Queen's University graduations - 1 July 2013
CAFRE: Loughry Campus Awards Ceremony 2013
CAFRE: Enniskillen Awards Day June 2013
Road safety packs for schools
Environment Minister Alex Attwood has launched a new road safety teaching resource for schools.
Children make the headlines with G8 newspaper project
Pupils from three primary schools are among thousands of young people from all over Northern Ireland who have just completed the Belfast Telegraph Newspapers in Education project themed on the G8 summit.
University of Ulster is backed by minister in row with Sinn Fein over Magee's expansion
Education and Learning Minister Stephen Farry has sprung to the defence of the University of Ulster following criticism levelled by Sinn Fein over its handling of expansion plans at Magee College.
Poll wake-up call for Northern Ireland MLAs over integrated schools
Stormont is facing renewed pressure to push integrated education up the political agenda when the new Assembly term begins.
Why our politicians don't make the grade
As our First and Deputy First Ministers, their 13 Executive colleagues and 93 MLAs break next week for the summer, they have been given food for thought on how to make vital progress towards a shared future.
Magee Campus: Politicians have power to make expansion happen
THE university appreciates the strength of feeling in the city around the expansion of our Magee campus, and shares its sense of frustration at the obstacles that have been put in the way of its growth.
Public mood in Northern Ireland is for an end to segregation in schools
More than two-thirds of people believe Northern Ireland’s politicians must prioritise sorting out our divided education system, a major poll reveals today.
Separate education systems in Northern Ireland are unsustainable, claim business leaders
Business leaders have called for Stormont to heed the findings of today’s poll and ensure more focus is placed on integrated education.
Baroness May Blood: It’s time to fulfil wishes of people on integration
Recent visits by Barack Obama, David Cameron and Nick Clegg have highlighted the work of integrated schools, setting them before the international community as an example of the way forward.
Donal McKeown: Still lessons to be learned by school integrationists
Statistics and questionnaires are both helpful and dubious sources of information. You can use them to deliver almost any preferred answer. And the LucidTalk poll (on behalf of the Integrated Education Fund) is a prime example of that.
Under-performing teachers should get sack in interests of pupils: report
Schools must be prepared to sack under-performing teachers in order to cut the number of pupils failing to meet basic reading and writing targets, a Stormont committee has said.
Sinn Fein and University of Ulster clash over who’s to blame for stunting Magee’s growth
A top academic has launched an outspoken attack on Sinn Fein after the party claimed the University of Ulster is holding up the expansion of its Magee campus.
School tests plagued by IT glitches cost Northern Ireland £3m
Computer-based literacy and numeracy tests used by primary schools in Northern Ireland which developed a series of technical glitches have cost almost £3m.
Principals accuse John O’Dowd of ‘having agenda’ to kill off Dickson schools
School leaders have accused Education Minister John O’Dowd of having “a hefty political agenda” to axe grammar schools in the Craigavon area.
Down's syndrome teenager fails in school appeal bid
A teenager with Down's syndrome has failed in an appeal against being denied a place at the mainstream school of her family's choice
Parents demand 800% increase in integrated primary school places
Two-thirds of parents in the Belfast area support an eight-fold increase in the number of integrated primary school places.
Queen's Winter Graduations
This year's university winter graduations
Cow passenger in Citroen Xsara
Nelson Mandela: life and times
Key moments in life of former president
Christmas parties 2013
Irish dad forced to take dead baby in taxi for autopsy
Prouvost wins Turner Prize
Laure Prouvost named winner in Derry
Top 10 Xmas gifts for teens
Victoria's Secret opens first shop on island of Ireland
Help babies like little Joe
Help save lives of babies around the world
Christmas lights in Belfast
Lights on and market opens in city
PlayStation PS4 v Xbox One
Comparing Sony and Microsoft's latest consoles
Fisherman 'grabbed Tesco manager by testicles after being stopped over shoplifting spree' new
A fisherman grabbed a Tesco manager by the testicles and refused to let go after being stopped over an £800 shoplifting spree, the High Court heard today.
Sir Bobby leads tributes to Foulkes new
Bill Foulkes will "stand proud" alongside the footballing greats of Manchester United, Sir Bobby Charlton told mourners at his funeral today.
Forensic science work in Northern Ireland 'being carried out on a shoestring budget' new
Forensic science work in Northern Ireland is being carried out on a shoestring budget, a High Court judge said today.
Baines eyes Christmas comeback new
Injured Everton defender Leighton Baines hopes to be fit to play some part in the busy festive schedule but accepts he is currently playing a waiting game.
Milner: That was the best of City new
Manchester City midfielder James Milner believes Europe has now seen the best of the Blues after their thrilling fightback at Bayern Munich.
Pieters fit for Tigers clash new
Stoke defender Erik Pieters has declared himself fit for this weekend's trip to Hull after a groin injury.
Flanagan urges fur-free Christmas new
Helen Flanagan filled her own stockings as she became Miss Santa to campaign against animal cruelty.
Latitude headline acts announced new
The first headliners for next year's Latitude arts and music festival have been announced, with Irish indie rockers Two Door Cinema Club making their first festival headline appearance at the event.
Balding: Weight loss gave me energy new
Clare Balding has revealed that being slimmer has given her a new lease of life.