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The PSNI said the murder accused is due to appear before Craigavon Court on Friday.

A 19-year-old man has been charged with the Christmas Day murder of a nurse at a house in Lisburn, County Antrim. Jayne Toal Reat, a 43-year-old nur(...)

The Armagh Food and Cider Festival celebrates the produce from 40,000 acres of orchards in the county, most of them in one fairly small region south of Armagh city

A is for Armagh, and also for apples. There are an astonishing 40,000 acres of orchards in Co Armagh, most of them in one fairly small region south of(...)

Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters

More and more people are having to commute long distances to avoid the high cost of living in Dublin. Three more commuters share their stories of spe(...)

Orangemen gathered for a dress rehearsal over the weekend, known as the ‘Mini Twelfth’. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

The fields around the quaint Co Armagh village of Richhill are usually quiet, bar the sounds of farmers at work, but they will today host the world ’s(...)

Union leaders in the North have warned that Moy Park’s employees  “need assurance” over their future

Moy Park, one of the North’s biggest private sector employers, has put been up for sale as part of a divestment programme by its Brazilian parent grou(...)

Out of Almac’s global workforce, 2,650 of its staff are based at its facilities in Craigavon. Photograph: iStock

Almac, the Craigavon-headquartered pharmaceutical group, has reported pretax profits of nearly £27 million (€31 million) for 2016. The Northern Irela(...)

Marjorie  and Michael Cawdery, both 83,  were found murdered in their own home in Portadown, Co Armagh. Photograph: PSNI/PA Wire

Detectives in Northern Ireland have been given more time to question a 40-year-old man over the murder of a pensioner couple in Co Armagh on Friday. (...)

PSNI Detective Chief Superintendent George Clarke: “In all my years as a police officer I struggle to think of more depraved and cruel behaviour.” Photograph: David Young/PA

A senior police officer stated yesterday that he struggled to think of “more depraved, more evil activity” after a Co Armagh-based couple were jailed(...)

A sign campaigning against a hard Brexit, in Newry, Northern Ireland. A House of Commons committee heard UK firms were registering in Ireland as hedges “against worst-case scenarios”. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

British MPs have been told 100,000 firms in the UK have registered companies in Ireland since last year’s vote to leave the European Union. Stephen (...)

 Sinn Féin’s  northern leader Michelle O’Neill (right)  launching  her election campaign on February 6th.  There were queues outside the Electoral Office for Northern Ireland in Belfast, as voters registered or checked that they were still on the register. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Keith Hollywood stood beneath the stairs leading up to the electoral office rolling a cigarette between his thumb and forefinger, the paper just lick(...)

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