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# Parades

Last year
Poll: Will you go to a St Patrick's Day parade today?
St Patrick’s Day parades have been unable to take place due to Covid-19 restrictions in recent years.
All time
'Radio Boyne' and an Ulster Fry: How the Orange Order is celebrating a socially distanced 12 July
The Orange Order has cancelled parades this year because of Covid-19.
48 of the best photos from St Patrick's Day across the country
All smiles.
14 St Patrick's Day parades that will make you proud to be Irish
All hail the Teresa Mannion float.
14 gas Patrick's Day parades that would make you proud to be Irish today
All hail the Teresa Mannion float.
Going to a parade? Here's what you need to know about the weather and road closures
Maybe bring a brolly, just in case.
'Broad agreement' reached in Stormont talks as politicians take selfies and listen to Serial
Talks on welfare reform, flags, parades and the past continued through the night.
Two injured during anti-internment parade in Belfast
One officer and a members of the public sustained minor injuries in the parade which saw thousands take to the streets.
Here’s What Happened Today: Friday
Everyone’s talking about who got what job in the Cabinet, the 12th of July parades and the future of the Poolbeg chimneys…
The Orange Order distances itself from potential disruption tomorrow
The grand secretary of the Orange Order has said the organisation has made a “massive effort” to ensure tomorrow’s celebrations pass off peacefully.
Peace process should not be put at risk over parades - Adams
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking in the wake of yesterday’s negotiation walk-out by Unionist parties.
Richard Haass is coming to Dublin for Northern Ireland talks
Eamon Gilmore scheduled the meeting with Haass when he spoke with him on Monday.
Tánaiste asks for no more comments on Gerry Adams case
Eamon Gilmore also called for a ‘renewed commitment’ to the peace process.
US Embassy in Dublin claims Americans invented St Patrick's Day
They asked people in the streets of the capital what they thought.
Peter Robinson slams Martin McGuinness as 'controller and dictator' over Haass talks
Comments by Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness in relation to some of the unionist influence over the Haass talks have angered the leader of the DUP.
Agreement in Haass talks 'is possible' - Adams
Richard Haass left Belfast on Tuesday, but says the effort involved in coming back this weekend is justified.
Parades, protests and flags on the agenda as US diplomat arrives in Belfast
Richard Haass has been asked to chair an all-party panel that will make recommendations on how to deal with the most divisive issues by the end of the year.
Column: I hope my son never lives through the kind of violent history I did
Recent violence on the streets of Belfast filled me with despair; we need to teach our children respect for each other’s identity and traditions to avoid passing on the failures of the past, writes Peter Osborne.
Call for six-month ban on 'contentious' parades in Northern Ireland
Violent scenes and riots in recent months have led the Police Federation for Northern Ireland to suggest the ban.
DUP councillor Ruth Patterson arrested over Facebook comments
Both the BBC and the Press Association report that the the councillor was arrested after apologising for her comments last night.
Gilmore condemns 'appalling' attacks on police in Belfast
The Tánaiste said he believed most members of the Orange Order would not condone the violence or the burning of the Irish flag.
Tensions remain high for July 12th parades
More than 4,000 PSNI officers backed by 630 reinforcements from Britain are on duty across Northern Ireland.
Ardoyne parade banned as Northern Ireland readies for 'Twelfth'
Almost 50 parades described as “sensitive” as PSNI calls up additional support.
Investigation launched over claims SF minister injured in police jeep incident
Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly says a PSNI jeep drove at him, leaving him holding on to the security grill of the vehicle for a “considerable distance”. Another MLA was injured in the incident.
Parades Commission announces three new locations
The Parades Commission has issued determinations for three additional parades passing Clifton Street in Belfast.
Orange Hall smoke damaged in arson attack
The incident occurred in the early hours of this morning in west Belfast.
32 great pictures from St Patrick's Day 2013
Sure, the rain fell but we had a laugh, right?
Here's how they did Paddy's Day parades in 1905...
There was no Macnas in those days.
PSNI encouraged by latest union flag protest in Belfast
Protestors today did not try to “parade unlawfully into the city centre” – a move welcomed by police authorities.
Wenger plays down 'minor' Wilshere injury
Jack Wilshere was an unused sub in the Gunners’ 0-0 draw with Aston Villa but manager Arsene Wenger says it’s nothing to worry about.
Loyal order apologises to Catholic parish for marching band music
The Royal Black Institution, a Protestant fraternity, played music outside a Catholic church in spite of advice from the Parades Commission.
Third night of disturbances in Belfast
The PSNI has called for “anyone with influence” to help them bring an end to the renewed violence.
Column: Surely Loyalist marchers want a better image than this?
The violence during parades in Belfast last weekend have David McCann pondering the need for Unionism to appeal to Catholics as well as Protestants.
Traffic diversions for St Patrick’s Day festivities
We’ve put together lists for Ireland’s main cities from the Gardaí and AA Roadwatch.
St Patrick's Day festivities around the country: Your weekend guide
A round-up of the best events taking place around Ireland this weekend to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.
Belfast parade hit-and-run