28 September 2000 Edition

Youghal Sinn Fein Activist Harassed

28 September 2000

A Youghal Sinn Féin activist has complained to the 26 Counties Minister for Justice and the Garda Complaints Board, following what he termed as ``blatant and unprovoked harrassment'' from the Gardaí. Free article

All-Ireland healthcare just makes sense

28 September 2000

Sinn Féin Six-County Health Minister Bairbre de Brun broke new ground last week at the first ever major all-Ireland Health conference. Below is the text of her speech, to the joint Irish Medical Organisation and British Medical Association conference on Friday last. Free article

Vol Diarmuid O'Neill remembered

28 September 2000

``If Diarmuid was here, he would be fully behind the leadership of Sinn Féin and the Republican Movement in the peace process''. They were the words of ex-POW Jimmy Murphy last Sunday, when he addressed over 100 Republicans from Cork City and county, attending the first public commemoration of Volunteer Diarmuid O' Neill. Free article

Proposed N3 Road ploughs across Heritage Sites

28 September 2000

As the unending stream of cars roar by, bumper to bumper, along the N3 Road from Dublin to Navan, the National Roads Authority (NRA) is hard at work on the Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs) for a new N3 Road. Free article

Pylons threat revealed

28 September 2000

A recent study has shown that death or serious medical problems can be caused by high voltage power lines of the type used by the ESB. Free article

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Racism and the state

28 September 2000

President of ICTU, Inez McCormick, attacks institutional racism Free article

Issues carries RAF recruitment ad

28 September 2000

'Issues' magazine for 13 -26 September contains a very interesting and commendable article entitled `Ireland and the Arms Race'. It exposes the continuing scandal of massive spending on nuclear and other weapons and the attempts to draw this country into the NATO web. Free article

Republicans telling our history as it is

28 September 2000

Coiste na nIarchimí members came together last Saturday, in Dublin's Tar Isteach offices, to co-ordinate just one of the many projects that ex-prisoners are looking to develop through Coiste. Free article

Labour opposition to Corpo housing criticised

28 September 2000

Sligo Sinn Fein Comhairle Ceantair PRO, Gerry Casey, has expressed ``extreme disappointment'' at the decision of the Labour party to oppose the construction of a number of much needed Corporation houses in Sligo. Free article

Harney and Quinn in harmony against Sinn Féin

28 September 2000

Like ebony and ivory on Elton John's piano keyboard, Labour and the PDs were in perfect harmony against Sinn Féin over the past week. Free article

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