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Joseph Richards, of Belclare Drive, Ballymun, Dublin, was arrested at his home on Friday and detained at Ballyfermot Garda Station under Section four of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984. Photograph: Collins Courts

A 28-year-old man has been charged with a serious arson attack which gutted a house seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) from gang boss Liam Byr(...)

Retail NI and the Belfast Chamber of Commerce have asked the authorities not to make the wearing of face coverings in shops in Northern Ireland compulsory. File photograph: Andy Rain/EPA.

Northern Ireland’s Department of Health has recorded no deaths from Covid-19 for a ninth consecutive day. Nine new cases of the disease, which has (...)

 The ATM theft at Nutts Corner near Crumlin, Co Antrim,  on Tuesday. Photograph: Pacemaker Press

The PSNI has thanked “vigilant members of the public” for their help following the latest ATM theft in the North. On Tuesday night detectives were qu(...)

The scene after a cash machine was stolen in Bushmills in Co Antrim on Monday night. Photograph: Pacemaker

An ATM stolen in Bushmills, Co Antrim, early on Tuesday morning when it was ripped from a shop wall in the town has been recovered. It is as yet uncl(...)

Gavin O’Reilly says the most important thing he brought from his time as chief executive of Independent News & Media to his new role in the music industry was: “Listening.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Gavin O’Reilly, chief executive of The Agency Group (TAG), has led the acquisition of Nashville-based booking agency the Bobby Roberts Company, which (...)

Supported by US foreign affairs expert Dr Meghan O’Sullivan (right), Dr Richard Haass (left) is attempting to find consensus on the troublesome issues in Northern Ireland of flags and emblems
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, parades
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 and dealing with the legacy of the past. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Sectarian flashpoints where much of Northern Ireland’s violence has happened need more investment, traders have said.Rioting in Belfast following the (...)

The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trades Association said  nearly two-thirds of businesses which applied for bank credit were successful despite a difficult trading climate over the past year. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

The North’s largest companies have seen their combined turnover rise but have suffered a small slip in profitability.A survey carried out by credit ch(...)