Posted By: January 22, 2015

Jim Gibney. Irish News ( Belfast). January 15, 2015 IT took less than an hour for the last political and symbolic vestige of unionist political domination in Ireland to withdraw into history after several centuries. There was no fanfare for its departure. There was no victory march. There was no sign of triumphalism. There was no sign of defeat, of humiliation. I […]

Gerry Adams: Enda Kenny’s handling of Northern Ireland ‘incompetent’

Posted By: January 22, 2015

Gerry Adams: Enda Kenny’s handling of Northern Ireland ‘incompetent’  Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams BY NOEL MCADAM , Belfast Telegraph. Wednesday, January  21,  2015Gerry Adams has slammed the Dublin Government as the “most incompetent ever” in dealing with Northern Ireland.The Sinn Fein president also launched a blistering attack on Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who had criticised Mr Adams’ stance during […]

WASHINGTON FOCUS ON IRELAND: The cause endures, the dream will never die

Posted By: January 22, 2015

WASHINGTON FOCUS ON IRELAND The cause endures, the dream will never die. Fr. Sean Mc Manus and Congressman Joe Kennedy, III  CAPITOL HILL. Thursday, January 22, 2015 — Last night Capitol Hill was abuzz with all things Irish — immigration reform, support for the peace-process, and yearnings for the unification of Ireland.  The event  was […]

UVF man jailed for Miami Showband massacre dies

Posted By: January 20, 2015

NEWS LETTER ( Belfast). January 19, 2015 A UVF killer who was involved in one of the most infamous attacks of the 1970s has reportedly been found dead. John Somerville was part of a team which carried out the massacre of Miami Showband musicians on July 31, 1975. PUP man Winston Irvine said yesterday that […]

A newly-released report reveals his helicopter was trying to avoid IRA gunfire when it crashed

Posted By: January 20, 2015

News Letter ( Belfast ) January 19 , 2015 A newly-released MOD file has revealed that an Army helicopter, said to have crashed in a 1978 air accident, came down trying to avoid IRA gunfire. Among those on board the ill-fated south Armagh flight was one of the most senior British army officers killed during […]

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