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16 March 2006 Edition

Opinion: Republicans must recognise reality of Irish who fell at Somme

16 March 2006

During this 90th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, Belfast Sinn Féin Councillor TOM HARTLEY challenges republicans and nationalists to engage with the historical complexity of a part of Ireland's past. Free article

Media View

16 March 2006

Plagiarism and hypocrisy are the mainstays of the Irish newspaper industry - with unscrupulous journalists regularly pinching each other's copy and passing it off as their own original thought. Equally, there is rarely a newspaper that isn't happy to criticise others for doing exactly what it does itself. Even so, you can imagine my surprise when I picked up my copy of the The Irish Independent this week and read an exposé of the Irish Daily Mail being accused of plagiarism in that it published as its own work facts researched by that scourge of all that is criminal, Paul Williams of The Sunday World. Free article

Fifth Column

16 March 2006

An Phoblacht's famous weekly satirical column. Free article

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Dúirt Siad...

16 March 2006

The week in quotes. Free article

Remembering the Past

16 March 2006

On Monday 14 March 1988, the bodies of IRA Volunteers,Mairéad Farrell,Seán Savage and Dan McCann arrived in Dublin to begin their journey to Belfast. The Volunteers' families were there to claim their remains. Thousands of people lined the route of the funeral cortege - all the way from Dublin to Belfast. Free article


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