70 workers face axe at tech giant Seagate's Derry base
Tech giant Seagate is to lay off 70 workers in Northern Ireland.
Tech giant Seagate is to lay off 70 workers in Northern Ireland.
Scientists are closer to understanding the role of a gene that is closely linked to breast and ovarian cancer.
Wildlife officials in Thailand have started the process of removing some of the 137 tigers held at a Buddhist temple following accusations that monks were involved in illegal breeding and trafficking of the animals.
Health chiefs have launched investigations following the deaths of two newborn babies within days of each other in Cavan General Hospital.
Sinn Fein has wound up pressure on justice chiefs to explain why a former Garda commissioner secretly met the head of a parliamentary watchdog over whistle-blower Sergeant Maurice McCabe.
Rory McIlroy will not be the only Northern Irishman flying his country's flag at a major sporting event this summer, a fact that defender Chris Baird believes epitomises the football team's achievements.
Departing Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini admits he has regrets over his decision to announce mid-season he was leaving.
In-demand Leicester midfielder N'Golo Kante insists he is happy at the Premier League champions - "for now".
Marcus Rashford's amazing 2016 continued on Monday as he signed a new long-term contract with Manchester United.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has signed a new contract which will keep him at Old Trafford until 2020.
David Cameron hailed "proud Brit" Sadiq Khan's election as a symbol of progress in reducing racial and religious discrimination as he sought to mend fences with the London Mayor.
The Duke of Edinburgh will not attend commemorations marking the Battle of Jutland in Orkney following medical advice.
Eighteen-year-old Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has signed a new contract which will keep him at the club until at least 2020.
Former Chad dictator Hissene Habre has been sentenced to life imprisonment for abuses during his time in power at the end of a trial that began in July 2015.
Vandals have targeted the republican plot in Milltown Cemetery in a graffiti attack.
Champion chaser Chris Anderson left daredevil challengers trailing in his wake as he won the annual Cheese Rolling again.
City grandee Robert Hiscox has launched a blistering attack on David Cameron's campaign to remain in the EU, dubbing it "corrupt" and accusing the Treasury of disseminating "illegal propaganda".
London Scottish have insisted there is no problem with their financial model despite seeing the Scottish Rugby Union pull out of a tie-up arrangement after just four months.
Scammers are targeting unsuspecting email users by claiming they have missed jury duty and must pay a fine up to 500 euro.
Almost 30 million people flew in and out of Ireland's main airports last year - the largest number since the record in 2008.
The Republic of Ireland complete their preparations for the Euro 2016 finals with Tuesday night's friendly against Belarus.
A woman says she and a friend were injured when they were jumped by a kangaroo while cycling in an Australian wine region.
Millwall fans who forced Barnsley supporters to flee to safety as they tried to break into the opposing team's end at Wembley could face life bans.
Two men have been stabbed during a fight outside a nightclub in Manchester.
Britain's coastline is facing one of its biggest ever breaches of borders as an unprecedented number of small boats and dinghies smuggle in migrants, a top union official has warned.
It is "absurd" that thousands of prisoners remain in jail beyond their original terms despite the scrapping of a discredited sentencing initiative, Ken Clarke said.
Four people were stabbed and several others injured during a series of violent clashes following this year's Luton Carnival.
The 84-year-old mother of murdered British expat Patricia Wilson has told of her heartbreak over the tragic death of her "best friend" and "confidante".
Bear Grylls's gruelling reality TV show Mission Survive has been axed.
Four people are presumed dead in south-west Germany after rainstorms triggered flooding that left one small town littered with debris and rubble.
Top Gear returned to television with Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc at the helm but failed to reach the viewing figures of the last series with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.
Stoke chairman Peter Coates wants a Premier League cap on agents fees but admits he is fighting a losing battle.
Young cancer sufferers have been bowled over by a surprise visit from One Direction star Niall Horan.
Iraqi forces started pushing into the city of Fallujah on Monday as a wave of bombings claimed by the Islamic State (IS) group in the country killed at least 24 people.
The Government's refusal to relax its travel advice for Tunisia almost one year after the deadly attack near Sousse is allowing the perpetrators to believe they are "on the winning side", the country's UK-based tourism officials said.
Two British men have been remanded in custody charged with immigration offences after 18 Albanians were rescued from a sinking boat in the English Channel.
Mexican police have rescued kidnapped footballer Alan Pulido, who appeared with a bandaged hand at a brief press conference to declare that he is fine.
Internet giant Amazon is to hire another 500 workers in Ireland.
Authorities in central Texas have found two more bodies along flooded streams, bringing the death toll from severe weather in the state to six.
Mass bleaching has killed more than a third of the coral in the northern and central parts of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, scientists say.
A seven-year-old boy is missing in a forest in northern Japan after his parents made him get out of their car as punishment for misbehaving.
Luther Burrell's international comeback is gathering pace after England drafted the Northampton centre into their squad bound for Australia.
The Libertarian Party nominated Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate, believing he can challenge presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton because of their poor showing in popularity polls.
Jurors in the trial of a mother accused of murdering her two-year-old son with her partner are expected to resume consideration of their verdicts.
A woman struggled in vain to drag her friend from a crocodile's jaws during a late night swim off an Australian beach.
James McClean is determined to make the most of his opportunity to go to a second major finals tournament with the Republic of Ireland.
As more than 700 migrants are feared to have drowned crossing the Mediterranean Sea, Unicef has warned the lives of children "are in the hands of smugglers".
The sugar tax will be an arbitrary burden on the poor which takes no account of the actual make-up of drinks, critics have warned.
Moves to make employers ask job candidates if they went to fee-paying schools have led to threats from the provost of Eton College to quit the Tory party whip in the Lords.
Hospital intensive care units generate a cacophony of noise that far exceeds World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines, research suggests.
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