Sinn Fein has called on the EU to work for a united Ireland as an alternative to a “reckless” Brexit - but unionists have responded by calling for the restoration of devolution to tackle crumbling public services.
The Vatican representative in Ireland and church representatives at other levels have been criticised for failing to offer any condemnation on the activities of IRA bomber and former priest Patrick Ryan.
Two former IRA members have played down suggestions that dissident republicans will attack the only border checkpoints currently being pledged in the event of a no-deal Brexit - those erected by the Irish government.
People whose lives were devastated by the Claudy bombings have had their convictions that Martin McGuinness was involved strengthened by new footage showing him involved with a car bomb only four months earlier.
Most of the Bloody Sunday families do not want to see Soldier F jailed if he is found guilty of two counts of murder during the fateful protest march in Londonderry in 1972, one of their leading campaigners has said.
One of the Claudy bombing families says it is “disappointing but not unexpected” that the Catholic Church, PSNI and Northern Ireland Office have declined to say why they are withholding some 20 boxes of evidence in relation to the atrocity.