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# northern-ireland - Wednesday 25 April, 2018

Mary Lou defends using the word Londonderry: 'I'm well aware of the history of Derry'

The name of the city remains a contentious issue for some.

'I was stripped and photographed in the nude, while being held by the hair'

The 14 Hooded Men who were interned in the North in 1971 met with Tánaiste Simon Coveney yesterday.

# northern-ireland - Tuesday 24 April, 2018

Review to examine how serious sexual offence cases are handled in Northern Ireland

It will look into the impact of social media on trials, among other issues.

# northern-ireland - Monday 23 April, 2018

Warnings from former taoisigh on Brexit border: 'The communities would come together to tear it down'

Brian Cowen, Bertie Ahern and John Bruton shared a stage in Dublin this morning.

Theresa May to reverse stance on UK leaving the customs union after Brexit

Yesterday, Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin said that the future of Northern Ireland was being decided in Brexit negotiations.

# northern-ireland - Sunday 22 April, 2018

Burglar slaps woman in face before stealing money and wedding ring

The woman is said to be “badly shocked” after the incident.

# northern-ireland - Tuesday 10 April, 2018

'The Good Friday Agreement was politics that worked because people stopped behaving like politicians'

That is the view of Tony Blair, one of the architects of the deal.

Bill Clinton on sleepless nights in 1998, Bertie trying to keep him up till dawn and Northern Ireland's similarities with Black Panther

Bill Clinton shared his memories of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, 20 years ago today.

# northern-ireland - Monday 9 April, 2018

Bill Clinton warns political stalemate could result in the North going 'back into the hell of the Troubles'

There are three possible outcomes if the institutions in the North don’t get up and running soon, said Clinton.

Peter Hain: 'The UK government is playing a dangerous game with the peace process'

Boris Johnston thinks that post Brexit, Armagh and Louth will be just the same as Camden and Westminster except with more Guinness, writes Peter Hain.

# northern-ireland - Friday 6 April, 2018

Man left with fractured skull after 'brutal and horrific' attack

The incident happened last night in a garage beside a property in the Farm Hill of Mosside.

# northern-ireland - Thursday 5 April, 2018

PSNI launches investigation into distribution of anti-Islamic leaflets to Belfast homes

Members of the DUP have said the leaflets are “absolutely wrong and dangerous”.

# northern-ireland - Tuesday 3 April, 2018

From The42 Ciara Mageean named Northern Ireland athletics captain for Commonwealth Games Leading The Charge

Ciara Mageean named Northern Ireland athletics captain for Commonwealth Games

All eyes on Australia’s Gold Coast from tomorrow.

# northern-ireland - Monday 2 April, 2018

UDA threat against journalist condemned

The NUJ has said it is concerned about the safety of the journalist and those close to them.

# northern-ireland - Sunday 1 April, 2018

Nine arrested after clashes with police at illegal Easter parade in Lurgan

The eight masked men, with ages ranging from 30-48, were dressed in paramilitary-style uniforms.

# northern-ireland - Monday 26 March, 2018

UK civil servant tasked with finding solution to Irish border issue quits job

Simon Case is leaving his role to become Prince William’s private secretary.

# northern-ireland - Saturday 24 March, 2018

From The42 Dream debut for 18-year-old supersub as Northern Ireland snatch late victory over Korea New Hero

'What are Sinn Féin delivering? Absolutely nothing' - Foster says DUP won't be held to 'ransom'

Both parties have been deadlocked now for over 14 months.

# northern-ireland - Monday 19 March, 2018

Ireland 'fully supports' UK's efforts to punish those behind 'heinous' poisoning of former spy

Russia has denied involvement in the poisoning.

# northern-ireland - Wednesday 14 March, 2018

Republican Congressman linked to Trump's travel ban to be honoured at Irish-American event

Leo Varadkar said he is comfortable with tonight’s event, stating he doesn’t have to agree 100% with everyone’s views.

'There is important work to be done': Clinton says politicians should commit to spirit of Good Friday Agreement

A special event to mark the 20th anniversary of the deal has been held in Washington DC.

Varadkar calls for marriage equality in the North during Washington speech

He told the packed out auditorium that he was happy to march in the Pride parade in Belfast last year.

# northern-ireland - Tuesday 13 March, 2018

Legal challenge lodged to allow people in North vote in Eighth Amendment referendum

A Belfast law firm said the issue is “a matter of national importance”.

European Commission president: 'Good Friday Agreement must be preserved in all its dimensions'

Jean-Claude Juncker said that the European Union stood “firm and united” when it came to Ireland.

Northern MLAs could have their pay docked by over €15,000 while Stormont remains down

Secretary of State Karen Bradley ‘is minded’ to reduce their pay.

# northern-ireland - Monday 12 March, 2018

Man who was found slumped in car was shot in head

The PSNI has appealed for information.

# northern-ireland - Thursday 8 March, 2018

Northern Ireland budget to include £410 million from DUP deal with Conservatives

The budget also sets out £80 million in support of immediate health and education pressure.

# northern-ireland - Monday 5 March, 2018

'Definitely not': Varadkar pours cold water on US/Canada-style border after May comments Brexit Wounds This post contains videos

'Definitely not': Varadkar pours cold water on US/Canada-style border after May comments

Theresa May said earlier that the UK was looking at solutions such as the one in North America for the Irish border issue.

# northern-ireland - Sunday 4 March, 2018

Complaints about the lack of GAA on BBC Northern Ireland - but what can be done?

A Sinn Féin politician met the organisation this week.

Brexit: What's next?

It was a big week, Brexit wise.

# northern-ireland - Tuesday 27 February, 2018

Police believe house fire that killed three people was started deliberately

A 27-year-old man has been arrested in Fermanagh.

# northern-ireland - Saturday 24 February, 2018

The US could send a special envoy to Northern Ireland soon

The role has been vacant under President Donald Trump.

# northern-ireland - Thursday 22 February, 2018

Derry Girls is the most-watched TV show ever in Northern Ireland

The comedy, set in the 1990s during The Troubles, has received rave reviews.

Coveney says 'we can't alter geography and history' amid increasingly tense Brexit talks

The Tánaiste added that power-sharing needs to be “urgently” restored in Northern Ireland.

# northern-ireland - Wednesday 21 February, 2018

The Council of Europe has told the UK to pass laws to protect the Irish language

The issue has been at the centre of the dispute at Stormont.

Family of man shot dead by British Army won't be given report on the killing as it's still too sensitive

The 24-year-old was shot shortly after crossing an army checkpoint.

# northern-ireland - Tuesday 20 February, 2018

Explainer: Why UK Brexiteers have been told to 'sod off' away from the Good Friday Agreement

It’s all about how it affects the UK’s Brexit negotiating position in Europe.

White House visit: Simon Coveney to brief Trump administration on Northern Ireland

The Tánaiste is to travel to New York and Washington DC following this morning’s Cabinet meeting.

# northern-ireland - Monday 19 February, 2018

Bertie Ahern says he's been 'talking to Simon Coveney' about the ongoing Stormont talks

Ahern also questioned Micheál Martin’s criticism of the government.

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