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Life-long friend says Paisley had doubts about going into Government
(Impartial Reporter, 21st September 2014.)
A life-long friend of Ian Paisley has claimed the former leader of the Democratic Unionist Party who died last week “had doubts” about going into government with Sinn Fein. The 88 year old, one of Northern Ireland’s most prominent and polarising political figures of the last 50 years, died last week following a long period of ill health.
There has been much said in recent days about Dr. Paisley’s life such as his decision to sit down with his former enemy Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams and agree to work together in a power-sharing executive following years of protests and hostility.
New Church Hall Opened at Kilskeery, 17th August 1974
Report from September ‘74 “Revivalist”
The new Free Presbyterian Hall at Kilskeery, to which there was strong objection at the planning stage has been opened. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Ian Paisley, MP, Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church, in the presence of several hundred people from many parts of Fermanagh and Tyrone and farther afield.
About half-a-dozen RUC men were on duty controlling traffic and a UDR patrol was in Kilskeery village. The new building, costing approximately £4,000, was built almost entirely by voluntary effort on the site given by Mr. Robert Edwards. It was designed, by Mr. Ivan Morrison, a committee member of Bethel Free Presbyterian, Church, Enniskillen. Read more….
Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster statement on the death of Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley
It is with deep sadness and regret that we have learned of the passing of Dr. Paisley, retired minister of our denomination and former moderator of the General Presbytery of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster. Read more…
Free Presbyterian Church Early History Video
Below is a video presentation of the history of the begining of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster. Under God, Dr. Paisley played a leading role in these events.
Dr Ian Paisley has passed away
“The death of Dr Ian Paisley has just been announced by His wife, Eileen.
In a statement, carried on the BBC Northern Ireland news site, Baroness Paisley said her “beloved husband” had “entered his eternal rest” on Friday morning. “Although ours is the grand hope of reunion, naturally as a family we are heartbroken,” she said. “We loved him and he adored us, and our earthly lives are forever changed. “Baroness Paisley said that his funeral would be private.
The memories of the man that I would wish to retain and cherish are those of his days as a mighty preacher when it was my privilege to sit under his ministry in gospel missions in tents and halls from one end of Northern Ireland to the other.
Those were days of conversions, of God’s people separating from the apostasy of the ecumenical churches and an exposing of the Romeward trend. Those days will receive scant mention in the profiles of Dr Paisley which will feature prominently in the Northern Ireland news media over the next few days.
But they will be the memories cherished by a very large, though diminishing, number of people in Ulster who supported and prayed for Dr Paisley over the years.”
To the family we offer our sincere condolences at this time.
For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens, 2 Corinthians 5:1.
Friday 12th September, 2014.
Memories of a protest 45 years ago
Some little time ago, a sister in Christ in the United States sent me a link to a recording on SermonAudio of a report I gave in Martyrs Memorial Free Presbyterian Church of my experiences during a protest in St Paul’s Cathedral, London, when Cardinal Heenan, head of the Roman Catholic church in England, became the first Roman Catholic prelate to preach in the cathedral.
It stirred memories as I listened to that recording, taking me back, as it did, some 45 years.
Dr Paisley was leading the protest and also the meeting in the Martyrs where various ministers gave a report of the protest. Sadly, only my report appears on the SermonAudio site.
As a result of the protest, I was taken to court under a very old ecclesiastical law, and fined. At least that is what I think happened to me. It is so long ago and court appearances for Free Presbyterians were so common back then, that I have no clear recollection of the outcome of the court proceedings. One thing I am sure of, the magistrate did not give me a medal!! Read more…
Listen to Rev. Foster’s recorded report from 45 years ago.
Watch a video report of the protest below
Let the Bible Speak broadcasts
During the month of September, Rev Ivan Foster will be speaking on the Let the Bible Speak broadcasts on Q101.2 FM, a local station in Northern Ireland located in Omagh, Co. Tyrone.
The programme goes out each Lord’s Day at 9.15 am. Recordings of the broadcasts will be available here on this site following the programme’s airing.
Should you wish to listen to it live online, you can do so at the station’s website.
Listen to the September 7th broadcast
Text: Psalm 34:8 – O taste and see that the Lord is good…Part 1
Listen to the September 14th broadcast
Text: Psalm 34:8 – O taste and see that the Lord is good…Part 2
Listen to the September 21st broadcast
Text: Psalm 34:8 – O taste and see that the Lord is good…Part3
Listen to the September 28th broadcast
A decisive verse in the “Head Covering” controversy
“But every woman that prayeth or prophesieth with her head uncovered dishonoureth her head: for that is even all one as if she were shaven. For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn: but if it be a shame for a woman to be shorn or shaven, let her be covered,” 1 Corinthians 11:5-6.
There are many good articles on the issue of “Head Covering”, one of which may be read here.
What we wish to do is really just an exercise in simple logic and the understanding of God’s Word in a common sense manner. What Paul says here in verse 6 can have only one meaning. Read more…
A Two-Fold Warning on “The Ice Bucket Challenge”.
1. It has been acknowledged by the charities benefiting from donations raised via the “The Ice Bucket Challenge” that Both ALS, and in the UK, MND, which are sister organisations aiming to raise awareness of the neurodegenerative disease, known as Motor Neurone Disease in the UK, support the legal use of research that uses embryonic stem cells, while recognising the “significant moral, ethical and religious concerns” that the research methods raise.
That being so, Bible Christians should surely avoid engagement in this exercise.
2. It has become a vain exercise in self promotion and seen to be such by many commentators.
Christian, please remember the words of the Lord Jesus. “Take heed that ye do not your alms before men, to be seen of them: otherwise ye have no reward of your Father which is in heaven. Therefore when thou doest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward. But when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth: that thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly,” Matthew 6:1-4.
Surely it can be seen that the whole “The Ice Bucket Challenge” has become an exercise which flies in the face of these words.
Integrated Education – An unscriptural choice!
by Rev Brian McClung
Much comment has been made in many circles, in recent days, on the subject of Integrated Education. There is presently a growing lobby who desire this form of education and are becoming ever more public and vocal in their demands concerning it. An editorial in the Belfast Telegraph called for this form of education to be the mainstream. The First Minister Peter Robinson has also voiced his support for it.
Integrated Education is a choice that every evangelical Christian should recoil away instantly from. This is easily seen when those who support and desire this form of education are considered….Read more.
Criminal Justice Bill Consultation
The Justice Committee, Northern Ireland Assembly, Stormont, Belfast.
Mr Jim Wells, a brother in Christ and member of the Northern Ireland Assembly, has put forward a proposed amendment to the Criminal Justice Bill in July 2014.
Abortion in Northern Ireland is a criminal offence, and Mr Wells’ proposed amendment makes clear that a defence to the criminal charge of abortion would not be available to anyone who performed an abortion for fee or reward at a private medical centre.
In Northern Ireland, expectant mothers receive world-class medical care in our hospitals because both the unborn child and mother are treated as patients.
The purpose of this amendment is to ensure that private clinics, such as the Marie Stopes Centre which opened its doors in Belfast in October 2012, cannot legally carry out abortions in Northern Ireland.
Any proposed amendment to the Criminal Justice Bill requires full consultation to ensure all viewpoints are aired and considered. Therefore, the Justice Committee is currently running a public consultation, seeking the public’s views and comments on the proposed amendment to the Criminal Justice Bill.
We urge you to please sign our petition and thus state your support for the Mr Wells’ proposed amendment and register your opposition to the Marie Stopes Centre remaining open in Belfast. We ask you to promote this public consultation and the need for submissions amongst your friends and encourage them to support Mr Wells’ proposed amendment.
Recommended reading: Slaughter of the innocent taking place in Ulster today
Please note the following:
- A petition form is available here for anyone who wishes to download it and print it out to use to collect signatures within their church. We would especially urge Free Presbyterians to make use this form.
- All petition forms have to be with the clerk of the Justice Committee by Friday 12th September.
- Send petitions to: The Justice Committee Clerk, Room 242, Parliament Buildings, Ballymiscaw, Stormont, Belfast, BT4 3XX
The return of Christ (KICS assembly talks)
Each day In Kilskeery Independent Christian School, the afternoon begins with an assembly centred upon a study of God’s Word. On September 2nd, the school began its 35th year.
Rev Ivan Foster, retired former minister of Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church and former Administrator of the congregation’s Christian school has been asked to conduct the Tuesday and Thursday assemblies this year.
He has chosen as his theme – “The Return of the Lord Jesus Christ”.
It is planned to record these studies and mount them on this site. Below you can listen to the recordings of the talks to the pupils.
Listen to all the posted audio files here.
Latest news stories
Husband threatens to sue Catholic Church for bishop’s affair with wife
HIA Inquiry told abuse at Rubane House was ‘as bad as Kincora’
Abuse ‘rampant’ at children’s home
Dublin to have role in major new talks process - (O yes, the Union is safe!!)
IRA victims remembered at south Armagh gathering
IRA man Sands’ bed ‘preserved inside Maze’
Northern Ireland says ‘yes’ to a border poll… but a firm ‘no’ to united Ireland
Robinson’s a vote loser for the DUP, it’s time to send for Sammy
It’s only pride that’s keeping thran Robinson in office
Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness make ‘massive political misjudgment’ by attending Ryder Cup during spending crisis
Prince Charles: PSNI and RUC owed immense debt of gratitude
‘Protestantism almost a crime’ says DUP man
Sinn Fein: We didn’t know about Robinson’s son’s link when we backed fight funds
Education in Northern Ireland: Integration the key to our future – (An article which highlights the ecumenical nature of Integrated Education!!)
Sinn Fein’s ‘ghoulish’ terror profits slammed by TD
Schools minister backs explicit sex education for children aged 11: Education Secretary Nicky Morgan gives green light to controversial resource providing schoolchildren with information about pornography and rape – (Attempting to extinguish the fire by pouring on petrol!!)
Mystery over identity of DUP ‘lemmings’
What spending crisis? Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness snub emergency budget talks to watch Ryder Cup
Ford hits out at leaders’ golf trip while budget crisis remains unresolved
Charge over IRA bombers’ Castlederg parade
Double murder case in which John Downey is a suspect reopened by police
Ex-IRA man: unionists are too stupid to see that we lost
Paisley memorial service guest list still private
DUP questions Martin McGuinness’ leadership - (DUP unable to discuss welfare reform in Executive because SF refused to allow it – just who is ‘First’ Minister!!??)
Budget ‘barely discussed’ at key meeting, despite risk government could collapse
Rev Paisley’s son hits out at ‘incredibly self-centred’ funeral critics
British won the war on IRA, claims writer Peter Taylor
Peter Robinson: Critics in DUP ‘puffed up lemmings’
DUP leader and First Minister Peter Robinson blasts party critics as ‘puffed up lemmings’
DUP debate: From Twitter reshuffle to power-play?
Lord Morrow (NOW) backs DUP party leader
DUP infighting emerges into full public view
Eamon Collins murder: Two men arrested in Newry
Lord Prior: Former NI secretary says IRA violence ‘did work’
Ian Paisley: Memorial service to be held for DUP founder
Memorial Service for Dr Paisley
Demanding justice for women and children abused by Irish nuns
Gerry Adams says SF ready to let Executive fall over budget cuts
Sinn Fein councillors state opposition to welfare reform
Thousands of public sector jobs at risk in Northern Ireland as cuts deadline looms
Ed Miliband urges Northern Ireland parties to press ahead on welfare reform
Welfare reform: Alliance claim ‘last hope’ is gone for nationalist opponents
First Minister and DUP leader Peter Robinson denies he will step down as leader before next election
Poots disagreed with Robinson the day before he was removed
Edwin Poots’ attack on father figure Peter Robinson has badly misfired
DUP reshuffle: One of Robinson’s appointments can’t take up post
Ex-DUP aide David McConaghie appears in court charged with voyeurism
Only crazies believe a border poll would deliver Irish unity
David Cameron has no business revealing the Queen’s private thoughts. This is the behaviour of a second-rater
Anjem Choudary among nine men arrested by counter-terror police – (Part of an investigation into Islamist terrorism)
Isis: Secret footage purports to show life under the Islamic State in Raqqa – (Armed women and men can be seen walking the streets)
Ofsted: an hour of teaching each day lost to bad behaviour – (Those now complaining pioneered and still support the modern notions of discipline!!)
Peter Robinson reshuffles DUP Stormont team – (Edwin Poots and Nelson McCausland out, Jim Wells and Mervyn Storey in!!)
Robinson unveils surprise reshuffle of DUP ministers
Edwin Poots: I do not object to being removed as health minister
Edwin Poots and Nelson McCausland pay price as DUP announces shake-up
Peter Robinson denies Poots’ claim he plans to stand down
Peter Robinson dismisses Poots’ claim he will retire before next Assembly poll
Northern Ireland parades: Nationalist anger at report of inquiry plan
Union flag taken from Orange hall in Maghera and ripped up
Former Sinn Fein Ex-mayor ‘played Solitaire on iPad at key Policing Board meeting’
Children’s cardiac surgery review recommends Belfast move – (A creeping toward a united Ireland!!)
Alex Salmond airs idea of unilateral declaration of independence for Scotland
Bitter fall-out at Westminster from No vote
Welfare row could collapse NI’s government: Robinson
Robinson warns on welfare reform – (This unworkable shambles they call ‘democracy!!’)
Political process in ‘perilous and untenable position’ says Gildernew
Robinson urged Blair to ‘cultivate’ Paisley, says PM’s former chief of staff – (Dr Paisley was used as a pawn by those who wanted him to lead DUP into power-sharing with SF)
Sinn Féin keeps up pressure for referendum on united Ireland
Former education minister in the Republic of Ireland, Ruairi Quinn says border poll ‘a distraction’
Taoiseach Enda Kenny backs IRA murders probe call
Prince William in Malta: Mass marks 50 years of independence - (What now the Coronation Oath? – to maintain “the true Profession of the Gospel and the Protestant Reformed Religion Established by Law”)
Text of the oath taken by Elizabeth II at her coronation in 1953
‘Military exercise will anger local residents’: Sinn Fein
Analysis: Constitutional implications of Scots’ vote for NI will last for years
Welfare reform: A number of myths need to be buried once and for all before debate can continue
Former Northern Ireland secretary ‘backed’ paramilitary amnesties – (but which excluded members of the security forces)
John Reid, former Northern Ireland secretary, backed selective amnesty scheme for paramilitaries
Fresh BBC documentary charts rise of Ian Paisley
Kate Hoey MP: Labour must do what is right for country
Call to build ‘new Scotland with Christian values at the heart’ (Evangelical Alliance is an ecumenical organisation led by some who hold positions in Ecumenical churches seeking reunion with Rome)
English votes for English taxes is a recipe for revolution
Ulster MPs ‘very likely’ to end in second tier
Armed men involved in racist attacks in north Belfast
I’ll keep meeting terrorists: Orange chaplain Mervyn Gibson defends engaging with loyalist paramilitaries
TUV presses Prime Minister for Real Change at Stormont
Scottish referendum: Nesbitt wants PM meeting after pro-Union vote
Scottish referendum results: Outcome divides opinion in Northern Ireland – (“Union was no longer fixed” says McGuinness!!)
Scottish referendum: The Queen appeals for reconciliation
Scottish referendum: ‘Salmond will be a loss to Scottish politics’ – McGuinness
The Union as we know it is dead, says Welsh First Minister
No arguments about this vote, but another referendum will be unavoidable
Taoiseach Enda Kenny: Scotland’s No vote has enormous implications for Northern Ireland
Scottish nationalists show the futility of IRA violence, say SDLP
William Frazer pledge over Galloway comments
Willie Frazer admits George Galloway comments ‘went too far’
Ian Paisley: Conflict, confrontation, and eventual compromise
The Troubles gallery – 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph archives
Scottish independence: Scotland votes No
Scottish referendum VIDEO: Alex Salmond acknowledges defeat
Scotland votes No: what happens now?
Peter Robinson to talk to Welsh first minister on ‘No’ vote
Nelson McCausland ignored advice over Red Sky contracts meeting
Sinn Fein dismisses north Belfast parade inquiry
McCallister meets Robinson over creating Opposition
Paisley made peace after Catholic meeting – ‘Claim’
SF version of Troubles should not go unchallenged
Scottish independence: Voting under way in referendum
Scottish referendum: both sides project confident images as voters cast ballots
Scotland will reject independence but only just, says biggest poll so far
United unionists outline next phase of ‘graduated response’
IRA Kingsmills massacre: full inquest ordered into 1976 killings – (38 years ago!!)
Authorities seek to bury truth about Kingsmill say relatives of victim
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
Gerry Adams comment that republicans were always law abiding is quite astonishing
Rank proposes first Northern Ireland casino in Belfast – (Another step downward in our Province’s departure from God)
George Galloway: High Court injunction against against prominent loyalist campaigner Willie Frazer and Google
George Galloway sues Willie Frazer and Google over online diatribe
News Letter turns 277: the world’s oldest English language newspaper
Sinn Fein told to apologise for row as Drew Harris appointed new PSNI Deputy Chief Constable – (That is hardly likely to happen!!)
Ian Paisley’s funeral: How different it might all have been if his rift with church and party hadn’t happened
“Sodomite” rector faces backlash in pews over ‘wedding’ plans
Thirty mourners as Ian Paisley buried in sight of spot where he addressed crowds
Ian Paisley: MP son says father’s critics ‘pygmies in his shadow’
Ian Paisley: Son brands critics of his father ‘pygmies in his shadow’
Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright resigns over Rotherham child abuse scandal
Rotherham child abuse scandal: Police commissioner Shaun Wright resigns but takes no responsibility
Kingsmills truth being buried by authorities, say victim’s relatives
Kingsmill – Major Questions for NIO, DOJ, PSNI and Dublin
Cancer doctor ‘could have abused up to 800 children’
Ian Paisley: Private funeral for former DUP leader
Ian Paisley: I’ll never forget his bear hug and prayers after IRA gun attack
DUP shock at exclusion from Ian Paisley funeral
Orange hall in Newtowncunningham, County Donegal, damaged in fire
OPINION: Stormont needs real reform, not another quick fix
Assembly to come together for tributes to its former leader
Orange Order denounce Scottish nationalism as ‘divisive and evil enemy’
Sean Brady furore sparks £40m Catholic Church pay out
The Muslim faith is not to blame for Islamic State’s ‘brutal’ murder of my brother, says Mike Haines – (What folly. The history of Islam is one of blood, murder and terror!)
The Ian Paisley I knew
British tributes flow in for Ian Paisley
Ian Paisley: Politicians and religious leaders react to death
Ian Paisley: Church leaders pay tribute
Ian Paisley: Only ‘immediate family’ welcome at Paisley’s funeral
Video: First minister says he understands decision to have private funeral for Ian Paisley
Peter Robinson hopeful of £87m bonus for striking welfare deal
Paramilitary extortion rife in Belfast, court told
Scotland heading for a ‘Great Depression’ after a Yes vote
Hamas Admits To Using Schools And Hospitals In Gaza As ‘Human Shields’
Gerry Adams: Northern Ireland political process ‘in serious difficulty’
Gerry Adams: Sinn Fein leader says political process in ‘serious difficulty’ following Peter Robinson comments
Martin McGuinness and Peter Robinson ‘have not discussed newspaper article’
Loyalists can’t set agenda at new round of talks, says Sinn Fein – (DUP boasted in 2007 that they would keep SF under control – how false that was!!)
How can First Minister Peter Robinson remain in office when he describes Stormont as ‘not fit for purpose’?
PLATFORM: Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt – (Peter Robinson now recognises that Stormont is not fit for purpose as a system of government)
First Minister Peter Robinson putting his affairs in order before his planned exit
David Trimble says Sinn Féin could push for Northern Ireland union poll
Coney brothers jailed over Tyrone dissident republican camp
Edwin Poots facing new legal battle over gay blood donations
Basil McCrea: Complaints made to standards commissioner
Sisters of Nazareth ‘put hands up’ over child migrants – (It would have sounded a little more sincere had the acknowledgement been made before the Abuse Inquiry began!!)
‘All money in the world can’t make up for what we took…’ Nazareth children were wronged, admits nun
MLA: I’m astonished by lack of convictions
Even as a Catholic, I support the Orange Order’s march in defence of the Union
Battle for independence is replaying the struggles of Catholic Scotland - (“Rebellion” is the underlying current in the independence movement)
Interference by OFMDFM advisors ‘causing chaos for victims’ service’ -(The matters that the DUP & SF can agree on is significant!!)
Iris Robinson broke Stormont cash rule but will not face sanction
System a failure – Jim Allister
Welfare logjam has shown limitations of catch-all coalition
Stormont in crisis
Stormont crisis: A day of anger and suspicion following Peter Robinson comments and few signs of consensus on how to rebuild
‘Shared process a shared out process’ – DUP “criticising the very structures which they boasted about” in their 2007 manifesto
Dissident elected to council told to grow up by judge after he’s caught daubing slogans on Derry’s walls
Cameron/Clegg Coalition ‘sent out at least 12 letters to OTRs’
On the Run scheme: Owen Paterson criticised over OTR letters
Alex Salmond’s independence bandwagon stalls on his ‘Black Wednesday’
Shock poll shows big swing back to ‘No’ camp as momentum for Scottish independence stalls
Royal Bank of Scotland will leave Scotland if voters back independence
Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness clash over Stormont
Peter and Iris Robinson report: committee in closed meeting
Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry: Boys painted black to look ‘like Aborigines’
Alec Jamison murder: Man, 61, arrested in Crumlin, County Antrim
Ex Rotherham police chief ‘failed’ abuse victims
Peter Robinson: Political reaction after First Minister tells Belfast Telegraph ‘Stormont no longer fit for purpose’
Children raised by married parents ‘are better behaved’
Man released over 1976 Shankill murder – (Widely publicised arrest-release sequence has to be an PR exercise to give the appearance of proficiency)
Peter Robinson says Stormont ‘no longer fit for purpose’ – (The only purpose that it was meant to serve was to get the DUP into power at any price!!)
Peter Robinson: We need to change, or call an election
Stormont in serious need of reform with St Andrew’s-style process: Robinson
Stormont’s inadequate set-up and the welfare row… Northern Ireland’s First Minister writes exclusively for the Telegraph
McGuinness responds to Robinson: We have a responsibility to work together
Slow learning First Minister - (For years hasn’t Peter Robinson boasted that at St Andrews he and his party fixed the Belfast Agreement. Now, it seems not)
DUP councillor Jenny Palmer claims DSD buried Nelson McCausland report – (The whole dirty dealing will yet come out!!)
Nelson McCausland under fire as watchdog says MLAs were deliberately misled
Stormont McCausland inquiry ‘would have made Pol Pot proud’
Disagreement at heart of Executive on ‘how to respond to top judge’s critique’ (on ‘gay blood donations’)
Stanton Healthcare to open anti-abortion clinic in Belfast
East Belfast Mission’s Mark Houston dismissed for misconduct – (A highly publicised and publicly funded ecumenical enterprise)
Residents’ fury after teen gang runs amok in Shantallow area of Derry
SCOTTISH INDEPENDANCE – Shift towards Yes camp up by 38% as campaigns neck-and-neck according to TNS Scotland survey
Scottish independence: What happens if Scotland votes yes at the referendum?
Referendum moves in North ‘inevitable’ if Scots secede
Irish and British governments in effort to break political logjam in North
Labour minister rules out alliance with ‘populist’ SF
Scottish referendum: no campaign makes last stand to keep the union
Queen’s deep concerns for Scotland as Yes enters lead
Don’t let me be last Queen of Scotland: Monarch in talks with PM over UK break-up
Vandal-hit north Belfast memorial to remain
No more money for you, Edwin Poots is told by Peter Robinson
OFMDFM runs up £2.6m credit card bill
Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry: Man became prostitute after suffering sexual abuse
New inquests ‘could be held on Loughgall’ (1987 IRA attackers ambushed by SAS – 8 IRA men shot dead)
Sinn Fein’s Anderson and other MEPs barred from Gaza
Woman beheaded in a back garden in north London: ‘Attack not terrorist related’
Forgive me if I don’t join in on the celebrations marking 20 years since the IRA’s 1994 ceasefire
Vote (Scottish Referendum) highlights contradiction in Sinn Fein policy
Ardoyne Fleadh: police rethink on rebel band’s remarks
1985 Papers – Bloomfield was furious at News Letter report claiming officials were mutinous
Twin boys ‘murdered’ in Cork: Suspected murder suicide shocks small community
Crazed knife attacker beheaded an 82-year-old London grandmother
Woman beheaded ‘with machete’ in north London garden
Police shoot knife-wielding man dead in north London
Syria crisis: British jihadists becoming disillusioned at fighting rival rebels and want to come home
Motorists travelling through Calais warned to ‘be vigilant’ after stowaway sneaks into car
We must protect IRA suspects’ human rights, says Northern Ireland minister as she says list of names will not be published
Memorial to murdered Scottish soldiers in Ligoniel attacked for 14th time
Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry: Child abused in care of Presbyterian Church in Australia
Ashya King’s parents reunited with son at Malaga hospital
‘On the Run’ scheme: Theresa Villiers issues warning to suspects
On the run letters: ‘Immunity’ letters given to IRA members ‘should not be relied on’
Ukraine crisis: France halts warship delivery to Russia
Police charge former aide to DUP MP with voyeurism
Ex-DUP aide David McConaghie charged with voyeurism: alleged offences involve hidden camera in David Simpson’s office toilet
DUP Minister Nelson McCausland faces probe over donor meeting ‘cover-up’
PSNI to Take “No Action” Following Disgraceful Ardoyne Comments
Gay people more likely to have mental health problems, survey says – (Romans 1:27.)
US ‘annoyed’ at claim it helped capture IRA arms shipment in 1984
Miracle triplets start school 4 years after mum ignored doctors’ calls to abort two of them
1985 Government files: Confusion among 1980s civil servants over legal position on aborting disabled
Garda allegations raise echoes of Superintendent Bob Buchanan murder
Sinn Fein demands News Letter retract west Belfast editorial
IRA terror suspects to lose immunity from prosecution
Ardoyne Fleadh row: DUP slams decision not to take legal action over sectarian comments - (Usual placatory attitude by police toward IRA and its supporters)
Fleadh decision fury
Ardoyne Fleadh row: DUP slams decision not to take legal action over sectarian comments
DUP hits out at Sinn Fein claims of a crisis
Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry: Child migrant ‘sexually abused’ in Australia
Rotherham child abuse scandal: New victims come forward
Rotherham child abuse scandal: Council could face government inspection
Richhill doctor (originally from Malaysia) Tony Chee in court on sex assault charges
Ashya King’s parents to face no action, says Crown Prosecution Service
Ashya King: Parents ‘to be reunited with son suffering from brain tumour’ after prosecutors drop case
Cliff Richard house search: MPs quiz police chief
Pupils at ‘Trojan Horse’ school were shown extremist jihadi promotional video, MPs told
RC Nuns abuse – Mothers of children sent off to Australia were told they were dead, inquiry hears
Children ‘exported like baby convicts’
Rotherham child abuse scandal: South Yorkshire Police starts probe
Ashya King’s parents banned from seeing him as part of ‘inhuman’ treatment
IRA ceasefire anniversary: Gregory Campbell responds to Martin McGuinness statement
The DUP may look strong, but it is also vulnerable
Amnesiac Gerry Adams spins more yarns over the ceasefire
NIO unhappy that RUC lifted Gerry Adams without notice, files reveal – (Example of NIO’s molly-coddlying IRA murderers)
IRA collusion with prison warders revealed
Besieged Maghaberry warders warn they are ‘close to losing control’
Pastor James McConnell retires from Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle
Pastor McConnell announces immediate retirement
Islam storm pastor James McConnell retires after 57 years, but insists it’s nothing to do with remarks
Some Royal Mail offices in Northern Ireland open on Sundays - (This further departure from God’s Word is to be condemned)
Third senior unionist: we should give back welfare
Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry: NI hearings to examine Australian migration
IRA ceasefire: McGuinness urges dissidents to end conflict
IRA collusion with prison warders revealed
Woman tells of toll of giving evidence to abuse probe
Garda ‘dissident informer’ is woman
The peace process has turned into an endless conveyor belt of concessions
Belfast primary is no place for old-school sectarianism
Conservatives claim Sinn Fein wants to keep its voters poor and on benefits
The ceasefire represented an IRA loss, not a victory
Peace process handed Adams a ticket to ‘his Republic’