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Former US Senator Gary Hart this week met with politicians in the North and representatives from the Dublin and London governments as part of a new US peace effort in Ireland.
Through 'misguided loyalty' a mother covered up for her son after he had been involved in an accident and then drove off.
Summary: The law firm of Baker & McKenzie has announced that it has chosen Belfast, Northern Ireland as the location for its newest legal services center.
Official state papers from 1985 have revealed the frustrations of Northern Ireland's most senior police officer over the Orange Order's "insistence" on walking through nationalist areas, something he described as an "unreasonableness" and an "injustice" to those communities.
Councillor Joan Baird has called for a special health meeting at Banbridge Council to discuss the future of Crozier House.
A former US senator tasked by Washington to assess the state of the peace process in Northern Ireland has met politicians in Belfast.
Margaret Thatcher and Dr Garret Fitzgerald signed the Anglo Irish Agreement which gave Ireland a say in the affairs of Northern Ireland on 15 November 1985 at Hillsborough Castle, County Down The Northern Ireland Office had concerns about Margaret Thatcher's commitment to the Anglo Irish Agreement, previously confidential files have revealed.
A Co Antrim mother high on drink and solvents who set fire to her home while her two sons slept upstairs was today spared a prison sentence after a judge decided to release her on probation.
As a nation accustomed to dialling 999 and summoning an ambulance, it may seem incredible that a country with as vast a population as India doesn't have a proper ambulance service.
Police in Banbridge are warning motorists of traffic delays around the Rathfriland area on Saturday, 30 August as the RBP Last Saturday demonstration takes place.
In this week's Portadown Times we report that questions are being asked about the death of a 51-year-old Annaghmore woman, just hours after she had been for an appointment at Craigavon Area Hospital.
The Police Ombudsman has concluded that a police officer was justified in firing two shots at a stolen car in Dundonald seven years ago - which resulted in one of its occupants being blinded in one eye.
Kirsty Walker, Emma-Louise Adamson, Principal Andrew Bell, Jenny WIlson and Chloe Russell i 1 2 Edward Byrne Photography INBL1434-235EB Banbridge pupils were celebrating GCSE success last Thursday, with young people in the local district once again impressing in their examinations.
The Rathcoole rapper, who has lived in Manchester since 1996, is heading for Belfast this Saturday to launch 'The Troubles'.
A commemoration took place for the 18 soldiers killed by the IRA at Narrow Water near Warrenpoint, 35 years ago to the day.
Mr Wilson suggested to Glasgow newspaper The Herald that Stormont was unable to handle the powers which it already has.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 05:03 am
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