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The PSNI said a postmortem would now be carried out

Detectives have begun a murder investigation following the death of a 25-year-old man in Co Armagh. A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion(...)

It is estimated that Boylesports paid €12 million to €18 million for the William  Hill business in North.

Boylesports has paid an estimated €18 million for 33 William Hill betting shops in the north, making the company Ireland’s biggest retail bookie. The(...)

Alliance party leader Naomi Long talks to the media in Stormont on Saturday. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty

Northern Ireland finally had a fully functioning local administration after the new Northern Executive was selected on Saturday afternoon. The Minist(...)

Daniel  O’Callaghan hides his face as he is escorted into Virginia Courthouse   on Friday morning.

A former Armagh club footballer has been charged in relation to the attempted theft of an ATM machine in Virginia, Co Cavan last year. Daniel O’Calla(...)

Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. The three airline passengers who were on the minibus when it was stolen  were let out at junction seven of the M1. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Two men who stole a hotel shuttle bus from Dublin Airport with three passengers on board rammed a Garda car before driving as far as Armagh where they(...)

On Christmas Day PSNI chief constable Simon Byrne tweeted that it ‘was great to meet the team policing Crossmaglen’. File photograph: PA

Northern Ireland’s Chief Constable Simon Byrne has apologised for a controversial social media post in which he posed with heavily armed police office(...)

Two young riders on their horses past the Lead Mines chimney at Barnaslingan wood, Co. Dublin on Sunday. Last winter was the warmest on record in Ireland. Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

Last winter was the warmest in Ireland since records began 119 years ago, Met Éireann has revealed. The months of December 2018 and January and Febr(...)

Ulster’s John Cooney has been in excellent form. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Stockdale’s stocktake The Offload re-emerges full of hope for 2020. A positive slant is easily adopted by focusing on the supremacy of Leinster and U(...)

Bill Clinton at Mackie’s factory, Belfast, in 1995. He was the first sitting US president to visit  Northern Ireland. File photograph: Eric Luke

Civil servants were opposed to John Major taking part in US president Bill Clinton’s historic visit to Northern Ireland in case it resulted in the pri(...)

Fergal Caraher (20) was killed when British soldiers opened fire at a checkpoint in Cullyhanna, Co Armagh, on December 30th, 1990.

The impact of the shooting dead by British troops of an IRA volunteer in 1990 on relations between the nationalist community and the security forces i(...)

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