Bloody Sunday witness Paddy Walsh creeping towards Patrick Doherty, who was shot dead by Soldier F. The Saville Report found Doherty had been shot and mortally wounded as he tried to crawl to safety. Photograph: Gilles Peress

The North’s Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has said it hopes to decide whether to prosecute former soldiers in connection with Bloody Sunday before (...)

 Leader of Northern Ireland’s Progressive Unionist Party, Billy Hutchinson. Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

Billy Hutchinson, leader of the Progressive Unionist Party (PUP), says politics isn’t about changing the world but about making a difference. This is (...)

Youths attack PSNI vehicles as they try to prevent members of Derry 1916  Commemoration Committee from taking part in an unregistered parade in the the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Petrol bombs have been thrown at police during an illegal dissident republican Easter parade in Derry. Up to 50 youths, some wearing masks, repeatedl(...)

A man hands out religious tracts to people taking part in the Belfast gay pride parade in August, 2004. Photograph: Brendan Murphy

In April 1998 when Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern were signing the Good Friday agreement at Castle Buildings, I was just coming to the end of a degr(...)

Author Kit de Waal’s  new novel steps back in time to the IRA pub bombings in Birmingham in 1974.

Mixing personal and political plights in her 2016 debut My Name is Leon resulted in an international bestseller for Kit de Waal. Her self-professed “t(...)

Contemporary loyalism is a product of the sectarian divisions of Northern Ireland and the conflict. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Ulster loyalism is a rather curious beast. An “ism” without a clear ideology, beyond allegiance to a British identity and more specifically to the Cro(...)

Bertie Ahern, Tony Blair and George Mitchell smiling on April 10th, 1998, after they signed a historic agreement for peace in Northern Ireland, ending a 30-year conflict. Photograph: Dan Chung

It was 6am at Stormont’s Castle Buildings on Good Friday 1998. The facilities for the media had not provided for an overnight stay, with the result th(...)

Seamus Mallon said the agreement changed the relationship between the Irish Government and the British government.

Northern Ireland’s first deputy first minister Seamus Mallon said he is convinced the Belfast Agreement led to “one of the most important periods in I(...)

Bertie Ahern and  Tony Blair  after agreement was reached on the Belfast Agreement on Good Friday, April 10th, 1998. Photograph:   Reuters

All the many accounts of the Belfast Agreement, signed 20 years ago, attest to the extraordinarily close and productive working relationship that quic(...)

Garda Tony Golden was killed while accompanying Ms Phillips to her house on October 11th, 2015.  Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Reports of domestic violence made by the partner of a man who killed a garda before shooting himself were inaccurately recorded into the Pulse system,(...)

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