Cate McCurry, Belfast Telegraph

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Belfast Telegraph

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Troubles legacy mechanisms must be fully implemented, says Coveney

Ireland’s deputy premier has stressed the need to fully implement stalled legacy mechanisms during his first official meeting with Northern Ireland’s new secretary of state. → Read More

NI Secretary of State meets Tanaiste Simon Coveney in Belfast

The new Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has held a meeting with the Tanaiste Simon Coveney in Belfast. → Read More

Government to respond to Supreme Court ruling over Pat Finucane death ‘in weeks’

The widow of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane has been told that the British Government will issue a response to the Supreme Court ruling over the investigation into her husband’s death in a “matter of weeks”. → Read More

Gerry Adams key player in negotiations for Irish government, Sinn Fein members are told

Sinn Fein members have been told Gerry Adams is a central part of the party's Irish government formation negotiating team. In a Sinn Fein briefing note, Mr Adams is listed along with other unelected party members Martin Lynch, Dawn Doyle, Stephen McGlade and Ken O'Connell as part of the team. Sinn Fein publicly announced that its negotiating team would be led by Pearse Doherty and include Eoin O… → Read More

No taoiseach elected in first sitting of the new Dail

The Dail has failed to elect a taoiseach at its first sitting after the election. → Read More

Mary Lou McDonald among four party leaders nominated for Taoiseach

The leaders of the four main political parties have been nominated for the Taoiseach’s office. → Read More

Sinn Fein ‘serious’ about being part of next Irish government

Sinn Fein has insisted it is “deadly serious” about being a part of the next government, as it pledged to talk to all parties. → Read More

TD filmed shouting ‘Up the ‘Ra’ defends controversial comments

A Sinn Fein TD who was filmed shouting “Up the ‘Ra” during a victory speech has defended the comment, saying it happened during “the excitement of the night”. → Read More

Mary Lou McDonald says she could be next taoiseach

Mary Lou McDonald has predicted she could be poised to become Ireland’s next leader. → Read More

Sinn Fein leader to take part in RTE debate

Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald has been invited by RTE to take part in Tuesday night’s Prime Time leaders’ debate. → Read More

RTE indicates Sinn Fein leader could be included in final TV debate

RTE has indicated that it could include Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald in a televised debate, days before the electorate go to the polls. → Read More

Hundreds join Stormont protest to demand better mental health services

Hundreds of people have “stormed” Stormont to demand better mental health services in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Couple jailed over female genital mutilation of daughter

A couple have been sentenced to five and a half years, and four years and nine months, in jail, for the female genital mutilation (FGM) of their toddler. → Read More

Pair appear in court over alleged minibus hijacking

Two men have appeared in court charged in connection to the alleged hijacking of a minibus from Dublin Airport. → Read More

Pair arrive in court over alleged minibus hijacking

Two men arrested in connection with the hijacking of a minibus from Dublin Airport on Wednesday have arrived at court. → Read More

United Ireland is further away over RIC commemoration fall out, Taoiseach says

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the chance of a united Ireland is a “little bit further away” following the fall out over the controversial commemoration of the Royal Irish Constabulary (RI → Read More

Government defers controversial event to commemorate Royal Irish Constabulary

The Government has deferred a planned event to commemorate the Royal Irish Constabulary and Dublin Metropolitan Police, it has been confirmed. → Read More

Taoiseach wants to reform Ireland’s ‘archaic’ licensing laws

The Taoiseach has said he wants to reform Ireland’s “archaic” licensing laws. → Read More

Foster calls for republicans to do more to encourage Catholics to join PSNI

Students at Catholic schools in Northern Ireland should be encouraged to join the PSNI to help balance community representation in the force, the leader of the DUP has said. → Read More

Pedestrian killed in collision with car

A pedestrian has died after he was struck by a car in Co Kildare. → Read More