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Stephen Martin, PSNI deputy chief constable: said  the uncertainty around the UK quitting the European Union was causing difficulty. Michael McHugh/PA Wire

In April the New IRA killed journalist Lyra McKee in Derry while attempting to shoot PSNI officers dealing with a riot. In June, an off-duty police o(...)

At a bonfire in the Bogside, among the flags burned were those of the Parachute Regiment and an effigy of Soldier F. Photograph: Freya McClements

As the North marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Troubles last week, petrol bombs were being thrown at the police on Derry’s walls. J(...)

A car was  deliberately driven  onto the footpath, striking the injured man, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said.

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a man was seriously assaulted and then struck by a car in Co Antrim. The 48-year-(...)

WS Dennison development manager  Pamela Dennison:  ‘Best-case scenario is a Border similar to today.’

Pamela Dennison is development manager at WS Dennison which employs 32 people and has depots in Antrim and Limerick. What was your reaction when you (...)

Jeanette Warke wonders what the Troubles were all about – ‘Some say it was about a united Ireland. There’s no united Ireland.’ Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

In 1969, I was 25 and I had two children and was living at 16 Mountjoy Street. It was near where I was reared. We had a great childhood growing up in (...)

The wearing of a Parachute Regiment emblem by a flute band parading in Derry on Saturday is being investigated by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI).

The wearing of a Parachute Regiment emblem by a flute band parading in Derry on Saturday is being investigated by the Police Service of Northern Irela(...)

A man is led away past a police waterwagon after he was injured during the police baton charge during a civil rights march on October 5th, 1968. Many believe this was the start of the Troubles.

It is perhaps unsurprising that in Ireland the most sustained period of intense violence in modern Irish history is universally known by the neutral, (...)

Metal cables and  the Samson crane at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast.  It is  remarkable that the business, which once employed more than 30,000 people but has not built a ship since 2003, survived this long.  Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Harland & Wolff (H&W) going into administration is being billed as a symbol of the end of the super-employer era in Northern Ireland. It is a(...)

(From left) Declan Gilmour, Kristen Hynes, Bob Gilmour and Sarah Gilmour. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A family who were separated from the ashes of their loved ones on an Aer Lingus flight to Dublin are to be reunited with the remains just three hours (...)

Naturgy’s report states that demand for gas was higher than normal for the time of year in July as supply from some sources, such as Norway, was squeezed.

Higher than normal demand for natural gas helped spark an increase in wholesale energy prices last month, figures published on Monday by independent s(...)

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