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Galway Sinn Féin launches No campaign

Galway Sinn Féin will launch its campaign against the Fiscal Compact Treaty tomorrow at 8pm in the Carlton Hotel.

Republican Sinn Fein annual Easter event

The annual Easter Commemoration of Mayo Republican Sinn Féin will take place on Easter Monday at the East Mayo brigade monument on the main Sligo-Galway road.

New Sinn Féin cumann for Athenry

SINN FÉIN has established a new cumann in Athenry recently with local man Gabe Cronnelly elected as cumann cathaoirleach.

Galway Sinn Féin calls for no vote to EU Treaty

The EU’s Fiscal Compact Treaty, or Austerity Treaty, will be “of severe detriment to the Irish people” and the public must oppose it and vote no.

What sort of president do we need?

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We rarely have presidential elections in the State. If you are under 55, you will only have had the opportunity to vote in two such elections. Make the most of the rare opportunity next week, and have your say in voting for our next Head of State.

Coolbawn commemoration was twofold and not just a Sinn Fein event

To whom it may concern,

Local councillor elected to Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle

Athlone town councillor Paul Hogan was elected to the Sinnb Féin’s officer board at the party’s recent North Leinster Cuige AGM.

McGuinness elected as PAC chair

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Kilkenny Fianna Fáil TD John McGuinness has been elected to the Chair of the Dáil Public Accounts Committee.

Political debate on CRCfm

With the new Government fast approaching its first 100 days in office there will be much to discuss on Saturday Forum this week.

Irish natural resources must benefit the people – Ruane

Speaking at the launch of Sinn Fein's election proposals on natural resources, Mayo Sinn Féin election candidate Thérèse Ruane said that strong measures are required to ensure that Irish natural resources are used for the benefit of the people. Among the proposals announced today is a commitment to renegotiate existing oil and gas contracts including that held by Shell for the Corrib Gas field, to give the State a 51 per cent shareholding while increasing the levies to 48 per cent and royalties to 7.5 per cent.

 

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