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Sinn Féin’s Francie Molloy during the count at Meadowbank Sports Arena last night. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Mid Ulster boxes were the first to arrive at the count centre in Magherafelt on Thursday night, and, as the local constituency, it was the first o(...)

 Emma DeSouza is arguing that her US-born husband, Jake, should be permitted residency in Northern Ireland under an EEA residence card, as she is an Irish citizen. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

A Northern Ireland-born woman has lodged a challenge in the Court of Appeal in Belfast to a ruling that those born in the region are automatically Bri(...)

SDC Trailers said it was unable to confirm how many jobs might be under threat at the company

One of the North’s leading manufacturers which employs 800 people has warned that it is going to be forced to make “a number of employees redundant” b(...)

 Crossmaglen’s Rian O’Neill celebrates at the final whistle. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Armagh SFC final: Crossmaglen Rangers 2-18 Ballymacnab 2-9 A dramatic second-half turnaround during which they produced an electrifying scoring burst(...)

Emma DeSouza and her husband Jake. The couple spoke of being “devastated” at the UK immigration tribunal ruling and the “personal cost” of the long-running legal battle. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Emma DeSouza and her US-born husband Jake thought someone at the UK Home Office had made a mistake when it refused him a residence card in 2016 becaus(...)

Taoisech Leo Varadkar says he will raise the Emma DeSouza case with Boris Johnson . File photogrph: Noel Mullen AFP via Getty Images)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he will raise the ruling on citizenship in the Emma DeSouza case with British prime minister Boris Johnson this week. (...)

Emma DeSouza and her US born husband Jake . Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

What is the Emma DeSouza case about? It concerns the right of people in Northern Ireland to be considered Irish from birth under the terms of the 199(...)

 Emma DeSouza and her husband Jake at Belfast High Court on Tuesday. Ms DeSouza applied for a residence card for her US-born husband Jake using her Irish passport in December 2015 which the British Home Office rejected, saying she was British.   Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

A Belfast immigration tribunal was told on Tuesday that because a Derry woman did not renounce her British citizenship she therefore remained British,(...)

Genesis Crafty currently employs more than 350 staff at its bakery in Magherafelt.

New orders for Christmas products and fresh demand for year round favourites like pancakes and scones has delivered a jobs and investment boost worth (...)

 Orangmen participate in the annual 12th July Parade in Rossnowlagh Co. Donegal. Photograph: Bryan O Brien

Orangemen took part in their annual march at Rossnowlagh Co Donegal on Saturday as is traditional, ahead of the main Orange parades in Northern Irelan(...)

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