A so-called lone-wolf dissident republican jailed for trying to murder police officers has launched a bid to clear her name.Read the full story ›
A Craigavon man has been sentenced to a minimum of 16 years in prison after being found guilty of the murder of a man in Lurgan.Read the full story ›
A pre-trial hearing into the alleged rape case against two rugby stars will go ahead next week as planned, a lawyer told a court.Read the full story ›
A man is due in court on Friday charged with the murder of Colin Horner in Bangor earlier this year.
Mr Horner, who was 35, was shot dead in a supermarket car park in front of his young son on 28 May 2017.
A 34-year-old man was arrested in the Newtownards area on Wednesday as part of the police investigation.
He has been charged with murder and also faces a charge of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.
The accused is due before Newtownards Magistrates.
A pharmacist convicted of supplying the wrong drugs to a grandmother who later died has been suspended from practising for seven months.Read the full story ›
Cutting the level of Renewable Heat Incentive payments "flew in the face of" all Stormont assurances, the High Court has heard.Read the full story ›
The man accused of the brutal murder of Marcell Seeley is to be sentenced next week.
Belfast Crown Court heard how Mr Seeley was beaten and kicked to death in his Lurgan flat two years ago and had part of his ear ripped from his head.
Details of the injuries he suffered were revealed ahead of the sentencing of Mark Ward who was convicted of his murder by a jury in June.
The court heard the father of four was left to die and his body was not discovered for two days.
Mr Seeley was found dead by his sister in the blood-spattered living room of his flat in Lurgan's Tagnaven estate two years ago.
The 34-year-old had been beaten and kicked to death.
In June a jury found 25-year-old Mark Daniel Ward from Drumellan Gardens in the Moyraverty area of Craigavon guilty of his murder.
He was due to be sentenced on Tuesday afternoon but the trial judge was asked to consider further submissions from both the Crown and the defence.
Members of Marcell Seeley's family's were in the public gallery and heard the prosecution outline how his death has had a significant impact on them.
The Defence Counsel then rose to his feet telling Belfast Crown Court that his client had a low IQ and and significant cognitive limitations which could be attributed to a brain injury he sustained in 2009 when a motorbike was driven over his head.
The lawyer also revealed that the injury rendered him more sensitive to alcohol and he was intoxicated on drink and cocaine in the early hours of Sunday the 11th of October 2015.
Mark Ward whom the court heard continues to deny the murder will find out next Tuesday how long he will have to spend in prison before he is eligible to apply for parole.
Londonderry man Eamon Bradley, who was accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Syria, will not face a third trial.Read the full story ›
A coroner has found that a young woman died from head injuries sustained while she was being removed from a house in Omagh by her partner.Read the full story ›
An Orangeman who drove into a crowd in Ardoyne in July 2015 and injured a teenage girl has been jailed.Read the full story ›