High-profile witnesses at the Smithwick Tribunal have included former Garda commissioner Noel Conroy, above. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A long-awaited report into allegations of Garda collusion in the IRA murder of two senior RUC men will be be handed over to the Government today.The (...)

Enda Kenny: said the suggestion would be hard for families who had lost loved ones in the Troubles to accept

The proposal by the North’s Attorney General John Larkin for a cessation of all inquiries into Troubles-related killings up to the 1998 Belfast Agreem(...)

Andrew Gunnery (100), of the Royal Ulster Rifles,  vetern of the second World War, at the British Legion Annual Service of Rememberence at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

President Michael D Higgins led the large attendance at the Remembrance Day ceremony to commemorate Ireland’s war dead at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dubl(...)

DUP Minister for Enterprise Arlene Foster:  said she had approached senior PSNI officers and  the Director of Public Prosecutions   over  Gerry Kelly’s  comments

The PSNI is investigating incidents at Sunday’s controversial republican parade in Co Tyrone and may prepare files for the DPP in relation to it. Unio(...)

New information has come to light about the murders following and investigation by the PSNI’s Historical Inquiries Team.

New inquests into the deaths of 10 Protestant workers murdered in Co Armagh in January 1976 have been ordered by the North’s attorney general.They die(...)

Former Sinn Féin director of publicity Danny Morrison, founder of the west Belfast Feile

Just over 25 years ago some of the most shocking images from the Troubles were transmitted across the globe. They showed west Belfast caught in a vort(...)

Harris Hawk flys over the crows  at a previous Balmoral show at the Kings Hall in Belfast. Photograph: Alan Betson

Northern Ireland’s Balmoral Show - the equivalent of the Spring Show in Dublin - today finally made the transformation to the Maze/Long Kesh si(...)

Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (centre), with Jimmy Deenihan (left) and Shane Mac Thomais at a grave in Glasnevin cemetery. Photograph: Alan Betson

Britain’s Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent, visited Glasnevin cemetery yesterday where he laid wreaths at the Sigerson Memorial to the volunteer(...)