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Huge relief as missing boys found in Thailand cave

Over the past nine days, people from around the world have watched with growing apprehension as the search continued for twelve boys and their football coach, who disappeared in a cave in northern Thailand on June 23.

Return of BIIGC a positive move

It is probably fair to say that the British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference (BIIGC), since its creation under the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, was never regarded with the slightest degree of affection by unionist politicians.

Courage of Capital Gazette staff

The list of targets for deranged gunmen across the USA brandishing legally held firearms has now been extended from schools, factories and even churches to a daily newspaper office.

Anger over racist abuse of west Belfast child

There can be no place in any section of our society for racist behaviour and there will be particular anger over the verbal abuse directed against an 18-month-old boy in west Belfast.

Allison Morris: Time to have realistic conversations about a New Ireland

Allison Morris
Earlier this week I took part in a panel event organised by the Slugger O'Toole website discussing a 'New Ireland' - is it possible, what will it look like, how will nationalists, unionists and others live together ? The debate around the possibility of a border poll has gathered pace of late, not just because of Brexit but also the changing demographics of Northern Ireland.

PSNI provide further evidence of Brexit shambles

By this stage of the Brexit process, with just nine months to go before the official date of withdrawal from the EU, there should be firm preparations under way in key areas such as policing and security.

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