Widow to sue police chief and MoD
Published: Wednesday, 17 December 2014
The widow of a factory worker killed by loyalist paramilitaries more than 40 years ago is to sue to the PSNI Chief Constable and Ministry of Defence.
Kingsmill suspects received OTR letters
Published: Friday, 12 December 2014
It has emerged that two IRA men suspected of involvement in the Kingsmill shootings were part of the 'on-the-run' letters scheme.
Call for UK inquiry into 'hooded men'
Published: Friday, 05 December 2014
Demands have been made for a human rights investigation to be made by UK authorities into the treatment of "the hooded men".
Worker witnessed McColgan murder
Published: Tuesday, 02 December 2014
A postal worker has been describing how he saw two loyalist gunmen shoot Danny McColgan at a sorting office in Rathcoole in north Belfast almost 13 years ago.
Irish call to reopen ‘hooded men’ case
Published: Tuesday, 02 December 2014
The Irish government has decided to request the re-opening of the landmark 'hooded men' case.
'CCTV not working' when postman shot
Published: Monday, 01 December 2014
Security cameras which could have captured the murder of a Catholic postman more than 12 years ago were not working when the gunmen struck, an inquest has been told.
Cadaver dog helps in Disappeared search
Published: Monday, 01 December 2014
A specially trained dog has been brought in to assist investigators searching bogland in Co Meath for Disappeared victim Joe Lynskey.
Man released in Jean McConville probe
Published: Thursday, 27 November 2014
A leading republican has been released as part of the overall investigation into the abduction and murder of mother-of-ten Jean McConville in 1972.
Council to trace records on 1993 murders
Published: Thursday, 27 November 2014
An emergency injunction issued against Belfast City Council has been withdrawn after the council pledged to trace and secure any records it has about the UFF murder of two Catholic men at a west Belfast cleansing depot 20 years ago.
Peace barrier removed in north Belfast
Published: Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Residents in north Belfast have widely welcomed the decision to remove a peace barrier in the area for the first time in almost 30 years, but some have expressed concern that the move was too soon.
Call to reopen landmark internment case
Published: Monday, 24 November 2014
The Irish government is being urged to request a re-opening of the landmark judgment on allegations the UK government sanctioned the use of torture against internees in Northern Ireland in the 1970s.
Legal challenge over UVF double murder
Published: Sunday, 23 November 2014
A man who claims loyalist gunmen colluded with the security forces to murder his parents has launched a legal challenge over the state's handling of the historic investigation.
Birmingham bombing victims remembered
Published: Friday, 21 November 2014
A memorial service for those killed in the Birmingham pub bombings in 1974 has taken place on Friday to mark the 40th anniversary of the terrorist attack.
Funeral held for Brendan Megraw
Published: Friday, 14 November 2014
The funeral of Disappeared victim Brendan Megraw has taken place, 36 years after he was abducted and murdered by the IRA.
Remains of Brendan Megraw returned
Published: Wednesday, 12 November 2014
The remains of one of the IRA's "Disappeared" victims have been brought back to his home town of Belfast - 36 years after he was abducted and murdered.
New light shed on Ballymurphy death
Published: Monday, 10 November 2014
One of Northern Ireland's leading medical consultants has shed new light on the army killing of a mother-of-eight over 40 years ago.
Bloody Sunday families in legal bid
Published: Monday, 10 November 2014
Relatives of civil rights marchers shot dead by soldiers in Derry in 1972 have lodged a legal challenge against the decision to scale back the murder investigation.
Gerry Adams recalls 'the good old IRA'
Published: Friday, 07 November 2014
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has written a blog in which he criticises his party's political opponents for condemning the IRA of the Troubles era while commemorating Michael Collins.
Disappeared investigators back in Meath
Published: Thursday, 06 November 2014
Investigators have returned to a rural part of Co Meath, where one of the Disappeared was found last month, to search for another victim.
Brother appeals over other Disappeared
Published: Tuesday, 04 November 2014
The brother of Brendan Megraw believes more bodies are buried near a bog where the Disappeared victim's remains were recovered a month ago in the Republic of Ireland.
Remains confirmed as Disappeared victim
Published: Monday, 03 November 2014
The family of Brendan Megraw have expressed relief after human remains found in the Republic of Ireland last month were confirmed as those of the Disappeared victim.
Annual walk for the Disappeared held
Published: Sunday, 02 November 2014
Families of the Disappeared held their eighth annual All Souls Day Silent Walk at Stormont on Sunday.
Man released over Jean McConville
Published: Thursday, 30 October 2014
A man arrested in connection with the 1972 abduction and murder of Jean McConville has been released.
Omagh bomb intelligence 'withheld'
Published: Thursday, 30 October 2014
RUC Special Branch withheld some information from detectives investigating the Omagh bombing which killed 29 people in 1998, a Police Ombudsman investigation has found.
Battle of the Bogside exhibition
Published: Tuesday, 28 October 2014
They were said to have captured the birth of the Troubles in Londonderry and now the pictures of what became known as the Battle of the Bogside return to the city in which they were shot for an exhibition.
Adams apologises over IRA abuse claims
Published: Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Gerry Adams has apologised to sex abuse victims who were let down by the IRA.
Police 'scoping' Powell comments
Published: Wednesday, 22 October 2014
A Westminster committee has been told that police are examining if former No 10 chief of staff Jonathan Powell may have perverted the course of justice by advising a republican fugitive not to return to the UK.
PPS to review Cahill linked cases
Published: Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Three criminal cases linked to the alleged rape of a Belfast woman who says the republican movement covered up her claims are to be independently reviewed, the Public Prosecution Service has announced.
Ombudsman criticises PSNI OTR role
Published: Tuesday, 21 October 2014
The NI Police Ombudsman has criticised the role of the PSNI in the On The Runs Scheme following the collapse of the John Downey trial earlier this year.
Bloody Sunday investigation 'is over'
Published: Thursday, 16 October 2014
Some of the Bloody Sunday families believe the murder investigation into the 1972 shootings is effectively over, due to the police financial constraints.
Loyalist ceasefire: 20 years on
Published: Monday, 13 October 2014
On the 20th anniversary of the loyalist ceasefire, journalist Ivan Little recounts the day when paramilitaries announced an end to their campaign of violence.
Silence marks IRA Brighton bombing
Published: Sunday, 12 October 2014
A minute's silence was held in Brighton to mark 30 years since the IRA bombed The Grand Hotel.
Bloody Sunday probe cut to be contested
Published: Friday, 03 October 2014
A lawyer for the majority of the families and wounded victims of Bloody Sunday has said they will challenge the decision to axe officers from the police investigation team in the High Court.
Bloody Sunday probe to lose officers
Published: Thursday, 02 October 2014
The majority of the PSNI team investigating the Bloody Sunday killings in Derry are to be laid off as part of massive funding cuts to the police service.
Body removed from Co Meath bog
Published: Thursday, 02 October 2014
The body of a man believed to be one of the IRA's Disappeared victims has been removed from a bog near Kells, Co Meath.

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