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30 March 2014 Edition

Shatter should walk the plank

30 March 2014

THE SHOCK REVELATION that the Garda have been illegally recording phone calls at Garda stations for more than 30 years – coming on the same day as the sudden resignation of Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan (25 March) – has ramped up the pressure on Justice Minister Alan Shatter to also “walk the plank”, Sinn Féin TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn said. Free article

1969 Liosta Laochra na Poblachta – Republican Roll of Honour 2014

30 March 2014

Fuair siad bás ar son saoirse na hÉireann – They died for Irish freedom Free article

2014 Republican Roll of Remembrance

30 March 2014

Fuair siad bás ar son Saoirse na hÉireann – They died for Irish Freedom Free article

Real representation for Irish citizens worldwide

30 March 2014

AS MILLIONS of people of Irish descent across the world celebrated St Patrick’s Day on 17 March, Sinn Féin launched its ‘Moving Forward Together’ policy document which aims to improve the relationship between the state and Irish citizens living overseas. Free article

A wealth of 1916 info at your fingertips

30 March 2014

A MINE of information about Ireland’s revolutionary period began to be opened this year with the first tranche of military pension archives of 1916 participants going online. Free article

Centenary of Cumann na mBan

30 March 2014

THE founding of Cumann na mBan in 1914 was an important step both in the assertion of women’s role in Irish politics and in the radicalisation of Irish nationalist politics itself. Free article

Bí ar an airdeall faoi ról an AE san Úcráín

30 March 2014

IN AINEOIN RTÉ agus tionchar na meán cumarsáide, tá móramh mhuintir na hÉireann fós ina náisiúntóirí, go háirithe ó dheas. Premium service article

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Radical and Realistic

30 March 2014

ALEXIS TSIPRAS is the leader of Syriza and widely tipped to be the next head of government in Greece. He is also the European Left Party’s candidate in the election for the next president of the European Commission. He visited Dublin for two days in March to meet political parties, trade unions and activists. Free article

The definitive history of the Irish Citizen Army and the trials after Easter Week 1916

30 March 2014

The History of the Irish Citizen Army and Easter Rising 1916: The Trials Free article

Bill of Rights: Now more than ever

30 March 2014

AT A TIME when the unionist parties have determined to unpick the Good Friday Agreement and the British Government only too willing to renege on its commitments, all republicans must redouble our efforts to achieve full delivery on the outstanding core components – in particular a Bill of Rights for the North. Free article

Thomas McGeary 30th anniversary

30 March 2014

“The IRA, contrary to uninformed media speculation, was not involved in the bomb attack today in which a businessman was killed.” An Phoblacht on 3 May 1984. Free article

Blaa, blaa, blaa

30 March 2014

ARMAGH Bramley apples, Clare Island salmon, Connemara hill lamb, Imokilly cheese, Lough Neagh eels, Timoleague brown pudding, and the Waterford blaa. Premium service article

‘Say what you believe’

30 March 2014

TONY BENN’S stature as an orator, a political leader, a polemicist, an intellectual and incisive prolific writer is unquestioned – except in the political party he represented for 50 years in the British Parliament. Free article

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