A former smuggling route covering both sides of the Irish border has been a “meeting place” for centuries, a cultural heritage expert said.
A key Northern Ireland government department is “under-prepared” for Brexit due to delays in recruitment, an Ulster Unionist MLA has claimed.
A teenager is recovering in hospital after being shot four times in Co Antrim.
A new Westminster inquiry is to examine whether the Government has a responsibility to reform abortion laws in Northern Ireland.
The senior civil servant running Northern Ireland’s public services since Stormont collapsed has expressed his deep concern for the region if there is no Brexit deal.
The Government must “move beyond a sticking plaster approach” to the collapse in powersharing in Northern Ireland, MPs have warned.
Even a “paltry and insulting” proposed pay rise for officers in Northern Ireland cannot be agreed because of the Stormont impasse, the Police Federation said.
A man thrown from a British military helicopter during the Troubles has warned that a failure to declare his treatment as torture has given a legal all-clear for brutal interrogation tactics around the world.
Brexiteer proposals to resolve the Irish border issue are “boring” and “nothing new” but offer a commons-sense solution to the problem, according to backers.
Michael O’Neill has warned his Northern Ireland players he will need them at their sharpest to cope with a tough double-header away to Austria and Bosnia & Herzegovina next month.