Widow rejects Hermon criticism
The wife of a former NI chief constable has hit back at criticism of him in the wake of the Smithwick report.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Baggott: We value Garda friendship
Relations between police in the Republic and Northern Ireland will not be soured by the findings of the Smithwick report, the PSNI chief constable has insisted.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Manslaughter verdict for four brothers
Four brothers have been found guilty of the manslaughter of a convicted paedophile and his girlfriend in a revenge attack in Co Armagh seven years ago.
News and Star
Neolithic tridents found during Carlisle 'bypass' work go on display
Two rare millennia-old wooden tridents unearthed as a new road was about to be built have gone on show.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
How Smithwick Tribunal unfolded
The murders of two Royal Ulster Constabulary officers in 1989 after they had left a meeting with Irish police in Dundalk, County Louth, cast a long shadow.
Cumbrian museum puts Neolithic wooden tridents on display
CARLISLE'S Tullie House museum has been donated two very rare Neolithic wooden tridents by Cumbria County Council and is putting them on display for the public to give their theories onwhat they were used for.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Co Armagh double murder jury sent home
The jury in the trial of four brothers accused of murdering a convicted sex offender and his girlfriend in an alleged revenge attack seven years ago has retired for the day and is to reconvene on Tuesday for deliberations.
Smithwick Tribunal timeline
The Smithwick Tribunal examined suggestions that members of the Irish police or other employees of the Irish state colluded in the murders of the two most senior RUC officers to die during the Northern Ireland Troubles.
Judge sums up in double murder trial
The judge in the case of four brothers accused of a double murder in County Armagh just over seven years ago has been summing up the evidence.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Over 88% of voters on NI register
Just over 88% of people who are eligible to vote in Northern Ireland have been included on the latest electoral register.
Buenos Aires Herald
First female Anglican bishop appointed
The first Anglican woman bishop in the British Isles has been consecrated. The Rev Pat Storey, 53, a married mother of two, was appointed by the Church of Ireland to be Bishop of Meath and Kildare, in the Republic.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Republicans in Northern Ireland look to Taliban for weapons
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Fri Nov 29, 2013
15:36: Four-day alert in Armagh turns out to be hoax
Police in South Armagh say a four-day security alert in Crossmaglen has ended. A suspicious object near North-South electricity interconnector pylons turned out to be an elaborate hoax.
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'Abundance of reasons not to convict' McClatchey and O'Hare accused
There is not one single doubt but "an abundance of reasons" not to convict four brothers of murder, a barrister declared yesterday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Smithwick report on police murders due
The DA il is set to find out if the Smithwick tribunal has found evidence to support claims of gardaA collusion in the IRA murders of the two most senior police officers to be killed in the Troubles.
Mallon attack gun used in Cappagh and Moy murders
The gun used to shoot pensioner Roseann Mallon almost 20 years ago has been linked to at least six other murders, a coroner's court has heard.
A suspicious device discovered in south Armagh was close to the North South Interconnector.
Army bomb disposal experts were tasked to the scene of the discovery in the Dundalk Road area of Crossmaglen last night which was closed between Foxfield Road and the border.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Comet Ison to graze past the Sun
It has been billed as a potential "comet of the century", but the Sun's heat and gravitational tug could destroy it before it has a chance to light up the skies.