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# Northern Ireland

January 2024
Heaton-Harris says it's 'hard to see any barriers' for Stormont getting back to work
Sinn Féin in bid to recall Stormont Assembly next week ahead of public sector strike
Sunak says there is 'a very good basis’ for Stormont Executive to be restored
Workers across Northern Ireland public service sectors to take part in 'biggest ever strike'
£40k reward offered for information on murder of 'defenceless man' in Co Antrim
Almost half of road deaths in Northern Ireland last year were among vulnerable road users
Last year
Time for DUP to make a decision, Michelle O’Neill warns in New Year message
Man (39) wanted in Spain on drug charges arrested in Belfast
9/11 sparked fears for nuclear or chemical attack preparedness in NI, State Papers reveal
Claim IRA members were in Colombia on holiday, not to train FARC, 'insulted US intelligence'
Sexual offender on licence from prison in the North extradited from Republic
Princess Diana referred to NI as part of the Republic, according to Irish ambassador's note
SF should move away from violent links to stop attracting 'head bangers', Adams agreed in 2001
Govt heard of British collusion in murder of man wrongly identified as IRA mole 'Stakeknife'
Woman dies following three-car collision in Co Down
Public transport workers in Northern Ireland stage further strike today
Northern Ireland minister can't 'rule out any consequences' over Irish Legacy Act challenge
Northern Ireland: 'Stormont is now a mere soap opera on a hill over Belfast'
Brian Rowan
Failure to restore Stormont is a 'denial of democracy', Micheál Martin says
Sinn Féin criticises ‘lack of DUP leadership’ as it rules out Stormont deal before Christmas
Strikes by Northern Ireland’s bus and rail service Translink to impact Dublin to Belfast trains
‘Real sense of momentum’ in talks to restore Stormont but DUP says ‘still work to be done’
Budget crisis could end PSNI providing support to other police forces, MPs told
50 serving police officers in Northern Ireland have applied to work in Australia
Outdated approach to data contributed to major PSNI breach, report finds
Talks with Stormont leaders to focus on finances of a returning executive
High Court orders surrender of convicted murderer to Northern Ireland
Two women charged by police in Armagh investigating the murder of Odhran Kelly
Prosecutions ruled out against 16 people investigated as part of Stakeknife probe
Anthems and flags abound in Windsor, 30 years on from that Night in November
‘But instead of ‘Ooh Ah Up The Ra’, there was the familiar, clever banner of ‘Ooh Ah Up The Mná’ as Republic win out 6-1 in Nations League.
'Day after day, it was just complete brutality... everybody knew the game was a tinderbox'
Praise for 'refreshing' interim spell as Ireland out to end 2023 on a high in Belfast
Second boy (14) arrested after two petrol bombs thrown at police in Antrim yesterday
Two women and a man arrested as PSNI launch murder investigation in Lurgan
PSNI renews appeal for information about murder of Mark Lovell on anniversary of death
Who are Ireland facing in their final Nations League double-header?
'Better than John Lewis': Heartwarming Christmas ad for Enniskillen pub gains millions of views
Viable device found following a security alert in Derry
Surge in demand for food banks in Northern Ireland outstripping supplies of food, charity warns
Downing Street edits social media post celebrating Northern Ireland that included an Irish flag