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A family from Downpatrick miraculously escaped injury after a suspected lightning bolt struck their home.
The meerkat – the beloved hero of an advert for car insurance – has been unmasked as the most "murderous" mammal known to science.
A flashmob descended on the British Museum to protest against oil giant BP's multi-million pound backing of the arts.
Around 80 new outbreaks of a deadly tree disease have been found in Northern Ireland so far this year.
A builder from Holywood has told how a car crashed into the back of his van causing a multiple-vehicle pile-up during rush hour yesterday morning.
Ulster Unionist MLA Harold McKee has called on the Sellafield Nuclear reprocessing plant to respond to claims made by the BBC Panorama programme, in order to restore public confidence.
The use of microbeads is to be banned in cosmetics and personal care products, Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom has announced.
Co-operation is "the single best chance that we have" to save the planet, US president Barack Obama said, as he stood with China's president Xi Jinping to formally enter their two nations into last year's Paris climate change agreement.
The acting state pathologist in Northern Ireland has requested an urgent meeting with the chief medical officer to discuss the increasing number of deaths of young people caused by an everyday prescription painkiller.
While his peers were receiving their A-level results yesterday, a teenager from Londonderry was happily driving his lorry.
Europe appears poised to continue its move towards cutting fossil fuel use as the Netherlands joins a host of nations looking to pass innovative green energy laws.
The sudden removal of ornamental gardens from the grounds of a popular Fermanagh castle has been blasted as "civil service vandalism" by locals.
The world's biggest offshore wind farm has been given the go-ahead to be built off the coast of Yorkshire.
If you were travelling around the Castlereagh Hills on Thursday night the chances are that you ran across hundreds of tractors on the roads.
Breed specific dog legislation - the law which saw Belfast dog Hank snatched from his owners and put on death row - is unnecessary and hundreds of pets have been put down needlessly, the RSPCA have warned.
Nearly half of all farmers in Northern Ireland have no one to take over the family farm when they retire, new research has revealed.
SSE Airtricity has won contracts to supply electricity and gas to four of Northern Ireland's five health trusts, a deal worth over £100m.
Irish energy firm Gaelectric is to receive €8.28m in funding from the European Union to develop a storage project in Northern Ireland.
The PSNI has told football fans to behave ahead of the kick-off of the Irish League today.
Armed forces veterans are being badly failed by the Executive, according to a war hero Ulster Unionist MLA.
Over one fifth of Northern Ireland's municipal waste was sent for incineration between January and March - a 5.5% increase on the same time last year.
The SDLP's Margaret Ritchie has criticised EDF’s decision to press ahead with building a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point
A Hank the dog lookalike from Co Down has been spared the death sentence despite being categorised as a pit bull — one day after the Belfast dog was seized.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a bus was destroyed by fire outside an Orange hall in Dervock.
A crocodile is at the centre of a dispute after animal rights activists accused a council of breaching its own rules on using animals for entertainment.
A dairy farmer from Co Antrim has told how his eight-year-old son nearly died when he fell out of a tractor and suffered serious head injuries
Fly-tipping could increase and small firms could go out of business after a council banned commercial vehicles from bringing waste into its recycling centres.
New car sales here fell by nearly 2% in June compared to the same month last year, according to the latest industry figures.
Fears are growing a killer canine disease may be spreading to Northern Ireland with dog owners urged to wash their pets after a walk.
Given the extended nature of this year's Euro 2016 tournament, it's not all cut and dry and Northern Ireland stand a good chance of progressing even if they finish third in their group.
Donald Trump's controversial plan to build coastal protection works at his golf course in Co Clare would blight one of the most stunning stretches of coast in Ireland, green campaigners have warned.
Hundreds of paper flowers are blossoming outside Queen's University Belfast as part of an art installation aimed at highlighting the importance of nature.
Visitors to The Gobbins are being treated to a colourful sight as Northern Ireland's only mainland puffin colony returns for the breeding season.
A founding member of a group launched to protect Belfast's Cave Hill has resigned from its committee over what he called "an act of censorship" preventing him from airing criticisms of the city's zoo.
Ten beaches and two marinas across Northern Ireland have won Blue Flags, recognising their world class facilities and water quality.
Grass verges on some of Belfast's busiest roads are only being cut once a year - creating a potentially deadly problem, according to councillors.
NI Water says it has no concerns about drilling at Woodburn Forest having any effect on drinking water in Belfast.
Farmers have blasted Boris Johnson for his unconvincing "bluff and bluster" after the leading Brexit campaigner said they would get the same level of subsidy if the UK left the EU.
Two Greenmount College students have won bronze medals at the Chelsea Flower Show for their stunning floral creations.
A purple potato developed by a Northern Ireland scientist has reached the final of a major invention competition.
Holywood residents potentially face another summer of stench after Northern Ireland Water admitted it cannot complete a £4.5million scheme at Kinnegar Lagoons within deadline.
The Comber Greenway in east Belfast could attract hundreds of new cyclists if a £550,000 EU-funded project is successful.
Northern Ireland's first large-scale solar farm has been completed in Antrim.
A corncrake looking for love on Rathlin Island is thought to be only the second of the species heard in Northern Ireland in 17 years.
A man was arrested for obstruction during an anti-drilling protest at Woodburn forest outside Carrickfergus.
A constellation of eye-in-the-sky sentinels is helping the Earth to cope with natural disasters, rising food prices and climate change.
Independent TD Danny Healy-Rae has been branded Kerry's Sarah Palin following his remarks about climate change.
Northern Ireland Water has said that cloudy tap water in the Carrickfergus area is not connected to ongoing work by Infrastrata at the nearby Woodburn site.