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Robbie Lawlor was shot dead in Ardoyne just before noon last Saturday

A fifth man being questioned about the murder of Robbie Lawlor (36) in Belfast last weekend has been released from custody. It means all five suspect(...)

While originally from Dublin’s northside, Robbie Lawlor had an address in Laytown, Co Meath.

Gardaí investigating a gangland feud in Drogheda, Co Louth, are fearful the suspected involvement of Dublin and Limerick armed gangs in the dispute wi(...)

Robbie Lawlor (36), who was closely aligned with one faction in the Drogheda gang feud, was shot in the head outside a house in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast on Saturday.

Gardaí have stepped up armed patrols in several areas of Dublin and Meath in response to the murder of Robbie Lawlor at the weekend. There are fears (...)

Robbie Lawlor (36), who was closely aligned with one faction in the Drogheda gang feud, was shot in the head outside a house in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast on Saturday.

Police in Northern Ireland investigating the murder of Dublin criminal Robbie Lawlor at the weekend believe he may have been shot dead by a man who ow(...)

Dublin criminal Robbie Lawlor had been warned by gardaí that his life was  danger.

Videos celebrating the murder of Dublin criminal Robbie Lawlor on Saturday started appearing on social media well before his identity was officially c(...)

Dubliner Robbie Lawlor was heavily involved in organised crime and was suspected of ordering the murder and dismembering of Keane Mulready-Woods.

The man shot dead in Belfast on Saturday was a Dubliner who was heavily involved in organised crime for well over a decade including the ongoing Drogh(...)

Journalist and author Lyra McKee pictured  in Belfast in 2017. File photograph: Jess Lowe/AFP/Getty Images

At the time of her death in April 2019, Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee was working on a book entitled The Lost Boys, for Faber. She planned to(...)

Louise Ferguson, community co-ordinator at the Larder food bank in East Belfast. Photograph:  Colm Lenaghan/ Pacemaker

For many of Belfast’s homeless who depend on services that are stretched to breaking point in normal times, the Covid-19 virus threatens not just serv(...)

A bomb on the Shankill Road on October 23rd, 1993, killed 10 people.

Cardinal Cahal Daly believed Gerry Adams had been “horrified’ by the Shankill bombing that killed 10 people. This is revealed in a previously confid(...)

A peace wall at Flax Street, Ardoyne. 5 June 2019. Photograph: Darren Kidd/ ©Press Eye

Two years ago, two-thirds of respondents to the International Fund for Ireland’s (IFI) Community Atittudes to Peace Walls survey in the Upper north Be(...)

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