Remains found in Disappeared search
Published: Wednesday, 01 October 2014
The brother of Disappeared victim Brendan Megraw has described the family’s shock that human remains have been found during a search for his body at Oristown in Co Meath.
Mother found McGuinness' IRA beret
Published: Friday, 26 September 2014
Martin McGuinness has said his mother was left traumatised after finding out he was in the IRA when he accidentally left a beret in the family home.
Journalists recall Bloody Sunday events
Published: Wednesday, 24 September 2014
The latest episode of UTV's The Troubles I've Seen will focus on two of the darkest events of Northern Ireland's history, recounted by journalists who were reporting from the front line.
'Disappeared' archaeologist dies
Published: Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Tributes have been paid to a top archaeologist who helped bring closure to the anguished families of Northern Ireland's Disappeared.
Inquest into Kingsmills killings
Published: Wednesday, 17 September 2014
An inquest into the Kingsmills killings is to be held next summer.
Dublin hears the legacy of the Troubles
Published: Monday, 15 September 2014
With children born in the year of the Good Friday Agreement now just two years off voting themselves, Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan has said politicians must continue to "actively support" the peace process.
'Grave misconduct' in weapons case
Published: Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Police lies and the deliberate destruction of secret recordings in a weapons possession case against one of the so-called Colombia Three amounted to grave misconduct, Northern Ireland's most senior judge has ruled.
Blair's NI achievements 'forgotten'
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A senior aide to former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said the Labour politician's involvement with conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan over-shadowed his achievements in Northern Ireland.
Loyalist gun 'used in other atrocities'
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
Northern Ireland's senior coroner, John Leckey, has heard that a gun used in the murder of a Co Tyrone hotel worker almost 20 years ago was linked to other terrorist atrocities.
New inquests 'could be held on Loughgall'
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
New inquests could be held into the fatal shooting of eight IRA men and one civilian in Loughgall, Co Armagh almost 30 years ago.
Boston tapes 'a complete sham'
Published: Thursday, 04 September 2014
An American university project used to charge an alleged former IRA commander with aiding and abetting the murder of Disappeared victim Jean McConville was "a complete sham", a court has heard.
Robert Hamill trial halted
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A judge has stopped the trial of two men and a woman in connection with the sectarian murder of a man by a loyalist mob in Northern Ireland.
The realities of the Troubles exposed
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A new series of 'The Troubles I've Seen' will begin on UTV on Thursday at 8.30pm.
England arrest over Catholic murders
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A man has been arrested in southern England by police investigating the murders of three Catholic men in Belfast 20 years ago.
Murder arrests 'not called to inquest'
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
People arrested and questioned about the loyalist murder of a young Belfast postal worker will not be called to give evidence at his inquest, a coroner has ruled.
'No alternative to dialogue' - McGuinness
Published: Sunday, 31 August 2014
Twenty years on from the IRA ceasefire, deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has said that there is no alternative to dialogue and agreement.
Fresh ROI search for Disappeared
Published: Wednesday, 27 August 2014
New attempts to locate the body of a newly-wed 23-year-old west Belfast man, who was murdered and secretly buried by the IRA in the 1970s, have begun in a remote bogland in the Republic of Ireland.
IRA ceasefire 20 years on
Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has described the IRA ceasefire of 1994 as the most important peace-making decision in the past 100 years of Irish history.
'Poverty linked to Troubles' - Academic
Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Any resolution on dealing with the past in Northern Ireland must include tackling those people living in poverty because of their experiences during the Troubles, a Queen's academic has said.
Family welcome new Disappeared search
Published: Friday, 22 August 2014
The family of one of the Disappeared have welcomed fresh information which has led to a land survey in Co Meath.
Land survey in search for Disappeared
Published: Thursday, 21 August 2014
A geographical survey will be carried out at a bog in Co Meath as part of efforts to find one of the Disappeared.
Clarity call over Dublin IRA 'amnesty'
Published: Monday, 18 August 2014
Victims’ campaigners are calling for the Irish government to make a public statement over claims the authorities turned a blind eye to IRA killers operating in the Republic for more than a decade.
Proceedings begin over Hamill death
Published: Monday, 11 August 2014
Committal proceedings have begun for three defendants - including a former RUC officer and his wife - all accused of perverting justice arising from a sectarian murder.
Gaza crisis highlighted at Derrylin march
Published: Sunday, 03 August 2014
The conflict in Gaza has been highlighted at a Hunger Strike Commemoration in Co Fermanagh on Sunday afternoon.
Campaigner and dFM 'share same goal'
Published: Friday, 01 August 2014
A man whose son was killed by an IRA bomb in England has spoken of the positive relationship he has developed with Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness.
OTR letters 'no amnesty for terrorists'
Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014
A review led by Lady Justice Hallett has found serious failings in the 'on the runs' administrative scheme - but also that letters sent to terrorism suspects "did not amount to an amnesty".
OTR amnesty 'a unionist myth' - Kelly
Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014
Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly has branded the notion of an amnesty for republican terrorism suspects who received letters telling them whether or not they were wanted by police "a unionist myth".
'Hate crime' attack on UDR memorial
Published: Wednesday, 16 July 2014
Police have removed a pro-IRA poster which was erected at a memorial to two UDR soldiers killed 30 years ago in Co Tyrone.
Anger at Derrylin hunger strike parade
Published: Wednesday, 16 July 2014
Unionists have condemned plans to hold a huge hunger strike parade in Co Fermanagh.
Blair 'may give OTRs evidence'
Published: Sunday, 13 July 2014
Former prime minister Tony Blair could be called before the parliamentary inquiry into 'on-the-run' letters, it has been reported.
Belfast paramilitary mural condemned
Published: Thursday, 03 July 2014
A paramilitary mural which has appeared in west Belfast has been condemned.
Gerry Conlon funeral takes place
Published: Saturday, 28 June 2014
The lawyer for the Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon, who was wrongly convicted of being an IRA bomber, has described him as ultimately "victorious" during a heartfelt tribute at his funeral.
Murdered sergeant 'failed by senior RUC'
Published: Friday, 27 June 2014
The murder of a RUC officer in Co Antrim almost 40 years ago could have been prevented by senior police commanders, a Police Ombudsman report has found.
Ballymurphy soldiers 'not identified'
Published: Friday, 27 June 2014
The Army has said it has not identified all the paratroopers involved in the Ballymurphy Massacre which killed 10 people in 1971.
Conlon wanted Guildford files made public
Published: Monday, 23 June 2014
A close friend of the late Gerry Conlon has spoken of his wish for the files connected to the Guildford Four case, which under the Official Secrets Act remain closed for 75 years, to be released.

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