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Derek Keys (left) with brother Jonnie Keys. Photograph: John McVitty

A man dressed in a jumper and slacks is sitting in a basic, functional office on the outskirts of a tiny village in rural Co Tyrone. He’s explaining q(...)

Players gear outside closed dressingrooms at Ballyhale Shamrocks GAA club in Kilkenny. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

If you have a club match this weekend, here is a list of things you and your team can do and remain within the boundaries of existing Covid restrictio(...)

About 70 people in the Diocese of Dromore have made complaints about clerical child sex abuse, with about 40 alleging they were abused by the late Fr Malachy Finnegan, a former president of St Colman’s College in Newry.

The unprecedented step by the Catholic diocese of Dromore to set up its own redress scheme for victims of clerical abuse in the diocese has set a new (...)

Mark Downey of Ireland celebrates winning a bronze medal at the  Track Cycling World Championships in 2019. Photograph: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

Age: 25 Event: Men’s Madison From Dromore in Co Down, Downey hails from a family steeped in cycling, his father Seamus also competed in the Olympics(...)

Philip Kennedy, son of UUP’s Danny Kennedy, and Laura Donaldson, daughter of incoming DUP Leader Jeffrey Donaldson, were married in Dromore. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

The daughter of the incoming DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has married the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) chairman’s son in a union described as a “form o(...)

Roy Warke, former bishop of Cork. Photograph: David Sleator

Former Church of Ireland Bishop of Cork Roy Warke has died aged 90. His funeral will take place on Friday. His death on Tuesday came just weeks after (...)

Tony  Doherty, who died of Covid-19 within a fortnight of his parents, was from west Belfast and worked at the Royal Victoria Hospital (pictured) in the city. Image: Google Streetview.

Three members of a family have died from Covid-19 within a fortnight. Tony Doherty, a married man in his 50s, died on Wednesday after being sick wit(...)

 Harland and Wolff shipyard workers in the TV series Titanic - Blood and Steel.  It is  estimated that in July 1920, 7,000 workers – Catholics and socialists – were expelled from the shipyards

The traditional narrative of the War of Independence identifies the dates of the conflict as encompassing the period from January 21st, 1919, until th(...)

WE PICK OUT SOME CREATIVE WAYS TO SPEND THE WARMER MONTHS AS COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS GRADUALLY EASE Things you can do this weekend and all summer (...)

Catholic bishops in Northern Ireland welcomed proposed laws which make it clear religious bodies cannot be compelled to be involved with same-sex marriages. File photograph: iStock

The five Catholic Bishops of Northern Ireland have called for protections from charges of discrimination for members who refuse to officiate at same-s(...)

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