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24 November 2005 Edition

CRJ schemes not alternative to policing or professional agencies

24 November 2005

The continued failure to transfer policing and justice powers to a local administration in the Six Counties, and the lack of a new beginning to policing in there has heightened the focus on community concerns around justice issues. Free article

Remembering the Past - Founding of Sinn Féin 1905

24 November 2005

The founding date of Sinn Féin is 28 November 1905. On that date the first Annual Convention of the National Council was held in the Rotunda, Dublin. The meeting began at 11am and among the over 100 delegates were Arthur Griffith, Edward Martyn, Thomas Martin, John Sweetman, Jenny Wyse-Power, Pádraig Mac Piarais, Máire de Buitleir, Patrick McCartan, Oliver St John Gogarty, Peadar Ó Cearnaigh, Seán T Ó Ceallaigh and William Cosgrave. Free article

Books: Slipping quietly into fascism

24 November 2005

Two books highlight the full extent of the right-wing assault on US democracy Free article

Cé a thabharfaidh aire do na páistí?

24 November 2005

Sa tsochaí ina mairimid anois is cosúil go bhfuil níos mó tábhachta ag gabháil le geilleagar na tíre seo ná aire cuí a chur ar fáil do shaoránaigh an todhchaí. Is é sin le rá go n-éilíonn an tsochaí seo againne níos mó sna láithreacha oibre ná mar a éilítear sna tithe teaghlaigh. Mar is eol don chuid is mó, maíonn Forógra na Poblacht go bhfuil an Phoblacht "chomh ceanúil céanna ar chlann uile an náisiúin." Free article

Cogadh na gCoiriúlach

24 November 2005

Le déanaí tá neart cloiste againn faoi choiriúlaigh ag tabhairt faoina chéile le ionsuithe báis. An t-seachtain seo caite chualathas faoi triúr fear óga a gunnaíodh síos i mBaile Átha Cliath i ndá ionsaí a tháinig ar dhroim a chéile. Free article

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Fifth Column

24 November 2005

An Phoblacht's famous weekly satirical column. Read on... Free article

Dúirt Siad...

24 November 2005

The week in quotes. Free article

Lansdowne fire and the Croker plot

24 November 2005

When the North Stand at Lansdowne Road burnt down before the All Blacks/Ireland exhibition match, a rumour began circulating that it was all part of a plot to ensure that the GAA would be brow beaten into opening up Croke Park to the IRFU for one of their Six Nations fixtures after Christmas. Free article


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