Car 'first choice for transport'
More than £1 billion was spent on buses and trains in Northern Ireland during the first decade of this century but most people still preferred the car, the audit office said.
Video: Jewellery heist 'like something out of a...
Detectives are hunting thieves who raided a safety deposit vault in London's jewellery...
Video: Nick Clegg's wife Miriam hits the campaign trail
Nick Clegg's wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, who rarely appears alongside her husband, joined...
Video: Nick Clegg - The 'wheels are coming off'...
Nick Clegg attended a racing manufacturer in Chippenham where he spoke about Labour's policy on...
Back to say thanks: The Thai tsunami orphans helped by donations from Ulster public
Seven Thai children from a tsunami orphanage, who have arrived in Northern Ireland to say...
Orange Order commission independent review in to north Belfast parades impasse
The Orange Order have commissioned an independent review into the ongoing north...
Tyrone woman cried rape to get a lift home with police
This is the Co Tyrone woman who lied about being raped — to get a lift home with police
Eva Grosman: 'I know of families who have left Belfast because of racism'
Campaigner Eva Grosman tells Rebecca Black about her experience growing up in Poland, concern at the growing number of racist...
Several vehicles in Carrickfergus crash
Police are currently attending a crash involving a number of vehicles in Carrickfergus.
Translink bus and train staff to stage 24 hour strike on election eve in Northern Ireland
Bus and train workers are to strike for 24 hours again on the eve of the general election - May 6.
Salon owner goes back to work week after Belfast race hate attack
A young woman whose nail salon was destroyed in a racist attack says she is looking forward to returning to work today.
Pam's People: Celebrating a gift that keeps on giving
It is that time of year I find so difficult to pronounce - Philanthropy Fortnight. Running from today until May 1, this initiative recognises...
'Football' thugs in sectarian attack on bar, claims MP
A mob of "vicious" football hooligans has been accused of a sectarian attack on a bar and its customers after a high-profile Irish...
Minister speaks of 'difficulties' over absence of Sport NI's boss
The body tasked with developing sport in Northern Ireland is going through "difficulties" over its chief executive remaining on...
Fianna Fail wants border zone to integrate services
Fianna Fail has called for a border development zone to integrate public services between Northern Ireland and the Republic.
GPs 'can help solve health crisis'
An incentive scheme should be introduced to encourage GPs to screen more patients in Northern Ireland, the leader of the SDLP said.
Cutbacks to the arts remain a key issue in tough seat
Keeping theatre prices affordable is unlikely to be a factor for voters in many constituencies in Northern Ireland - but in the leafy suburbs of...
Alliance vows to publish property developer donations
The Alliance Party has said its councillors will publish any donations obtained from property developers.
Emotional scenes as twin helps to carry coffin of murdered man Kyle Neil
A heartbroken twin helped carry the coffin of his murdered brother amid emotional scenes at his funeral.
Sinn Fein tops the poll with Queen's students
Final-year students at Queen's University are more likely to vote for Sinn Fein than any other political party, according to a new poll.
DUP to push for UK ban on 'legal highs' after death of teenager
The DUP is to press the Government for a UK-wide ban on so-called legal highs after the election.
Sinn Fein is unfit to govern, says rival Micheal Martin
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams cannot be allowed to "falsify and distort" history, the Fianna Fail leader has said in a scathing...
Man is held by police after attack on ambulance crew
A man has been arrested for drugs and assault offences after two members of an ambulance crew were attacked.
Title row: It's pulped fiction for writer Paul Kearney
A Northern Irish writer's books have been destroyed after lawyers ruled its title was too similar to that of an American author's work.
McAleese son reveals pain at coming out
The only son of former Irish President Mary McAleese has spoken of how he delayed the difficult decision to come out as gay, partly because of comments made by Ian Paisley jnr.
Animal rights activists plan series of pickets against circuses
Animal rights activists are warning that they will step up their action and picket all circuses featuring animals in Northern Ireland.
The Fly - April 2015
Mandela Hall, Belfast - April 2015
The Limelight, Belfast - March 2015
The Eg, Alibi, Parlour, Roxy, Belfast - March 2015
Sixty6, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast
Villa Night Club celebrates its 1st birthday
Nightlife: Fibbers Magee on St Patrick's Day 2015
Nightlife: Filthy McNasty's and The Parlour on St Patrick's Day 2015
Nightlife: The Bot and The Egg on St Patrick's Day
Filthy McNasty's and The Parlour on St Patrick's Day
The Bot and The Egg on St Patrick's Day
Cuckoo on St Patrick's Day
St Patrick's Day Eve at The Dirty Onion
The Eg, Alibi, Parlour, Roxy, Belfast
Fun times for family and friends at Little Wing, Belfast - 2015
Thompson's Garage, Belfast
The National Bar, Belfast
Filthy McNasty's, Belfast
Valentine's night at night at the National
Villa Nightclub, Belfast
Video: Through the keyhole in Belfast's Belmont area
Welcome to Liberland: Europe's tiny new country
Cops free robot that bought MDMA and passport
Telebest: The 10 most popular car brands in Europe
In Pictures: Easter Rising parade in Belfast
Video archive: Home time for Belfast workers 1954
Iconic images of Northern Ireland in war and peace
The Troubles gallery - IRA checkpoint, early 1970s
Jersey in top 10 European islands
Jersey has made it into the top 10 of best European...
Iraq probe 'won't appear this year'
A long-awaited report by the inquiry into the Iraq War...
Clinton defends family foundation
Hillary Clinton has dismissed swirling questions about...
Reds silent over Henderson deal
Liverpool have refused to comment on reports...
Vlaar could stick with Villa
Ron Vlaar has revealed he could yet sign a new deal with Aston Villa this summer.
Knee injury tough to take - Cruden
New Zealand fly-half Aaron Cruden feels like he has...
Avengers stars set for red carpet
The stars of the latest Avengers movie will be on...
Mulligan 'not great' at red carpets
Hollywood star Carey Mulligan has said she struggled to...
Sturgeon is a big fan of Borgen
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted re-watching Danish...