Fashion Spy Summer 2013 - on the streets of Northern Ireland
Remembrance Sunday 2013: Enda Kenny, Theresa Villiers and Dame Mary Peters lay wreaths at solemn services across Northern Ireland
The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment performed a guard of honour at Belfast City Hall's Cenotaph and Garden of Remembrance on Sunday, November 10, where several thousand turned out for Northern Ireland's main commemoration service.
Down Royal Festival 2013: Fashion, fillies and a win for AP McCoy
Tony McCoy moved to within eight victories of the magic 4,000-winner mark over jumps when Jezki made a smooth return to the track at Down Royal.
Save Exploris: Twitter users snap as campaign to save Northern Ireland's only aquarium goes global
A photo campaign to save Northern Ireland's only aquarium has kicked off on Twitter with users posting images of themselves holding 'Save Exploris' signs.
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Soldier killer 'lured by evil ones'
The mother of a Muslim extremist who butchered soldier Lee Rigby blamed the "evil ones" of Islam for drawing him in to a world of fanaticism.
S-Sudan mob kills UN peacekeepers
Three United Nations peacekeepers are among the latest victims of th e violence in South Sudan that has killed hundreds .
3 sentenced for West Ham data theft
Three men who illegally obtained personal data from members of West Ham Football Club during the bidding process to become new tenants of the Olympic Stadium will be sentenced today.
Mackay given Bluebirds ultimatum
Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has been told to resign or face being sacked by the Welsh club's owner Vincent Tan.
Wilshere issued two-match ban
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere must serve a two-match ban after he admitted a misconduct charge over an offensive hand gesture made towards Manchester City fans, the Football Association confirmed on Thursday evening.
Mourinho feels stuck on repeat
Jose Mourinho is feeling the pressure and growing tired of repeating himself after watching his Chelsea side make the same mistakes time and again.
Scores injured in theatre collapse
More than 80 people have been injured, seven seriously, after a theatre ceiling collapsed on top of them.
Sheridan enjoys Harry Hill premiere
Sheridan Smith has claimed she was embracing the cold after sweating it out in a fat suit for so long on The Harry Hill Movie.
Paedophile Watkins begins jail term
Paedophile rock singer Ian Watkins will be serving out his jail sentence in a prison home to some of Britain's most notorious sex offenders and killers.