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  1. On the runs paved way for soldier amnesty

    On the runs paved way for soldier amnesty

    Tony Blair's 'backroom' deal with Sinn Féin in relation to the so called 'on the runs' made an amnesty for former British soldiers an "inevitability" a member of the Westminster defence committee has said.

Sport

  1. Derry looking to shake complacency

    Derry looking to shake complacency

    Nicky Rackard Cup round 2A: Derry v Longford (tomorrow, 3pm, Owenbeg) CALL it the weight of expectation or call it the comfort of coming at things with a strong hand but either way, Derry know what they've produced over the last fortnight will not do.

Business

Opinion

  1. EU puts Northern Ireland centre stage

    The vote last June in favour of Britain leaving the EU has set in train a process that will have profound consequences for the UK and may ultimately herald the break-up of the Union.

Magazine

Life

Arts

  1. Neil Hannon on bringing The Divine Comedy back to Belfast

    Neil Hannon on bringing The Divine Comedy back to Belfast

    GIVEN that The Divine Comedy's biggest hit is their jaunty ode to coach travel, National Express, it seems entirely appropriate that bandleader Neil Hannon should now be in contention to become the official 'face' of an actual piece of public transport.

  2. Armenian genocide the backdrop of Belfast man Terry George's The Promise

    Armenian genocide the backdrop of Belfast man Terry George's The Promise

    ?AS BELFAST film-maker Terry George’s new movie screened to family, friends and members of the press in his home town on Monday, tens of thousands of people gathered in cities around the world to mark the 102nd anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide, which is the subject of the film – or is it? 

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