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Rev Dr Sahr Yambasu

The first black leader of one of Ireland’s main churches has said his role sends out a very positive message to the country’s immigrant community. Re(...)

An image of the man PSNI officers wish to speak with, on Donegall Place in Belfast. Photograph: PSNI

PSNI detectives are investigating another incident in which a woman was stabbed by a cyclist during a series of attacks in Belfast on Monday. The pol(...)

Séamus Mallon speaking in the House of Commons in 1999. Photograph: PA

My first face-to-face meeting with the former Northern Ireland deputy first minister Seamus Mallon was on December 19th, 1975, when members of the so-(...)

An 11th night Bonfire in Cluan Place, Belfast. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

John Herron cannot remember seeing flags outside his shop on the Lisburn Road before to mark the Twelfth celebrations, the annual Ulster Protestant co(...)

Jimmy Hasty receiving  Dundalk FC’s footballer of the year award for 1965

Dock Street, Belfast: a grey, midweek October lunchtime. As the American Bar opens its doors optimistically, a juggernaut zooms by bound for one of th(...)

Charlotte Caldwell, and her son Billy, from Co Tyrone,  stand outside the Home Office during a break in a meeting with officials to discuss how Billy can have his severe epilepsy treated with cannabis oil,  a banned substance in Britain, in London, June 11th, 2018. File photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

A document sent to outlets on Sunday night about a media opportunity with Northern Secretary Karen Bradley today, contains briefing lines for her to u(...)

Caroline Wilson of Belfast Food Tours with  a group on  tour.

Imagine a meal that begins with the snap of crusty sourdough spread generously with Co Down’s golden Abernethy butter. Then move on to a plate of just(...)

The judge told the court: “This was an horrific crime and the deceased must have suffered terribly.”

A mother-of-two was jailed on Monday for three years for what a senior judge described as the “horrific” killing of pensioner Eddie Girvan in Co Antr(...)

Kevin Myers was a trenchant critic of paramilitary violence on this island from the outset of the Troubles. Above, his memoir ‘Watching the Door’

When he left The Irish Times in May 2006 Kevin Myers’ departure was marked by sundry letters of unseemly joy. One read: “Free at last! Free at last! T(...)

Figures at Night (Diptych),  1988, by David Crone. Photograph: Christopher Barr, courtesy of Crone, Ulster University

Echoes and Reflections David Crone retrospective. RHA Gallagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place. Until December 21st. rhagallery.ie ***** Approaching his 8(...)

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