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Report on water charges reignites debate in Ireland

Expert Commission on Domestic Public Water Services published last week

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Standing up for Ireland in the EU

Earlier this year an opinion poll found that 44 per cent of people in Britain were proud of its history of colonialism while only 21 per cent regretted that it happened

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Potential for building a new Ireland

THE result of the recent EU referendum presents serious challenges for Ireland, north and south and for relations between Ireland and Britain

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Building for Success and a United Ireland

In 1992 Sinn Féin held our Ard Fheis in the Ballyfermot Community Centre

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Money Talks To Itself, now, in Ireland…

The Ulster Bank, on May 25th, announced that is about to sell €875 million of its “troubled mortgages belonging to uncooperative customers

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North of Ireland election results

The final results of the election in the North of Ireland show some changes in the composition of the new Assembly

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Elections in North of Ireland

Today people in the North of Ireland will be casting their vote to renew the Assembly, the parliament established under the Good Friday Agreement, signed in 1998

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IRELAND PEACE PROCESS: THE JOURNEY IS NOT OVER YET

On 9 April, eighteen years ago, the Good Friday Agreement was signed in Ireland. It took four years for the British and Irish governments, republican and nationalist parties and unionist parties (of the North of Ireland) to reach such an agreement

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Ireland, 1916: Something To Commemorate?

If 1916 means anything to those of us who aspire and struggle for radical social change it has to be because in an environment with so little integrity the moments that appear and the individuals that are fortunate to embody them become like a light in the proverbial darkness

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IRELAND. HISTORIC STEP FOR EQUALITY

Ireland has become the first country to legalise same-sex marriage through a popular vote, with indications from all count centres across the country showing ‘Yes’ votes outnumbering ‘No’ votes by about two-to-one

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