Nancy Soderberg was Bill Clinton’s deputy national security adviser

Nancy Soderberg suggests too many people in Northern Ireland take peace ‘for granted’

John Hume: the SDLP leader briefed Mr Reynolds, telling him that the broad philosophy of Hume-Adams could only have a chance if the British and Irish governments bought into it. Photograph: Joe St Leger/The Irish Times

Former taoiseach respected in Northern Ireland by both sides

Popular BBC Radio Ulster presenter Gerry Anderson has died after a long illness. He was 69. Photograph: BBC Radio Ulster.

Former show band guitarist and UK Radio Hall of Fame inductee battled long illness

The late Sam Foster: was a “huge figure” in unionism. Photograph: Alan Betson

Tributes paid by unionist and nationalist politicians

Artist Stuart Cannell has alleged censorship following the council decision

Omagh Council rejects allegation that ‘information’ notice would not apply if picture was of man and woman

Sinn Féin has confirmed that a former senior Stormont special advisor who was taking an alleged discrimination action against the party has now settled the case on “amicable” and “confidential” terms. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Sinn Féin rounds on DUP finance Minister over welfare reform

From left: Aislynn Bagnall, Eileen Muckian, Antone Bagnal, Michael Heary and Catherine Donnelly, who are all students at St Paul’s High School, Bessbrook, receive their A-level results. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Almost 30% of A-level students achieve A* and A grades in Northern Ireland

DUP Minister for Finance Simon Hamilton:  claims Sinn Féin “are living on another planet economically and fiscally”. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/PA

Hamilton insists British government ‘not for turning’

A plaque marking the birthplace of Chaim Herzog has been removed in Belfast after the building was  subjected to anti-Israeli graffiti and other anti-social behaviour.

Unionist politicians complain of anti-Semitism after forced taking down of plaque

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