A Stormont committee is inquiring into the NAMA sale of its Northern Ireland portfolio

Developer claims conspiracy at NI NAMA hearing

14.51 A Northern Ireland property developer is making a series of controversial allegations about the behaviour of Cerberus, the US company that bought NAMA's Northern Ireland property book.

Soldiers conduct a search at an apartment block as part of the investigation

Fingerprints on Thai bomb equipment match suspect

02 Sep The fingerprints of a foreign man arrested over last month's deadly Bangkok blast match those found on bomb-making equipment discovered at a flat over the weekend, Thai police said this morning.

Callely's solicitors confirmed his application for enhanced remission had been successful

Callely will not have to return to prison

01 Sep Former senator Ivor Callely will not have to return to prison following the State's decision to allow him enhanced remission on the prison sentence he received for fraudulently claiming Oireachtas expenses on forged mobile phone invoices.

Darron Gibson arriving at Trafford Magistrates' Court

Darron Gibson banned from driving for 20 months

01 Sep Republic of Ireland football international Darron Gibson has been sentenced to a 12-month community order in the UK and banned from driving for 20 months after he ploughed into three cyclists and drove off fleeing the scene.

20 people were killed in the blast

Second suspect arrested over Bangkok blast

01 Sep Thailand's prime minister said this morning a second foreign man has been arrested at a checkpoint on the Cambodian border on suspicion of involvement in last month's deadly shrine bombing.

Sean FitzPatrick is facing 27 charges including making a misleading, false or deceptive statements to auditors

FitzPatrick trial adjourned until May

29 Aug The High Court has ruled that the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank Chairman Sean FitzPatrick, which was due to start in October, should not take place until May 2016.