AP March 2017 front 200

Once upon a time in Free Derry

26 March 2017

As the tears flowed with the strength of a flood, they remembered that he had fought – he had fought for them Free article

‘Yesterday, Ireland lost a hero’ – Gerry Adams

22 March 2017

Widespread political and economic discrimination and the Orange State’s violent suppression of the civil rights campaign, the Battle of the Bogside and the emerging conflict propelled Martin into a life less ordinary Free article

Without Martin McGuinness we would have no Peace Process, Gerry Adams tells RTÉ in Derry City

21 March 2017

Tenacious former IRA leader was pivotal to the drive towards reconciliation and equality for nationalists in the gerrymandered state Free article

‘Our Martin’ – Martin McGuinness RIP

21 March 2017

Read Dominic Doherty’s insight into Martin McGuinness and his contribution to the fight for peace with justice in Ireland. Free article

Britain’s Brexit trigger – Irish Government ‘must act decisively’, Dáil hears

21 March 2017

‘Taoiseach must act decisively to stand up for Ireland’s national interests and secure Special Designated Status for the North of Ireland within the EU’ – Seán Crowe Free article

Time to deliver on unfinished business, says Michelle O’Neill as Stormont talks resume

20 March 2017

‘The British Government must now step up and deliver on their commitments otherwise political progress on restoring the institutions is in serious doubt’ Free article

Fine Gael attacks on PAC watchdog are unacceptable, says David Cullinane TD

18 March 2017

‘The Public Accounts Committee did its work fairly, independently and diligently. Our report is balanced and fair’ Free article

DUP to meet McGurk’s Massacre families after Nolan Show on-air commitment

16 March 2017

Jeffrey Donaldson agrees on radio show to meet relatives of 1971 UVF bomb attack blamed on IRA by Unionist Government, RUC and British Army Free article

Cost of Irish Language Act in North £2million per year, says Conradh na Gaeilge

16 March 2017

Additional, once-off cost of £9million needed over five years to create the basic infrastructure to support legislation Free article

St Patrick’s Day 1975 – IRA prisoner Tom Smith shot dead in Portlaoise

15 March 2017

On St Patrick’s Night 1975, the escape bid went ahead shortly after 8pm. An explosive device blew open the door to a yard and the lead group of 20 emerged from the recreation hall Free article

Prominent loyalist dies in UDA feud – muted response from unionist leaders

14 March 2017

Gilmore had posted Facebook messages taunting his former associates in the UDA Free article

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Contributions from key figures in the churches, academia and wider civic society as well as senior republican figures

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