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9 November 2006 Edition

Sinn Féin Consultation - Sixty meetings held across Ireland

9 November 2006

The Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle, meeting in Dublin last Monday, 6 November, mandated the party leadership to positively pursue the course laid out by the Irish and British governments at St Andrews in Scotland on 13 November. Free article

Adams appeals for republican unity

9 November 2006

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams was in New York today (Thursday) to attend a Friends of Sinn Féin dinner. Speaking at the event the Sinn Féin President appealed for maximum unity as efforts to advance the peace process continued. Free article

Loughinisland massacre families at Westminster

9 November 2006

Relatives of those killed during A unionist paramilitary massacre in the village of Loughinisland in 1994 travelled to London last Tuesday to raise concerns about state collusion and the failure of the subsequent investigation with British MPs. Free article

Shell-to-Sea Protestors disrupt Dempsey

9 November 2006

An initiative by the Shell to Sea campaign to break the ongoing stalemate by establishing a public Commission of Inquiry into 'the optimum development concept' for the controversial Corrib gas project has been dismissed by Minister Noel Dempsey as containing 'nothing new' and by Shell as 'unrealistic'. Free article


Collusion Report fuels inquiry demand

9 November 2006

Sinn Féin has called for a full, independent inquiry after an international panel of legal experts highlighted 74 cases of British state collusion with unionist paramilitary murders. Free article

North's Council shake-up must deliver equality

9 November 2006

Sinn Féin Spokesperson on the Review of Public Administration, South Belfast MLA Alex Maskey has said that the new boundaries for the seven councils announced on Tuesday last will be looked at in detail to ensure that they meet the clear criteria of protecting minority communities. Free article

Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis Going into election mode

9 November 2006

Knifings, assassinations, attacks, sinister set ups, battlefields, jihads and attempts at live burials - it was all blood and gore at the Fianna Fáil ard fheis in City West last weekend as Fianna Fáil put the finishing touches to their 2007 election platform. Free article

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