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Man admits fatally stabbing brother
A Fermanagh man has admitted knifing his brother to death last year, after brandishing a knife, threatening to gut him "like a fish" and rape his pregnant girlfriend.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Four brothers guilty of manslaughter over NI fire
Four brothers who torched the home of a convicted sex offender and his girlfriend in Northern Ireland seven years ago have been found guilty of manslaughter.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Support for end to Troubles prosecutions
A former Policing Board chairman has said there is support for ending Troubles-related prosecutions despite the initial public outcry of opposition.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
The Northern Miner
Dalradian updates on permitting at Curraghinalt
Shares of Dalradian Resources moved higher in the final days of the Jan. 25-29 trading week after the company updated investors on the permitting process for its underground exploration development program at the Curraghinalt project in Northern Ireland, 127 km from Belfast.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Seven Authors Publishing Dream
Exciting rewards are on offer to backers of the Kickstarter fundraising campaign including being in a book, meeting an author and even getting published! The money raised will support the design and development of 7 unique, exciting new stories and support the vision of Emain Publications to bring to life the real stories of our times for our ... (more)
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Report says SDLP 'resting on laurels'
The SDLP has been told it is resting on its laurels, is too complacent and too stuck in the past.
Murder accused brothers 'lied to fit a defence with the evidence' in McClatchey and O'Hare case
Four brothers accused of double murder lied under oath as they tried to concoct a defence to "fit with the evidence", a barrister said yesterday.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Gortin manslaughter accused has curfew amendment refused
A Gortin man accused of manslaughter has had an application to vary his bail conditions refused at East Tyrone Magistrates Court.
Former PSNI chief brands dissidents 'wannabe Provos'
The ongoing dissident republican campaign throughout Belfast is "made up of little more than wannabe Provos", former Assistant Chief Constable Alan McQuillan said last night.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Double murder accused's shame over abuse
An alleged double murderer accused of killing the man who sexually abused him has given emotional evidence about the "shame" he suffered as a result.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Legal aid row at Arlene Arkinson inquest
The appearance of a key witness at the inquest of a murdered Northern Ireland schoolgirl has been thrown into doubt because of a row over legal aid, a coroner's court has heard.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Troubles prosecution call slammed
Relatives of Troubles' victims have expressed outrage at a proposal by the North's attorney general to end prosecutions in conflict related cases.
Mail on Sunday
Murders committed during Northern Ireland's Troubles should NOT be...
John Larkin QC has called for an end to 'prosecutions, inquests and other inquiries' into deaths before the 1998 Good Friday Agreement Mr Larkin said this would not amount to an amnesty - the pre-1998 offences would still be crimes but they would no longer be prosecuted Murders which took place in Northern Ireland during the Troubles should not be ... (more)
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Irish Republican News
British Police to Patrol Irish Streets
Police from England, Scotland and Wales could become a permanent feature of the PSNI's patrols in the north of Ireland as an alternative to the return of the British Army, it has emerged.
Family told extent of burn injuries
Exactly seven years to the day since she died, the family of a murdered arson victim have heard harrowing evidence of how she was horrifically burned.
The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine
Blair Follows in Clinton's Footsteps at Myanmar Peace Center
They were the late-1990s peacemakers-Third Way buddy-cops whose ready smiles, demonstrative hand gestures and varnished empathy helped broker deals in places as different as Kosovo and Northern Ireland.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Bank accused of delaying sale of town's only hotel
PLANS to sell Dungannon's only hotel, the Bank House, have ground to a halt, in spite of buyer interest and the town's growing need for hotel accommodation, it has been claimed.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Parts of electricity grid overloaded
The present electricity grid was built in the 1960s and 1970s to transport electricity from three power stations to homes and businesses.