only by a loudspeaker calling on voters to back Councillor Joe Reilly on 11 March, the relative quiet of a Saturday afternoon in February is shattered for a small town in Meath by the arrival of a long convoy of Sinn Féin vehicles. Free article

A Constitution for Europe?

3 March 2005

Sinn Féin's Director of European Affairs, EOIN O'BROIN, looks at the detail of the proposed EU Constitution Free article

Who is saying No to the EU Constitution?

3 March 2005

In the third of a series of articles on the EU Constitution, Sinn Féin's Director of European Affairs, Eoin O'Broin, looks at some of the progressive voices from across Europe who are saying No. Free article

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Carson's cousin christened Sinn Féin - Fearghal O'Hanlon Memorial Lecture 2005

3 March 2005

Almost one hundred people attended the 23rd Annual Feargal O'Hanlon Memorial Lecture in the Lakeside Hotel in Monaghan last Sunday afternoon. The event was organised by the Monaghan town cumann of Sinn Féin and was presided over by local chairperson Martin Lynn. The guest speaker was Dublin South Central Dáil Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh. Free article

Nach Breá an Spórt é!

3 March 2005

It does us all good to celebrate our victories, even if it is in the 'foreign' sport of rugby, writes AN DRAOI RUA Free article

Nelson ousted - Remembering the Past

3 March 2005

On 8 March 1966, 39 years ago, Vice-Admiral Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson was removed from his pillar in O'Connell Street. Nelson's Pillar was, as the name would suggest, a large granite pillar topped by a statue of Lord Nelson, located in the centre of O'Connell Street in Dublin. Free article

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