29 August 2014
Twenty years on from the IRA ceasefire, how has the political landscape changed?
One hundred and thirty-one children from Northern Ireland, some as young as five, were sent to Australia as child migrants between 1922 and 1995, an inquiry hears.
A care home for the elderly is to create 100 new jobs in Limavady in County Londonderry.
The search is on to reunite a Belfast family with a lost treasure trove of photographs and letters dating back to the 1900s.
High Court in Dublin dismisses legal challenge by former Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt for his early release from prison.
The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has called on Sinn Féin to back the coalition government's plans to reform the welfare system.
The Westlink in Belfast re-opens following a security alert, but there are still traffic delays in the city.
How Northern Ireland has changed in 20 years since IRA ceasefire
Looking for peace through the fog of war
Watch the latest Northern Ireland weather forecast
Victims tell of Historical Abuse Inquiry experiences
Key events leading to the IRA's 1994 ceasefire
How Fr Alec Reid helped mediate the IRA truce 20 years ago
Remembering the loyalist ceasefire of 1994.
The changing face of Newry
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