17 April 2003 Edition

Campaign for truth in North Belfast

17 April 2003

Ardoyne, Ligoniel, and the Bone districts of north Belfast have seen some of the worst violence of the troubles. Now a new campaign has been launched in an effort to gain recognition and justice for victims of state violence. Free article

Australian backing for Agreement

17 April 2003

A group of Australian MPs and trade union leaders have this week put their names to a letter sent to British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Taoiseach Bertie Ahern urging that the Good Friday Agreement be implemented in full, the institutions be restored, and the Assembly elections proceed on 29 May as planned. Free article

Colombia Three witnesses harassed at Heathrow

17 April 2003

Paul Hill and four of the defence witnesses (Catherine Murphy, Michelle Devlin, Ros O'Sullivan and Laurence McKeown) for the Colombia Three trial were harassed by British Special Branch officers at Heathrow as they travelled from Bogota to Dublin, via Madrid and London. Free article

ó Snodaigh calls for computer republic

17 April 2003

Residents of nine Dublin city centre flat complexes are to be given access to the latest computer equipment with high speed internet connections in new specially built "digital centres". Free article

PD jobs for the boys

17 April 2003

The echoes of the Progressive Democrats annual conference have barely subsided and already there a clear difference between what the PDs say and what they actually do. Free article

Fógraí bháis

17 April 2003

Cathal Holland Free article

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