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Police warning after tree blocks Co Armagh road

Police have issued a warning to motorists due to a fallen tree blocking a Co Armagh road.

Unionist anger after school tweet ‘hails IRA bomber as a role model’

Unionist anger after school tweet ‘hails IRA bomber as a role model’

Unionists have expressed anger after a school in Londonderry named the Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson its ‘past pupil of the day’.


Alleged TV thief was found hiding in attic

An alleged serial thief accused of stealing six television sets as part of a three-month crime spree was found hiding in an attic, the High Court heard yesterday.

Dolores O'Riordan

Applause as O'Riordan coffin is carried out of church to Cranberries song

Dolores O'Riordan's haunting voice filled the air as family and friends packed a small church in rural Ireland to say a final goodbye.
The Air Ambulance was tasked to the scene of the incident near Cabra. (Archive pic)

Police investigating sudden death of man in Co Down

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a man near Cabra in Co Down yesterday.

Northern Ireland Hospice adult facility in Belfast officially opened by HRH The Countess of Wessex.

Countess of Wessex gives NI Hospice building 'royal seal of approval'

Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex, has given the new £13m Northern Ireland Hospice building in Belfast a royal seal of approval.

Traffic and travel update

TRAFFIC ALERT: Rush hour delays on motorway after car breaks down

Motorists can expect some delays this evening after a report that a car has broken down on Belfast's Westlink.

Woman remains critical after serious two-vehicle crash

Woman remains critical after serious two-vehicle crash

A 58-year-old woman remains in a critical condition at Belfast’s Royal Victoria Hospital after a serious crash in Lurgan on Sunday.

The Mater Hospital in Belfast.  Photo: Jonathan Porter/Presseye

Patient who ‘tried to get at nurse’ in Mater Hospital jailed

An “aggressive” patient who tried to get at a nurse as she hid behind a door has been jailed for four months.

It is possible that the full range of services run by Translink may not be able to continue by 2019/2020

Fresh unease at transport budget

Fresh disquiet has been voiced about the state of the Province’s public transport system after renewed reports about possible threats to services.


Police appeal: did you witness two-vehicle motorway crash?

Police are appealing for information following an early morning two-vehicle road traffic collision on a Co Antrim motorway.

The ceasefire announcement by Oglaigh na hEireann has received a cautious welcome on both sides of the Irish border.

Oglaigh na hEireann: reaction to dissident republican group's ceasefire

The ceasefire announcement by Oglaigh na hEireann has received a cautious welcome on both sides of the Irish border.

E-Trax NI Irelands first KTM indoor motocross E-Park due to open in County Down in Spring 2018.

Ireland’s first indoor KTM electric motocross park to open in Moira

Plans are underway for the construction of a purpose-built indoor electric motocross park near Moira, using pioneering KTM Freeride E bikes to bring the off-road experience indoors.


IN PICTURES: The Countess of Wessex visits Mencap NI Children’s Centre in Belfast

The Countess toured the Mencap NI Children’s Centre in South Belfast today as part of a visit to Northern Ireland

Part of the drugs seizure by police.

Woman barred from contacting co-accused partner under bail terms

A Co Londonderry woman charged in connection with drugs seizures valued at £215,000 is barred from contacting her co-accused partner, a High Court judge ordered on Tuesday.

Eileen O'Riordan (centre) following the funeral of her daughter and The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan at Saint Ailbe's Church, Ballybricken.

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan mourned by hundreds at funeral

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan had a loving heart, a voice of gold and starred in the gig of life itself, mourners at her funeral have heard.

IN PICTURES: A look back at life in Northern Ireland - 1988

Examining the issues and images which shaped the news in Northern Ireland and beyond 30 years ago.

Planning approval has been granted for a North South Interconnector

North South Interconnector gets the green light

Almost a decade since the first planning application was lodged, civil servants within the Department for Infrastructure have granted approval for the North South Interconnector to increase the flow of electricity between the province and the Irish Republic.

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July 30th 2016. 

A masked and armed member of the republican dissident group Oglaigh na hEireann at a show of strength in the County Londonderry village of Park.

Republican paramilitary group must live up to ceasefire commitment: PSNI

The republican paramilitary group who today announced a ceasefire has been urged to live up to its commitment.

The warning was issued on Tuesday morning by the Met Office.

Met Office issues wind warning for parts of NI

The Met Office has issued a yellow status weather warning of wind for some parts of Northern Ireland.
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