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The Lifford Bridge spans the river Foyle and connects Strabane to Lifford across the Border between the Republic and the UK. Photograph: Joe Dunne

Fans of Derry City FC had been looking forward to getting back in the stands for the first time since Christmas. A successful test event at the Irish(...)

The PSN said that during the operation a Scania HGV tipper lorry 	‘deliberately and repeatedly’ rammed the police car as those in the lorry attempted to flee. Photograph: PSNI

Three police officers were injured when their police car was rammed by a lorry in south Armagh on Friday. It happened during a joint enforcement oper(...)

Traffic volumes down...The Red Cow intersection where the N7 and M50 routes meet outside Dublin city. File photograph: Getty

Volumes of road traffic in the first two weeks of the year have been half of what they were before the lockdown, new figures reveal. Transport Infra(...)

The NBRU has said it is not the job of a bus driver to police public health guidelines. Photograph: The Irish Times

Bus drivers have said there was “mayhem” on some bus services in Dublin on Thursday as excessive numbers of passengers sought to travel on services, t(...)

Damage done to one of the police vehicles involved in a ramming incident in Co Armagh. Photograph: PSNI

Four police officers were left injured after their vehicles were rammed in south Co Armagh. Police on patrol on Finnegans Road, Jonesborough, were a(...)

Pat Rice in his kitchen which lies on the border – his left leg is in Northern Ireland and his right is in the Republic. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Pat Rice’s house is divided by the Border. It is an invisible one - for now. Straddling the geographical divide between the Republic of Ireland and N(...)

Estate agent Michael McArdle outside his office in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh. Photograph: Simon Carswell

During the dark years of the Troubles, the border village of Crossmaglen in south Armagh was famous for its resistance to British rule, from (...)

The prank, originating in America, involves people dressing up as clowns to try to intimidate or scare the public. Photograph: Helen H Richardson

A senior police officer in Northern Ireland has warned anyone thinking of taking part in the “killer clown” craze to consider the possible consequence(...)

File picture of a mobile fuel laundering plant. Photograph: Revenue Commissioners

Four men have been arrested after the discovery of a suspected fuel laundering plant in Co Armagh. The operation was found in a far(...)