Dr Steve Myers returns to Queen's University Belfast for Large Hadron Collider and Higgs...
A Belfast-born scientist who helped discover the so-called 'God Particle' is to return to the city to deliver a lecture on his work.
6,000 funded childcare places are unveiled... but fears that 'working poor' may miss out
The SDLP says while it welcomes the creation of 6,000 new funded childcare places announced yesterday, it is worried that some...
Our segregated schools are bad for business: End this 'crazy' dual system say industry leaders
A new independent poll has found three out of four local businesses believe our segregated education system is holding back economic...
Board of Irish Colleges and Societies awards event will be a first for Belfast
Students from all over Ireland will be flocking to Belfast next month for the annual Board of Irish Colleges and Societies (BICS) Awards.
Anger as cuts to school could mean Catholic pupils educated on one side of river and...
Northern Ireland’s second city is set to see Catholics educated on one side of the river and Protestants on the other in a new sectarian...
Education Minister John O’Dowd urged to act over lack of openness at South Eastern...
Education Minister John O’Dowd has been urged to disband the commissioners in the South Eastern Education and Library Board...
Children's Laureate on mission to give our kids chapter and verse
It's her first visit to Northern Ireland – and she's here on a mission to get children reading and writing.
DUP threat to scupper Robin Hood-style shake-up of budgets in Northern Ireland schools
The DUP has threatened to overturn the Education Minister's Robin Hood-style funding policy for schools.
Current exams system will stay, vows O'Dowd
SCHOOLS in Northern Ireland are to go it alone after Stormont Education Minister John O'Dowd decided against introducing changes to GCSE and A-Levels in line with England and Wales.
Head loses fight to keep grammar school: Armagh principal opposed change he must...
A school principal has lost a long-running battle to keep academic selection at a historic grammar school.
Academic selection critics appointed as governors
THREE of the four most recent Stormont appointments to the board of governors at St Patrick's Grammar School in Armagh are known...
Integrated school expansion at Portadown refused
The Education Minister has turned down a proposal to increase the number of pupils at Portadown Integrated Primary School.
New science exhibition opens at Ulster Museum in Belfast
A fascinating new science exhibition based on the periodic table opens today at the Ulster Museum in Belfast.
Queen's University Challenge team back on top form
A team of students from Queen's University has set up a play-off for a place in this year's University Challenge quarter-finals.
New Queen's University Belfast chief says university life is tougher than ever
University has never been tougher – but Queen's new president and vice-chancellor is hoping to tackle some of the big issues facing...
Three Catholic schools to merge in Northern Ireland as non-selective grammar
Three Catholic schools in Northern Ireland are to merge to form a new non-selective grammar.
I'll make Queen's University Belfast a powerhouse, vows new chief Professor...
One of the world's most respected cancer specialists has said he wants to make Queen's University "an international powerhouse in...
University of Ulster campus plans boosted by Europe loan
A £150m European loan for the University of Ulster's new Belfast city centre campus is a vote of confidence in its future plans, it has...
Enniskillen Integrated Primary School school to grow its numbers
Education Minister John O'Dowd has approved a proposal to increase capacity at Enniskillen Integrated Primary School.
The Cloth Ear August 2014
Vital 2014: The Killers and Bastille
Vital 2014 pictures: David Guetta
Belfast rocks to Biffy Clyro
Belsonic: Kodaline, Tom Odell fans
Belsonic 2014 pictures: Queens of the Stone Age fans
Belsonic 2014 first night
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Limelight, Belfast - August 2014
Belsonic 2014 pictures: Chic and Nile Rodgers fans
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Dirty Onion, Belfast - August 2014
Belsonic 2014 pictures: Kodaline, Tom Odell fans
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Secrets Nightclub, Magherafelt - August 2014
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Roxy Nightclub, The Parlour, The Eg - July 2014
Ollie's Club, Belfast - August 2014
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Bot - August 2014
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Alley Cat Bar July 2014
Belfast Pride: Rain on parade fails to dampen party spirit
WW1: Images of the horror, heroism, suffering and anguish
Barnes wants new NI flag: Here are your suggestions
The Troubles gallery - John Hume detained in 1971
Reader's favourite Ulster beauty spots
Crime chief quits Labour Party
South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright has resigned from...
Extreme weather threat to seabirds
UK seabirds are being hit by a triple whammy of...
£160m boost for Cancer Drugs Fund
Thousands more cancer patients in England will be...
Arsene Wenger calm despite Olivier Giroud blow new
Arsene Wenger is not intending to sign a...
Warnock's the right fit for Parish
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish believes Neil...
Fazio joins Tottenham
Tottenham have completed the signing of Argentinian defender Federico Fazio...
Ex-Gladiator David leaves BB arena new
Kelly Brook is celebrating being reunited with her...
Simon: Cheryl has got better
X Factor boss Simon Cowell has said co-star Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is a...
Pixie Lott to appear on Strictly
Pixie Lott has been confirmed as the 11th celebrity taking part in this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing.