Cabbie to the rescue of 'stranded' north Belfast primary school pupils
Cabbie to the rescue of 'stranded' pupils
Scary pair just clowning around
As police resourses are being sapped, and tensions across the country over parading issues, masked men, and schisms in politics are rife, police in Newtownabbey and Carrickfergus have a new enemy – a clown and hooded figure.
Finlay Park community plotting for the future
Communities in north Belfast are being encouraged to get green and grow together, with two new community gardens in the area.
Glengormley X-Factor Andrea Magee will be beating her bodhran in LA
It doesn't always pay to be different but that certainly won't be the case for north Belfast's singing sensation Andrea Magee when she stands on a balcony in Los Angeles rubbing shoulders with pop legend Robbie Williams.
Twaddell Initiative no substitute for talks say Sinn Fein
North Belfast MLA Gerry Kelly has hit out at the Orange Order's 'Twaddell Initiative', saying there should be "no preconditions to dialogue".
Ardoyne music artists find harmony in first ever Voice Factor
While Glengormley singers Andrea Magee and Leah McFall are poised for super stardom, coming fast in their tracks is north Belfast singer Amy Jo Johnston, winner of the first ever Ardoyne Alliance Voice Factor.
Call time on parades during Haass talks
Traders have been urged by a north Belfast politician to call for a moratorium on parades while the Haass talks continue.
A sporting tribute to the man who brought football to Ireland
A north Belfast man who first introduced the game of football into Ireland has been honoured with the unveiling of a Blue Plaque at the home of Cliftonville FC.
One woman's story of loss, grief and racism in Belfast
A CROSS-community worker has self-published a book detailing her experience of sectarianism and racism in Northern Ireland and telling the story of how the murder of her father by the IRA has affected her family.
Andrea Magee's bound for X-Factor stardom Any Minute Now
She started off learning to play the flute as a young girl in Glengormley Primary School and now one north Belfast woman has used her own unique brand of music to blow away the judges on this year's X-factor competition.
Shankill United shock
SHANKILL UNITED football club has been left "shocked" and "devastated" by the sudden death of Islandmagee player Stuart Ross during Saturday's match.
Hazelwood lockout finally set to be resolved
A MONTH long dispute between a north Belfast school and the Belfast Education and Library Board which saw nearly 200 students locked out of new school facilities and resulted in a high court case taken by a pupil's mother has finally come to a "satisfactory conclusion".
Local youngsters take a life-changing trip to Holocaust sites
Youngsters from Newtownabbey have just returned from a life-changing visit to Poland to examine the effects of genocide and the Nazi Holocaust.
Thousands expected for north Belfast loyalist parade
UP TO 10,000 loyalists are to take part in a protest parade in Belfast on Saturday, the day after the Richard Haass talks about flags, emblems, parades, and the past come to a close.
Hazelwood students hope for good report from new talks
THE stand-off between a north Belfast school and the Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB) could be resolved this week following an intervention from the Department of Education (DENI).
Community rallies around parish after fifth attack on St Mary's
A CATHOLIC church in north Belfast has been attacked with petrol bombs and paint bombs, in the most recent incident in a spate of sectarian attacks.
Exhibition hopes to breathe life into images of fallen heroes
In April 2013, a box of old lantern slides was found in the organ loft of Alexandra Presbyterian Church. The images were of soldiers and sailors in First World War uniforms and were made by the famous Belfast photographer Mr Alex. R. Hogg.
Glengormley police in bid to tackle 72% upsurge in burglaries
A DRAMATIC upsurge in the number of burglaries in Glengormley has led police to take unusual action to try to beat the burglars.
Class-room service as Hazelwood pupils face being taught in hotels
Students at the heart of the public battle between Hazelwood Integrated College and Belfast Education Library Board (BELB) could remain locked out for a further two or three weeks after a High Court case was adjourned.
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Airline Qantas to slash 1,000 jobs
Qantas Airways is to shed 1,000 jobs over the next year and its boss will take a pay cut as the flagship Australian carrier forecasts a half-year loss of at least £138 million.
Planning Bill row: Horns pulled in over after ministerial sit-down
Tempers appear to have cooled over the Executive stand-off after Environment Minister Mark H Durkan axed the new Planning Bill.
Banking sector slowing recovery, says Finance Minister Simon Hamilton
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton believes the banking sector presents the "biggest impediment" to Northern Ireland capitalising on "early signs of economic recovery".
Euro vote for English clubs
Premiership Rugby shareholders are set to vote at a meeting in London on Thursday on taking part in European competitions next season.
Ashes Australia vs England: Stuart Broad strikes amid morning showers
Stuart Broad struck once during a rain-shortened first morning, with the wicket of the dangerous David Warner, in the second Ashes Test.
De Carpentier case dismissed
Worcester backrow forward Richard De Carpentier has been cleared of making contact with the eyes or eye area of Northampton's Calum Clark.
Songsick Phil's back waxing lyrical
Phil Collins is going from Genesis to a resurrection - he is penning songs again, three years after retiring.
Daley: It was love at first sight
Diver Tom Daley has told how it was "love at first sight" when he met the man who now shares his life.
Downton story a secret: Staunton
Imelda Staunton has revealed that she only finds out her husband's storylines in Downton Abbey by watching the show, because he does not tell her the twists in advance.