St Patrick & Sinn Fein

Saint Patrick (Primitive Irish: *Qatrikias; ; c. Sinn Féin is a left wing, Irish republican political party in Ireland. 1.0/5

St Patrick Sinn Fein Ulster Covenant Orange Order Ulster Unionist

Best of luck to the lads on St Patrick's Day from all in Carlow Sinn Fein
Sinn Fein parade call is rejected The assembly has rejected a Sinn Fein call for loyal order leaders to meet directly with nationalist residents groups over contentious parades. MLAs voted to accept an Ulster Unionist amendment recognising the loyal orders' "positive community contribution". Meanwhile a priest has said he is bewildered that the Orange Order will not talk directly with residents of Belfast's Carrick Hill. A parade on 29 September is due to pass St Patrick's Church. The march is part of events marking 100 years since the signing of the Ulster Covenant. On Monday, the Orange Order said it would not meet local residents, but said bands would only play hymns when passing St Patrick's Church. In a statement, Father Sheehan said: "I am very disappointed that the Carrick Hill Concerned Residents, who reached out with no objection to parades in principle or specific requirements for re-routing, will not be engaged with in any way. "The suggestion in the Order's statement that... bands passing St P ...
Today we remember Bernard O'Hagan Sinn Fein 1991. Bernard was born on 12 September 1953 in Belfast. He grew up in Newington with his three sisters and five brothers attending the Holy Family Primary School and the St Patrick's Barnagheeha. When he finished school he worked for over two years as a lorry driver then a bar man before heading to England to train in Newman College Birmingham to train as a teacher. Whilst training he developed a further interest in politics becoming involved in the trade union movement and organising student protests against cuts in eductaion funding. In his final year he met his wife Fiona and they married in 1980 and settled in Birmingham for a couple of years and had their daughter called Nuala. On returning to Ireland in January 1986 he took up his post as a lecturer in computer studies at Magherafelt Technical College. In May 1989 Bernard was elected as a Sinn Fein Councillor in Magherafelt working tirelessly for the people of the area. On the 16th September 1991 on arrivi ...
North Belfast Sinn Féin MLA Carál Ní Chuilín said that video evidence taken by a Sinn Féin activist at yesterday's morning Black Institution parade past St Patrick's Church showed clearly that the trouble began when a loyalist supporter pulled the banner from protesting residents.
Cllr Johnny Mc Gibbon has called on the people of the greater Aghagallon area to attend the public workshop on the regeneration plans for their village area. Speaking about the event which will take place on Thursday 23rd August at 7.30pm in St Patrick's Primary School, Aghagallon, the Loughside Cou...
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