Issue 1 - 2023 front

9 August 2007 Edition

March for Truth : Exposing Britain's war of terror

9 August 2007

This Sunday's annual August national march in Belfast has as its theme 'March for Truth'. Free article

Aer Lingus - Belfast's gain need not have been Shannon's loss

9 August 2007

While Sinn Féin this week welcomed the fact that Aer Lingus is to base its new regional hub at Belfast International Airport, the party has expressed major concern at the threat to jobs at Shannon Airport. Free article

Andersonstown barracks : site should be given to community for public use

9 August 2007

West Belfast MP Gerry Adams has urged the Minister for Social Development Margaret Ritchie to review her decision to give over to a private developer the site of the old Andersonstown RUC barracks. Adams spoke to the Minister on Tuesday and again on Wednesday. Free article

Ógra launch Road Safety Campaign - Moilligh Síos

9 August 2007

Ógra Shinn Féin launched its new National Road Safety Campaign in Omagh, County Tyrone last Saturday, 4 August. Dozens of Ógra activists mobilised on High Street for a number of hours this morning to distribute over a thousand leaflets and hold a protest, with banners and posters reading 'Moilligh Síos!' Free article


Sinn Féin to use Policing Committees to fight drug crime and anti-social behaviour

9 August 2007

Sinn Féin Dublin City Councillor and Vice-Chairperson of the Dublin Joint Policing Committee Larry O'Toole has said that Sinn Féin will use such Committees as a tool in the fight against drugs, drug related crime and anti-social behaviour. O'Toole was Speaking on Friday, 3 August as Sinn Féin members of Joint Policing Committees (JPCs) throughout the 26 Counties met in Dublin. Free article

'Fortress Ireland' approach adopted to prevent entry of Foot and Mouth

9 August 2007

Sinn Féin Minister of Agriculture, Michelle Gildernew MP, following an Emergency meeting of the Six County Executive on 4 August to discuss the situation following the outbreak of foot and mouth disease in England outlined another of the steps she had taken to prevent the disease entering Ireland. Free article

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