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From left to right: Insp Marty Mullan, PSNI Strabane, Lionel Knobbs, Loughs Agency area inspector, Sgt James McLaughlin, PSNI Strabane, John McCartney, Director of Conservation and Protection, Loughs Agency and Garda Supt Martin Walker at Clady Bridge on the border between Co  Tyrone and Co Donegal on Tuesday. Photograph: PSNI

In the village of Clady, an old stone bridge connects Co Tyrone to Co Donegal. The border is somewhere beneath, in the shifting waters of the River Fi(...)

Victims of IRA violence have criticised the city of San Francisco for posthumously honouring Martin McGuinness (pictured) for his ‘courageous service in the military’. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

Victims of IRA violence have criticised the city of San Francisco for posthumously honouring Martin McGuinness for his “courageous service in the mili(...)

William Temple was among nine people who died in an IRA car bombing in the Co Derry village of Claudy in 1972

People in West Tyrone will question whether they should vote for Sinn Féin in the byelection caused by the resignation of MP Barry McElduff, the broth(...)

John Mitchel: supported slavery and the confederate side in the American Civil War

It may not be the time to pose such a question, as Mayo head for their 11th All-Ireland senior football final since 1989 (including two replays), but (...)

Two  cars  are towed from the River Faughan  at Drumahoe  after they were swept away by the  flooding. Photograph: Trevor McBride

Homeowners in flood-hit areas of the north-west were warned on Thursday to be on the alert for further flooding after more rain was forecast. The De(...)

Damage to the main Derry to Moville road in Co Donegal. Photograph: Brian Hutton/PA

The first warning was a text message. “Floods in Derry,” it read. “Be careful getting home.” I put my phone into my pocket as I got into the car at 7(...)

Raymond Monteith and his daughter Diane from Strabane. Raymond’s brother-in-law James Fowler was shot by the IRA in Omagh.

As he peered out of the bus window at the spot where the IRA carried out much of its terror campaign in rural Fermanagh, David Temple is reminded of t(...)

Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely who has had  his period of bankruptcy extended by five years. Photograph: Collins

The High Court has extended the bankruptcy of Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely by almost five years over “very grave” failures to co-operate with (...)