Jim Donegan murder linked to the INLA

Police believe the lone gunman tried to kill the 43-year-old five days earlier.

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Families of teenagers killed outside hotel disco pay heartfelt tributes

The families also urged anyone else who saw what happened to come forward and give their account to investigators.

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PSNI defends decision to arrest and later 'de-arrest' Cookstown hotel owner

The PSNI is refusing to apologise for arresting the owner of a Cookstown hotel on suspicion of possessing drugs with the intent to supply.

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Tyrone hotel owner 'de-arrested' in connection with drug suspicions

Michael McElhatton, 52, owns the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown, Co Tyrone.

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Two men arrested in connection with deaths of three teens at Co Tyrone disco

PSNI detectives investigating the deaths of three teenagers at a Co Tyrone disco have arrested two men on suspicion of manslaughter.

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Council of Europe has 'serious concerns' over Historical Investigations Unit delays

The Council of Europe has expressed “serious concerns” at the delay in setting up the Historical Investigations Unit and other legacy institutions in the North.

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Man arrested in Ian Ogle murder investigation

The community worker was stabbed 11 times in the back in east Belfast earlier this year.

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Man found at Newry flat identified as protesters remember victims

A 38-year-old man who was found dead in a flat in Newry along with a woman and a teenager has been named.

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Daughter found dead with mother in Newry flat was strangled

A mother and daughter who were found dead with a man at a flat in Co Down, in what has been described as an “unspeakable tragedy”, have been named as Giselle and Allison Marimon-Herrera.

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Update: Govt not to ask for Karen Bradley's resignation over killings comments

The Government will not be calling on the UK's Northern Ireland Secretary to resign.

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Armagh man who tried to kill police officer with car bomb jailed for 25 years

The attempt was foiled when the officer’s wife raised the alarm.

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Former NI Justice Minister questions if Bradley replacement would be 'any better'

Former Northern Ireland Minister for Justice David Ford says there is a concern that if Northern Secretary Karen Bradley were to resign would her replacement “be any better.”

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Ballymurphy families refuse Karen Bradley’s invitation to meet

The refusal comes after the Northern Ireland Secretary sparked fury when she said killings carried out by the police and military were not crimes.

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Flowers arrive at scene of triple death in Newry flat

The PSNI is investigating the deaths of three people in an apartment in Newry, Co Down.

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PSNI chief constable: Karen Bradley has to account for her own words

George Hamilton confirmed that if a police officer or soldier shot someone they should be investigated in compliance with the law.

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Taoiseach calls Karen Bradley's comments 'insensitive and wrong' as she apologises

Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has said she is "profoundly sorry" for "deeply insensitive" comments she made yesterday suggesting that deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were not crimes.

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Detectives seeking justice for families of soldiers murdered in Co Antrim

It is a decade since Patrick Azimkar and Mark Quinsey were shot dead as they collected a pizza delivery outside their Co Antrim army barracks.

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Karen Bradley ‘did not intend to cause offence’ with Troubles remarks

Her comments sparked calls to resign as Northern Ireland Secretary.

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Karen Bradley faces resignation calls following controversial Troubles comment

British Secretary for Northern Ireland Karen Bradley is facing calls for her to resign after she said killings by the British army and police during the Troubles were “not crimes”.

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Primary School website domain taken over by pornographic content

The website of St Ronan's Primary School in Newry has been 'hacked' and replaced with pornographic content.

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BBC journalist attacked with baton as crew cover Lurgan firearms incident

The cameraman was part of a team in Lurgan, Co Armagh, as they reported on rail workers being approached by a gunman the previous day.

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Belfast journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey questioned by police

It is understood that efforts are being made to restrict the ability of Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey to speak about their case.

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UK boats seized by Irish Navy in row over fishing rights

The Voisinage agreement between the UK and Ireland collapsed months after the Brexit referendum.

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Extra €160m in funding for Northern Ireland in next budget

Secretary of State Karen Bradley tabled her plans in a written statement to the UK Parliament.

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Ballymurphy residents should have been protected by soldiers, inquest told

Over three days, from August 9-11, 10 people died in shootings at a number of locations in west Belfast.

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Security alert in Tyrone declared 'elaborate hoax' by PSNI

The security alert in Tyrone has ended and has been declared 'an elaborate hoax'.

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Northern Ireland Police left baffled after caller complains about drug dealing ‘scam’

A woman in Northern Ireland said she paid £200 for cocaine but received brown sugar instead.

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Murder probe after farmer shot dead in Co Antrim home

Detectives are hunting the killers of a farmer who was shot dead inside his home in Co Antrim.

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Airlines express interest in bidding for flybmi’s Derry to Stansted service

Regional and City Airports contracts director Clive Coleman says ‘a number of airlines contacted us saying they were interested’.

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Two women lose £105,000 in romance scams in Northern Ireland

Police highlighted the cases as they warned about the threat posed by dating rackets ahead of Valentine’s Day.

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SDLP leader confident of securing Fianna Fail partnership

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar hopes to retain a good relationship with Colum Eastwood’s party if the link-up is approved on Saturday.

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Woman running first marathon after breast cancer diagnosis

Claire Williamson, 44, wants to raise money to help realise an easier alternative for others going through treatment.

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Police investigate possible connections between multiple ATM thefts

Two men used a digger to remove the machine and the vehicle was then set on fire a short distance away.

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Two men injured in paramilitary-style shootings in Derry

Two men, aged 24 and 32, were taken to hospital for treatment after being shot in the knee and leg.

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Primark announces opening date of second store in Belfast following fire

Over 1,000 people queued for the first Primark store to return to Belfast city centre in December after a major fire destroyed the brand’s flagship.

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Investigation under way after major fire in Belfast

The blaze at the Lewis Community Tavern raged from 8.16am and was still being tackled by firefighters on Thursday evening.

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Murdered Belfast community worker was stabbed 11 times, say police

More than 1,000 people attended a vigil in Ian Ogle’s memory on Wednesday.

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Huge blaze rips through bar in Belfast

The fire is believed to have started at around 8am on Thursday.

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PSNI reconstruct New IRA car bombing one week after explosion

The bomb went off outside the Courthouse in Derry last Saturday.

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PSNI question man in connection with serious assault in Co Down

Police in the North are questioning a 54-year-old man after two men were injured in a serious assault in Co Down.

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Dissident republican threat: They haven’t gone away, you know

Last weekend’s car bomb outside Derry’s courthouse raises questions about dissident republicanism and the threat it still poses, writes David Young.

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Sex-assault victim, 12, 'forced to travel from Northern Ireland to England for abortion'

A 12-year-old victim of sexual assault in Northern Ireland had to travel to England under police escort for an abortion, MPs have been told.

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Peace rally held in Derry after recent attacks

The event was to show solidarity with contractors who had been threatened or had their vehicles hijacked during the spate of attacks.

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Northern Ireland Policing Board meets for the first time in two years

The agenda was dominated by last weekend’s car bomb attack in Derry.

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Suspected firearm found in Derry after security alerts

The find comes just hours after a meeting of city stakeholders in an attempt to get services reinstated in the city.

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Representatives attempt to restore calm in Derry after security alerts

Housing Executive contractors, and other services, including transport and postal, were suspended.

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Arrests after Derry car bombing ‘a publicity stunt’, republican group claims

Four men who were arrested over the attack outside Bishop Street courthouse have been released unconditionally.

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Teenager assaulted in Derry as raiders try to tie him up during burglary

Two men forced their way into a home in Coleraine, Co Derry.

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Latest: Police responding to third security alert in Derry; 'Suspicious object' in Belfast

Latest: Police in the North are responding to another security alert in Derry, as well as one in Belfast.

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Derry car bombing nothing to do with Brexit, NI Secretary insists after two further security alerts

Ms Bradley’s statement to the British Commons came hours after detectives investigating the bombing detained a fifth suspect.

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British Navy submarine in near-miss with ferry in Irish Sea

The Stena Superfast VII ferry operates between Northern Ireland and Scotland.

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Man charged over hijacking bus

A 33-year-old man has been charged after the hijacking of a Translink bus in the North.

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Business leaders and bishop speak out against bombing of Derry courthouse

A retail chief described the attack on Derry as shameful while the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe described it as ‘utter recklessness’.

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Politicians condemn Derry car bomb

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, UK Secretary of State Karen Bradley and Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster condemned the attack in Derry.

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Two men released after arrest by anti-terrorism officers

The pair were held in Derry in connection with an armed robbery.

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Re-enactment of 1993 murder of Michael Ferguson amid fresh witness appeal

Constable Michael Ferguson was 21 when he was shot dead by the IRA while attending a call about a theft from a shop in Derry.

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Man, 33, arrested in connection with bus hijacking in Co Down

The driver of a Translink bus was threatened by a man armed with a knife at the bus stop on Cairnsmore Avenue in Ballybeen shortly before 8pm.

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Childcare group fears closure due to Stormont impasse

Voluntary groups across the country are awaiting a decision from the Northern Ireland Secretary on the public spending budget for next year.

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Latest: Residents evacuated after suspected car bomb attack in Derry

The PSNI as well as firefighters and the ambulance service sealed off the scene close to a courthouse on Bishop Street in the city.

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Police condemn ‘senseless and callous’ murder of father-of-two

Detective Chief Inspector Geoff Boyce said there is currently no clear motive for the shooting.

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