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'Jail badger baiters' says [Environment Minister Sammy] Wilson, Feb 23rd
'Jobless Paddy' no longer jobless
'Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye' - 1820s anti-war song
'Joyriding' policemen suspended, Dec 12th
'Just resolution needed' - [Cardinal Sean] Brady
, July 12th
Jack Lynch the Lucky Feller (book review)
Jack Lynch, taoiseach
Jacob Cheshire wins Belfast marathon in record time
Jacob's Biscuit Factory during the Rising
Jail term warning for shining laser pens at aircraft
Jailed brothel keeper [Thomas Carroll] ordered to pay
Jailhouse blues for prison service, June 9th
James Chichester-Clark, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland 1969-71
James Connolly
James Connolly
James Connolly
James Connolly
James Connolly
James Connolly
James Connolly, 1916 and the 'blood sacrifice' myth
James Connolly: 1868 - 1916
James Connolly: For the Citizens Army
James Connolly: final statement
James Craig
James Craig, 1st Viscount Craigavon,_1st_Viscount_Craigavon
James Dillon
James Fintan Lalor
James Fintan Lalor
James FitzMaurice FitzGerald
James Hamilton
James Hamilton (picture)
James Hughes murder accused found dead in Dublin cell
James I Biography
James II
James II
James II
James II
James II (1685 - 1688 AD)
James II in Ireland
James II, king of England
James II, king of England, Scotland and Ireland (1633 - 1701)
James Kelly
James Larkin
James Larkin
James Mahoney's Account, 1847
James Molyneux, leader of the Ulster Unionist Party
James Mountain, Cork's first Fenian
James Prior, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland 1981 - 4
James Stephens
James Stephens
James Stephens
James Stephens (Fenian)
James Stephens and the Fenians
James Stephens is dead - 1901 newspaper article
James Whiteside: Lord Chief Justice of Ireland
James and William
Jane Barlow
January 1999 - May 2000,2763,219776,00.html
January 2003 - December 2004,12494,908880,00.html
Jean McConville
Jean McConville's daughter considers election
Jean McConville's remains found in Antrim, October 2003
Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship
Jed but not buried: US awaits twins
Jedward star stretchered off-stage after injury
Jeffrey Donaldson of the DUP's speech on how Northern Ireland is to be governed, July 2004
Jennifer Cardy accused Robert Black is multiple killer
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
Jessie J shocked by drinking at Trinity College Ball
Jews arrive in Ireland (Wikipedia)
Jews in Ireland (Wikipedia)
Jill Meagher's mother thanks public for support
Jim Allister fails in leaflet ban bid
Jim Wells responds to his re-tweet making fun of Irish
Joan Burton pledges no cuts to 'core' social welfare rates in Budget
Joan Burton regrets Roisin Shortall's decision to resign
Joan Burton says eurozone redemption fund may be created
JobBridge reaches target of 5,000 internships
Jobless increase by 75% in a year, March 18th
Jobless rate could hit 400,000 - Cowen, Feb 4th
Jobless youths 'sink into crime' [Reg Empey], September 20th
Jobs boost as 420 posts created
Jobs go at Troubles murder team, Dec 4th
Jobs initiative legislation goes through Dáil
Jobs threat as North shops to slash VAT, Nov 24th
Joe Brolly donates kidney to St Brigid's GAC coach
Joe Brolly kidney transplant to Shane Finnegan fails
Joe Keenan
Joe O'Sullivan and Reggie Dunne
John A Costello (Taoiseach 1948 - 1951)
John A. Costello
John Bolton's Irish adventure, June 18th
John Bruton, Irish ambassador to America
John Bruton, Taoiseach 1994 - 1997
John Bull's other island: the road to partition
John De Chasterlain, head of the Independent International Commission on Decommissioning
John Devoy
John Devoy (1842 - 1928)
John Devoy and America's Fight for Ireland's Freedom
John Dillon
John Drennan: Fine Gael on a course to govern by itself
John Drennan: elite dolebusters squad to tackle welfare cheats
John F. Kennedy and Ireland
John F. Kennedy in Ireland (1963)
John FitzGibbon, first Earl of Clare
John Gilligan handed further six-month sentence
John Gilligan reveals he drew dole
John Hume
John Hume
John Hume humbled by RTÉ's "Ireland's greatest" TV vote
John Hume, SDLP leader
John Hume, SDLP, receives papal honour in Londonderry
John Hume, leader of the SDLP
John Joe Nevin win guarantees Olympic medal
John Larkin abortion comments totally wrong - Sinn Fein
John M. Synge
John Magee 'ashamed' by abuse in Cloyne
John Major
John Major, British Prime Minister 1990 - 1997
John Mitchel
John Mitchel
John Mitchel (1815 - 1875)
John O'Dowd announces £173m funding for 18 new schools
John O'Mahony
John Redmond
John Redmond
John Redmond
John Redmond and Home Rule
John Redmond and the Irish Parliamentary Party
John Russell
John Wesley at Spartacus Schoolnet
John Wesley at Wikipedia
John Wesley in Dublin
John de Courcy
John de Courcy: Earl of Ulster
John's first visit to Ireland
Johnny Logan's winning song in Eurovision 1987, 'Hold Me Now'
Joint Communique of the BIIC, 1999
Joint Statement by Reverent Harold Good and Father Alec Reid on the Decommissioning of IRA weapons, September 2005
Joint declaration by the British and Irish governments on decommissioning, April 2003
Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift's 'A Modest Proposal'
Jonathan Swift's Political Beliefs
Jordanian Paralympic squad arrests over assault claim [in County Antrim]
Joseph Devlin, MP
Joseph Mary Plunkett
Joseph Plunkett
Journalist Greg Harkin gets warning over hacked emails
Journalist Mary Raftery dies aged 54
Joyce's hero mythicised: Charles Stewart Parnell
Judge Bernadette Kelly hits out at care home staff
Judge [Richard Johnson] - consider death penalty for some killers, November 16th
Judge asks why McCartney trial duo aren't facing murder charges, June 19th
Judge asks why McCartney trial duo aren't facing murder charges, June 19th
Judge considers McAleavey release, June 19th
Judge critises Michael O'Leary [of Ryanair] for lying
Judge orders Irish police to arrest Irish socialite, Feb 17th
Judge rejects $45m loan transfer appeal bid
Judge rules against Hazel Stewart appeal
Judge rules on pregnant asylum seeker case
Judge sorry for calling Tyrone people thick, May 22nd
Judge to rule on Real IRA case [regarding journalist Suzanne Breen], May 8th
Judge to rule on murdered Massereene soldiers case
Judgement in full (pdf file) - BBC
Judgement reserved in Omagh bomb civil appeal
Jump in stop and search power use, Feb 17th
Junior ministers appointed
Jurors shown footage of BBC bomb blast
Jury fails to reach verdict over garda death [Robbie McCallion]
Justice Minister David Ford defends supergrass laws
Justice Minister calls Prison Service report a 'watershed'
Justice call after Claudy report
Justice devolution deal possible as talks continue
Justice for Sean Hoey - Irish Freedom Committee
Justice for the Forgotten
Justice minister may look into the rehiring of RUC officers
Justice system 'favours wealthy'
Justice system 'ready' to change
Justice undone, July 9th
[John] McGuinness shocked over backbench return, April 23rd
[John] O'Donaghue uses resignation speech to defend own conduct, October 13th
[Justice Minister David] Ford denies 'blind eye' turned on UVF murder
[Justice Minister Dermot] Ahern receives child abuse report, July 21st
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