As a former banker with double-figures boardroom and advisory posts on his CV, Frank Cushnahan has a reputation as one of the best-connected businessmen in Northern Ireland.
A woman abused while resident at a children’s home in the North was left suicidal after telling her story before a public inquiry.
Many bereaved victims of the North’s conflict decided not to apply for financial help after those that did were left stressed and frustrated, the region’s largest victims group has claimed.
An inspector of the criminal justice system will become the North's next police ombudsman, it was revealed today.
The number of households intimidated from their homes by racists in the North has doubled in four years, it was revealed today.
Police in the North have come under attack for the second consecutive night as violence flared following Orange Order parades in Belfast.
The Noth's political parties appointed their new power-sharing government today – with Sinn Féin replacing its entire ministerial team.
The North’s next first minister should be a unionist, Peter Robinson said.
The level of intimidation by paramilitaries in the North is on the increase, it was revealed today.
AN inquiry is due to be held into historic institutional child abuse in the North, the ministerial executive said yesterday.
An inquiry will be held into historic institutional child abuse in the North, the ministerial Executive said today.
Gerry Kelly received a death threat from loyalists today.
Peter Robinson received unanimous backing from Democratic Unionist members of the Northern Ireland Assembly today following the loss of his East Belfast Westminster seat.
The North’s leading politicians Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness promised a new spirit of partnership today, despite their famously frosty relationship.
A public inquiry into how a convicted sex offender set fire to his home and killed his family was called for today by the Northern Ireland Assembly.
The North’s First Minister Peter Robinson accused Sinn Féin today of moving backwards in crunch talks to resolve the policing and justice dispute.
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has received a death threat from loyalists, it was revealed today.
The North’s beleaguered First Minister was attempting to clear his name tonight after insisting he did not know of his wife’s irregular financial dealings with her teenage lover.
Christmas funding for conflict victims in the North will only help 6% of those suffering, it was claimed today.
Martin McGuinness tonight revealed a meeting with Taoiseach Brian Cowen over the transferring of policing and powers was constructive.
The British and Irish governments were today told they must "step up to the plate" to prevent a crisis in the North's power-sharing government.
Members of the Stormont committee examining the devolution of policing powers from Westminster today demanded sight of the financial deal that British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is offering to support the move.
The SDLP today announced a wide-ranging reshuffle of its Assembly team.
Former Northern Ireland chief constable Jack Hermon was buried today after his death in a nursing home on Thursday.
Economic growth has fallen to its lowest level since the 1980’s, the Economy Minister in the North warned today.
The appointment of the North’s first Victims’ Commission will be subject to legal challenge, it was revealed today.
Concerns for the future of the North's power-sharing Government heightened today after a senior politician said the Assembly may need to be recalled from summer recess.
More than 100,000 children are living in poverty in the North, a shock report from an Assembly committee revealed today.
European legislation granting equality to homosexuals has left the North’s First and Deputy First Ministers at loggerheads, it was claimed today.
Unionists are fed up with having the Irish language thrown in their faces at the Assembly, Stormont heard today.
Criticism of delays in appointing a Victims’ Commissioner for the North is political point-scoring, the government said today.
The appointment of a police widow as the North’s interim victims’ commissioner was designed to placate the DUP, a report confirmed today.
The North’s First Minister Ian Paisley today refused to give the Assembly an assurance his son will have no role in bringing forward legislation in relation to gays and lesbians.
A Minister in the Northern Ireland Executive was under pressure tonight to apologise for allegedly saying he was repulsed by gays and lesbians.
Millions of pounds are being sucked out of the Northern Ireland Executive’s budget in administrative costs because the government is too big, one of its ministers claimed today.
The Northern Ireland Police Service tonight denied a ban on disabled people joining the police amounted to discrimination.
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