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Sean Garland remembers his life-long comrade Tomás Mac Giolla, “despite the passing of time it will be many a long day before we forget Tomás MacGiolla and his unique and lasting contribution to our Party and society”.

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Opinion

Revelations about the goings-on at Tallaght Hospital have once again laid bare the reality of Ireland’s two-tier health system, where lower earning members of the working class must take their chances in an underfunded, demoralised public system, while those with private insurance are fast-tracked, Francis Donohue reports.

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Opinion

Seosamh O Cuaig, Comhairleoir Contae agus comhalta tofa ar Udarás na Gaeltachta Tá  geamaireacht eile fós ar siúl faoin nGaeilge  anois – Plean 20 Bliain mar dhea. Sé Eamon O Cuív an príomhaisteoir agus ar ndóigh tá aisteoirí cúnta aige – na heagraíochtaí Gaeilge a bhfuil an biorán suain curtha aige iontu le

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Left DebateOpinion

Labour Councillor, Cian O’Callaghan writes on the need for clarity, co-operation and analysis on the left

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News Features

Veteran socialist Seán Garland, 76, faces extradition to the United States on the basis of untested allegations compiled by the US intelligence services during the government of George W. Bush.

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Interviews

Kevin Brannigan meets the country’s leading trade unionist, SIPTU General President Jack O’Connor, who relates how a life dedicated to socialist politics has led him from youthful Trotskyism to a belief that a untied Labour movement is the only force that will bring progressive social change to Ireland and how, along the way, he has become the right wing media’s number one hate figure.

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News

LEAKED BNP accounts show the party’s links to a pro-life Businessman from Northern Ireland who it is believed virtually owns the fascist party.

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Opinion

Majority of republic’s schools have a catholic ethos, Mary Diskin writes.

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News

Communities across the Country are preparing to meet the government head- on over plans to introduce water charges. Families hard-hit by the recession will face new charges that could soar to over €1000 according to campaigners, who say people can’t and won’t pay this double-tax.

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NewsWorld

MAJOR US cities including New York, Washington, Atlanta and New Orleans have levels of economic inequality rivalling African cities, according to a recent UN report.

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