Omagh

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The funeral of Clare McSorley (18), who died suddenly last Tuesday, has taken place at Sacred Heart Church in Omagh, Co Tyrone.

A street overlooking Omagh in Co Tyrone became a sea of green on Saturday as members of Drumragh Sarsfields GAA club stood in formation outside Sacred(...)

Cathal McCarron:  the Tyrone footballer  has just released his autobiography, ‘Out of Control’, co-written with Christy O’Connor, which details his chronic gambling and appearance in a hardcore gay porn video. Photograph: Collins Courts

Tyrone football star Cathal McCarron has been spared a criminal record and a sentence after he had to be restrained when he got into a row with staff(...)

Cathal McCarron at Dublin District Court. Photograph: Collins

Tyrone’s Cathal McCarron had to be restrained after getting into a row with staff at a Temple Bar pub, a court heard on Monday. The footballer has pl(...)

Desmond Rea and Sir Hugh Orde at the launch in Dublin of their book Bear in Mind these Dead.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Sir Hugh Orde, the former chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), has said he believes border controls between north and sou(...)

No one has ever been criminally convicted of the Omagh bomb, which inflicted the most bloodshed of an single atrocity during the  Troubles. Photograph: Frank MillerThe Irish Times

A bid by two republicans to overturn a landmark civil ruling that found them responsible for the Omagh bomb has been rejected by the European Court o(...)

A man in his 20s has been killed after being struck by a lorry in Co Tyrone. Photograph: Getty

A man in his 20s has died after being struck by a lorry in Co Tyrone. The crash happened on the Great Northern Road, Omagh, during the early hours of(...)

Eamon McClean:  June 26th 1965-June 13th, 2016

Cross-community worker Eamon McClean has died suddenly aged 50, at his work as manager of the Speedwell Trust at Parkanur, near Dungannon, Co Tyrone. (...)

A paramilitary colour party marches past the GPO as part of the Republican Sinn Féin parade to mark the 1916 Rising.

The Continuity IRA has been in existence since the mid-1980s after a split from the mainstream IRA. It was first linked to a number of attacks in the (...)

The bonfire built at the bottom of the Lecky Road flyover, on the road in Derry’s Bogside, marking August 15th is lit late on Monday night. Huge crowds attended and election posters of nationalist and unionist politicians were burned. Photograph: Margaret McLaughlin

Twenty years ago, in August 1996, a statement in the name of a Continuity IRA army council highlighted a new threat to the Northern Ireland peace proc(...)

Christine Ryall

Who? Christine Ryall is the Ireland consultant to Christie’s, the international auctioneers founded in London in 1766. Christie’s has had a represen(...)

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