The first major hearing in the case against an Army veteran facing Bloody Sunday murder charges is set to take place in Belfast because of security fears.
An investigation has identified an “industry-wide” issue of lorry drivers ignoring international regulations and putting lives at risk by staying in their cabs at sea.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said that there has to be a level playing field in the Brexit negotiations to ensure the single market and customs union are “not diluted”.
The Government “will legislate” to make sure no-one who served in the armed forces suffers “vexatious or unfair prosecution” for historic cases where no new evidence has been provided, the Prime Minister has said.
As the start of the 2020 General Election campaign gets under way, two major issues are expected to dominate political battle.
Sunderland have described a social media post about new signing Kyle Lafferty which inadvertently referred to loyalist pipe bands as a “genuine mistake”.
The Prime Minister has been urged to keep his word and deliver a multibillion pound funding windfall to support the restoration of powersharing in Northern Ireland.
The Prime Minister has hailed the “wonderful” compromise that triggered the return of powersharing in Northern Ireland.
Legacy mechanisms to deal with Northern Ireland’s troubled past are about establishing the truth, not apportioning blame, Simon Coveney has said.
Political deadlock in Northern Ireland ended yesterday when unionist and nationalist parties restored a power-sharing coalition.
Ministers have been appointed to Stormont’s coalition executive after powersharing returned to Northern Ireland.