# Northern Ireland

Last year
Family of girl, 14, shot dead fear Troubles Legacy Bill could end hopes of justice
Aviva Stadium debut should be a huge celebration for Irish women's football
Northern Ireland not to be underestimated in 'home nations clash' at Aviva Stadium
Man released after questioning on claim of responsibility over shot detective
New inquest ordered into murder of Thomas Lockard in 1998
Joe Biden asked Varadkar if there was any way he could help around UK's Legacy Bill issues
Some Troubles victims' families received as little as £43 for funerals
Brian Rowan: The head of the new Troubles legacy body will have a mountain to climb
Man hospitalised after being shot in both legs in Derry
Lyra McKee's sister says extremism that 'destroyed' her family is growing in political deadlock
PSNI appeal for information after shooting in Co Armagh home
Six families launch High Court challenge over Troubles Legacy Bill
Suspected gang leader on the run after being granted bail to attend funeral in Dublin
Armagh MLA calls for RTÉ competitions to be open to Northern Ireland viewers
Third person charged by police in ongoing terrorism investigation in Derry
Irish and British ministers still at odds over Varadkar comments about united Ireland and Stormont
Taoiseach stands by comment that he believes there will be a united Ireland in his lifetime
Leo Varadkar in Northern Ireland as €1 billion worth of peace funding announced
Debunked: Conspiracy site Infowars used fake claims about Ireland as evidence of 'white genocide'
Man in PSNI custody for questioning as part of terrorism investigation in Derry
Handcuffed man at large in west Belfast after escaping police custody following arrest
Taoiseach appeals to UK government to not enact Troubles Legacy Bill as govt mulls legal action
Troubles Legacy Bill: 'It's almost as if the UK is writing itself out of the North's history'
Northern Ireland’s Euro 2024 hopes suffer huge blow with Slovenia defeat
Legal challenge lodged over Troubles Legacy Bill
Families of Troubles victims say passing of Legacy Bill is 'disturbing' and 'upsetting'
Taoiseach says people 'read too much' into Wolfe Tones but warns about 'how songs might be heard'
Government considering legal action as Westminster votes to end historical prosecutions in NI
Two men charged with murder of Conor Browne in Co Tyrone
House of Lords votes to amend controversial Troubles legacy Bill as UK govt urged to scrap it
Major PSNI data breach could cost force up to €281 million, MPs told
The PSNI controversies that have dogged Chief Constable Simon Byrne
PSNI Chief Constable Simon Byrne has resigned after pressure over handling of two controversies
On Friday, DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson confirmed that his party had submitted a motion of no-confidence in Byrne.
Byrne had originally insisted that he would not resign following an emergency meeting of the Policing Board on Thursday.
SDLP submits motion to mandate Ireland-UK cooperation on northern financing
Two men arrested in Derry over poster ‘linking names to PSNI’
DUP submit no-confidence motion in PSNI chief
‘Police details’ poster in bus shelter contained incorrect information – PSNI
Poster with details of three serving PSNI officers placed on bus shelter in Derry
PSNI chief constable says he won't resign following lengthy Policing Board meeting
DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson says it's 'time for change' at top of PSNI following High Court ruling