The Committee on the Administration of Justice report has found that there is evidence of a “common purpose” between the British state and its security agencies to prevent the truth emerging about state killings. Photograph: The Irish Times

Report highlights shortcomings in dealing with fatalities since Belfast Agreement signed

Robert Hamill:   fatally assaulted in a loyalist attack in Portadown, Co Armagh in April 1997.

British Ministry of Justice confirms two discs have gone missing in the post

The body of a man, believed to be a member of the Belfast Chinese community, was found on Botanic Avenue on Thursday morning. Photograph: PA

Victim believed to have suffered sustained knife attack on Botanic Avenue

 Former chief medical officer of England, Sir Liam Donaldson (right) with the  North’s Health Minister Jim Wells.       Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire

Review cites a 2011 finding that four rather than 10 acute hospitals should be sufficient

Sinn Féin’s Gerry Kelly: An Armagh court heard that in 2008 the so-called “on the run” letter was passed from the government to the Sinn Féin Assembly member who then passed it to the individual who has been identified as a suspect in the 2003 killing of Co Armagh man Gareth O’Connor. Photograph: PA

MLA Gerry Kelly’s role in affair sure to cause great distress to Gareth O’Connor’s family

 Sinn Féin politician Gerry Kelly has insisted he had no knowledge a republican who received an “on the run” letter from him was a murder  suspect. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

PSNI apologises for allowing on-the-run letter for man suspected of Gareth O’Connor murder

The witness  said children were washed in cold water and Jeyes fluid, and that carbolic soap was also used. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images.

Nuns, described as ‘sadistic’, deny claims of physical abuse at Nazareth Lodge in Belfast

Martin McGuinness: “I have absolutely no doubt that Scotland is now on that inevitable trajectory to freedom. The challenge to us is to put our own struggle onto the same trajectory”

Deputy First Minister says elections offer chance to make Irish unity inevitable

Statue of Manannán mac Lir on Binevenagh mountain was scuplted by John Darren Sutton, who worked on “Game of Thrones”.

Suspected that cross was left at site saying ‘you shall bear no other gods before me’

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