Friday Sep 12
Pair jailed over dissident training camp
The 49-year-old grandfather, from Duneane Crescent in Toomebridge, was told he will serve a minimum sentence of five years, with an additional five years spent on licence when he is released from custody. In 1993 he was jailed for 24 years for the attempted murder of a RUC man, after he placed a booby-trap bomb under the constable's car.
Brothers jailed over terrorist camp
Gavin Joseph Coney, 37, of Gorticashel Road, Omagh, and Terence Aiden Coney, 36, of Malabhui Road, Carrickmore, were jailed for five years and nine months. They admitted attending a place used for terrorist training, having articles for use in terrorism and preparation of terrorist acts.
The Big Apple
Listen to Robert Emmerich introduce The Big Apple , a hit song from 1937. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano.
Galantas Files Technical Study Showing Strong Economics at Omagh Gold ...
The report is to be available on www.sedar.com and www.galantas.com . The revised estimate of resources is written in compliance with the Pan European Reporting Code , Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum standards and Canadian National Instrument 43-101.
A young boy and soldier on the Springfield Road in west Belfast
August 31, 1994 remains a hugely important date in Northern Ireland's history. It was the day the IRA committed to a cessation of all military operations, and the day that the possibility of peace, of change, of a new dispensation and a new Northern Ireland - one no longer defined by sectarian conflict and violence - became possible.
Ballygawley bus bomb survivor says 'We are forgotten heroes'
A SOLDIER who survived the IRA's Ballygawley bus bombing in 1988 says he believes he and other ex-soldiers who served in Ulster, Iraq and the Falklands are the "forgotten heroes".
Fermanagh farm couple have paid A 80k fine - but still owe A 37k interest
A Fermanagh farmer, the first person to be jailed in Northern Ireland for illegal dumping, on Friday paid back his share of 80,000 by way of confisication.
Gerry Anderson 'brought light on dark days'
Anderson, 69, had been off-air for almost two years battling illness. He is survived by his wife Christine and children David and Kirsty.
New terrorism offences created to tackle dissident republicans
Details of the new laws, which were first revealed in the Irish Independent last month, were published this afternoon by Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald .
Jobs boost at Omagh gold mining firm
This includes the Curraghinalt gold deposit outside Gortin, identified as one of the top ten undeveloped gold deposits by grade in the world.