5 November 1998 Edition

Crown forces accused

5 November 1998

West Tyrone Sinn Fein Assembly member Barry McElduff has accused the RUC and British Army of harassing local people along the Donegal border with Castlederg and Aghyaran. Free article

Binlids - a roaring success in New York

5 November 1998

Following its sell-out run in at the Angel Orsanz Foundation in New York's Lower East Side, the play's director, Pam Brighton, spoke to An Phoblacht. Free article

Methadone concern continues

5 November 1998

Emotions ran high in the Clan na Gael Fontenoy Hall on Tuesday as residents protested against the methadone service being established in their area. The Community Council of Ringsend/Irishtown in Dublin had called yet another emergency meeting and this time James Conway of the Eastern Health Board was present to answer questions from concerned residents. Also present were Ray Keane of the EHB and Dr Angus O'Cassidy. Free article

SF man arrested

5 November 1998

Sinn Fein Youth National Organiser Eoin O'broin was arrested at Birmingham Airport on Monday at the start of a speaking tour of English cities. He was held for an hour and a half before being released without charge. Free article

Twenty five years remembered

5 November 1998

One of the most respected volunteers in the history of the struggle in South Armagh will be remembered this month with a series of commemorative events. Free article

Adams to visit US west coast

5 November 1998

Following a successful trip to the East Coast in October, Gerry Adams will be making a trip to the West Coast next week. Free article

Krups closure a blow to Limerick

5 November 1998

``No one will employ us again''. This is the problem facing the 500 Krups workers who last Friday lost their jobs. Most of the workers are women (men are in the majority in supervisory positions), some of whom have worked there for up to 30 years. Free article

Fógraí bháis: Maureen Dineen Garvin

5 November 1998

Maureen was born and raised in Belfast's Ardoyne . She was from a very republican family and worked all of her life in Ireland and in Philadelphia for the freedom of Ireland. She and her husband, the late Phil Garvin, were active in keeping the McGarrity commemoration in Philadelphia alive in the 1950s. Free article

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