30 January 2003 Edition

Stevens report to be delayed again

30 January 2003

The Stevens' report into British state collusion in the killing of Belfast defence lawyer Pat Finucane is to be delayed again. This report is the third probe into collusion carried out by John Stevens. The first two reports were substantially suppressed by the British government and have never been fully published. Free article

Morgan sketches republican vision

30 January 2003

Fianna Fáil Junior Minister for Children Brian Lenihan, Fine Gael TD Gerry O'Connell and Sinn Féin TD Arthur Morgan led a public debate last Thursday in Dublin on their different perspectives on nationalism. Free article

Wexford Colombia Three vigil

30 January 2003

A candlelight vigil in support of the Bring Them Home Campaign to release the three Irishmen known as the Colombia Three, will be held in Ferns, County Wexford, on Wednesday 5 February at 8.30pm. Free article

An Slógadh ar siúl i gceantar stairiúil Sliabh gCuillinn

30 January 2003

Na daoine atá ag freastal ar an Slógadh, is é an chéad rud ar a dtiocfaidh siad air i ndeisceart Ard Mhacha ná cloch cháiliúil Chill na Sagart, atá ann leis na céadta bliain. In aice léi tá Caisleán na Maighre agus `Bearna Uladh', ceann de dhúnta cnoic Árm na Breataine, an chéad cheann a tógadh i ndeisceart Ard Mhacha. Free article

What is the Social Economy and why should we want it?

30 January 2003

Imagine a world where all businesses were social economy - where all the main economic units in the national economy were in this sector. Of course, this might be hard to imagine, because most people do not have the least idea of what the social economy sector is. Free article

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Flagrant breaches of neutrality

30 January 2003

Sinn Féin TD Aengus Ó Snodaigh has said that Tuesday's admission by the Department of Transport that 26 US warplanes have brought munitions through Shannon Airport Free article

Trimble urged to distance himself from Portadown racists

30 January 2003

Unionist councillors on Craigavon Council who blocked a planning application for the Six Counties first purpose built Mosque in the Bleary area outside Portadown are sectarian and racist, says Sinn Féin councillor for the area, John O'Dowd. Free article

Death driver victims' relatives demand tougher sentences

30 January 2003

A delegation of relatives of those killed as a consequence of car crime in Belfast met with a number of MPs at Westminster last Thursday Free article

Visiting councillors not told of Sellafield leak

30 January 2003

Sinn Féin councillors Martin Meehan and Willie Clarke, representig Antrim and Down, were part of a delegation of councillors visiting the Sellafield Nuclear Plant last week when a lithium nitrate leak led to workers in part of the plant being evacuated. Free article

Crowe welcomes student militancy

30 January 2003

Sinn Féin spokesperson on Education, Seán Crowe, has backed the planned student National Day of Action set for 5 February, saying that when students take to the streets they will do so with the full support of Sinn Féin. Free article

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