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After the North-South ministerial meeting in Armagh at the weekend DUP leader Arlene Foster said ‘calm heads’ are needed during this time. Photograph: Photopress

The Northern Executive is meeting on Monday to decide whether to escalate its response to the coronavirus emergency as 16 new cases were confirmed ove(...)

A security operation was sparked in Lurgan following the report of a suspicious object on Sunday. The object was discovered in the grounds of a form(...)

 Police sources believe that the bombers attached the device to the wrong trailer. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press.

A dissident republican bomb found in a lorry in Co Armagh was intended to blow up on board a ferry “around the time the UK left the EU” on Brexit day.(...)

In May 1996 Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams said the party would sign up to the Mitchell Principles on non-violence. Photograph: Reuters/Marcel Bieri/Swiss-Images

The IRA ceasefire broke down in 1996, plunging the peace process into turmoil. The year opened with the RUC chief constable, Sir Hugh Annesley, sayin(...)

A large crater caused by a bomb destroyed part of the main Belfast to Dublin railway line close to Newry on June 30, 2000. The bomb was thought to have been the work of the dissident republican terrorist group the Real IRA. Photograph: AP Photo/Peter Morrison

An IRA bomb that exploded on the tracks of the Dublin to Belfast railway could have had “disastrous” consequences if a different train had been in ser(...)

The PSNI said the vehicle was later recovered at the Brownlow Hub area of Craigavon. File photograph: PA

A car has been hijacked at knifepoint in Co Armagh on Christmas morning. The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said that a man with his face(...)

 Shane Lowry with the Professional Player of the Year award for 2019 award, with Des Smyth with the award for Distinguished Services to Golf, and James Sugrue with the Men’s Amateur of the Year Award. Photograph: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

You only make the breakthrough once, and Shane Lowry’s historic win in the 148th British Open at Royal Portrush, his first career Major championship, (...)

Joe Holbeach at his home in Lurgan. Photograph: Andrew Testa/The New York Times

To this day, Joe Holbeach battles the demons that tell him to end his own life. Twenty years after the Good Friday agreement, Northern Ireland has on(...)

Liam Duffy, chief executive and owner of Classic Mineral Water Company and John Hood from Invest Northern Ireland

A Lurgan company that claims to be the “oldest water bottling company in Ireland” is to invest more than £3.7 million to expand its operations and gro(...)

A police roadblock close to the scene near Newtownbutler, Co Fermanagh, where a device was detonated on Monday. Photograph: PA Wire

Two men who were arrested in connection with suspected dissident republican attempts to kill police officers and British soldiers have been released u(...)

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