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6 October 2005 Edition

Bringing a message of solidarity from Ogoni to Erris

6 October 2005

Dr Owens Wiwe is the brother of Ken Saro-Wiwe (above), the executed Ogoni leader and writer who led opposition to Shell's abuse of people and the environment in his native Nigeria. The main speaker at last Saturday's national rally in support of the Rossport 5, Owens Wiwe spoke to An Phoblacht's Cathal Ó Murchú Free article

A Campaigning Party?

6 October 2005

Building an Ireland of Equals: Two Sinn Féin activists, Paul O'Connor and David Cullinane argue against a purely parliamentary approach Free article

Defending Tara

6 October 2005

Christmas Day 1900 and on the Hill of Tara in County Meath, Maud Gonne in the company of Arthur Griffith, editor of the United Irishman and future co-founder of Sinn Féin, are inspecting recent damage done to the ancient monument site. Free article

Ploughing Championships in Cork

6 October 2005

Ploughing Championships: Sinn Féin's agriculture spokesperson reports from Cork



This is the third straight year Sinn Féin have pitched up at the National Ploughing Championships. The event, which this year was held in Mogeely, County Cork, is a showcase for Irish agriculture and the rural life.

Not even the rain or the traffic... Free article

Capturing the strength and spirit of Kieran

6 October 2005

REVIEWS: Aíne Ní Bhriain has been to see the new play about republican legend Kieran Nugent Ar an Phlúid and the Dubblejoint production of Brian Moore's new play, The Session Free article

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The Session Is Great Craic!

6 October 2005

Looking for a great night out? A bit of craic, a few songs and some conversation? After debuting to a highly enthusiastic audience during this summer's Féile an Phobail, Dubblejoint's production of The Session is back! Free article

Comhionannas ar an lámh fada

6 October 2005

Amid wildly inaccurate statements by political and media commentators about the spread of deprivation in the Six Counties, following recent sectarian rioting, very little attention was paid to the real facts and statistics. Free article

Poblacht Phlainéad Mhárs!

6 October 2005

With the situation not looking great on Planet Earth given environmental degradation and global warming the possibility of building a new society on Mars might become an attractive option! If you can cope with temperatures between 140°C and 20°C, an atmosphere that would make your head explode, carbon dioxide instead of air and mountains and canyons bigger than anything known in the solar system, Planet Mars could be just for you. Free article

Fifth Column

6 October 2005

Leathanach Grinn na bPoblachtánach - The republican funnies page Free article

Dúirt Siad...

6 October 2005

Cad a dúirt siad an tseachtain seo. What they have said this week. Free article

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