1993 in Northern Ireland
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- 24 June - Northern Ireland Minister Michael Mates resigns over links with tycoon Asil Nadir.
- 23 October - Shankill Road bombing carried out by the Provisional Irish Republican Army in Belfast. There are 10 fatalities, including the bomber.
- 30 October - Greysteel massacre carried out by Ulster Freedom Fighters, at the Rising Sun Bar in Greysteel. Eight civilians are shot dead.
- 9 December - Footballer Danny Blanchflower dies of Alzheimer's disease aged 67.
- 15 December - Albert Reynolds and John Major issue their joint Downing Street Declaration.
Arts and literature
- Winners: Linfield
- Cookstown 100 125cc race
- Winner: Robert Dunlop
- 27 May - Belfast architect Dawson Stelfox becomes one of the first Irish people to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
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- 23 March - Denis Parsons Burkitt, surgeon (born 1911).
- 14 September - Sheelagh Murnaghan, only Ulster Liberal Party Member of Parliament at Stormont (born 1924).
- 23 October - Thomas Begley, Provisional Irish Republican Army member killed planting a bomb (born 1970).
- November - Jimmy McAlinden, footballer and football manager (born 1917).
- 9 December - Danny Blanchflower, footballer and football manager (born 1926).