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The unity conversation is gaining momentum. So what’s next?

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Sinn Féin’s ultimate aim is to build an Ireland of equals. This will only be achieved by getting rid of Partition, reuniting our country, and achieving full national independence.

Unity conversation is gaining momentum. So what’s next, asks Sinn Fein MEP

Sinn Féin’s ultimate aim is to build an Ireland of Equals. This will only be achieved by getting rid of partition, reuniting our country and achieving full national independence.

Blissful summer temperatures abound as Fianna Fáil election review awaits publication

Hello to all the Advertiser readers.

Cheerful thoughts of annual festive family interactions as vaccine positivity emerges

What a marvellous weekend of sports we had, and all available on TV. It was really a great indulgence, but I spent ages looking at the ones I was following.

Local Green Party Councillor appointed Heritage spokesperson

Local Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, has been appointed to the role of Heritage spokesperson for the political party.

Fondly remembering a peace maker as General Election campaign gathers momentum

I must begin this column by talking about the late Seamus Mallon who passed away over the last week.

General Election campaign in full flow as former President takes the walk of life

Election 2020 is in full throttle daily. Fair dues to the radio stations, they are giving it great coverage. Each day we have the different debates, the different manifestos, where the leaders will be, what they will be discussing, and of course there is the ongoing drama of what could be the latest row between the leaders, Leo and Micheál.

Naughten confirms poster free general election campaign

Former Minister for the Environment, Denis Naughten TD, has confirmed that he will contest the general election without the use of posters.

Undecided on Eighth Amendment deserve better than current debate

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Two groups intended to be representative of Irish people - the Citizens’ Assembly and the Oireachtas Committee – went in with different views on abortion and were exposed to a calm and reasoned debate that got into the nuance, difficulties, and reality of the 8th amendment. Both groups came out with a strong majority in favour of a Yes vote.

Tragedy in the US makes political issues pale in significance

So many dreadful things appear to be happening throughout the world now.

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