Barney Fitzpatrick ‘a quick wit and a peace maker’

The funeral of former police chief superintendent Barney Fitzpatrick, one of the first officers to be shot by the IRA during the Troubles, has taken place in his home town of Portstewart.

The aftermath of the IRA bomb that devastated Coleraine town centre on June 12, 1973 killing six pensioners

Former RUC officer: why I abstained in council vote over bomb memorial

An Alliance councillor and former long-serving RUC officer has said he would rather people “remembered victims in their prayers” than engage in “point-scoring exercises” in council chambers.

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