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There have also been four confirmed cases of avian influenza in the Republic, three in Co Monaghan and one in Co Cavan, and 57 cases in wild birds across nine counties. Photograph: iStock

There are two confirmed cases of avian influenza or bird flu in Northern Ireland, an official has said. Some 22,100 ducks were culled at one of the a(...)

The PSNI said that the murder investigation was at an early stage

A murder investigation has been launched following the discovery of a body in Co Armagh. The body of a man was found on Wednesday afternoon at a res(...)

The rail gap in the west of Northern Ireland and around the Border is a subject of political and even sectarian contention.

The city of Coventry last year commissioned French engineering firm Ingerop to design a ground-breaking Very Light Rail system for small cities. Its n(...)

 Loyalist graffiti in the Shankill area  of Belfast which reflects  unionist discontent with  the so-called “Irish sea border”. Photograph:  Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

When Ron McDowell left the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and joined the Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV) in 2020, there were “six people in the Belf(...)

Detectives in Northern Ireland have appealed for information about the incident which happened in the early hours of Saturday in Portadown. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

A man is in a critical condition following a serious assault in Portadown, Co Armagh. The man, aged in his 50s, is understood to have been punched i(...)

Cobh Ramblers’ two year deal with Burnley provides immediate benefit for Cobh’s academy and soon to be established women’s side, as they will play their new partners in pre-season tournaments. File photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Cobh Ramblers expect to benefit from Burnley’s expansion under their new American owners. The Premier League outfit has struck “strategic partnershi(...)

“International and corporate investors could be regulated, taxed or prevented from snapping up whole developments, as Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien is suggesting.” File photograph: iStock

It is not only happening in the Republic. A friend from Portadown reports that houses in the Co Armagh town have started selling to cash buyers from E(...)

Barricade burns in the middle of North Road in Carrickfergus during another night of  disorder near Belfast. Photograph: PA Wire

The North’s Assembly is set to be recalled on Thursday to debate a motion condemning recent violence and attacks on police in loyalist areas. The All(...)

Dr Paul Armstrong at the Lifford Bridge beside his practice in Lifford, Co Donegal. Photograph: Joe Dunne

To understand Donegal’s Covid-19 quandary one must stand on a bridge over the Foyle separating two towns. On a November day, Strabane, the town to the(...)

Journalist Ivan Little and Ian Milne outside Drumcree church

A Co Armagh businessman and former Orange Order member has recounted how during political reconciliation discussions an offer was made to remove the I(...)

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