The Duke of Edinburgh travelled to Ireland in 2011 “on a mission to heal history”, former president Mary McAleese has said.
The street disorder that has flared in various parts of Northern Ireland for more than a week can be attributed to a multitude of factors.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister has blamed “malign and criminal elements” for whipping up young people involved in recent violence and disorder.
The Stormont Assembly is set to be recalled for an emergency debate following days of violence and disorder in parts of Northern Ireland.
The Alliance Party leader has proposed a recall of the Stormont Assembly, following days of violence and disorder in parts of Northern Ireland.
Police were attacked during another night of violence and disorder in a number of loyalist areas in Northern Ireland on Monday.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland’s handling of the funeral of senior republican Bobby Storey last year is to be reviewed.
Stormont’s deputy First Minister has offered a “heartfelt and unreserved apology” to families bereaved in the pandemic for her actions in relation to her attendance at a large republican funeral.
The Stormont Assembly will convene for a recalled sitting later amid the escalating row over a decision not to prosecute Sinn Fein politicians who attended a huge republican funeral during the pandemic.
A controversial decision not to prosecute 24 Sinn Fein politicians for alleged coronavirus breaches at a republican funeral is to be reviewed.
Confidence in policing in Northern Ireland has reached an all-time low, Stormont’s First Minister has warned.
Senior Sinn Fein figures are expected to learn later whether they will face action over alleged breaches of Covid-19 regulations at the funeral of a senior republican.
A Government move to direct the commissioning of abortion services in Northern Ireland would have serious consequences for the future operation of devolution, the DUP has warned.
The DUP is attempting to roll back legislation liberalising Northern Ireland’s abortion laws, Sinn Fein’s vice-president Michelle O’Neill has said.
Boris Johnson has been snubbed by Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill during his visit to Northern Ireland after he declined a political meeting with Sinn Fein.
Arlene Foster has called for the “disastrous” Northern Ireland Protocol to be dismantled.
Northern Ireland’s health minister has urged executive colleagues to speak with a united voice in supporting Stormont’s lockdown exit plan.
A Stormont minister has been challenged by executive colleagues over his controversial decision to halt work on permanent inspection posts for Brexit port checks in Northern Ireland.
A controversial decision to halt work on permanent inspection posts for Brexit port checks in Northern Ireland will be debated by Stormont ministers later.
A banner depicting a threat against former Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams is being investigated by police as a hate crime.
A formal complaint has been lodged with Belfast City Council and the police chief over a threat against Gerry Adams on a banner placed at City Hall.
Sinn Fein’s criticism of Northern Ireland’s chief constable over the policing of a Troubles commemoration has been blasted by the DUP as “ringing hollow”.
A meeting between Sinn Fein and Northern Ireland’s chief constable following a controversial operation at a commemoration of a loyalist atrocity has been described as “forthright” and “frank”.
Northern Ireland’s chief constable denied being in anyone’s pocket as he expressed concern police were being used as a shock absorber in intensifying political clashes.
The UK should share any spare coronavirus vaccinations with Ireland, the Sinn Fein president has said.
Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister has announced she has gone into self-isolation.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster has said a border poll on a united Ireland would be “absolutely reckless”.
A controversial academic selection test for primary school pupils in Northern Ireland has been cancelled amid coronavirus safety concerns.
Northern Ireland-born comedian Patrick Kielty has claimed that a hard Brexit will guarantee a border poll.
Sinn Fein has branded as “absolutely bizarre” Arlene Foster’s description of her Brexit red line as blood red, claiming the DUP leader has “lost the run of herself”.