The Rev. Jesse Jackson tours the Bogside, Derry, with guide Paul Doherty, whose father Paddy was killed on Bloody Sunday.

Martin McGuinness was a peacebuilder of the same stature as Martin Luther King or Nelson Mandela, the civil rights campaigner Rev Jesse Jackson has sa(...)

 Derry  from its famous city walls: Two passionate and enlightening tours offer diverse insights into this  historically pivotal town. Photograph: Henryk Sadura/Getty

“You may be wondering if you’re going to hear the two sides of the story, well not really. Others can tell their story and I’ll respect it, but here’(...)

A solicitor for the man found guilty of dangerous driving causing the deaths of eight people in a car crash in Inishowen, Co Donegal  attempted to stop the inquest from going ahead without Shaun Kelly’s evidence. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire.

A number of the relatives of eight people who were killed in a car crash in Inishowen, Co Donegal have complained that the inquest into the deaths wil(...)

File photograph of Shaun Kelly arriving at court.

Prosecutors have told the Court of Appeal that the four-year sentence imposed on a man whose dangerous driving caused the deaths of eight people was t(...)

Paul Doherty, Gerard Farmer and Gerard O’Malley are accused of illegal dumping at two sites along the Mobuoy Road in the Campsie area of Derry

Three company directors have appeared at a preliminary inquiry at the magistrates court in Derry charged with offences linked to an alleged landfill t(...)

Those who died in the Clonmany crash in July  2010  (clockwise from top left) Damien  McLaughlin, James McEleney, Eamon McDaid, PJ McLaughlin, Hugh Friel, Ciaran Sweeney, Paul Doherty and Mark McLaughlin.

The Director of Public Prosecutions is to appeal the sentence handed down to Shaun Kelly, the Co Donegal man found guilty of dangerous driving causing(...)

 Exiles player James Acton who is now living in France, pictured with his sister Denise Acton who now lives in Australia, after The Exiles v Tuam Stars charity game in Tuam. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

No sympathy, no injuries, just “very high quality” play. Seán Murphy had three simple aims when he and fellow members of the Tuam Stars GAA football c(...)

Shaun Kelly (third man from left), flanked by family members, as he arrives at Letterkenny Circuit Court in Donegal before being sentenced to four years’ imprisonment after pleading guilty to dangerous driving, causing the deaths of eight men. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Family members of most of those killed in the July 2010 crash in Inishowen, Co Donegal, gave victim impact statements at Letterkenny Circuit Court on (...)

Shaun Kelly’s car after the crash in which eight people died. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

The man charged with dangerous driving killing eight people in a road crash in Co Donegal has had his case adjourned until next week for sentence.Shau(...)

Shaun Kelly (24), is accused of causing the deaths by dangerous driving of eight men in Co Donegal in July 2010. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A judge has ordered that a man accused of causing the deaths of eight men in one of Ireland’s most high-profile road incidents be psychological(...)