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10 April 2008 Edition

Taking Back Our Communities

10 April 2008

COMMUNITY SAFETY is an issue Sinn Féin is addressing around the country , and no more so than in west Belfast, particularly in the wake of a number of brutal murders such as that of Harry Holland, John Mongan and Frank 'Bap' McGreevy. Here Sinn Féin President GERRY ADAMS, MP for West Belfast, appeals for people to play their part, to stand up for their families against the thugs. Free article

'We can make a better Ireland'

10 April 2008

WE WILL see a united Ireland within our lifetime but the real test is that can we make it better. That's the message Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams brought to Belfast at the first of a series of nine public meetings to be held throughout the North. Free article

Green Party Minister tackled as he visits the Garden County

10 April 2008

SINN FÉIN activists from across Wicklow made a number of demands of Environment Minister John Gormley when he visited the county last Monday. Free article

Assembly to debate transfer of British military site

10 April 2008

THE Six-County Assembly is to debate a Sinn Féin motion calling on the British Government to transfer lands at vacated military sites at Lisanelly and St Lucia in Omagh to the North's Executive for an education village proposed by the Omagh Educational Campus Group. Free article


Sinn Féin TD asked to leave Dáil after standing up for north-east hospital

10 April 2008

LOUTH Sinn Féin TD Arthur Morgan was asked to leave a Dáil debate on Tuesday when he stood up for hospital services in the north-east. Earlier, Morgan and Sinn Féin Health spokesperson Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin had called Fianna Fáil TD and Foreign Affairs Minister Dermot Ahern to account for saying there is "not one red cent" coming from the Government to pay for the regional hospital it had promised for the north-east. Free article

Solidarity with Palestine in Dublin and Belfast

10 April 2008

A DEMONSTRATION focusing on the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from Deir Yassin in 1948 and the continued oppression of Palestinians in Gaza will take place in Dublin on Saturday, 12 April. Free article

Agency workers issue a 'deal-breaker' in pay talks

10 April 2008

IN a further development in Sinn Féin's campaign on agency workers, following an initiative by Louth TD Arthur Morgan, some of the country's biggest trade unions told the Dáil Committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment last week about the levels of exploitation of agency workers. Free article

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