12:23 UK time, Wednesday, 11 December 2013
How many people know the man after which Twaddell Avenue was named?
The issue of Northern Ireland's troubled past may never be resolved if politicians fail to reach agreement on how to deal with it, warns Alliance MP Naomi Long.
The former Prime Minister Sir John Major says he has no sympathy for loyalists who claim the political process is eroding their British identity.
A typical full-time employee in Northern Ireland saw their annual earnings fall by 0.2% this year, according to a government survey.
The social development minister apologises to Stormont committee members for "inadvertently misinforming" them.
The justice minister defends Northern Ireland's forensic science services after a High Court judge claimed they were operating "on a shoestring" and delays were "unacceptable".
Northern Ireland victims issue will be tough to address
Smithwick report and the case for a truth recovery process
Why does the council not mention the union flag one year on?
Hundreds of submissions on key issues sent to diplomat
Quiet determination of peace protest priest Fr Alec Reid
Comment and expert analysis on the week's political news,
Analysis of the biggest political stories in Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events in the Assembly
Mark Devenport looks at topical political issues
Conor Bradford reviews the day's events at Stormont
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