Northern Ireland then and now
On the left of this image is the scene that followed a 500lb IRA bomb exploding in Coleraine in 1992 Northern Ireland's towns and cities were regularly bombed by the IRA during the Troubles.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Rustlers slaughter cattle in backstreet 'kill houses'
Gardai and the PSNI are mounting their biggest joint operation since the dark days of the Troubles in a bid to stamp out livestock rustling and illegal abattoirs.
A 46-year-old man says he is lucky to be alive after an arson attack on his home in Armagh.
Solicitor has Garda text concerns
Solicitor John McBurney said it needs to be ascertained how many other similar incidents may have occurred in recent months and years A solicitor who represented one of the RUC families at the Smithwick Tribunal is concerned other potential cases of collusion may have occurred recently.
Parades were held in six locations across Northern Ireland today by the Royal Black Institution.
It has been estimated that 17,000 members of the institution from almost 370 preceptories will demonstrate in Rathfriland, Armagh, Londonderry, Ballyclare, Larne and Donemana.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
RUC chief's frustration over parades
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 which he described as "unreasonable" and an "injustice" to those communities.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Royal Black encourages Scots to vote 'No' in referendum
The Royal Black Institution has come out strongly against independence in Scotland and urges all of its members there to vote 'No' in the referendum on September 18. The pro-Union sentiments are expressed in one of three resolutions to be proposed by the Institution at Saturday's six demonstrations in Northern Ireland - Rathfriland.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
It's Over: the IRA ceasefire 1994
I had been met by a republican source and driven to a house in west Belfast where a man told me to write down what he read, and instructed me there would be no follow-up questions.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Suit found on Lough Neagh shore
Police have appealed for information after clothing was found discarded on the shores of Lough Neagh in Portadown, Co Armagh on Monday.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Paramedics heading for India to give vital training and save lives
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.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
British Army watchtowers and sangars dominated the landscape in South Armagh during the Troubles
But, more than a decade after the watchtowers were dismantled and troops re-deployed, almost A 1 million is to be spent opening up the area dubbed "Bandit Country" during the Troubles.
Almost a million pounds of lottery money is being given to preserve and protect a part of south Armagh that was once known as 'bandit country'.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The McKeevers raise glass to gold star award
It's a case of raised glasses and loud cheers for the McKeever family from Portadown following the success of its Long Meadow Cider in the 2014 Great Taste Awards.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Markethill High School hails best-ever GCSE results
The Co Armagh school, which first opened in 1959 and has an enrolment of 500, saw over 80 per cent of pupils achieve five or more GCSE passes at grades A*-C.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
.com | Northern Ireland police rescue 20 in trafficking swoop
Police in Northern Ireland have rescued twenty possible victims of human trafficking in an investigation into labour exploitation and food production, authorities said on Tuesday.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
PSNI rescue potential victims of human trafficking
Detectives from the PSNI's Organised Crime Branch have rescued 20 potential victims of human trafficking and arrested three men.
Last Saturday demonstrations
The Royal Black Institution will hold parades in six locations across Northern Ireland - the biggest being in Rathfriland, on Saturday, August 30. The town last played host to the event in 2001.
Black Saturday to be celebrated in Londonderry and Donemana
The Royal Black Institution will hold parades in six locations across Northern Ireland on Saturday, August 30, including Londonderry and Donemana.
Watch: BCM celebrate 125 years in Dungannon
Belfast Central Mission Armagh and Dungannon recently celebrated the charity's 125th Birthday with a coffee and cake party at their new Dungannon headquarters on the Coalisland Road.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Cardinal confirms resignation offer
Cardinal SeA n Brady has confirmed that he has informed Pope Francis of his intention to resign from his position as Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.