Four brothers jailed for killing Co Armagh couple
Four brothers from Co Armagh have been sentenced to a total of 41 years in prison for killing a couple after setting fire to their home in 2006.
Stolen NI tractors end up in New Zealand
Having a tractor worth up to A 100,000 stolen can be financially devastating for a farmer, but with such lucrative targets around, rural communities across Northern Ireland are feeling vulnerable.
St Patrick's College in top five non-grammar schools
Rathfriland High School and St Patrick's College, Banbridge, made the grade with the highest percentage of pupils achieving at least five GCSEs at grades A*-C.
17:48: Callinan issues warning to killers of detective Donohoe
Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan has warned the killers of detective Adrian Donohoe - "keep looking over your shoulder".
Irish Republican News
Informer recruitment targets face legal limbo
A County Armagh lorry driver has said he fears for his life after being stopped on a Scottish roadside by PSNI Special Branch police who offered him thousands of pounds to gather information on republicans.