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Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has said he does not believe that Gardai colluded in the IRA murders of two senior RUC officers in 1989.
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'The Butler's David Oyelowo To Play Exiled Royal Seretse...
EXCLUSIVE : Fresh from his turn in Lee Daniels' The Butler , David Oyelowo has been set to star in and produce A United Kingdom , a love story based on the true tale of Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams.
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.
Archaeological finds cost taxpayer 17m
Removing archaeological items found during road building in Northern Ireland has cost the taxpayer A 17m, it has been revealed.
Lottery winner goes out looking for job and comes home with A 27 MILLION ticket
Her millions rival those of singer Adele and far surpass the earnings of stars like Cheryl Cole, Colleen Rooney and Leona Lewis One of Northern Ireland's biggest ever lottery winners told yesterday how she went looking for a job and returned with a A 27million ticket.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
A former Policing Board chairman has said there is support for a call to end Troubles prosecutions and a Strabane woman has won the biggest lotto jackpot in Northern Ireland.
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
TUV conference: Ann's Law one of biggest wins for victims
The passing of legislation barring anyone with a serious criminal conviction from holding a top job at Stormont was one of the major victories of the year, Jim Allister has claimed.
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
This is Guernsey
Crackdown vowed on noise pollution
Even though more than 12,000 complaints were made and over 650 fines and official warnings were handed out there was a 42% drop in the number of people brought to court over the issue.
Festive parking cheer for Dungannon motorists
From Monday 2nd December five hours parking will cost just A 1 in the Dungannon carparks operated by the Department and which have a tariff of 30p or more per hour.
Seven Authors Publishing Dream
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Thu Nov 28, 2013
Care home consultation launches today
A public consultation into the future of NHS residential care homes will be launched after a special meeting of the Health and Social Care Board in Belfast this afternoon.
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.
Women sentenced over sham wedding
Agnieszka Kobus, 43, from Chestnut Grove in Aughnacloy, County Tyrone, was arrested when she attempted to marry a Pakistani man in Dungannon on 17 October 2012.
Former Magherafelt Post Office gets facelift
The scaffolding came down yesterday on the building - now the Royal Mail sorting office - is also celebrating its 50th anniversary having opened in November 1963.
Mallon attack gun used in Cappagh and Moy murders
The gun used to shoot pensioner Roseann Mallon almost 20 years ago has been linked to at least six other murders, a coroner's court has heard.
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
Two soldiers face being discharged over brawl
Two members of the Irish Defence Forces face being discharged from the army for taking part in a violent fight after a "night of binge drinking" in a city centre night club.
House sales rise but 850 waiting on social housing in Magherafelt and Cookstown
AT a time when the number of houses being sold in Northern Ireland is at its highest level since the boom six years ago, calls were made at a public meeting in Magherafelt for more social housing in Mid-Ulster.