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Eamon Bradley: The Derry man was found guilty of possessing explosives, but a jury was unable to return a verdict on whether he attended a terrorism camp. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Syrian terrorism accused Eamon Bradley has been found not guilty of possessing grenades with the intent to endanger life. However, a jury has been un(...)

Parliament Buildings at Stormont. In principle the MLAs most at risk of losing their seats will be those who came in sixth in each constituency last May. Photograph: Steve Wilson/Pacemaker

The prospect of a new Assembly election is a cause of dismay for Northern Ireland’s political classes who had thought they were relatively safe from v(...)

 Derry  from its famous city walls: Two passionate and enlightening tours offer diverse insights into this  historically pivotal town. Photograph: Henryk Sadura/Getty

“You may be wondering if you’re going to hear the two sides of the story, well not really. Others can tell their story and I’ll respect it, but here’(...)

After a major trial in which he gave evidence collapsed,  Raymond Gilmour was given a new identity by MI5 and relocated to Kent, England. Image: Google Maps

IRA informer Raymond Gilmour has been found dead at his home in Kent, according to reports. The Belfast Telegraph has reported that the 55-year-old(...)

Instruments belonging to a popular musician who died this summer have been stolen from his home. A blue electric Stratocaster guitar and a keyboard w(...)

The funeral of Dr Edward Daly takes place at St Eugene’s Cathedral in Derry. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Former Bishop of Derry Edward Daly “showed physical courage on Bloody Sunday and his moral courage was evident in his passionate struggle against viol(...)

Martin was the first in a long line of football men who talked, and taught me, about football. Photo: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

The other night in Lille, your correspondent registered a ‘first’ in post-match press conferences. Normally, these are bustling crowded affairs where (...)

 Northern Ireland fans Eddie McCullough and Ian Thompson at a bakery in Saint-Georges de Reneins, France ahead of their Euro 2016 opener. Photograph: William Cherry/Inpho/Presseye

We flew from Dublin into Nice, on the Côte d’Azur in France, on an Aer Lingus Airbus, the St Fergal, a saint who, back in 753 AD or thereabouts, made(...)

Opinion polls carried out in Northern Ireland in recent months suggest a majority of 53-55 per cent in favour of staying in the EU, with nationalists more likely than unionists to vote to remain. The SDLP and Sinn Féin are on side of remaining.

Kinley Tener’s family is split down the middle. His father is adamant that he will vote to leave the European Union. But his younger brother, who work(...)

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