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Former IRA commander repeatedly abused Aine Adams when she was aged between 5 and 9
Downton Abbey star Jim Carter has taken part in a 1,000 mile cycle tour as part of a bid to recreate the spirit of the Olympics.
Filmmaker Nathan Todd said the PR package was 'not intended to offend anyone'
A student who achieved seven A*s in his A-levels yesterday has been rejected from Oxford - but isn’t 'in any way disappointed'.
Police came under sustained attack by crowds 'intent on creating disorder'
Despite his Scottish name Angus Mackay was a most English performer. Usually bespectacled and always fastidious, he was forever popping up on television playing repressed and officious factotums, effete Etonians or kindly clergymen. Some of those little roles linger long in the memory, such as the amorous waterbed salesman in Steptoe and Son (1974). But Mackay's passion was the stage, where, in a 50-year career, he brought a piquant precision to everything from Stoppard to Shaw.
‘Peace envoy’ to Northern Ireland appointed in a bid to resolve issue of contentious parades
Sectarian unrest, largely in the north of the city, sparked by the decision to ban a loyalist parade passing through a republican area
Local blogger says coverage becomes 'more anachronistic with every passing year'
Medical officer warns particularly strong drugs, including one known as Green Rolex, are in circulation
Around 2,000 people march through Northern Irish capital before meetings begin on Monday
Fawad Ahmed, the leg-spinner who has been fast-tracked into the Australia set-up, finally donned the gold and green for the first time today.
'There's a lot going on in Cape Town'
The Westminster MP for east Belfast tells David McKittrick why she's still optimistic
He admitted that when he was in his Spitfire he was 'scared bloody stiff, all the time'
Belfast, Armagh and Dublin will be taken in before prestigious tour moves to Italy