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2 hrs ago | Slugger O'Toole

So what can Northern Ireland offer Israel/Palestine by way of a positive example?

So Seanad Eireann is be recalled for the second summer in a row. It's tempting to see it only in domestic terms of the battle for supremacy on the opposition benches with Sinn Fein calling for debate in the Dail and failing, and Fianna Fail calling for it in the upper house .


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Fianna Fail (Ireland), Muammar Gaddafi (Gadhafi)

6 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today

Villiers' plea over parades body

Republic of Ireland Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan with Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers at Stormont House, Belfast Unionists and Orange Order leaders have urged Theresa Villiers to hold an inquiry to look at issues surrounding the Order's return route in north Belfast, which has been a flashpoint for sectarian ... (more)


Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Antrim County, Northern Ireland, Down County, Northern Ireland, Belfast County, Northern Ireland

10 hrs ago | Leinster Express

A welcome for jobs but more needed

Last week's announcement of 20 new jobs for Portlaoise has been welcomed, but highlights what Sinn Fein deputy Brian Stanley labels as the IDA's 'abysmal' record in Laois.


13 hrs ago | Belfast Today

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.


Related Topix: Armagh County, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, iPad App, Twitter, iPhone App, Social Software, iPod touch App, iPhone and iPad App, Startups, Facebook, Irish Republican Army

13 hrs ago | Belfast Today

'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.


Related Topix: Irish Republican Army, Fermanagh County, Northern Ireland

Tue Jul 29, 2014


UUP records a deficit of A 94,000

The Ulster Unionist Party had a deficit of 94,000 last year due to a fall in the value of its share in an investment property.


Mon Jul 28, 2014

Slugger O'Toole

Considering the Past: "Too comfortable a zone and we stop...

Considerable brinksmanship was needed, because, if the Liberals lost the election, the cause of Home Rule would also be lost.


Dear Kitty

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership undermines democracy

The Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership is a trade deal between the EU and the US - and is anything but harmless.


Pensioner drowns in lake while swimming to remove two flags

The flags, on an island at Bessbrook Pond in South Armagh, had been at the centre of some controversy after both Sinn Fein and unionists had called for them to be removed.


Related Topix: Armagh County, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom,

Tyrone Times

East Tyrone stands with the people of Gaza

Residents from Coalisland and Dungannon have taken part in two separate rallies to show their solidarity with the people of Gaza.


Related Topix: Tyrone County, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Israel, World News, Middle East

Larne Today

Action urged over rural funding

Sinn Fein MLA Oliver McMullan has called on Health Minister Edwin Poots to explore all possible funding avenues to tackle health inequalities in rural communities.


The Independent

Brendan O'Carroll: Mrs Brown's Boys actor reduced to tears...

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Seanad to be recalled from summer break to discuss Gaza conflict

The Seanad will be recalled from its summer break to debate the crisis in Gaza , as the Israel - Palestine conflict continues.


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Palestinian Territories, Fianna Fail (Ireland), Labour (Israel)

Lucinda still a to decide on her party piece

The MacGill Summer School, a political talk-in held annually at Glenties in Co Donegal receives a great deal of news coverage.


Related Topix: Fine Gael (Ireland), Opinion

Londonderry Today

'Escalation of cross border organised crime in two years'

NIO Minister Andrew Robathan lamented Sinn Fein and the SDLP's non-support for the National Crime Agency when asked by DUP MP Gregory Campbell about an escalation in cross-border organised crime.


Related Topix: Travel, Europe Travel, Ireland Travel

Mrs Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll's tears as he learns how grandad was shot dead

The star of Mrs Brown's Boys wept on TV when he was shown the gun used to murder Peter O'Carroll during the Irish War of Independence Devastated comedian Brendan O'Carroll broke down in tears when he was shown the gun used to murder his grandfather.


Related Topix: Who Do You Think You Are?, Entertainment, Television

Ballymena Today

Tourist top brass in Glens visit

The importance of promoting the holiday potential in the Glens and Antrim Coast Road area has been stressed to two of the main 'movers' in British and irish tourism at a meeting in Cushendall.


Sat Jul 26, 2014

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.


Related Topix: Prison, Irish Republican Army

Slugger O'Toole

Ireland's Media War of 1914: the Bachelors Walk lessons

Basil Fawlty was wrong: the message this year is Do Mention The War . Just remember that there are two wars to mention: a century ago, the Great War broke out in Europe, but at the same time Ireland's war of independence was temporarily postponed.


Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Antrim County, Northern Ireland, Down County, Northern Ireland,

Fermanagh Today

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.


Related Topix: Irish Republican Army, Fermanagh County, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Terrorism