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This year
Security alert at playing pitches used by East Belfast GAA condemned as 'utterly unacceptable'
‘Solidarity with East Belfast GAA and all those who use these facilities,’ tweeted Alliance leader Naomi Long.
Alliance leader willing to test legality of Stormont’s ‘discriminatory’ voting system
It is understood Alliance has sought legal advice on whether the existing arrangements are human rights compliant.
Last year
Collapse of NI institutions impacting on gender-based violence legislation being passed
Without a budget it is difficult to commit to new projects across all areas, says Alliance leader Naomi Long.
Full protocol implementation would mean economic tsunami, says DUP
Jeffrey Donaldson said that calling on the Northern Ireland Protocol to be implemented in full was ‘such folly’.
All time
Public inquiry urged into child-killer’s activities amid ‘state agent’ claims
A coroner has ruled Robert Howard was responsible for the death of missing Tyrone teenager Arlene Arkinson.
'It's hate-fuelled': NI Justice Minister hits out over election posters on loyalist bonfires
Irish and EU flags have also been seen on some bonfires.
Naomi Long condemns ‘chilling’ warning that Irish ministers ‘not welcome’
The Loyalist Communities Council said Irish Government ministers would not be welcome as difficulties over the Northern Ireland Protocol remain.
PSNI chief suspends officer and apologises after Troubles memorial arrest
Angry scenes unfolded in Belfast when officers intervened at a gathering to mark the 29th anniversary of a loyalist massacre.
No Brexit deal could lead to ‘organised crime bonanza’ on border, NI Justice Minister warns
Naomi Long sounded the warning as she gave evidence to a Westminster committee.
Justice Ministers remind public to 'please stay at home' over NI bank holiday weekend
Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan and Northern Ireland Minister for Justice Naomi Long issued a joint statement this evening.
'We’ve had enough of blood red lines': Hundreds gather in Belfast to demand second Brexit vote
A meeting in the Ulster Hall was attended by a range of anti-Brexit politicians.
'Stop this gruesome tit for tat': Kingsmill loaf row rumbles on as cartoon sparks Twitter uproar
Sinn Féin’s Barry McElduff posted a controversial video of him with a loaf of ‘Kingsmill’ bread on his head on the Kingsmill massacre anniversary.
Man jailed after threatening to kill and placing hoax bomb at office of MP
The 33-year-old with cerebral palsy received a three year sentence.
Condemnation after KKK flag erected by protesters in Belfast
One MP said it added an “even more sinister edge” to recent race-related incidents in the city.
Alliance Party: "This was an attempt to kill police officers"
A gang of 15 men attacked an unmarked police car opposite the offices of an Alliance Party MP last night, as violence worsens in Belfast.