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4 November 2012 Edition

Gerry Kelly – Building peace in North Belfast and the South China Sea

4 November 2012

A UNIQUE INSIGHT into conflict resolution was brought into the Philippines talks process by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Kelly, a former IRA prisoner in England and the H-Blocks, now a member of the Stormont Assembly and a junior minister at the Office of the First and Deputy First Minister. Free article

Dlí amháin do na hÉireannnaigh agus dlí eile do na mionlaigh

4 November 2012

‘THUG MÉ VÓTA cheana dhuit, ach ní bhfaighfidh arís uaim é’, a deir ‘Karen’ ina litir. ‘Níl ionat ach ‘goody, goody’ atá ag briseadh do chroí ar son ‘tincéirí’ agus ‘teifigh’. Ba cheart go mbeadh ciall agat’. Premium service article

It is important that young people have a voice in the Assembly

4 November 2012

BORN UNDER THE SHADOW of Slieve Gullion into the most miltarised area of western Europe, Megan Fearon was barely three years old when the first cessation of the armed campaign came around. Free article

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Chumbawamba: Christy Moore was a huge influence

4 November 2012

Chumbawamba's ever-present ALLAN ‘BOFF’ WHALLEY (vocals, guitar, ukelele and clarinet) spoke to JOHN HEDGES about their turbulent, tubthumping three decades since 1982 beating the drum for fun and giving another dimension to political action in words and music. Free article

Maureen Maguire

4 November 2012

MAUREEN MAGUIRE is one of those people that the Republican Movement has always relied on — there to do the day-to-day basic yet important tasks and also be there to do what’s necessary in emergencies, particularly in a hostile environment like England in the 1970s, ‘in the belly of the beast’. Premium service article

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