The Taoiseach has said he would be happy to see an Orange parade in Dublin.
Tue, 13 Aug, 2019
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has today called for a meeting with the Orange Order following violence at a Belfast flashpoint where contentious parades were held.
Sat, 14 Jul, 2012
Scuffles broke out as a contentious parade passed through North Belfast today.
Thu, 12 Jul, 2012
Hundreds of anti-riot police will be on duty today amid fears of street disorder in north Belfast after a big Orange Order demonstration in the city.
The loyal orders in the North have faced new demands to get involved in dialogue in a bid to end the issue of contentious parades.
Thu, 14 Jul, 2011
The DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson has welcomed the sentiment behind calls for July the 12th to be made a national holiday.
Thu, 22 Jul, 2010
A hardline revolt in the Orange Order was tonight blamed for its dramatic decision to reject a new system for overseeing controversial parades in the North.
Wed, 07 Jul, 2010
Protestants in the North face "ethnic cleansing" despite the peace process, the leader of the Orange Order claimed today.
Mon, 13 Jul, 2009
There was minor trouble in north Belfast last night as an Orange parade passed by shopfronts in the mainly Catholic Ardoyne district.
Sat, 20 Jun, 2009
A group of Orangemen, unionist councillors and loyalist community workers has requested talks with nationalist residents in Belfast in an effort to reverse restrictions on an Orange Order parade this weekend.
Thu, 24 Jun, 2004
Unionist politicians have warned of potential violence at a contentious Orange Order parade in Belfast this weekend.
The Parades Commission in the North has re-routed one of the most contentious loyalist marches of the summer, due to take place this week.
Sat, 19 Jun, 2004
There has been a mixed start to the first contentious Orange parade of this year.
The first contentious Orange parade of this year's marching season has passed off peacefully in Belfast.
A senior Ulster Unionist today questioned the commitment of republicans to the peace process, urging them to end protests against Orange marches.
Sat, 13 Jul, 2002
Police in the North have praised republican stewards for preventing serious violence at an Orange march in Ardoyne.
There was trouble in Ballymena tonight as Orangemen returned to the town from their Twelfth of July marches.
Fri, 12 Jul, 2002
Sectarian tensions were on a knife-edge tonight as Orangemen returned to flashpoint north Belfast amid fears of a full-scale riot.
Nothing short of the expulsion of Sinn Fein ministers from government office in Northern Ireland will rekindle Unionist confidence in the peace process, a leading Ulster Unionist MP said today.
Police in the North have seized a variety of missiles during searches on the rooftops of shops in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast.
A Sinn Fein Assembly member has said police chiefs were trying to set a trap for Ardoyne Catholics by warning that a riot was being planned during the annual Twelfth of July Orange marches.
Catholic protesters launched a barrage of abuse at Orangemen today as they walked along Belfast’s most hotly disputed parade route.
A massive security operation was being mounted in north Belfast today amid fears that republicans are planning major violence.
An army bomb squad found an explosive device in a van in Belfast ahead of the Orangemen's annual Twelfth demonstrations.
The Northern Ireland Parades Commission was today due to issue new rulings on controversial Twelfth of July marches.
Tue, 10 Jul, 2001
The RUC say that some petrol bombs were again thrown at police barricades in Drumcree last night.
The Parades Commission in North has ruled that the twelfth Orange March in Derry will not be allowed pas the river Foyle and into the centre of the city.
Fri, 06 Jul, 2001
The Northern Ireland Secretary says the eyes of the world will be on the Province in the run-up to the annual Drumcree Parade.
A key Portadown Orangeman is today due to have talks with the Parades Commission, which has again banned the Drumcree parade from the nationalist Garvaghy Road.
Tue, 03 Jul, 2001
Orangemen are considering their options after they were banned from marching down the nationalist Garvaghy Road by the Parades Commission.
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