In Pictures: Celtic 0 Juventus 3
Northern Lights pictures: Northern Ireland snappers feast on heavenly aurora borealis updated
Photographers flocked to dark vantage points well away from the city lights to capture images of one of the most spectacular auroras seen in Northern Ireland in years.
Historical Ulster: Shankill Road, from the Belfast Telegraph Archives
The Shankill Road in Belfast, one of the city's oldest and most historic districts, and one which has experienced great change over recent decades.
Old Bangor pictures - from Belfast Telegraph archives
The name Bangor is derived from the Irish word Beannchar. The Belfast Telegraph takes a stroll down Memory Lane with a visit to old Bangor
All Our Yesterdays: The Belfast Marathon
A glimpse back in time through the sweat and tears of the Belfast Marathon
All Our Yesterdays: HMS Caroline
With the announcement of the decommissioning of the HMS Caroline I decided to look through our picture archive to reflect on the Royal Navy Reserve's lastremaining man o' war.Her keel was laid in January 1914, and inside 12 months she was at sea sweeping enemy waters.
- In Pictures: Belfast Telegraph RunHer at Stormont, October 2013
- 2014 Fifa World Cup finals draw: In pictures
- Six Nations: England 29-18 Wales - in pictures
- Jose Mourinho's best moments - from Real Madrid to Chelsea
- Ladies Day at Cheltenham
- In Pictures: Adelaide Motorcycle Awards
- County Antrim Shield final: Crusaders v Linfield
- Stunning pictures from FINA Synchronized Swimming World Championships
- Ladies Day at Aintree
- In Pictures: Northern Ireland train in Cyprus ahead of international friendly
Great white shark 'Lydia' on course for Ireland
The Troubles gallery - John Hume detained in 1971
Favourite Ulster beauty spots - send us your pics
US author Joe McGinniss dies
Joe McGinniss, a US author and reporter who skewered the marketing of Richard Nixon in The Selling Of the President 1968 has died at the age of 71.
Caribbean seeks slavery reparations
Leaders of Caribbean nations have adopted a plan on seeking reparations for what they say are the lingering ill-effects of the Atlantic slave trade.
New Zealand plans flag change vote
New Zealand prime minister John Key has announced plans for a referendum on whether to change the national flag.
Kelly Gallagher: Interview with Co Down skier who won gold at Winter Paralympics
As a young girl growing up in a generally snow-free Northern Ireland, Kelly Gallagher's favourite toy was a skiing Barbie.
Spurs set to appeal Kaboul red card
Tottenham will appeal Younes Kaboul's red card at Chelsea on Saturday, Press Assocation Sport understands.
Sexton: Schmidt is the best coach
Joe Schmidt can spearhead an RBS Six Nations title drive against France to "eclipse" Ireland's only win in Paris for 42 years, according to Johnny Sexton.
Van Morrison's song lyrics go from stage to page
Van Morrison's classic song lyrics are to be immortalised in a new book spanning his half-century in the music business.
Ulster Orchestra chief Dr Rosa Solinas quits post
The chief executive of the Ulster Orchestra has departed after just over a year in the job.
Beckham's nerves over Only Fools
David Beckham has described how he struggled to sleep the night before making his Only Fools And Horses debut because he was so nervous.