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'Bad bank' Nama 'may enter' NI mortgage market
'Bailed-out banks putting the boot in', May 3rd
'Bigots murdered my son'
'Bittersweet return' for soldiers, October 24th
'Black Friday'  could see axe fall on 10,000 workers, July 2nd
'Bomb, Omagh town, 15 minutes' - Guardian
'Bombers' were tracked across border on their way to Omagh - Guardian
'Bombers' were tracked across border on their way to Omagh, Sept 15th
'Bring back Bertie' poll as FF fears for 31 seats, Nov 16th
(Book review)
(Book review): A Masterly Account of Early 18th Century Irish Politics

County Derry
Béal Feirste
BAI upholds complaint against Frontline tweet
BBC 'biased towards republicans', October 27th
BBC TV 'Panorama' investigation claims GCHQ was listening to bombers - An Phoblacht
BBC asks Queen if she would like to take control of Irish Republic
BBC bombing, 4th March 2001
BBC broadcaster David Dunsaith [associated with BBC Radio Ulster's Talkback programme] dies
BBC guide to decommissioning
BBC reporter takes an Ecar test drive across Northern Ireland
BBC's Irish Language Site
BBC's Newsnight Accused of Racism
BNP leader Nick Griffin defends Fenian comment on Twitter
BNP registers in Northern Ireland for the first time
Baby and woman rescued from Glengormley fire
Baby dies after Lusk incident
Baby dies in Antrim road accident
Baby dies in bedroom blaze, June 17th
Baby girl dies after falling out the window of a sixth floor Dublin apartment
Baby injured during attack on Belfast house, Nov 30th
Baby is rescued from fire at flat on Braniel estate
Baby left in Carlow cathedral
Back from the Somme to face new battles at Stormont, July 2001
Background to the First Irish Land Act, 1870
Bad economic news in Republic 'unrelenting'
Bad opinion poll news awaits Cowen, Oct 26th
Bad weather closes 95 schools across Northern Ireland
Baggage handler [at Dublin airport] questioned by Gardaí, August 15th
Bail for woman charged with brother's murder, May 13th
Bail for woman who threw boiling oil at garda
Bail granted to Paralympian sex charge trio
Baile Átha Cliath
Bailed out AIB to pay top staff
Bailout succeeding but 'challenges' remain
Ballingarry: Famine Warhouse 1848
Ballingearry Volunteers
Ballinspittle - place of pilgrimage, 1985
Ballinspittle statue is still on the move
Ballot paper of the March 2002 abortion referendum
Ballyclare rioting: PSNI apology over way flags removed
Ballygawley bus bomb: did the British army know?
Ballymagroarty bomb alert an elaborate hoax
Ballymena PSNI officers attacked with bricks
Ballymena and the Great War
Ballymena councillor gets seven years for rape
Ballymena fire causes 30 homes to be evacuated
Ballymena firm Patton facing cash pressures
Ballymena man Melvin Bamber charged with murder attempt
Ballymena man killed in West Africa plane crash
Ballynahinch Castle
Ballyneety and Sarsfield
Baltic Exchange (includes details of 1992 bomb)
Bandon War Memorial
Bangor cocaine addict killed lover at party
Bangor farmer tells superstar Rihanna to 'cover up'
Bangor woman raided cemetry to decorate her garden
Bank [of Ireland] chief to take €1.5m drop in pay, Feb 9th
Bank accounts targetted by gangs
Bank boss 'sorry' as [Allied Irish Bank] writes off
Bank chiefs facing share deals probe, Oct 3rd
Bank clerk shot at home in Tallaght, County Dublin
Bank control of Arnotts approved by [European] Commission
Bank experts appear at Oireachtas Committee
Bank guarantee made in quickly changing crisis
Bank guarantee scheme revealed, Oct 15th
Bank lending plan to target export sector
Bank man [Chris Ward] 'was £26m raid insider', Sept 9th
Bank manager 'told sister dead', Sept 23rd
Bank matters 'weren't discussed' at controversial meal [attended by Cowen and Anglo Irish bosses]
Bank of Ireland ATM and online systems fail
Bank of Ireland and AIB pass European stress test
Bank of Ireland charges 'unfair'
Bank of Ireland chief gets
Bank of Ireland denies takeover rumours, Sept 19th
Bank of Ireland fee decision criticised by consumer agency
Bank of Ireland jobs to go in NI, the Republic and UK
Bank of Ireland lent top brass €50m as businesses refused cash
Bank of Ireland lost
Bank of Ireland official's family kidnapped in robbery, October 23rd
Bank of Ireland paid
Bank of Ireland plunges on bailout dilution concern
Bank of Ireland posts losses of
Bank of Ireland profits down 32%, Nov 13th
Bank of Ireland reports half yearly loss of €1.25 billion
Bank of Ireland signals higher mortgage rates
Bank of Ireland to raise €
Bank of Ireland's pre-tax losses narrow
Bank of Scotland Ireland to close by December
Bank of Scotland/Halifax offers borrowers
Bank official abducted in Dublin robbery
Bank official's wife kidnapped in Dublin
Bank raid 'hurt political trust', February 2005
Bank raid accused in frame claim, December 2005
Bank raid tapes 'not handed over', April 2006
Bank raid van 'crossed border', January 2005
Bank raiders escape with cash in Wicklow
Bank sanctioned
Bank seeks possession of ex-Smart [Telecom] CEO's Kildare home, Jan 27th
Bank workers moved, January 2005
Banker 'unaware' of shift partner, Sept 26th
Bankers' €500,000 cap 'will not be breached' [says Lenihan], November 17th
Banking union in call for jobs strategy
Bankrupt developer costs Bank of Ireland £36m
Banks cave in to rate-cut pressure, Oct 10th
Banks defying Lenihan new rate cut, Dec 6th
Banks hampered in repossession cases
Banks lending to business? Nonsense says ISME boss
Banks may need more than
Banks misreported thousands of customers' credit histories to credit body
Banks need
Banks need external assistance - Lenihan
Banks pressed over interest rate cuts
Banks to lose billions in bad debt wipe-outs, June 29th
Bannockburn and After: 1314 - 1328
Bar brawl that changed Sinn Fein's mind over peace process, June 27th
Barack Obama
Barack Obama draws huge crowd in Dublin
Barack Obama given Irish ancestry certificate
Barbadosed: Africans and Irish in Barbados
Barbarian Conspiracy
Bardic poetry in Medieval/Early Modern times
Bards in sixteenth century Ireland
Barefoot girl, 5, found walking alone in snow, Feb 10th
Barnardos calls for more modest child benefit payment
Barney and Molly: A True Dublin Love Story (family history photos)
Barristers' legal aid fees top £1m in Northern Ireland
Barron Report into Dublin and Monaghan bombings
Barron reveals suspicion of security forces collusion in Dublin-Monaghan bombs
Basil Brooke
Basque separatist de Juana Chaos refused taxi licence
Batley Irish Democratic League Clu
Baton rounds fired at 75-year-old, Nov 16th
Baton rounds fired in fourth night of Ardoyne violence
Battle of Aughrim
Battle of Aughrim
Battle of Baginbun
Battle of Clontarf
Battle of Dublin (1922)
Battle of the Bogside
Battle of the Bogside
Battle of the Bogside: Ulster Troubles Part 14
Battle of the Boyne
Battle of the Boyne
Battle of the Yellow Ford
Beating murder 'may be sectarian', April 2001
Beds in NI hospitals face increasing flu pressure
Beef farmers protest at EU office in Dublin
Before the bomb - WesleyJohnston
Begg 'less confident' over pay deal, Sept 13th
Begging crackdown law comes into force
Beginnings of Parliamentary Reform
Begley family 'devastated' over jail sentence
Behan resigns in protest at budget, Oct 17th
Beleagured NI Water chief [Laurence] MacKenzie steps down
Belfast 'is Paris of the North', Dec 21st
Belfast 1969
Belfast Agreement
Belfast Attractions
Belfast Black Santa Houston McKelvey on Honours List, December 31st
Belfast City Airport renamed George Best Airport
Belfast City Airport withdraws runway extension plan
Belfast City Cemetery war memorial vandalised
Belfast City Council Tourism Guide
Belfast City Council accepts lord mayor's apology
Belfast City Council approves demolition of Athletic Stores building in Belfast
Belfast Metropolitan College bosses slammed by unions
Belfast Murals and What They Mean
Belfast Olympic boxing hopeful McCarthy suffers assault
Belfast Oscar winner Terry George returns home
Belfast Political Tours
Belfast Project interviewer fears for his life
Belfast Ryanair landed due to cleaning chemical
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Tours
Belfast Troubles return
Belfast UVF supergrass 'becomes Catholic'
Belfast airport charges £1 for a pre-flight smoke
Belfast alerts declared hoaxes
Belfast and Dublin Lord Mayors join in war remembrance
Belfast art set to collide with quantum physics, Jan 11th
Belfast attack 'intended to kill'
Belfast bank robbers posed as police, December 2004,,1379038,00.html
Belfast bomb 'clear attempt to murder officers'
Belfast bomb capable of causing death, say police
Belfast bonfire hit and run car found
Belfast burglars steal snakes from Smithfield Market
Belfast city centre assault leaves man badly injured
Belfast city centre police officer faces 38 charges
Belfast club that refused entry to black man fined £15,000
Belfast comedian Frank Carson has cancer operation
Belfast councillor's leap costs £24,000
Belfast floods: Emergency funding for premises affected
Belfast gets youngest lord mayor
Belfast gunman robs cash in transit driver
Belfast hospital deaths: seventh baby contracts infection
Belfast in the 17th Century
Belfast in the 1930s: Ulster Troubles Part 5
Belfast is setting for Titanic light show
Belfast judge calls for 'iron fist' for burglars
Belfast lawyer Finucane murdered, 1989
Belfast man George Morrisson stabbed to death in city street, July 6th
Belfast man found with bomb timers charged
Belfast man hacked to death in front of pregnant wife, court is told, October 20th
Belfast man in Fastnet race rescue drama
Belfast man with vCJD dies after long battle
Belfast marathon 2010
Belfast marathon brings a splash of colour to city streets, May 4th
Belfast marks Paralympic Games with celebration concert
Belfast museum faces legal challenge over Darwin exhibition, Feb 12th
Belfast on high alert, March 31st
Belfast pair given life for murder of Thomas Devlin
Belfast parade Tour of the North ends with violence
Belfast park opens doors to peace
Belfast police find arsenal at house after Loyalist terrorist kills self, Oct 17th
Belfast protest against Israeli Rachel Corrie seizure
Belfast residents unhappy over air traffic
Belfast riots go back centuries
Belfast still split by peace walls
Belfast supergrass trial: security forces prepare for violence
Belfast switches off [for Earth Hour], March 28th
Belfast teenager stabbed in neck
Belfast to Turkey operator Holidays 4 U goes bust
Belfast tourism podcast 'biased', May 26th
Belfast violence flares again as police attacked
Belfast woman among four kidnapped aid workers freed in Afghanistan
Belfast woman loses final bid to save pit bull terrier-type dog
Belfast's 'peace walls' treble after the ceasefires, July 28th
Belfast's 'tallest building' site in receivership
Belfast's Olympic boxers in open-top bus welcome
Belfast's Sinn Féin mayor will be absent from Remembrance, Nov 7th
Belfast's Victoria Square celebrates 'busiest day on record'
Belfast's iconic big wheel to close
Belfast, 15th June 1849
Belfast, August 1844
Belfast, May 1823
Belfast, May 1843
Belfast-Dublin rail line damaged, August 21st
Bellaghy teenager died 'protecting sister'
Bellaghy woman's ex-partner remanded over fatal shooting
Benefits appeal woman Cecilia Burns from Strabane has died
Beo (magazine)
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, socialist republican activist
Bertie Acheson died of heart attack after intruder assault
Bertie Ahern claims
Bertie Ahern lays the founding stone for Adamstown, February 2005
Bertie Ahern resigns from Fianna Fáil
Bertie Ahern to leave office on 6th May, April 2nd
Bertie Ahern to step down as TD
Bertie Ahern to surrender ministerial pension
Bertie Ahern to visit Whitehouse for St Patrick's Day, March 2005
Bertie Ahern's comments on the Northern Bank Robbery, January 2005
Bertie Ahern's resignation statement in full, April 2nd
Bertie Ahern, Taoiseach
Bertie Ahern, Taoiseach 1997 - 2008
Bertie Ahern: the Teflon Taoiseach
Bertie [Ahern]: politicians getting it in the neck is a sign of normality, October 8th
Bertie bags $40,000 - for tips on Celtic Tiger 'success'
Bertie to honour Blair at dinner at Dublin Castle, March 25th
Bertie's new job as peace envoy, July 14th
Beset by storms, Gordon Brown avoids visit to Belfast's Titanic Quarter, Sept 16th
Betelgeuse incident
Betelgeuse incident, January 1979
Betfair 'sorry' after Voler La Vedette in-running betting error
Bethany Firth wins gold medal at Paralympics in London
Bethany infants buried in unmarked graves
Betting shop shooting is linked to bloody gang feud, Sept 15th
Betty Williams, peace activist and Nobel Prize winner
Bhráithreachas na Poblachta
Bid to find relatives of [English] man found dead
Big Irish crackdown on net piracy
Big Screen switch-on at Belfast City Hall
Big boost for Ireland amidst market chaos
Bigger property falls a risk - Central Bank
Biggest ever Bombardier order 'to sustain Belfast jobs'
Biggest ever rise in unemployment, Jan 9th
Bill Barbour killed wife Anne 'to preserve her dignity'
Bill Clinton, American president who became involved in the peace process
Bill aims to stamp out premium rate scams and abuses, June 30th
Bio-tech firm Randox creates 232 new jobs
Biography of Daniel O'Connell
Birmingham Irish Heritage Group
Birmingham Irish Quarter
Birmingham bomb 'could have killed', November 2001
Birmingham pub bombings
Birmingham pub bombings
Birmingham target of IRA attacks, 21st November 1974
Births to teenage mothers at lowest level in 35 years
Bishop 'has questions to answer', November 29th
Bishop Berkeley of Cloyn
Bishop Comiskey's statement of resignation, April 2002
Bishop Daly's 'doubts' over Claudy bomb report claims
Bishop [Dr James Moriarty] quits over abuse scandal, December 23rd
Bishop [Eamon Walsh]: 'Cover-up culture has gone', November 27th
Bishop [of Down and Connor] urges Catholics to discuss Pope's letter
Bishop apologises over paedophile priest
Bishop backs 1971 killings probe
Bishop in second sex case cover-up
Bishop of Galway not planning to resign, December 18th
Bishop of Limerick asks for prayers, December 6th
Bishop takes blame for abuse 'mistakes', Dec 27th
Bishop: no reason to oppose Lisbon, September 16th
Bishops criticise 'bonus culture'
Bishops meet in emergency session today to discuss child protection, Jan 23rd
Bishops up pressure on Cowen after poll plunge, Oct 27th
Bishops urge opposition to abortions in Northern Ireland
Bitter criticism of the Clongorey evictions
Black '47 - When Ireland Starved
Black Santa's Christmas sit-out begins, Dec 17th
Blair and Ahern 'to get doctorates', Feb 5th
Blair and Ahern accuse the IRA of refusing to make straight promises, April 2003,,934507,00.html
Blair and Ahern to hold talks, June 2001
Blair confirms Ulster deadlock, December 2004,,1369169,00.html
Blair guilty of capitulating to Sinn Fein - Mandelson, March 2007,,2032429,00.html
Blair outlines deal to save Stormont, November 2004,,1353729,00.html
Blair's fears over IRA toppled UUP, March 23rd
Blair, Ahern launch talks to save N. Ireland peace process, July 2001
Blame RIRA for your wife's death - Belfast Telegraph
Blame RIRA for your wife's death [Omagh case]
Blaney's son calls for inquiry into arms trial
Blasphemy campaign
Blast bomb found in north Belfast
Blast bomb thrown at police patrol in Craigavon
Blathnaid - suicide was suspected from the start
Blathnaid taxi-driver is found
Blaze destroys Belfast social club
Blaze destroys buildings at Belfast school, May 4th
Blaze destroys home of gun attack victim, Dec 30th
Blessed Oliver Plunkett
Blind athlete [Mark Pollock] seeks polar success, Dec 24th
Blind man tells of robbery terror, Oct 27th
Blogger wins right to free speech, July 6th
Blood found in teenager's room, gardai assault trial told
Bloodbath fears as feud tears gang apart, April 9th
Bloody Friday
Bloody Friday and Consequences: Ulster Troubles Part 20
Bloody Friday, July 21st 1972
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday - Man Describes his Memories
Bloody Sunday Paras must be prosecuted, say families
Bloody Sunday inquiry
Bloody Sunday inquiry report to be released after general election
Bloody Sunday inquiry: Saville has 'no regrets'
Bloody Sunday investigation 'must include Martin McGuinness'
Bloody Sunday money 'a little but too late' says Ivan Cooper
Bloody Sunday report published
Bloody Sunday victim Michael Bradley dies, May 3rd
Bloody Sunday, 1920
Bloody Sunday, 1920
Bloody Sunday, Derry, January 30th 1972
Bloody Sunday: David Cameron finds it 'painful' to work with Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness
Bloody Sunday: Police to investigate Derry deaths
Bloody Sunday: Ulster Troubles Part 18
Bloody gang feud linked to execution of ex-convict, July 20th
Bloody history of the 1641 rebellion is published on-line
Bloomsday events to celebrate James Joyce's Ulysses
Blow to David Cameron as only Ulster Unionist MP [Sylvia Hermon] quits party
Bmibaby to stop Belfast flights from 11 June
BoI and AIB to shed up to 3,500 jobs in redundancy schemes
BoI chief Richie Boucher paid €623,000 in 2011
Boaire (farmer)
Board reveals school strike deal, Oct 23rd suffers hacking attack
Bobby Moffett
Bobby Moffett murder: man arrested in Antrim
Bobby Sand's sister condemns bombers - BBC
Bobby Sands
Bobby Sands
Bobby Sands 'offered to suspend hunger strike'
Bobby Sands film wins Cannes award, May 26th
Bobby Sands movie sets new world record, Oct 16th
Bodies of two Skerries fishermen recovered
Bodies of two women found on Clare beach
Body discovered at Naas house, August 9th
Body discovered in Camlough Lake
Body found dumped in crashed car's boot, May 18th
Body found during search for missing man in River Bann
Body found in Dublin woodland
Body found in James Sheehan search
Body found in Mournes was a woman
Body found in Spain confirmed as that of missing Irishman, July 6th
Body found in [Ann] Corcoran investigation, Feb 6th
Body found in burning car in park, July 24th
Body found in search for 'Disappeared' [Peter Wilson]
Body found in search for 'disappeared' man Gerry Evans
Body found in search for Galway fisherman
Body found in search for kidnapped man [Ciaran Noonan]
Body found in search for missing man off Valentia Island, Kerry
Body of Polish driver is located in Galway
Body of child discovered in Co Cork house
Body of man found in Dundalk, Dec 28th
Body of missing teenager Gerard Slattery is found
Body recovered from River Shannon
Body recovered from lake in Craigavon
Bog Discovery Hailed as Ireland's Dead Sea Scrolls,,1830418,00.html
Bog bodies
Bogside Riots: Irish History Part 17
Boil water notice issued in parts of Limerick over contamination fears
Bolton Irish Centre
Bomb 'attempted murder' say PSNI, November 25th
Bomb 'largest found' in recent years, January 2001
Bomb alerts
Bomb alerts
Bomb at Catholic police officer's home in Kilkeel
Bomb atrocity rocks Northern Ireland - BBC
Bomb attack 'racially motivated', April 20th
Bomb attack on PSNI in Londonderry was 'murder bid'
Bomb attack on home of PSNI officer's father
Bomb attack was attempted murder, June 16th
Bomb blast destroys London bus, Feb 1996
Bomb defused in north Belfast, Feb 4th
Bomb explodes at Londonderry City of Culture office
Bomb explodes in Derry
Bomb explodes in city centre shop, May 27th
Bomb explodes in teenager's hand, November 2001
Bomb explosions in Manchester, Dec 1992
Bomb factory swoop halts gang bloodbath, Sept 10th
Bomb found close to city schools, August 29th
Bomb found during Derry security alert
Bomb found in Harold Andrews' lane in Rosslea
Bomb found in Newry 'could have killed'
Bomb found near houses in village, April 3rd
Bomb in Manchester
Bomb in Newry Santander branch could have killed or injured
Bomb is found after Keady security alert
Bomb parts found in jail search, November 15th
Bomb policeman acted on instinct
Bomb relatives demanding inquiry
Bomb scare
Bomb scare at Belfast aiport, August 2001
Bomb scare at Dublin airport, July 2006
Bomb team furious at Garda claim - Guardian
Bomb that spells more bloodshed [Shankill Road], 1993
Bomb-making equipment
Bomb-making equipment
Bomb-making equipment found in Dublin, August 28th
Bombardier gets aircraft order
Bombardier's £519m record investment, July 17th
Bombers 'same mindset' as Omagh
Bombs and death threats: dissidents step up efforts to derail power sharing, July 28th
Bombs devastate Dublin and Monaghan, 1974
Bombs exploded
Bombs left in baby-changing room, May 21st
Bombs made safe after alert at Maureen Ave in Derry
Bombs thrown at police officers in Craigavon
Bonfire night in Cork prompts 120 callouts
Bonus bonanza for [Anglo-Irish Bank] managers, Jan 4th
Booby trap soldier had 'lucky escape' in Bangor
Book of condolence is opened for Alex Higgins
Book review of 'The Eternal Paddy: Irish Identity and the British Press'
Book review of Pearse's Patriots
Book review: God's Other Children (Nonconformists in Ireland)
Book review: The Irish Experience during the Second World War
Books about Irish History
Books on Irish History
Books on the Irish Famine
Boost for Lisbon 'Yes' vote as ICTU gives its backing, May 22nd
Boost for NI housing co-ownership, Oct 7th
Bord Bia welcomes increase in exports
Bord Pleanala rejects plans for Tipperary bio-fuel factory, July 11th
Bord Pleanala rejects plans for Tipperary bio-fuel factory, July 11th
Bord na Mona to create 300 new Green jobs, July 20th
Border Campaign
Border campaign - '50s republicans deserve recognition and gratitude
Border kidnap 'terrifying ordeal', Dec 23rd
Border terror probe 'significant'
Bored teenagers blamed as lurid graffiti makes comeback after attack at barracks, March 10th
Boris Johnson London bus pledge welcomed by Ian Paisley
Born Fighting a History of the Scots Irish in America
Boston College interviews
Boston Irish Famine Memorial
Bostonians Respond to the Irish Famine
Bottled water scare as dangerous germs found, Nov 17th
Bouncer exposed himself at Queen's Student Union bar
Boundaries of Lordships: Gaelic Resurgence
Boundary Commission
Bournemouth and District Irish Society
Bovine foetus used in attempt infect cattle herd with brucellosis
Boxing star [Darren Sutherland] found dead by manager, September 14th
Boy (14) arrested after alleged rape at Dublin disco
Boy (14) feared drowned as body recovered, May 5th