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Northern Ireland talks adjourn in LondonNorthern Ireland talks adjourn in London
Thursday, 28th October 2004

Talks between Irish and British government officials and two of Northern Ireland's political parties, the DUP and Sinn Féin, adjourned in London last night. It is understood that while some progre... Read On >>

Priests want celibacy rule removed - surveyPriests want celibacy rule removed - survey
Thursday, 28th October 2004

Most diocesan Catholic priests want the Vatican to drop its ban on them marrying, according to a survey by the 'Irish Catholic' newspaper. However, most clergy say abolishing the rule will not inc... Read On >>

British govt backs up general over IRA disarmamentBritish govt backs up general over IRA disarmament
Wednesday, 27th October 2004

The British government has total confidence in disarmament body chief General John de Chastelain's role in verifying any future move on IRA weapons, a junior minister insisted today. Northern Irel... Read On >>

Severe weather closes in on south and eastSevere weather closes in on south and east
Wednesday, 27th October 2004

Homes and businesses in the south and east of Ireland are being warned to batten down the hatches as a storm front moves up from the Bay of Biscay. Heavy rain and storm-force winds have already st... Read On >>

UPRG to meet with MurphyUPRG to meet with Murphy
Wednesday, 27th October 2004

A loyalist delegation is set to hold talks with Northern Ireland's Secretary of State. The Ulster Political Research Group, which is connected to the UDA, will meet Paul Murphy next week. Sour... Read On >>

Crime down in RepublicCrime down in Republic
Tuesday, 26th October 2004

Crime is down seven per cent in the Irish Republic, according to figures from June to September.

Murder is down nine per cent while the amount of aggravated sexual assault has fallen by 13 per... Read On >>

Bishop backs Bishop backs 'gay' partner rights
Tuesday, 26th October 2004

A senior catholic bishop says he sees no problem with giving civil partnership rights to gay couples living in Ireland. Bishop of Killaloe, Dr Willie Walsh says homosexuality is neither a sin nor ... Read On >>

DUP MP welcomes Ulster Unionist challengeDUP MP welcomes Ulster Unionist challenge
Tuesday, 26th October 2004

Democratic Unionist deputy leader Peter Robinson today welcomed the prospect of a head-to-head battle with former Stormont economy minister Sir Reg Empey for his Westminster seat. The Ulster Unioni... Read On >>

Ahern Ahern 'backs Finucane stance'
Friday, 22nd October 2004

The wife and family of the murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane have held talks with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern. They discussed the proposed inquiry into Mr Finucane's killing with Mr Ahern in Dublin... Read On >>

Graphic images for fag packets?Graphic images for fag packets?
Friday, 22nd October 2004

Graphic images of rotten lungs and a dead body could feature on cigarette packets sold in Ireland from next year. The pictures unveiled by European Health Commissioner David Byrne are the next sta... Read On >>

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