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May 2023
King Charles III thanks Armagh for warm welcome on second day of visit to Northern Ireland
‘I do hope you have great success in the future,’ Charles told the crowd of people gathered in Market Theatre Square.
PSNI detective John Caldwell makes first public appearance since attack at King Charles event
Charles and Camilla arrived at Hazelbank Park in Co Antrim to cheers from waiting members of the public this afternoon.
UK laws limiting protest must be repealed, campaigner says after being arrested on coronation day
In total the Met Police made 64 arrests during the coronation day of Britain’s King Charles.
Police arresting anti-monarchy protesters were 'intimidating' and 'heavy handed'
The CEO of anti-monarchy group Republic was among 52 demonstrators detained yesterday.
Liverpool close in on Man United as fans boo national anthem
Mo Salah scored his 100th Anfield goal amid a hard-fought win against Brenford.
Met Police say they 'police proportionately' following outcry over coronation arrests
Among those arrested was Graham Smith, chief executive of the anti-monarchy group Republic.
Quiz: Do you know your kings from your queens?
Test your knowledge of these famous rulers.
King Charles's coronation: Everything you need to know
It’s the first British coronation ceremony in 70 years.
Opinion: Charles' coronation comes at a tricky time - is the jig up for the British monarchy?
Peter Flanagan looks at the history and current state of the British monarchy ahead of the crowning of King Charles this weekend.
'A complicated history': Why are so many Irish people fascinated by the British Royal family?
Many Irish people will join in with millions globally to take in the coronation of King Charles tomorrow.
Anti-monarchy group sent 'intimidatory' letter about new protesting laws ahead of coronation
London’s Met Police said that 11,500 police will be on duty on Saturday and their ‘tolerance for disruption will be low’.
Ahead of his coronation, some British media are struggling to deal with their new 'woke' King
King Charles III will be crowned alongside his wife Camilla on Saturday.
This year
New poll finds over half of British do not want to pay for King Charles coronation
51% of respondents believe the ceremony to crown Charles and Camilla should not be paid for by the UK government.
King Charles shows support for research into British monarchy’s historical links to slavery
The research will investigate the UK monarchy’s involvement in the slave trade and engagement with the empire.
‘Queen Camilla’ used officially for first time on King Charles III coronation invites
Camilla had been referred to as ‘Queen Consort’ since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
French protests made Charles' visit to Palace of Versailles impossible, says ex-Paris diplomat
Sylvie Bermann said plans for a banquet at the Palace of Versailles for Charles and Camilla would ‘not have given a good image’.
Australia to remove images of British monarch from its banknotes
The late Queen Elizabeth II’s image will not be replaced.
Prince Harry tells TV interviewer he wants his father and brother back
The Duke of Sussex has done interviews with ITV and CBS News, which will be aired on Sunday.
Last year
Man arrested after egg ‘thrown in direction' of King Charles
Charles was temporarily steered away from crowds following the incident.
Man detained after eggs thrown at Britain's King Charles during visit to York
Police officers were seen restraining a suspect following the incident, which left the British Royals unhurt.
Queen Elizabeth's grandchildren mount vigil around coffin
Prince William also shook hands with those in the lengthy line.
Unionists complain of 'too much' discussion about Sinn Féin in wake of Queen Elizabeth's death
The new king met Sinn Féin Vice President Michelle O’Neill and DUP Leader Jeffrey Donaldson this week.
UK's King Charles leaves NI after memorial service attended by Taoiseach and President Higgins
The new Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris greeted King Charles at Belfast City Airport.
Truss and Sturgeon join King Charles III for queen's thanksgiving service
Charles will visit Northern Ireland tomorrow for a memorial service, which the Taoiseach and President will attend.
Number of arrests made as events held across UK following death of Queen Elizabeth II
In Edinburgh, a woman who was arrested during the accession proclamation for the king has been charged.
Thousands line Queen’s coffin route to pay final respects in Scotland
The cortege travelled around 180-miles from Balmoral to Edinburgh in a journey lasting more than six hours.
Sinn Féin stays away from proclamation but will attend other royal events
Party vice president Michelle O’Neill attended a rally for Troubles victims in Belfast while the proclamation ceremony was held in Hillsborough.
Charles formally declared British King as Elizabeth's funeral details released
“I am deeply aware of this great inheritance and of the duties and heavy responsibilities of Sovereignty which have now passed to me.”
What happens now? Britain's queen has died and Charles is the UK’s new monarch
Charles has inherited the sovereign title along with hundreds of millions of pounds worth of assets, such as land and property.
All time
Oliveira calls for lightweight title shot after impressive stoppage of Lee
The 30-year-old Brazilian has now won seven fights in a row following last night’s submission victory.
Piutau primed for Thomond Park debut against former Blues brother
“I played a lot with him in New Zealand and it’s great to see him back from injury to give him a chance.”
The worry and wait is over: Charles Piutau had his Ulster gear on for training today
The All Black’s second season in Europe began today.
Ulster-bound Piutau among 11 Premiership players nominated for European Rugby Player of the Year
Dan Carter’s in there too, but the EPCR panel couldn’t find room for any Irish players.
Meet Jasper, the 'pipe-smoking' dog from Galway
Jasper likes to imitate his owner, Padraic Sirr. And we can’t even.