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  • Orange Hall destoyed in fire

    Sun 14th Sep 2014

    An orange hall in County Donegal has been badly damaged in a fire. The blaze at Newtowncunningham was discovered in the early hours of Sunday morning. It’s the second time the building’s been found alight – in 2010 there was a minor arson attack. Gardaí are currently trying to establish the cause of fire this […]
  • Police officer injured in traffic collision

    Sun 14th Sep 2014

    A police officer has been injured in a road crash in South Belfast. It’s after her motorcycle collided with a car on the Malone Road around 9 o clock on Sunday morning. She was taken to hospital but her injuries arent believed to be life threatening. The road was closed for awhile causing a delay […]
  • Man killed in traffic collision

    Sun 14th Sep 2014

    A 20-year-old man has died following a traffic collision in West Belfast. It’s after a motorcycle and car crashed on the Monagh road around half past 7 last night. It brings the number of deaths on our roads this year to 57. That’s the same as the total number for 2013.
  • Hunt for teenager abducted by men

    Sun 14th Sep 2014

    A manhunt and child rescue alert remains in place in the Irish Republic after a teenage boy was abducted by two men in broad daylight. Sait Canbullu, 15, was put into a black saloon car with tinted windows at 1.10pm on Saturday afternoon in Wexford town. A spokesman for An Garda Siochana said the kidnappers […]
  • Tributes to Ian Paisley

    Sat 13th Sep 2014

    Tributes have been pouring in for the late Ian Paisley. The Founder of the Democratic Unionist Party and former First Minister died on Friday, 12th September at the age of 88. Famous for words, like “no” and “never” in his early career, no-one could have predicted the turn-around that followed. Politicians from across the board […]
  • Catholic bishop pays tribute to Paisley

    Sat 13th Sep 2014

    A Catholic bishop in Northern Ireland has recognised Ian Paisley’s crucial contribution to the search for peace. Dr Paisley once branded Pope John Paul II the anti-Christ during a memorable outburst at the European Parliament when the late pontiff came to deliver a speech in October 1988. At the start of the conflict in the […]
  • Tributes paid after Paisley’s death

    Fri 12th Sep 2014

    Ian Paisley has died at the age of 88. His wife said: “We loved him and he adored us, and our earthly lives are forever changed.” Reverend Paisley passed away this morning after a long illness. Seen as one of Northern Ireland’s most divisive politicians, he founded the Free Presbyterian Church and later the Democratic […]
  • Pair charged over organised crime

    Fri 12th Sep 2014

    Two men are due in court on Friday charged with belonging to a proscribed organisation. The pair, aged 31 and 32, were arrested by detectives who have been investigating organised crime in south and east Belfast over the last 10 months. As part of the crackdown there’ve been 120 raids, 38 arrests, four of whom […]
  • £50,000 reward to catch 2004 killer

    Fri 12th Sep 2014

    The brother of a sheep farmer murdered 10 years ago has offered a £50,000 reward to help catch his killers. Patrick Devine, 51, was found shot dead at his home near Claudy, Co Londonderry, in September 2004 in what police believe was a contract killing linked to sheep stealing and land disputes. He was hit […]
  • Boy attacked in sectarian hate crime

    Thu 11th Sep 2014

    A teenage student attacked on board a Belfast bus was targeted because of his religion, his mother has claimed. Protestant Stuart Buchanan, 16, required hospital treatment after being repeatedly punched in the face and body during the assault this morning. Police have confirmed they are treating the incident as a sectarian hate crime. His mother, […]
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