No consensus reached on final set of proposals to deal with flags, disputed parades and the legacy of the Troubles
When asked if the IRA should be admitted to Northern Ireland talks without first ending its campaign of violence, Mandela fumbled his reply
Tributes paid to Father Alec Reid, trusted go-between of both the IRA and British Government
Former IRA commander repeatedly abused Aine Adams when she was aged between 5 and 9
Police came under sustained attack by crowds 'intent on creating disorder'
Chief officer of Portlaoise Prison was left brain-damaged and paralysed after he was shot in the back of the neck in Dublin in 1983
‘Peace envoy’ to Northern Ireland appointed in a bid to resolve issue of contentious parades
The rich can have different sensibilities from the rest of us. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a relative of the King of Saudi Arabia and reputedly the world’s richest Arab, has been deeply offended by Forbes Magazine placing him 26th on its rich list, with an estimated wealth of $20 billion.
Even taking into account the BBC's more recent traumas, the 1980s were the most turbulent decade in its history. Alan Protheroe played a central and often controversial role in the Corporation's bitter battles with Mrs.Thatcher's Government. With hindsight, it can be argued that the BBC suffered long-term damage because of his stubborn failure – along with that of senior colleagues – to recognise and allow for the increasing assertiveness of the politically appointed board of governors, reflecting a fundamental shift in the rules of engagement between Westminster and Broadcasting House.
Priest reveals how he tried to save two undercover British soldiers discovered at a Belfast funeral in 1988.
Sinn Fein veteran Francie Molloy insisted his party colleague Martin McGuinness would be a hard act to follow after winning the Westminster seat vacated by Stormont's deputy First Minister.
'Mass fatalities' avoided in major coup for security forces as three men arrested
Martin McGuinness has resigned as Mid-Ulster MP.
Police were bracing themselves for another night of violence after a protest by loyalists against new restrictions on flying the Union flag passed peacefully.
US secretary of state Hillary Clinton urged an end to the new outbreak of violence in Northern Ireland today.
Violence which erupted in Belfast after a controversial vote on the Union flag was unacceptable, Northern Ireland's First Minister warned today.