Alan Lewis

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Photograph by Trevor Dickson: The police station on Lisburn Road was bombed on December 16th 1986. I noticed the houses across the road had been badly damaged and spotted a mirror on the lawn of one of them. It amazed me that it hadn’t been damaged and an idea came into my head right away. I propped the mirror against what was left of their garden pillar. I always tried to make something a little bit different, rather than the usual point and shoot

There was no boasting at the launch of a new book about photographing the Troubles, Shooting the Darkness, just an ineffable sadness about the horror (...)

Gareth Delany made a half-century in Ireland’s T20 win over Scotland at Malahide. Photgraph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Ireland 194-6 (17.4 overs; A Balbirnie 64, G Delany 52; M Watt 2-38) beat Scotland 193-7 (20 overs; C MacLeod 72; B Rankin 3-29, G Delany 2-31) by fou(...)

Bishop Edward Daly carries a blood stained handkerchief ahead of the body of Jack Duddy, who was shot dead in Derry on Bloody Sunday. Photograph: Stanley Matchett

It’s rare to hear a photographer describe a picture that he didn’t capture. But that is how Alan Lewis presents his memories in Shooting the Darkness(...)

Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom: seeks  permanent cricket stadium in Malahide. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Champagne bubbled. Goodwill fizzed around the room. Cricket unbuttoned its blazer, took a deep sigh. This was celebration time, the end of a journey i(...)

Ireland’s Ed Joyce: has the highest T20 batting average for his country – 30.84 in all games and 33.75 in internationals. Photograph: Inpho

Ireland duo Ed Joyce and Tim Murtagh have announced their retirement from international T20 cricket with immediate effect. Sussex captain Joyce, who h(...)

Andrew Balbirnie in action against the Netherlands in 2013. The Middlesex batsman scored his first international century against New Zealand ‘A’ recently.  Photograph: INPHO/Presseye/Rowland White

Although Ireland will not officially name their World Cup squad until early next month, the 15 players named on Thursday for four warm-up One-Day Int(...)

Paul Toland  has been sentenced to nine years at Belfast Crown Court.

A father of four has been sentenced to nine years for causing the death of Coleraine pensioner Bertie Acheson. Mr Acheson, who would have turned 75 to(...)

Ireland’s Trent Johnston will be in action for   YMCA against Pembroke in Sunday’s   Leinster Senior Cup final  at Castle Avenuey. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho

YMCA will have to wait at least another 24 hours to begin their attempt at an historic treble after today’s RSA Leinster Senior Cup Final against neig(...)

 Michael Clarke of Australia looks on from the balcony during what was a painful second  Ashes Test for his side against England at  Lord’s. Photograph:  Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Just like next week’s Galway Festival for racing fans, the Lord’s Test marks the summer gathering of the cricketing tribes to watch, chat, eat, dri(...)