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Mid Ulster District Council discuss Bonfires at recent Environment Committee 

The meeting of the Mid Ulster District Council Environment Committee met during the week to discuss bonfires.

The meeting was attended by all parties, and was focussed on bonfires that take place on Mid Ulster Council property. 151 more words


"Spark -New political magazine for young people" Spring 2001 issue

The Spring 2001 issue of “Spark” -New political magazine for young people” which appears to have been produced by Sinn Fein / Ogra Sinn Fein… 14 more words

Irish Politics

#OTD in 1920 – Court-martial of Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of Cork for possession of seditious articles and documents.

'One armed man cannot resist a multitude, nor one army conquer countless legions; but not all the armies of all the empires of earth can crush the spirit of one true man. 379 more words

Irish History

A recess doesn't mean a rest...

Céad Míle Fáilte.

You’re very welcome to my new Blog, “Seanad Scéal”.

I’ve been inspired to go back to the blogging to keep people up to date with my work, to occasionally comment on the world and events around me and hopefully provide you with some worthwhile content for mulling over and debating. 767 more words

We Need To Talk About Sinn Fein

By Darius49

One of the more annoying things about the last year has got to be my growing awareness my generation’s acceptance of Sinn Fein as a genuine outlet of their left leaning social and economic outlook. 919 more words


Murals As Resistance Across The Occupied Six Counties

Art has long been a means of resistance to tyranny. In Ireland’s Occupied Six Counties (OSC), the tradition of murals has served to make profound statements upon historical and current injustice in Ireland and beyond. 138 more words


Disorder in Belfast, Northern Ireland: Disused Building, Cars Torched in Violence


AUG. 8, 2017, 4:27 A.M. E.D.T.

BELFAST — Northern Irish police called for calm on Tuesday after cars were burned out and a disused building set on fire as officers came under attack by masked Irish nationalist youths throwing petrol bombs and other missiles. 990 more words