Emma Rogan, whose father Adrian Rogan was killed in the 1994 Loughinisland pub shooting, alongside solicitor Niall Murphy outside Belfast’s High Court following Friday’s hearing. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

A judge who ruled that a damning report into the Loughinisland atrocity was unlawful is to step aside from the case – despite rejecting claims he coul(...)

The six men killed in O’Toole’s Bar in Loughinisland, Co Down, in 1994: (Top) Adrian Rogan (34), Barney Green (87), Don McCreanor (59); (bottom) Eamonn Byrne (39), Patsy O’Hare (34) and Malcolm Jenkinson (53).

Next Friday morning, a group, mostly men, mostly late middle-aged, hope and expect to hear a ruling from Mr Justice Bernard McCloskey in the Royal Cou(...)

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(...)

 O’Tooles bar in Loughinisland, Co Down: Aiden  O’Toole (left) was the barman on duty on the night of the 1994 massacre during which Emma Rogan’s (right)  father was killed. Photograph:  Mark Marlow/Pacemaker

The lights of the Heights Bar shine out over the darkening fields of Loughinisland on Saturday evening. The occasional car slows down on the narrow co(...)

The interior of O’Toole’s bar in Loughinisland, Co Down the morning after the UVF shot dead 6 people on  June 18th, 1994,

Bereaved families of the 1994 Loughinisland massacre victims want “arrests, prosecutions and accountability” to flow from allegations emerging in a ne(...)

The families’ lawyer Niall Murphy speaks at the Loughinisland families press conference following an investigation which found, security forces were guilty of significant collusion in the loyalist murders of six Catholic men gunned down while watching a World Cup football match. Photograph: David Young/PA Wire

The police ombudsman’s report into the murder of six Catholic men in Loughinisland, Co Down in 1994 has identified collusion as a significant feature (...)

 Barney Green (87) shot dead the Heights Bar in Loughinisland in 1994.

What was building towards a night of World Cup celebration turned to murderous horror in an instant. The Republic of Ireland were beating Italy 1-0 i(...)

Interior of O’Toole’s bar in Loughinisland the morning after the UVF shot dead six  people in 1994. Photograph: Pacemaker

A long-awaited police ombudsman’s report into the murder of six Catholic men in Loughinisland, Co Down, in 1994 is to be published today. The 150-pag(...)