Nuala O Loan

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Enda Kenny: said the suggestion would be hard for families who had lost loved ones in the Troubles to accept

The proposal by the North’s Attorney General John Larkin for a cessation of all inquiries into Troubles-related killings up to the 1998 Belfast Agreem(...)

The scene after the bombing in Omagh in 1998 in which 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins, died.

Northern Secretary Theresa Villiers today has rejected calls for a public cross-Border inquiry into the 1998 Real IRA Omagh bombing that claimed the l(...)

Families made a presentation to MPs and Baroness Nuala O’Loan at the House of Lords in Westminster today. File photograph: Julien Behal/PA

Families demanding an independent probe into three days of killings by the Parachute Regiment in Belfast in August 1971 are being stymied by the Briti(...)

A piper leading the funeral of Seamus Heaney through Bellaghy yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Seamus Heaney was laid to rest yesterday evening in a country churchyard in south Derry under the shade of sycamore and ash trees.“May the green sods (...)

“Not many people emerge with credit from the aftermath of Omagh. The Real IRA, the true villains, have never really recovered though they are still a serious threat.” Photograph: Frank Miller

In a world now inured to car bombs with almost daily accounts of explosions along the arc of instability in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria and per(...)

RUC officers survey the aftermath of the  Omagh bombing. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Relatives of those killed in the Omagh bombing of 1998 have demanded a full public and cross-Border inquiry into the atrocity which claimed the lives (...)

The aftermath of the 1998 Omagh bombing. Photograph: Frank Miller

Amnesty International is joining with families of those killed in the Omagh bombing in pressing for an independent public inquiry into the Real IRA at(...)

Jean McConville (left) pictured with three of her children shortly before she disappeared in 1972. Photograph: Pacemaker, Belfast

A journalist and former IRA prisoner are to lodge a freedom of information inquiry with the British government in an effort to cast further light on t(...)

From left: the Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Susan Denham and baroness Nuala O’Loan, former police ombudsman of Northern Ireland, who were enrolled as members of the Royal Irish Academy yesterday, with RIA president Luke Drury. Photograph: David Sleator

The short-term needs of the economy should not detract from the long-term goal of creating an “intellectually stimulating” third-level education syste(...)

Nuala O’Loan: sued Paul Givan over a broadcast on UTV Live 18 months ago

Former Northern Ireland police ombudsman Baroness Nuala O’Loan is to receive substantial libel damages from a senior member of the Democratic U(...)

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