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John Mc Comb remembered (Free article)

28 April 2022

Republican activists spanning more than fifty years of struggle, turned out to say farewell and thanks to IRA volunteer John Mc Comb who died suddenly in April. Jim Gibney gave the oration.

The history of May Day (Premium service article)

30 April 2022

WHEN IRISH IMMIGRANTS began arriving in the United States in the mid 19th Century, they found an economy in the midst of an industrial boom. The benefits of that boom, however, were not being reaped by everyone.

We are only going forward. We are never going back (Free article)

9 May 2022

Sinn Féin’s record Assembly vote signifies seismic change as party president Mary Lou McDonald stated that, “We know this places a big responsibility on us to show up for people and to deliver for people, and to work very hard”.

Anna Gallogly remembered (Free article)

10 May 2022

A large group of republicans gathered in late April for the funeral of Anna Gallogly, a lifelong republican in Leitrim. The graveside oration was delivered by former Sinn Féin TD for Cavan/Monaghan Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD.

Francis Hughes – Died on 12 May 1981 on hunger strike in the H-Blocks (Free article)

11 May 2022

The death of Francis Hughes at the age of 25 on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh saw not the end of a legend but a new chapter in what was, by any measure, the story of one of the most fearless and tenacious guerrilla fighters of the 20th Century and of the Irish Republican Army.

The Assembly Election is over: now democracy must prevail (Free article)

13 May 2022

Writing in his latest blog, Declan Kearney looks back at a resounding election result for Sinn Féin and said the democratic outcome of the election must be respected.

Centenary of the Special Powers Act 1922 (Free article)

19 May 2022

The Special Powers Act, one of the most repressive pieces of legislation ever enacted anywhere, was extensively used for 50 years by the Unionist regime in the Six Counties.

Raymond McCreesh and Patsy O’Hara – Died on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh, 21 May 1981 (Free article)

20 May 2022

THURSDAY, 21 MAY 1981, witnessed the deaths of two more Hunger Strikers. Raymond McCreesh passed away at 2:30am. That evening, Patsy O’Hara died. The deaths of Raymond and Patsy – who had started the strike on the same day, died on the same day and were born within a fortnight of each other in February 1957 – marked a critical escalation in the…

Remembering Mickey Agnew (Free article)

23 May 2022

Recently deceased North Antrim Republican Mickey Agnew who help build the foundations of Sinn Féin’s organisation in the area is remembered by Gerard Magee.

Gabriel Mc Glynn – A tribute (Free article)

25 May 2022

Owen Carron gives a personal tribute for Leitrim republican Gabriel McGlynn, a 40-year Sinn Féin veteran of local political activism, who died recently.

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