Wed, 25 Mar, 2020
The posters use a picture of Peadar Heffron along with a warning that anyone thinking of joining the police could suffer similar injuries.
Wed, 12 Feb, 2020
Robert Hume, author of The Hidden Lives of Jack the Ripper’s Victims, unearths the extraordinary rags-to-riches-to-rags tale of Mary Jane Kelly (‘Ginger’), who fell prey to the infamous killer
Sun, 27 Oct, 2019
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has said that if there was the political will the issues that led to the fall of the Stormont Assembly could be “sorted out in one hour.”
Thu, 25 Apr, 2019
A £10,000 sterling reward has been offered for information about the murder of Lyra McKee.
Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin said police believe more than one person was involved in the shooting.
Fri, 19 Apr, 2019
Kieran Conway from Dublin said the attacks were "not sanctioned" by the IRA and public outrage at the attacks "nearly destroyed" the group.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
It was the day after the first RTÉ Claire Byrne debate on the abortion referendum, which had turned into a shouting match: The anti-abortion side had hijacked the programme.
Fri, 21 Sep, 2018
The BBC has apologised for a presenter's reference to Londonderry GAA during a Sunday sport bulletin.
Tue, 30 Jan, 2018
The Dalai Lama has called for a denuclearised world and warned force would not solve the North Korean crisis.
Mon, 11 Sep, 2017
The New IRA has developed a different kind of highly dangerous explosive bomb, the PSNI have warned.
Fri, 01 Sep, 2017
The operator of a care home ordered to shut down by inspectors has vowed to keep its doors open.
Fri, 25 Aug, 2017
A toddler was sleeping in a house when at least two gunshots were fired through the front windows, police said.
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017
Sat, 03 Jun, 2017
Martin McGuinness had a commanding role in IRA violence but his contribution to peace will be long remembered, writes Political Editor Daniel McConnell
Wed, 22 Mar, 2017
Update: Northern Ireland's political leaders have cast their ballots in the region's snap election.
Thu, 02 Mar, 2017
Police in the North are fighting more than 100 organised crime gangs, MLAs have heard.
Thu, 24 Nov, 2016
Wed, 16 Nov, 2016
From Florida to Ennistymon, with the divided street of Belfast in between, Ed Randolph has made an impression wherever he pitched up to play basketball. Just like his son, and Republic of Ireland keeper, Darren, writes Kieran Shannon.
Sun, 15 Nov, 2015
Good evening. Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
Tue, 11 Aug, 2015
Good afternoon. Here’s all the news you need to know this lunchtime.
The Ulster Unionist Party has described proposals to change the official name of Londonderry to Derry as “divisive and unnecessary”.
Sat, 25 Jul, 2015
What’s in a name?
THE work of the Ordnance Survey in Ireland between 1824 and 1842 was both immense and controversial.
Sat, 04 Apr, 2015
Army bomb squad officers were called out almost every day in the North within the space of a year, new figures have revealed.
Fri, 24 Oct, 2014
Cork City Hall is to host a major MTV event later this year, it has been confirmed.
Thu, 25 Sep, 2014
For fear we may never see his likes again, should we not seek a sample of Christy Moore’s DNA and put it in a time capsule?
Mon, 07 Jul, 2014
A legal challenge is likely if Northern Ireland is left as the only part of the UK without marriage rights for same-sex couples, Amnesty International has warned.
Tue, 29 Apr, 2014
British Prime Minister David Cameron wants the use of premium rate telephone helplines for flooding victims to be ended “as quickly as it possibly can be”, Downing Street has said.
Mon, 03 Feb, 2014
Police have warned that the docks area close to Belfast city centre could flood in a tidal surge later today, but have expressed hope that serious flooding in the east of the city may now be prevented.
Fri, 03 Jan, 2014
Security measures are being ramped up in Belfast city centre following an explosion outside a busy restaurant that could have killed festive revellers.
Sat, 14 Dec, 2013
A bomb that exploded outside a busy restaurant in Belfast city centre following a misleading telephone warning could have killed or maimed festive revellers, a police commander has said.
A blank gallery where people engage in conversations about the economy and a huge naked humanoid figure are to battle it out for the UK’s best-known art award, the Turner Prize.
Tue, 22 Oct, 2013
The dilapidated offices where plans for the Titanic were drawn up are to be re-opened as part of a £5m (€5.9m) regeneration project.
Fri, 11 Oct, 2013
The world-famous poet, Seamus Heaney who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1995, passed away today at 74 years of age.
Fri, 30 Aug, 2013
Terrorists who prepared to launch two mortar explosives in south Armagh had planned to kill police officers, a senior commander said today.
Thu, 29 Aug, 2013
Derry is to enter a yacht in the longest ocean race on the planet, it has been revealed.
Mon, 05 Aug, 2013
Politicians in Northern Ireland today backed a motion which described a ban on a controversial Orange Order parade as “illogical”.
Tue, 16 Jul, 2013
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Sun, 14 Jul, 2013
A controversial Orange Order parade on a disputed stretch of road separating loyalists and nationalists in north Belfast has passed off without major incident.
Fri, 12 Jul, 2013
Killings by British troops in Northern Ireland are to be re-examined after a major report claimed investigators were not rigorous enough in their questioning of members of the security forces.
Wed, 03 Jul, 2013
British Government plans to tear down all of the North’s peace walls within 10 years are ambitious, according to an organisation that has worked with interface communities for the past year.
Tue, 04 Jun, 2013
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Fri, 31 May, 2013
The City of Culture has suffered from a poor marketing strategy, its organisers admitted today.
Mon, 27 May, 2013
Security gates surrounding the centre of the UK’s first City of Culture are to be removed, it was announced today.
Wed, 01 May, 2013
A vehicle found abandoned and made safe in Fermanagh was carrying a viable bomb, security sources said.
Sat, 23 Mar, 2013
Four mortar bombs were found when police thwarted a major attack by dissident republicans in Derry.
Mon, 04 Mar, 2013
Police evacuated about 100 homes today after they discovered a “suspicious object”, reported to be three mortars, in a van, the Police Service of Northern Ireland said.
Two men are being questioned in connection with a car crash, which killed a “bubbly and beautiful” policewoman in her patrol car.
Sun, 10 Feb, 2013
Detectives investigating the attempted murder of a police officer in Northern Ireland have made two arrests.
Tue, 01 Jan, 2013
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