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The Irish Times
Hunger strikes put in context: a visit to Irish Republican History Museumput at the forefront of the museum (the first exhibition is a reconstruction of
Hunger strikes put in context: a visit to Irish Republican History Museum
The Irish Times / Posted 6 hours ago
put at the forefront of the museum (the first exhibition is a reconstruction of Hickey’s own prison cell), but a display of Orange Order and UVF paraphernalia, rescued from the now-defunct People’s Museum on the Shankill, nestles between cases of... Read more
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U TV
Third attack on Orange Hall in three monthsRoad, and was previously attacked twice in a two-day period in February of this
Third attack on Orange Hall in three months
U TV / Posted yesterday
Road, and was previously attacked twice in a two-day period in February of this year, with doors and windows damaged. An Orange Order spokesperson said that the hall had been vandalised by "bigots". “Once again Strawletterdallon has been... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Third attack this year on Co Tyrone Orange Hallof Wednesday morning . A door was also damaged. There were two similar attacks
Third attack this year on Co Tyrone Orange Hall
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
of Wednesday morning . A door was also damaged. There were two similar attacks at the rural property in February. An Orange Order spokesman said: "Once again Strawletterdallon has been attacked by vandals who have nothing to offer society,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Third attack on Co Tyrone Strawletterdallon Orange Hall in three monthshours of Wednesday morning. The latest incident follows two similar attacks on
Third attack on Co Tyrone Strawletterdallon Orange Hall in three months
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
hours of Wednesday morning. The latest incident follows two similar attacks on the Plumbridge Road hall in February. An Orange Order spokesman condemned the latest incident, accusing the perpetrators of waging a “hate campaign”. He said: “Once... Read more
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U TV
Orange Hall attacked third time in three monthson the Plumbridge Road and was attacked twice in two days in February of this y
Orange Hall attacked third time in three months
U TV / Posted yesterday
on the Plumbridge Road and was attacked twice in two days in February of this year, with doors and windows damaged. An Orange Order spokesperson said that the Hall had been vandlaised by ‘bigots.’ “Once again Strawletterdallon has been... Read more
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Torontoist
1916 Easter Rising in Dublin: Toronto Reactsstill had to deal with accusations of disloyalty. Toronto in particular was dom
1916 Easter Rising in Dublin: Toronto Reacts
Torontoist / Posted 10 days ago
still had to deal with accusations of disloyalty. Toronto in particular was dominated culturally and politically by the Orange Order, a hyper-Protestant association of Irish import that controlled city patronage. The staunch British Imperial... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Huge security presence sees 1916 Easter Rising march in Belfast passes off peacefullyparade through Belfast city centre yesterdayA loyalist protester reactsPolice o
Huge security presence sees 1916 Easter Rising march in Belfast passes off peacefully
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
parade through Belfast city centre yesterdayA loyalist protester reactsPolice outside CastleCourt shopping centreOrange Order parade makes its way down Royal AvenueRepublican marchers hold photographs of the Easter Rising leadersA line of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Murdered Belfast cabbie McGibbon's widow Joanne pens remarkable message of thanks to Protestant neighboursnice if our children could have a brighter future." Joanne is understood to ha
Murdered Belfast cabbie McGibbon's widow Joanne pens remarkable message of thanks to Protestant neighbours
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
nice if our children could have a brighter future." Joanne is understood to have been appreciative of the gesture by the Orange Order to suspend its nightly protest at Twaddell Avenue on Thursday - the day Michael was laid to rest after Requiem... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Huge security presence sees 1916 Easter Rising march in Belfast pass off peacefullyparade through Belfast city centre yesterdayA loyalist protester reactsPolice o
Huge security presence sees 1916 Easter Rising march in Belfast pass off peacefully
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
parade through Belfast city centre yesterdayA loyalist protester reactsPolice outside CastleCourt shopping centreOrange Order parade makes its way down Royal AvenueRepublican marchers hold photographs of the Easter Rising leadersA line of... Read more
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11d
Belfast Telegraph
Heavy policing operation for republican parade on Sunday was 'proportionate' say policemorning as republicans staged an Easter Rising parade. Another security operat
Heavy policing operation for republican parade on Sunday was 'proportionate' say police
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
morning as republicans staged an Easter Rising parade. Another security operation took place on Sunday afternoon as an Orange Order parade took place through Belfast city centre. Both passed off without incident. This evening the PSNI has... Read more
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11d
Belfast Telegraph
Orange widows remembered during Belfast paradeOf Belfast Loyal Orange Widow's Fund paraded through Belfast city centre on Sun
Orange widows remembered during Belfast parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Of Belfast Loyal Orange Widow's Fund paraded through Belfast city centre on Sunday. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye An Orange Order parade in memory of their brethren's widows took place in Belfast on Sunday afternoon. A number of Belfast... Read more
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11d
Belfast Telegraph
Ring of steel erected in Belfast city centre for republican parademark the centenary of the rebellion in which Irish republicans attempted to ove
Ring of steel erected in Belfast city centre for republican parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
mark the centenary of the rebellion in which Irish republicans attempted to overthrow British rule by force. Meanwhile an Orange Order parade is due to take place on Royal Avenue on Sunday afternoon. The City of Belfast Loyal Orange Widows' Fund... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tweet that 'SDLP woman had face like back of van' lands school principal Burns in centre of cyberbully stormproduced a controversial report on dealing with the legacy of the Troubles. La
Tweet that 'SDLP woman had face like back of van' lands school principal Burns in centre of cyberbully storm
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
produced a controversial report on dealing with the legacy of the Troubles. Last July he praised the outreach work of the Orange Order, and defended the organisation after complaints that a tricolour was not flown at the reopening of its Belfast... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Irish media hostile to Catholics, says ex PSNI watchdog chief O'Loanat the height of a loyalist protest. The demonstrations from 1996 to 1998 were
Irish media hostile to Catholics, says ex PSNI watchdog chief O'Loan
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
at the height of a loyalist protest. The demonstrations from 1996 to 1998 were in response to nationalist objections to Orange Order parades through Dunloy, and often turned violent. In her previous role as Police Ombudsman, Baroness O'Loan... Read more
17d
The News and Star
Carlisle comes to standstill as Orange Order parade takes placeThe streets of Cumbria came to a standstill when the Orange Order held a parade
Carlisle comes to standstill as Orange Order parade takes place
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
The streets of Cumbria came to a standstill when the Orange Order held a parade. Around 200 Orangemen from across northern England and Scotland, including a band from Larkhall near Glasgow, marched from next to Carlisle Castle. They finished beside... Read more
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heraldscotland
In the Hot Seat: Welcome to RuthLand - a world of Red, White and Blueof her fellow Unionists and that nervous ventriloquist’s rictus is back in flas
In the Hot Seat: Welcome to RuthLand - a world of Red, White and Blue
heraldscotland / Posted 18 days ago
of her fellow Unionists and that nervous ventriloquist’s rictus is back in flash. Would you accept an endorsement from the Orange Order if it said Vote Conservative? “Well, we never have done before. We’ve never sought it. I don’t think they do... Read more
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heraldscotland
Sunday Herald Holyrood Hot Seat Interview Welcome to RuthLand - a world of Red, White and Blue where the union will last foreverof her fellow Unionists and that nervous ventriloquist’s rictus is back in flas
Sunday Herald Holyrood Hot Seat Interview Welcome to RuthLand - a world of Red, White and Blue where the union will last forever
heraldscotland / Posted 18 days ago
of her fellow Unionists and that nervous ventriloquist’s rictus is back in flash. Would you accept an endorsement from the Orange Order if it said Vote Conservative? “Well, we never have done before. We’ve never sought it. I don’t think they do... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Drunken teenager jailed over Woodvale/Twaddell Belfast riotingcider before taking part in violence By Ashleigh McDonald Pictured is police
Drunken teenager jailed over Woodvale/Twaddell Belfast rioting
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
cider before taking part in violence By Ashleigh McDonald Pictured is police riot officers dealing with violence at the Orange order parade as it reaches its stopping point on the Woodvale road in North Belfast, Northern Ireland. Picture by... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Canon Ernest Long: Leading figure in both Church of Ireland and the Orange Order Canon Ernest LongAt the Museum of Orange Heritage with Edward Stevenson and t
Canon Ernest Long: Leading figure in both Church of Ireland and the Orange Order
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Canon Ernest LongAt the Museum of Orange Heritage with Edward Stevenson and the Rev Stanley Gamble Canon Ernest Long, who has died at the age of 102, was a long-term... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Businesses counting the cost of St Patrick's Day festivitiesmust devise a balanced approach that will prove celebration-friendly, trader-fr
Businesses counting the cost of St Patrick's Day festivities
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
must devise a balanced approach that will prove celebration-friendly, trader-friendly and tourist-friendly. If the Orange Order can do this effectively, surely those celebrating St Patrick's Day can do so with dignity, enjoyment and mutual... Read more
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U TV
Orange lodges mark 1,000 days at TwaddellThe camp, which was set up after a Parades Commission ruling banned the Orange
Orange lodges mark 1,000 days at Twaddell
U TV / Posted 27 days ago
The camp, which was set up after a Parades Commission ruling banned the Orange Order from returning along a controversial stretch of the Crumlin Road in Ardoyne. There were violent scenes on the Woodvale Road on 12 July 2013 as police upheld the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Twaddell protest - Orange Order marks 1,000 days with band paradeVideo: Hundreds of people turned out for a parade to mark 1,000 nights of a l
Twaddell protest - Orange Order marks 1,000 days with band parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Video: Hundreds of people turned out for a parade to mark 1,000 nights of a loyalist protest at Twaddell Avenue in north Belfast. Three Orange lodges were refused permission to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
1,000 days and £18m in policing costs later, the Orange Order is still defiant at Camp Twaddell Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye Belfast , UK - April 07, Pictured is George
1,000 days and £18m in policing costs later, the Orange Order is still defiant at Camp Twaddell
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye Belfast , UK - April 07, Pictured is George Chittick during the 1000th day parade held at Twaddell in North Belfast on... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order marks 1,000 days of Twaddell protest with band paradeVideo: The loyalist protest over a 2013 Parades Commission decision to restri
Orange Order marks 1,000 days of Twaddell protest with band parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Video: The loyalist protest over a 2013 Parades Commission decision to restrict an Orange march in north Belfast has reached its 1,000th day. Three Orange lodges were refused... Read more
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U TV
Orange lodges mark 1,000 days of TwaddellThe camp, which was set up after a Parades Commission ruling banned the Orange
Orange lodges mark 1,000 days of Twaddell
U TV / Posted 27 days ago
The camp, which was set up after a Parades Commission ruling banned the Orange Order from returning along a controversial stretch of the Crumlin Road in Ardoyne. There were violent scenes on the Woodvale Road on 12 July 2013 as police upheld the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Twaddell protest: Orange Order marks 1,000 days of protest, £18m spent on policing By Claire Williamson Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye Belfast , UK - April 0
Twaddell protest: Orange Order marks 1,000 days of protest, £18m spent on policing
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
By Claire Williamson Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye Belfast , UK - April 07, Pictured is George Chittick during the 1000th day parade held at Twaddell in North... Read more
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U TV
‘Over £20m’ to police Twaddell protestThursday marked the 1,000th day of protest at the camp, which was set up after
‘Over £20m’ to police Twaddell protest
U TV / Posted 28 days ago
Thursday marked the 1,000th day of protest at the camp, which was set up after a Parades Commission ruling banned the Orange Order from returning along a controversial stretch of the Crumlin Road in Ardoyne. There were violent scenes on the Woodvale... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order marks 1,000th day of Twelfth Twaddell protest - over £18m spent on policing By Claire Williamson Twaddell AvenueA protestor at Twaddell AvenueLoyalist p
Orange Order marks 1,000th day of Twelfth Twaddell protest - over £18m spent on policing
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
By Claire Williamson Twaddell AvenueA protestor at Twaddell AvenueLoyalist protest in the Woodvale area of north BelfastGerald Solinas, left, and James Small... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Almost 40 witnesses contact Police Ombudsman office over Orange Order parade CS Spray incident Renewed witness appeal launched The scene at Ormeau Road on Tuesday night as
Almost 40 witnesses contact Police Ombudsman office over Orange Order parade CS Spray incident
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
Renewed witness appeal launched The scene at Ormeau Road on Tuesday night as CS spray was used Almost 40 people have contacted the Police Ombudsman's... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Loyalists meet PSNI over 'two-tier policing' in wake of Orange Order Ormeau parade CS spray debacle Loyalists protest outside Musgrave Police Station ahead of a meeting with the
Loyalists meet PSNI over 'two-tier policing' in wake of Orange Order Ormeau parade CS spray debacle
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
Loyalists protest outside Musgrave Police Station ahead of a meeting with the PSNI about the clashes at Ormeau last weekLoyalists protest outside... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Kincora: Why London must not be allowed to suppress the awful truththe paedophile rings connected to the home did not just involve a few old perve
Kincora: Why London must not be allowed to suppress the awful truth
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
the paedophile rings connected to the home did not just involve a few old perverts who happened to be members of the Orange Order. It raises the possibility that the web of abusers reached deeper into the middle-class professions, such as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Why London must not be allowed to suppress the awful truth about Kincorathe paedophile rings connected to the home did not just involve a few old perve
Why London must not be allowed to suppress the awful truth about Kincora
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
the paedophile rings connected to the home did not just involve a few old perverts who happened to be members of the Orange Order. It raises the possibility that the web of abusers reached deeper into the middle-class professions, such as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Optician told me I could have been blinded, says boy in police CS gas rowof the incident crying "I can't see" after the gas was dispensed by an officer.
Optician told me I could have been blinded, says boy in police CS gas row
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
of the incident crying "I can't see" after the gas was dispensed by an officer. The incident happened during a Junior Orange Order parade on the Ormeau Road on Tuesday evening. Trouble developed when an officer tried to stop bandsmen brushing... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Gowan was county's bench bosstoday's Toronto. Then he revived Stittsville's dormant Orange Lodge (LOL 210) a
Gowan was county's bench boss
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 1 months ago
today's Toronto. Then he revived Stittsville's dormant Orange Lodge (LOL 210) and was soon a grand secretary in the Loyal Orange Order, gaining a bit of political influence with the Anglo-Irish crowd in Upper Canada. By 1839, Gowan had finally... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Gowan was county's bench bosstoday's Toronto. Then he revived Stittsville's dormant Orange Lodge (LOL 210) a
Gowan was county's bench boss
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 1 months ago
today's Toronto. Then he revived Stittsville's dormant Orange Lodge (LOL 210) and was soon a grand secretary in the Loyal Orange Order, gaining a bit of political influence with the Anglo-Irish crowd in Upper Canada. By 1839, Gowan had finally... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Gowan was county's bench bosstoday's Toronto. Then he revived Stittsville's dormant Orange Lodge (LOL 210) a
Gowan was county's bench boss
Barrie Examiner / Posted 1 months ago
today's Toronto. Then he revived Stittsville's dormant Orange Lodge (LOL 210) and was soon a grand secretary in the Loyal Orange Order, gaining a bit of political influence with the Anglo-Irish crowd in Upper Canada. By 1839, Gowan had finally... Read more
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U TV
Chief Con ‘stands by’ handling of Ormeau paradepoliceman or calling for action to be taken against him to cease now,” he said.
Chief Con ‘stands by’ handling of Ormeau parade
U TV / Posted 1 months ago
policeman or calling for action to be taken against him to cease now,” he said. “It won’t work and it won’t solve the problem.” The incident appears to have damaged relations between the Orange Order and the police just ahead of the marching seas... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
12-old boy speaks about being caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau ParadeVideo: 12-year-old boy speaks about being caught up in CS spray incident at Ora
12-old boy speaks about being caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau Parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Video: 12-year-old boy speaks about being caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau Parade A 12-year-old boy has described how he was sprayed with CS spray at an Orange Order youth parade and says he is speaking out to prevent of any... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'I was lucky I didn't lose my sight' says 12-old boy caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau Parade'I was lucky I didn't lose my sight' says 12-year-old boy caught up in CS spray
'I was lucky I didn't lose my sight' says 12-old boy caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau Parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
'I was lucky I didn't lose my sight' says 12-year-old boy caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau Parade Christian King (12) speaks to the media with his Father George King, following the incident where CS spray was deployed by a PSNI... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ormeau parade: DUP councillor shared image of police officer and branded PSNI officers 'bootboys' over Junior Orange Order Parade A 26-year-old man was charged with two counts of assault on police and disord
Ormeau parade: DUP councillor shared image of police officer and branded PSNI officers 'bootboys' over Junior Orange Order Parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
A 26-year-old man was charged with two counts of assault on police and disorderly behaviour.Police make an arrest on... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster says Northern Ireland 'doesn't have two tier policing system but there are concerns out there'policing system but there are concerns out there' Mrs Foster's comments come a
Arlene Foster says Northern Ireland 'doesn't have two tier policing system but there are concerns out there'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
policing system but there are concerns out there' Mrs Foster's comments come after an officer used CS spray at a Junior Orange Order parade By Claire Williamson Police approach the Orange Order parade on the Ormeau RoadPolice make an arrest on... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
DUP councillor shared image of PSNI officer and branded them 'bootboys' over Junior Orange Order Parade A 26-year-old man was charged with two counts of assault on police and disord
DUP councillor shared image of PSNI officer and branded them 'bootboys' over Junior Orange Order Parade
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
A 26-year-old man was charged with two counts of assault on police and disorderly behaviour.Police make an arrest on the Ormeau Road.Police at... Read more
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