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Detectives investigating the IRA murder of Belfast mother-of-ten Jean McConville more than 40 years ago have made two more arrests.
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Six penalty points were imposed on a Lurgan man last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for driving without insurance on November 28. The court heard that he was seen while driving on the M12 and police inquiries revealed his insurance had been cancelled.
Just over a month before its first electoral test, new pro-Union party NI21 is in turmoil after another member publicly quit and the party's incomplete list of candidates was leaked.
A high-profile republican accused of murdering 29 people in the Omagh bomb atrocity was being sought by police for five years, the High Court heard today.
Suspicious activity in the area, has led police to remind the public to secure their property and report suspicious activity at the earliest opportunity.
With less than a month before the Giro d'Italia hits Northern Ireland, details of a raft of festival events connected to it have been announced - plus some of the disruption which the event will bring.
Dame Judi Dench has made a personal donation to a local guide dog charity as a thank you to the Co Down residents who welcomed her while she was filming the hit movie Philomena.
You see all sorts of things floating along in rivers these days but those unfamiliar with the periodic seal sightings in the River Lagan can be forgiven their surprise at spotting one of the marine mammals out for a leisurely swim.
Detectives investigating the IRA murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville more than 40 years ago have arrested a 57-year-old woman.
Brigid Pegnam at the 73rd Anniversary of the Belfast Blitz at the Northern Ireland War Memorial in Belfast City Centre.
An exact replica of a 1,100-year-old cross is being set in place at Down Cathedral on Wednesday, to replace the original relic which was moved to a local museum.
The building in Church Square/Bridge Street Banbridge which collapsed on Sunday afternoon i 1 2 Edward Byrne Photography INBL15-274EB Fire crews used a rescue dog to check that a derelict pre-war building which collapsed at Church Square in Banbridge on Sunday afternoon, was empty.
SlurryKat based just outside Laurencetown, took accolades for Manufacturing Excellence, Best Export Initiative and the prestigious 2014 Craigavon Legacy Award for highest achieving business within the borough.
Mr McIntyre, a former life prisoner and chief researcher in the Boston College project, said: "I just don't see what place a British micro-minister has at the graves of dead republicans."
The Northern Ireland Secretary is to call for "proportionate" focus on wrongdoing by republicans and loyalists rather than the police as part of future measures to heal divisions over the conflict.
In the bleak break between seasons of Game of Thrones, what better way for fans to keep in the spirit than by visiting one of the exotic lands where filming took place? Here are locations where the show's spellbinding battle for power, incest, pillaging and frequent death run riot.
Front Row : Dr Christopher Stange, Hon. Consul for St Vincent and the Grenadines to Northern Ireland; Cllr Mirtn Muilleoir, Lord Mayor of Belfast; Lord Diljit Rana MBE, Hon.