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DUBLIN, June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Launch of Most Important Record of Most Significant Period of Irish History Sinn Fein Rebellion Handbook Features Names of over 6,700 Rebels, Soldiers, Casualties and Government Personnel Particular Relevance as Tricolour Flown During Rebellion Loaned to New York Today sees the launch of...
The Republic of Ireland, in a concession to Protestants, says Northern Irelanders applying for Irish passports can give Londonderry as their birthplace. The city's name is one of the many issues that divide Republicans and Unionists in Northern Ireland and the Republic from the North.
WASHINGTON, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams spoke in Washington, DC today regarding his plans to host two conferences in the U.S.
By KATHRYN TORNEY GRAMMAR school representatives have rejected a proposal from a number of their colleagues to scrap academic selection at 11 and replace it with selection at 14.
By ANNE LUCEY UP to 30,000 people were without water yesterday after a bog landslide polluted water courses and threatened reservoirs. Boil notices were issued following the soil slip in Kerry's Stack's Mountains. According to council estimates the problem could continue for some time.
Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said that the UK will press ahead with ratification of the Lisbon Treaty despite the "no" vote in the Irish referendum.
By Anne Cadwallader BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's regional parliament creaked into life for the first time in nearly four years on Monday as political enemies strove to overcome decades of mistrust and agree to share power.
By Anne Cadwallader BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's regional parliament met for the first time in nearly four years on Monday as political enemies strove to overcome decades of mistrust and agree on how to share power. Progress is expected to be slow.
By Anne Cadwallader BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's regional parliament will meet for the first time in nearly four years on Monday as political enemies strive to overcome decades of hatred and mistrust to forge agreement on sharing power. Progress is expected to be slow.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.