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Sinn Fein Newsroom
Colin Parry inspires reconciliation - Declan Kearney
The IRA killed Colin Parry's son Tim in Warrington in 1993. Despite his terrible loss, Colin Parry has courageously said: "Seeking personal justice may not always sit well with the search for peace.
14 hrs ago
'Dignity of IRA victims in contrast to hunger strike march organisers'
Calls for a "mass mobilisation" of republicans in a Co Fermanagh village next week only serves to escalate tensions, Tom Elliott has said.
14 hrs ago
Anger at sectarian online messages making light of tragedy in village
General view of Bessbrook Pond in Co. Armagh where 68-year-old Oswald Bradley drowned as he attempted to swim to an island in the pond to remove two Irish tricolour flags.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
A 50K cultural group not behind Moygashel poster
A cultural group in Moygashel which was awarded over 50,000 to tackle sectarianism was NOT responsible for the poster commemorating a loyalist killer.
IRA accused protests use of court video link
A man charged with IRA membership and the possession of a handgun has protested the use of video link to facilitate his appearance in court.
Former solicitor who fraudulently converted cheques ordered to do 220 ...
Vincent O'Donoghue of Whitworth Road, Drumcondra was extradited from Australia last year after spending four years in custody fighting the extradition.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
ongoing fierce disputes in province over middle east
While more protestors took to the streets of Belfast to demand an end to Israel's actions in Gaza, unionists in various parts of the Province objected to nationalist displays of support for the Palestinians.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Plans to extend mural-bearing Bond's Street gable
An application to build a two-storey rear extension on a former commercial premises in the heart of Bond's Street has been lodged with the local planning office.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Man charged over David Black murder car, has case adjourned
The case against the only man still accused in connection with the murder of prison officer David Black who was granted bail on foot of prosecution delays, had his case adjourned for a month on foot of his own lawyer's application.
Probe Dublin's 'secret IRA amnesty': solicitor
A solicitor who has represented victims of cross-border Troubles murders has called on Dublin to investigate a former tanaiste's claim that there has been a secret amnesty for key IRA figures.
Irish Republican News
Canada blocks 32CSM speaking tour
Senior republican politician Francis Mackey and two other members of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement were detained by authorities at a Canadian airport this week and taken to a high-security prison.
Show compassion for IRA victims in Derrylin, urges MLA Tom Elliott
Republicans in Fermanagh have been urged to "show some compassion" for IRA victims by calling off a planned tribute to the 1981 hunger strikers.
Fears over OTR inquiry powers
There are fears that Westminster's On The Runs' inquiry may not be able to compel unwilling witnesses such as Tony Blair and Gerry Kelly to give evidence in public.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Border agency won't confirm report Irish republicans detained in Toronto
NATIONAL POST STAFF PHOTO // TORONTO: Thursday, September 25, 2008 - PEARSON STOCK - Stock photos of Toronto's Pearson International Airport , photographed Thursday morning, September 25, 2008 - for any use.
Sinn Fein's habit of defection in government and the ravelling of uncivic values
Most criticism of Sinn Fein in the south is misplaced. Jude Collins has a point when he argues that the ambush of a British army column at Kilmichael in west Cork has an equivalent to the IRA's actions in the north.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The White Rhino Report
'A Devil Is Waiting' by Jack Higgins
Jack Higgins remains of one my favorite writers of political and espionage thrillers.
Finlay condemns theft of union flag as 'provocative'
Ballymoney DUP Councillor, John Finlay, has condemned the theft of a Union Flag from a pole in Finvoy as a highly provocative act designed to insult the local unionist community and further heighten tension in the area.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Defence concerns over delay in Colin Duffy terrorism case
A solicitor for high-profile republican Colin Duffy has expressed concerns about a "delay" in relation to a Crown case against his client.
This Is Lancashire
Judges grant secret court hearings
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said five applications had been made by the Government for evidence to be heard in secret courts over the past year Secret court hearings were granted by judges to the Government in at least three of its five attempts to secure them during the first year of controversial new laws being in place.
'IRA' court hearing postponed after bomb alert inside prison
Details of where it was found were not made public, but it led to parts of the 1,100-inmate complex being evacuated.