Prosecutors are now considering whether fresh prosecutions should be brought against the 15 defendants.

Fifteen sex offenders in Northern Ireland are to have their convictions rescinded due to an error in drafting updated legislation. Their offences in(...)

Thirteen people were killed when members of the British army opened fire on anti-internment marchers in Derry on January 30th, 1972. A 14th died later. Photograph: iStock

The case of the former soldier charged with murdering two men on Bloody Sunday is to have its first hearing in Derry in September. In a letter to the(...)

This is the latest development in the NCA’s long-running investigation into the sale by Nama of its former Northern Ireland portfolio – Project Eagle – to US investment fund Cerberus in 2014

The North’s Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has confirmed it has received a file of evidence from the UK’s National Crime Agency which contains the n(...)

Fr Edward Daly runs down the street with an injured man on Bloody Sunday, January 30th, 1972.

Prosecutors in the North are considering charging 18 British soldiers over involvement in the Bloody Sunday shootings, a relative of one of the victim(...)

The North’s Police Ombudsman Dr Michael Maguire has found that the PSNI acted properly and was not influenced by political considerations in its decis(...)

Northern Ireland’s Director of Public Prosecutions Barra McGrory:   accepts the criticisms in report by Sir Keir Starmer

Barra McGrory rejects suggestions that public has lost confidence in North’s Public Prosecution Service

Northern Ireland’s Director of Public Prosecutions Barra McGrory apologises to three woman who accused an alleged IRA member of abusing them as children,  after a damning report criticised how  the  prosecution was handled at the Public Prosecution Service offices in Belfast. Photograph: Gerry Moriarty/The Irish Times

Maíria Cahill has called on Sinn Féin to accept the findings of Sir Keir Starmer QC and to apologise to her. Ms Cahill said she welcomed and ac(...)

An independent review into how the North’s Public Prosecution Service dealt with three cases of alleged sexual abuse by an IRA man against Maíria Cahill (pictured) and two other women is to be published shortly, the PPS has confirmed. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire.

An independent review into how the North’s Public Prosecution Service dealt with three cases of alleged sexual abuse by an IRA man against Maíria Cahi(...)

The device was similar to those addressed to PSNI chief constable Matt Baggott and his senior commander in Derry Jon Burrows last week.

A viable letter bomb posted to the offices of the Public Prosecution Service in Derry has been made safe.The device, similar to those addressed to PSN(...)