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Funeral of Óglach Henry ‘Hensey’ McKenna (Free article)

7 February 2023

Sinn Féin figures from across Ireland, including former Party President Gerry Adams and former Cavan/Monaghan TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, joined hundreds of republicans from across the island to honour and remember Óglach Henry ‘Hensey’ McKenna.

Brendan Behan, a rebel and a writer (Free article)

9 February 2023

Brendan Behan was born of republican parents Stephen Behan and Kathleen Kearney on 9 February 1923, in Holles Street Hospital, Dublin. The Civil War was at its height and Stephen was an IRA prisoner in Kilmainham Jail. Brendan's association with Irish republicanism, though chequered, was to last his lifetime.

New book on Galway’s Roll of Honour (Free article)

15 February 2023

Eoin Ó Broin TD will launch a new book produced by Galway Sinn Féin on the county’s republican Roll of Honour. The launch will take place in Club Áras na nGael, Galway City, on Monday, February 20 next at 7pm.

Workers and public services need progressive power-sharing in the north - Declan Kearney (Free article)

28 February 2023

Writing in his latest blog, Declan Kearney has said workers and public services need a progressive Executive up and running in the north.

Ballyseedy and Countess Bridge – 100 years on (Free article)

2 March 2023

By the beginning of March 1923 the Civil War had taken a terrible toll across Ireland and worse was yet to come, especially in County Kerry. The war was intense there, with fierce fighting and many casualties between the strongly anti-Treaty Kerry IRA and the Free State forces that had invaded by sea at Fenit and captured Tralee the previous…

Former An Phoblacht Editor Rita O’Hare has passed away (Free article)

4 March 2023

A highly intelligent and strategic political thinker, Rita was also an articulate communicator and skilled publicist who was to the fore in pushing the boundaries, allowing Sinn Féin to develop into the modern, successful and popular political party that it is today. Rita’s key role in these developments will be her enduring political legacy.

The threshold of a new era (Free article)

24 November 2022

Acentury ago, Ireland was being pulled apart, not just physically partitioned, but spiritually and socially also, as the republican ideal was usurped in favour of a conservative, elitist, class-based distortion of what a free equal Ireland should have been.

Let us salute Óglach Rita O'Hare (Free article)

10 March 2023

A life time of activism was marked and celebrated this week at the funeral of Rita O’Hare, a former editor of An Phoblacht, Sinn Féin Director of Publicity, and IRA volunteer.

Centenary of the Drumboe Martyrs (Free article)

12 March 2023

November 1922 saw a general sweep by Free Staters through Donegal in an effort to end Republican opposition in the county. This sweep was successful in that it captured the vast bulk of Volunteers operating in the county or forced them to go on the run in other counties.

Sinn Féin on Councils leads eviction ban fight (Free article)

21 March 2023

Sinn Féin Councillors have been leading the fight on the Councils for the reversal of the Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael-Green Government decision to lift the ban on evictions at the end of March. In one Council the entire Sinn Féin group walked out in protest after the mayor refused to allow discussion of their emergency motion.

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