a sudden and violent attempt to suppress the catalan independence movement by the madrid government has shocked those struggling for self-determination across the world.
a demonstration in support of killer british troops was dramatically opposed by relatives and supporters of their irish victims.
there are hopes that a church ban on the use of irish flags to honour republicans will be dropped after a priest fulfilled the dying wish of a lifelong republican and allowed his coffin to be draped in the irish tricolour and starry plough.
a fault at the controversial corrib gas terminal operated by shell in county mayo has terrified local residents who do not believe a “burning off” process at the plant is safe.
the us administration has been urged to reverse a decision to abolish the post of special envoy to the north of ireland.
unionists have expressed their support for a residents’ group which has called for a social housing development to be “filled up with people from the loyalist/unionist community”.
a look at an infamous event in the tan war in county dublin, 97 years ago this week.
if you drive around the north of ireland you’re sure to come across one of the signs: three words that test our notion of democracy.
there have been protests against the planned use of a paid informer in the non-jury trial of republican political activist kevin braney, the chairperson of saoradh in dublin.
using a long-standing cover name, loyalist paramilitaries in the uvf have sought to be legalised in a plan which has brought anger and incredulity to its victims.
the president of republican sinn fein, des dalton, has warned that that border checkpoints following brexit could become a target for militant republicans amid a surge in interest in republican politics.
loyalists planned widespread disturbances across the six counties in response to council threats against their bonfires, it has been revealed.
a man whose parents were killed when loyalist paramilitaries colluded with british crown forces has won high court permission to challenge the refusal of the state to oversee and fund an effective investigation.
there are concerns that irish neutrality could be the price paid by the dublin government for the european union to defend its interest in the brexit negotiations with britain.
the text of the oration delivered by francis mackey (pictured) of the 32 county sovereignty movement at the graveside of alan ryan earlier this month.
it is clear that the 26 county state is intent on smashing republicanism. if they are not using the word of a superintendent to jail political activists, they are prepared to use the word of an even more despicable type.