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# Northern Ireland

12th June 2024
Man (73) arrested in connection with murder of RUC constable in 1975 appears before High Court
Judge confirms July date for Jeffrey Donaldson historical sex charges committal hearing
Last week
2nd June 2024 - 8th June 2024
Police officer heard 'horrifying' scream after shot that killed Lyra McKee was fired, court hears
Last month
May 2024
Mandatory military service for young people in NI would be 'bonkers', and figures 'don't add up'
Man hospitalised with life-threatening injuries after stabbing in Newry
UK to examine 'sensitivities' in North around Sunak's military service plan for young adults
Jeffrey Donaldson will not seek re-election amid historical sex offences case, says solicitor
NI truth panel receives major record haul, boosting mother and baby home inquiry
Thousands of school staff to strike in Northern Ireland today over delayed pay review
European Elections: Northern Ireland deserves a seat at the table in Europe – it is unique
Emma DeSouza
Man charged with murder of 34-year-old woman in Belfast
Murder investigation underway after 34-year-old woman found dead in Belfast
Court rules that UK law on sending asylum seekers to Rwanda should be disapplied in Northern Ireland
Firefighters tackle large gorse fire in Mourne Mountains in Co Down
Man in his 60s dies after single-vehicle collision in Co Down
Two brothers sentenced over sectarian intimidation of young mother in Lurgan
Fianna Fáil TD pushes for Garda checkpoints at Northern Ireland border
Man found with hands nailed to fence in 'sinister attack' in Co Antrim
Opinion: Dialogue is key to solving the UK-Ireland asylum issue
Dr Clare Rice
UK says Tánaiste 'confirmed' no gardaí will be sent to border for migration checks
Tánaiste Micheál Martin had a ‘constructive phone call’ with Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris last night.
Sunak says UK Govt seeking 'urgent clarification' that no Garda checkpoints will be along NI border
New Troubles Legacy Act, in force from today, is 'affront to justice', Amnesty says
April 2024
Migration row: Sunak 'not interested' in deal to return asylum seekers from Ireland to the UK
The row has overshadowed the British Irish Inter-Governmental Conference taking place in London today
Taoiseach Simon Harris has promised to pass emergency legislation to return asylum seekers who came via NI back to the UK.
A meeting between Justice Minister Helen McEntee and her UK counterpart was cancelled amid the row.
Tánaiste Micheál Martin has said that "a reciprocal agreement" would be required to send people back to the UK.
Man (25) arrested after allegedly threatening people while wielding two machetes in Tyrone
Harris does not intend to provide 'loophole' for UK's migration challenges after Sunak comments
Taoiseach: Comments from Sinn Féin about open borders 'should cause concern'
Man sentenced to community service for singing song mocking death of Michaela McAreavey
Murder trial halted after man accused of killing showjumper Katie Simpson found dead at home
No perjury charges to be brought against British soldiers over Bloody Sunday
Three men arrested in connection with attempted kidnapping and assault in Belfast
Emma DeSouza: Should we really put a price on a United Ireland?
Emma DeSouza
Varadkar hopes his bad rep with unionists will be reassessed 'with the fullness of time'
Varadkar 'confident' Stormont can withstand shock resignation of former DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson
New evidence into Guildford pub bombing won't be pursued due to Legacy Bill, family told
DUP focus ‘undiminished’ despite ‘difficult and shocking’ Donaldson resignation, Robinson says
A united Ireland would cost €20 billion every year for 20 years, says study
Journalists targeted by 'disturbing' petrol bomb attacks at dissident march in Derry
March 2024
Donaldson resignation will prompt fresh questions for DUP and power-sharing
Jeffrey Donaldson resigns as leader of the DUP as he faces historical offences allegations
The Lagan Valley MP issued a statement to confirm he was charged and a judicial process has started.
Man (61) and woman (57) charged in connection with historical sexual offences