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Tactic a relic of Troubles An incendiary device ignited in a Belfast city centre shop As an incendiary device ignites in a shop in Belfast city centre, the BBC's Ireland correspondent Andy Martin looks at how such attacks were used by republican
A double murder inquiry has been launched following the deaths of a man and a woman in a house in Belfast. Ravenhill area in the south east of the city is thought to be domestic-related. Police believe the suspect may have been in a relationship with
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is "co-operating" with the police ombudsman over sensitive information, an inspection report has said. Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI) examined the relationship between the two organisations...
Penning warns of NI financial penalties Politicians in Northern Ireland have yet to pass legislation to implement welfare reforms The work and pensions minister has renewed pressure on the Northern Ireland Executive to pass its Welfare Reform Bill.
A former policeman in Northern Ireland appears to have saved both his own and his 12-year-old daughter's lives when he spotted a bomb planted under his car. The man, who left the force some years ago, spotted it while doing a routine security check
8 November 2013 6 View comments Quitting: MP Shaun Woodward MP plans to step down from Parliament at the 2015 general election MP Shaun Woodward, who became a Labour cabinet minister after defecting from the Conservative Party, is to step down from
The drones are small aircraft containing a camera and have a maximum wingspan of around 10ft The Army has defused a bomb during a security alert in Ardoyne, north Belfast...Local people told the BBC that an object was thrown at two men in the street
Ulster Unionists renew call for NI mental health centre Mike Nesbitt first introduced his proposal for an international trauma centre at his party conference The Ulster Unionist Party is to call on the health minister to support the creation of a new
Dr Nick Baker as Chief Medical Officer, and Dr David Bond as Associate Chief Medical Officer...Dr Baker is based in Nelson and Dr Bond is based in Marlborough. Dr Baker and Dr Bond went through a thorough appointment process, including making
News in pictures From the blogs Two viable letter bombs addressed to senior police officers in Northern Ireland have been intercepted at Royal Mail sorting offices and safely defused within hours of each other...Army bomb disposal experts were called