Teach Dáithí Ó Conaill,
223 Sráid Pharnell,
BÁC 1, Éire.
RUC/PSNI have no place on a GAA pitch
We were outraged today to hear of the inclusion of an RUC/PSNI recruitment ad in yesterday’s All-Ireland Football Final match programme. This is a new low for the GAA, who have been steadily moving further and further away from the… Read More ›
Exports rise: at what cost?
Following on from dialogue with cattle farmers across county Wicklow, the Ruairí Ó Brádaigh/ Maolmhuire Ó Raghallaigh Cumann of Republican Sinn Féin released the following statement: The news broke earlier in the year that a return to live exports of… Read More ›
Liam Lynch remembered in Cork by RSF.
Veteran Republican Dan Hoban from County Mayo delivers his oration at the 90th Anniversary commemoration for IRA Chief of Staff, Liam Lynch who was killed by Free State forces during the second defense of the Republic. A full report will… Read More ›
RSF Galway information stall
Republican Sinn Féin activists in Galway City were active on the streets over the weekend with their regular information stall on Shop Street. For more information see: http://www.rsf-gaillimh.com
RSF Wexford hold picket for POWs
On Saturday the 14th of September Cumann Padraig o Pearaill held a succesful picket in Wexfords historic bullring to highlight the cause of political hostage Martin Corey. Many leaflets were handed out and a good reception from the public was… Read More ›
Oppose British industrial wind farms in Irish midlands
[R . S . F news] Irish Republican Information Service (no. 318)
Irish Republican Information Service (no. 318) Teach Dáithí Ó Conaill, 223 Parnell Street, Dublin 1, Ireland Phone: +353-1-872 9747; FAX: +353-1-872 9757; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet resources maintained by SAOIRSE-Irish Freedom http://saoirse.info In this issue: Free State invitation to British to… Read More ›
SAOIRSE, September 2013 edition.
The September 2013 edition of SAOIRSE: The Voice of the Republican Movement is now on sale and will be sold by RSF activists right throughout Ireland. This months heading exposes for the second year in a row that fact that… Read More ›
Cuimhnigh linn Óglach Michael Kane inniú.
Michael was originally from the New Lodge area of North Belfast. After leaving school he learned the trade of French-polishing, subsequently setting up a business in the Short Strand area of the city. In his spare time he loved to… Read More ›
Tá Fiann James Templeton in ár smaointe ar an lá seo.
Today is the 38th anniversary of his death. The Templeton family lived on the Lower Ormeau Road in South Belfast. They were a family of five, with James, his parents and his two sisters. He received his education locally, and… Read More ›