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# Northern Ireland

Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
Emma DeSouza: Should we really put a price on a United Ireland?
Emma DeSouza
Varadkar hopes his bad rep with unionists will be reassessed 'with the fullness of time'
Varadkar 'confident' Stormont can withstand shock resignation of former DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson
This month
April 2024
New evidence into Guildford pub bombing won't be pursued due to Legacy Bill, family told
DUP focus ‘undiminished’ despite ‘difficult and shocking’ Donaldson resignation, Robinson says
A united Ireland would cost €20 billion every year for 20 years, says study
Journalists targeted by 'disturbing' petrol bomb attacks at dissident march in Derry
Last month
March 2024
Donaldson resignation will prompt fresh questions for DUP and power-sharing
Jeffrey Donaldson resigns as leader of the DUP as he faces historical offences allegations
The Lagan Valley MP issued a statement to confirm he was charged and a judicial process has started.
Man (61) and woman (57) charged in connection with historical sexual offences
Three men arrested in connection with attempted murder of PSNI DCI John Caldwell in Omagh
NI leaders to attend first meeting of East-West Council aimed at improving links across UK
Appeal for information after car stolen in Strabane found across border stripped of parts
Four people have died in a road crash in Armagh
Court increases sentence for man jailed over role in Real IRA attempted murder of police officer
Man murdered in Co Down named locally as brother of former MLA
Garda killer Pearse McAuley described as 'philosopher' during funeral mass
Ireland's 'soft power' used to remind US it helped bring peace before and could do so again
All eyes were watching Leo Varadkar to see if he convey the message from the Irish people and push for peace in Palestine.
Police in Northern Ireland freeze four bank accounts belonging to West Belfast UDA member
Diggers move in to Casement Park as O'Neill says Euros is 'huge opportunity'
‘Open for business’: Michelle O’Neill and Emma Little-Pengelly bring burgeoning double act to Washington
Ex-Garda Chief Super: Stakeknife and Operation Kenova - are there questions for Dublin?
John O'Brien
UK Government to appeal Belfast court ruling that parts of Troubles Legacy Act was unlawful
Michelle O’Neill ‘determined’ that Casement Park will be rebuilt in time for Euro 2028
Stormont’s DUP education minister says Irish should be shared language for everybody in North
British intelligence services have lowered the terrorist threat level for Northern Ireland
Junior doctors in Northern Ireland holding 24-hour walkout over pay conditions
Michelle O'Neill is now more popular than the main party leaders in Ireland, opinion poll finds
Tánaiste backs calls for debate on reform of Stormont institutions
February 2024
Immunity from prosecution under Troubles Legacy Act not compatible with human rights laws, judge rules
Hourly trains between Dublin and Belfast announced as part of €800m NI funding package
One case of measles confirmed in Northern Ireland, linked to rise of cases across Europe
Border analysis: 'My dad was in the Orange Order, but I'd probably vote for a United Ireland'
Emma DeSouza
Funding for Casement Park redevelopment is still a 'big difficulty', new Stormont minister says
Funding for Casement Park redevelopment is still a 'big difficulty', new Stormont minister says
The rise of Conor Bradley, and how the FAI missed out
The FAI tried to sway Bradley, but found it was already too late.
Four former British soldiers to be charged over shootings in Belfast in 1972
Who is Emma Little-Pengelly, Northern Ireland's new Deputy First Minister?
Taoiseach confident Stormont Executive 'is here to last' following talks in Belfast
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who was also at Stormont to mark the restoration of devolution, said “the real work starts now”.
The return of Stormont will see the Treasury release a £3.3 billion package to support under-pressure public services in Northern Ireland.
Sunak said the offer represents “a generous and fair settlement”.
DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson said he will be making the case that the Executive needs resources to "deliver sustainable public finances".
Poll: Do you pay attention to Northern Ireland politics?