Stephen Carroll murder: Dissident republicans Brendan McConville and John Paul Wootton to...
Two dissident republicans jailed for the murder of Constable Stephen Carroll are to go before the UK's highest court in a bid to clear their...
Firefighters escalate strike action
Strikes by firefighters are to be escalated after hopes of a breakthrough in a long running dispute over pensions collapsed.
Liam Adams appeal against rape conviction will be heard next year
An appeal by the brother of Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams against being convicted of raping his own daughter will take place next...
Judge imposes three miles per hour speed limit on wind farm 'to stop sheep being scared'
A High Court judge today imposed a 3 mph speed limit on vehicles operating on a mountain wind farm project in a bid to stop sheep...
Call for dedicated bomb squad base
Army bomb squad officers were called out almost every day within the space of a year, new figures have revealed.
'Bomb attack on passing police patrol': Two suspect devices found amid security alert
A second suspect device has been found during an investigation into a possible bomb attack on a police patrol.
Man punched in head by street mugger who targeted couple on Belfast's Malone Road
A street mugger punched a man in the head to rob a couple on Belfast's Malone Road.
£320,000 legal aid bill for notorious child murderer Barry McCarney ... and he didn't...
A remorseless killer who beat a toddler to death in one of Northern Ireland's most horrific crimes received almost £320,000 in...
Why strong defence is a bulwark of democracy
Next year marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, the first formal document which guaranteed the rights of individuals ensuring that they couldn't be arrested, imprisoned or have their possessions removed except by the judgment of their equals...
Guilty of some of the most heinous crimes, and you pay for their bids to escape justice
We take a look at the cases of some notorious criminals and weigh up how much money was spent on defending them.
Larne demands BBC apology over portrayal of port town: Council meets to discuss TV...
A council has called a special meeting to discuss a hackles-raising TV programme that has sparked massive controversy in a coastal town.
Police appeal after 'shot fired' in Ardoyne area of north Belfast
Police are appealing for information after reports of a shot being fired in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast.
Ban on public taking notes in court without permission to be challenged by Rights Watch...
A human rights body has won the right to challenge an alleged ban on members of the public taking notes in Northern Ireland's courts.
Police launch probe into dissident republican jail threat to medics
Police have launched an investigation into dissident republican threats against healthcare staff working at Northern Ireland's biggest prison.
Jailed businessman ordered to pay taxman £100,000 - or stay in jail for three...
A businessman jailed for conning the taxman out of more than half a million pounds has been ordered to repay more than £100,000...
Aghadowey gardener confessed to growing cannabis
A gardener who walked off the street into a police station to confess he was involved in growing cannabis and drug dealing has been...
Ministers hail 35 new high-tech jobs at Seagate in Derry
Thirty-five new jobs have been created in Londonderry by Seagate Technology in a £35m investment.
Queen's student avoids prison term over drugs on campus
A Queen's University student caught with drugs on the Belfast campus has been fined £1,000 and ordered to serve 150 hours...
Monthly black bin collection - Banbridge residents vow to step up campaign against...
Angry residents opposed to a new four-week black bin collection have vowed to step up their campaign against Banbridge District Council.
The National Bar
The Coach relaunches
Alibi, The Parlour, Groovy Train, The Eg
The Botanic Inn
The Cloth Ear - Autumn 2014
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Cuckoo - October 2014
The Limelight - Oct 2014
DJ Sneak and Felix da Housecat at Belfast's T13
Toga Party at The Fly, Belfast - Freshers Week 2014
Freshers Pub Crawl - Bar With No Name
Freshers Night at Ollies, Belfast - September 2014
Freshers' Night in The Fly
The National Bar - Sept 2014
Belsonic 2014 pictures: Imagine Dragons, Soul Sister Soul Revolution and The Whereabouts fans
Belsonic 2014 pictures: Queens of the Stone Age fans
Belsonic 2014 pictures: Chic and Nile Rodgers fans
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Limelight, Belfast - August 2014
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Dirty Onion, Belfast - August 2014
Video: CCTV captures bag thief being battered by bus driver
Stunning unseen photographs of Titanic launch
Vote: Who's Northern Ireland's greatest ever sports star?
Reader pictures: Favourite Ulster beauty spots
The Troubles gallery - IRA checkpoint, early 1970s
Clown costumes banned after attacks new
A small town in southern France has banned people...
One missing in firework plant blaze new
One person is unaccounted for after a large blaze...
Home winner of £20,000 arts prize
A new international arts competition based in...
Allardyce to enforce winter breaks new
Sam Allardyce is willing to incur the wrath of West...
Fernandez red rescinded
Swansea defender Federico Fernandez has had his red card against Liverpool in...
Monk keen to land investment
Garry Monk has welcomed the prospect of future investment in Swansea...
Clarkson beer tweet raises hackles
Top Gear star Jeremy Clarkson has driven in to...
Freedom award for Sir Ian McKellen
Sir Ian McKellen has been given the freedom of the...
Robbie son named Charlton Valentine
Robbie Williams has named his son Charlton Valentine and...