Anthony McIntyre

A former IRA man interviewed for an American university project is set to go to the European Court of Human Rights in a final bid to stop police acces(...)

The alleged incident took place   outside the family’s homes in Co Fermanagh

A woman was allegedly shot while being pursued by her brother and father wielding crossbows, the Belfast High Court has heard. Prosecutors said a bo(...)

Anthony McIntyre

A former IRA man interviewed for an American university project has lost a legal battle to stop police accessing his confidential tapes. Lawyers for(...)

Peter Robinson with a photograph of his son Benjamin. Photograph: Stuart Wallace

Legal fees in a case regarding Benjamin Robinson, who died from brain trauma during a schools rugby match in 2011, are threatening to drive the Robins(...)

Thirteen people were killed when members of the Parachute Regiment opened fire on a civil rights demonstration in the city in 1972. Photograph:  William L. Rukeyser/Getty Images

A man shot in the face during Bloody Sunday has been awarded more than €200,000 in damages. Michael Quinn, from Derry, was an A-level student when he(...)

Families of those killed in the Ballymurphy massacre outside the Royal Courts of Justice, Belfast ahead of a preliminary Photograph:  Rebecca Black/PA Wire

A new inquest into the Ballymurphy massacre in which 11 people were killed is set to start on November 12th. The fresh inquest into the shootings, wh(...)

The Bloomfield Walkway bonfire in east Belfast was set alight hours after a court ordered its height to be reduced ahead of the Eleventh Night. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Police are dealing with outbreaks of Eleventh Night trouble in Northern Ireland. A senior PSNI officer warned on Wednesday night that the Ulster Vol(...)

Abortion rights campaigner Sarah Ewart  outside the Supreme Court in London. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

A Belfast woman who travelled to Britain for an abortion is to take a case to the High Court in her home city after campaigners lost a UK supreme cour(...)

A man walking past a mural in Belfast which refers  to the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme  and DUP leader  Arlene Foster.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Cutting payments under the controversial Renewable Heat Incentive scheme in the North was a lawful step to prevent potential overspend of close to £70(...)

A Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman’s report has been condemned as unlawful and procedurally unfair.

A Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman’s report, which found RUC officers colluded with loyalists who murdered six Catholic men 23 years ago, has been c(...)

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