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antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Saturday January 27, 2007 02:15 by Ciarán Ó Brolcháin   text 3 comments (last - tuesday january 30, 2007 01:01)   image 4 images
Over a dozen Shell to Sea activists held a picket outside the Shell station on the Andersonstown Road, in solidarity with the people who are out day and daily in Bellanaboy despite continued Garda harassment. read full story / add a comment
antrim / crime and justice / opinion/analysis Friday January 26, 2007 22:47 by sanctuary for spooks
The recent Special Branch buck passing fiasco is proof that the PSNI is far from reformed.

As relatives of those murdered by UVF serial killers under the thumb of Special branch have found out,, Special branch are still in no mood for admitting culpability in murder.

Hugh Orde has said it wouldn't happen on his watch, but under his watch, Johnny Adair's 'C' company were allowed free reign to murder unchallenged. read full story / add a comment
Jim Barbour South Belfast Socialist Party Candidate
antrim / politics / elections / news report Monday January 22, 2007 22:29 by .................   image 2 images
The Socialist party has selected candidates for South and East Belfast read full story / add a comment
antrim / miscellaneous / press release Friday December 29, 2006 21:21 by reabhloid dearg   text 1 comment (last - monday january 08, 2007 15:39)   image 1 image
An Glór / The Voice
News sheet of Belfast Republican Socialist Youth Movement
January 2007
Circulation: 400 read full story / add a comment
The material in question which was passed on to the RSYM.
antrim / anti-war / imperialism / press release Thursday December 28, 2006 17:16 by reabhloid dearg   text 11 comments (last - sunday october 28, 2007 11:41)   image 3 images
It has emerged that in some of west Belfast’s schools the British Army is openly recruiting through distributing glossy magazines, pamphlets and leaflets in classes aimed at enhancing young people’s career prospects. read full story / add a comment
antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Saturday December 23, 2006 19:55 by Ciarán Ó Brolcháin   text 6 comments (last - monday january 08, 2007 15:39)   image 8 images
Around 25 people participated in a white line picket at the junction of the Falls and Whiterock Roads in Belfast today in support of Basque prisoner Iñaki De Juana, who has been on hunger strike for 47 days. read full story / add a comment
antrim / environment / news report Wednesday December 20, 2006 00:06 by Terry   text 1 comment (last - tuesday december 26, 2006 13:20)
‘The Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ is an annual award and exhibition organised by the Natural History Museum in London, and the BBC Wildlife Magazine. The exhibition goes on an extensive tour of the U.K., as well as touring Spain, Portugal, Poland, Australia, the U.S., the Netherlands, and Abu Dhabi.
Shell have a two year sponsorship deal with the Natural History Museum, which means that ’The Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ is the ’Shell Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ until at least late 2008.
There has been some campaigning in London to put pressure on the Natural History Museum not to take sponsorship from Shell. read full story / add a comment
antrim / worker & community struggles and protests / press release Wednesday December 06, 2006 17:55 by WWPC   text 2 comments (last - thursday december 07, 2006 07:30)
We Won’t Pay Campaign


The We Won’t Pay Campaign has called for an event organised by the Strategic Investment Board to discuss the future of the water service to be cancelled after it was revealed that is to be sponsored by private company Dalradia Water. read full story / add a comment
antrim / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday December 06, 2006 13:18 by International   text 3 comments (last - friday december 08, 2006 16:17)   image 2 images
On Monday (4 December), Ógra Shinn Féin held an internal activist meeting in Belfast with South African Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils.

Ronnie was a former Director of Intelligence for the military arm of the ANC, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), is a member of the Communist Party and ANC, and was appointed to his present Ministerial role in 2004.
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antrim / miscellaneous / news report Sunday December 03, 2006 20:03 by Ciarán   text 3 comments (last - tuesday december 05, 2006 20:07)   image 5 images
Two dozen protestors stage a picket outside the BBC building in Great Victoria Street in Belfast on Thrusday evening where Secretary of State for the Six Counties Peter Hain was due to take part in a televised discussion. read full story / add a comment
antrim / gender and sexuality / press release Friday December 01, 2006 20:01 by Feminist   image 2 images
Wednesday 29th November saw the 'Women in Struggle' DVD and discussion held in the University of Ulster Jordanstown Campus.

The DVD charted the key role of women within the Irish freedom struggle from its conception right upto the modern era. The event was oraganised by the Jordanstown Ógra cumann, and they were delighted to have in their company, Sinn Féin's National Director fo Gender Equality, Eibhlin Glenholmes.
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antrim / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Thursday November 30, 2006 12:51 by Madigan   text 10 comments (last - monday december 04, 2006 10:37)
Isn't it strange that when in sniffing distance of getting back into power the local parties shy away from association with opposition to separate water charges. Is the thought of missing out on the double tax so hard to swallow. Maybe the truth is as suspected that all allong the likes of the DUP SF really agreed with the policy. read full story / add a comment
antrim / health / disability issues / news report Friday November 24, 2006 22:30 by ASBO the holyland students   text 5 comments (last - tuesday may 18, 2010 21:59)
Surprise, surprise recent research by 'Save the children' and 'Childline', found bullying of children with learning difficulties, mental and physical disabilities by both other children and teachers was widespread within mainstream schools. read full story / add a comment
antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / opinion/analysis Wednesday November 22, 2006 23:14 by clodagh   text 7 comments (last - tuesday november 28, 2006 03:32)   image 1 image
Here's how the PSNI initiates racism in communities. read full story / add a comment
antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Tuesday November 14, 2006 14:39 by SS RUC   text 15 comments (last - monday november 20, 2006 21:05)   image 5 images
Hugh Orde delivered a public lecture last night in Queens University entitled ‘policing the past to police the future’. The event was organised by the institute of criminology and criminal justice at the university. Hugh Orde was joined on the panel by professor Kieran McEvoy (Institute Director) and Judge David Smyth QC (Chair of the Board of Directors), however a few minutes into his speech the Orde was confronted at the front of the lecture theatre by members of ógra who had managed to smuggle a banner into the hall after being refused entry for protesting outside. read full story / add a comment
Does that Shell logo look funny?
antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Wednesday November 08, 2006 20:59 by Ciarán   text 2 comments (last - thursday november 09, 2006 20:09)   image 5 images
With everybody gearing up for the national day of action on 10th November, some artwork appeared in West Belfast getting the word out on what the day's about. read full story / add a comment
antrim / miscellaneous / press release Monday October 30, 2006 18:27 by Anti Imperialist   image 1 image
On Thursday the 27th October, the Jordanstown Órga Shinn Féin society held a
protest against the British army at the careers and placement convention.

This protest was to oppose the presence of the British army at this event but also to highlight the hypocrisy of the University of Ulster to allow the British army to promote, and recruit potential students yet refusing political parties or societies to even distribute leaflets to fellow students during the Fresher’s Fayre.

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antrim / miscellaneous / press release Wednesday October 25, 2006 01:44 by The Lark   image 1 image
Ógra Shinn Féin have organised a book launch in Queens Students Union. Denis O’Hearn will be in Queens on Wednesday the 15th November to promote his book “Bobby Sands – Nothing but an unfinished song”.

This event comes at the end of a remarkable year which has seen numerous events across the country to mark the 25th anniversary of the hunger strikes. His book tells the story of Bobby Sands who is an enduring figure of resistance and whose life has inspired millions around the world.

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antrim / crime and justice / opinion/analysis Tuesday October 10, 2006 01:01 by Pearse O Toole
Republican sources living in Ballymena believe IMC listed attacks wrongly attributed to dissident groups and wrongly categorized as military activity.

Ballymena Residents attribute some attacks to maverick Sinn Fein elements and loyalist/Unionist disharmony.

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antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Saturday October 07, 2006 18:34 by Ciarán Ó Brolcháin   image 4 images
About 25 people took part in a picket outside the Shell garage on the Andersonstown Road in Belfast yesterday in opposition to the attempts to force a pipeline through Bellanaboy and in solidarity with the brave stance of the people of Rossport. read full story / add a comment
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