Twenty-one years ago (May 30, to be exact) elections were held for the Northern Ireland Forum—from which the parties were to select delegates to the talks process which produced the Good Friday Agreement two years later.
During the past decade The Irish News has very kindly published several of my letters claiming that original sin with the fall did not happen in space time on earth (Garden of Eden) but is a transcendental catastrophe which embraces the whole universe.
Theresa May is rapidly finding out that it is not Britain that will dictate the terms of its divorce from Europe but the remaining members of the EU who are displaying a much tougher approach than she perhaps anticipated.
There was considerable concern just over a month ago when stolen cars struck perimeter fences at two nearby primary schools in west Belfast during early morning crashes in the space of a matter of hours.
Kevin Madden column: The right mentality will fuel the fires of success EVERY generation has an iconic boxing fight they can say they had the privilege of seeing, and I think I witnessed mine on Saturday night.
I don’t want to be an apologist for, or play down the profoundly disturbing revelations regarding the discovery of the significant quantities of human remains of infants allegedly dumped in a mass grave at the Tuam site in Co Galway.
Election season is upon us once again in Northern Ireland. As ever our children – almost a quarter of the population – do not have the right to vote in the upcoming polls but, more surprisingly, they also do not enjoy the same protection as adults under the law.