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100 years ago today - Sinn Féin day of defiance 15 August 1918 (Free article)

15 August 2018

"In Dublin, Constabulary hurried from street to street, noting who was speaking, who was listening. Soon they realised that it was all Dublin which was defying them, and, in the country, all Ireland"

50 Years Ago - The first Civil Rights march (Free article)

20 August 2018

The first Civil Rights march from Coalisland to Dungannon was held on 24 August 1968, 50 years ago this week

Sinn Féin publishes proposals for ‘real reform’ of the apprenticeship system (Free article)

16 August 2018

Sinn Féin has today published its policy proposals to reform the apprenticeship system in Ireland. The party’s spokesperson for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Maurice Quinlivan TD has announced proposals to increase the number of people in apprenticeships to 60,000 by 2023, whilst also branding the current government’s reform plans as…

50th anniversary of first Civil Rights march to be marked on Saturday (Free article)

16 August 2018

This Saturday the 50th anniversary of the first organised civil rights march in the North will be marked with a commemoration march from Coalisland to Dungannon.

Hundreds take part in civil rights anniversary march (Free article)

19 August 2018

Hundreds of people took part in a commemoration in Tyrone yesterday to mark the 50th anniversary of the first civil rights march to be held in the north.

Papal visit an opportunity to address legacy of abuse - Michelle O'Neill (Free article)

22 August 2018

The visit to Ireland by Pope Francis this weekend is an opportunity for the Catholic church to address the ongoing legacy of abuse, Sinn Féin Vice President Michelle O'Neill has said.

Vatican must release files on abuse - Murphy (Free article)

24 August 2018

The visit to Ireland by Pope Francis this weekend is an opportunity to address the deep hurt caused by the abuses of the church and engage with victims and survivors, Sinn Féin's Conor Murphy has said.

From Coalisland to Dungannon, 50 years on (Free article)

24 August 2018

Today, 24th August, marks the 50th anniversary of the first Civil Rights march from Coalisland to Dungannon in County Tyrone.

30 years ago - The Drumnakilly Martyrs (Free article)

29 August 2018

IRA Volunteers Brian Mullin, Gerard Harte and Martin Harte were killed on 30 August 1988, 30 years ago this week

"It's time for the Housing Minister to go" (Free article)

3 September 2018

Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald has confirmed that the party will table a motion of no confidence in Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy as the housing crisis continues to spiral under Fine Gael. The Dublin Central TD broke the news at the Sinn Féin annual away day in Cavan. In her opening address, deputy McDonald said that the minister is “out…

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