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Adams to hold talks on NI in WashingtonAdams to hold talks on NI in Washington
Wednesday, 10th November 2004

The Sinn Féin leader, Gerry Adams, is due to hold talks in Washington today with President George W Bush's special envoy to Northern Ireland, Ambassador Mitchell Reiss. It is expected Mr Adams wil... Read On >>





Donaldson denies divisions within the DUPDonaldson denies divisions within the DUP
Tuesday, 9th November 2004

The Democratic Unionist MP, Jeffrey Donaldson, has denied there are any divisions within his party over a deal that would allow the restoration of power-sharing in Northern Ireland. Speaking on RTÉ... Read On >>





Extra €4 million funding for the gardaíExtra €4 million funding for the gardaí
Tuesday, 9th November 2004

The Minister for Justice, Michael McDowell, has announced an additional €4 million in funding for the gardaí between now and the end of the year. The money is to be spent on a range of anti-crime m... Read On >>





NRA to review crash barrier policyNRA to review crash barrier policy
Monday, 8th November 2004

The National Roads Authority has said it is going to review its policy of not routinely building crash barriers in the central reservations of motorways. This follows yesterday's crash on the M1 ne... Read On >>





Total decommissioning on table at North talksTotal decommissioning on table at North talks
Monday, 8th November 2004

RTÉ News has learned that recent behind-the-scenes negotiations involving the British and Irish governments, Sinn Féin and the DUP, included the prospect of decommissioning all IRA weapons by the end ... Read On >>





Hanafin admission is bad news, say principalsHanafin admission is bad news, say principals
Monday, 8th November 2004

The Primary Principals' Network has said the admission by the Minister for Education that the Government might not meet its target to reduce primary school class sizes is very bad news for parents and... Read On >>





Ahern and Blair in talks todayAhern and Blair in talks today
Friday, 5th November 2004

The Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, will hold talks with the British Prime Minister Tony Blair in Brussels this lunchtime. The two leaders will discuss ongoing problems in Northern Ireland and the conten... Read On >>





A & E campaigners to meet with HarneyA & E campaigners to meet with Harney
Friday, 5th November 2004

The hospital campaign group, Patients Together, will meet with the Tánaiste and Minister for Health, Mary Harney, this morning. The group, which is seeking improved Accident & Emergency services, h... Read On >>





PIRA PIRA 'less involved in violence'
Thursday, 4th November 2004

The Provisional IRA has scaled down its involvement in violence but has shown no signs of winding down its organisation, a report claimed today.

The four-member Independent Monitoring Commissi... Read On >>





Tánaiste pushed on SSIA medical card issueTánaiste pushed on SSIA medical card issue
Thursday, 4th November 2004

Ireland's health minister Tánaiste Mary Harney has been asked to clarify whether or not SSIA holders risk losing their medical cards. Minister for Social and Family Affairs Séamus Brennan has conf... Read On >>




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