Jobs axe set to fall on call centre
A call centre in west Belfast is set to close with the loss of around 200 jobs.
Recaptured inmate moved to England
A notorious Scottish convict who escaped from a prison in Ireland has been transferred to a jail in England, police said.
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Former Royal Marine Konstandinos Erik Scurfield, is believed to be the first British person killed...
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Nigel Farage has promised a "common-sense" approach to immigration...
Video Man mugs frail pensioner for £5 in...
A man has admitted carrying out a "callous and sickening" robbery, knocking...
Translink staff 'face 150 jobs axe'
Translink may have to lay off 150 people next year as part of a raft of cost saving measures, a Stormont scrutiny committee has heard.
Sinn Fein protests dismissed as council allows use of park for UVF memorial parade
A major parade to mark 100 years since the Ulster Volunteer Force left for the...
New gas connections next year
The first Gas to the West connections will take place next year, Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said.
Sinn Fein to debate corporation tax motion at Ard Fheis
Grassroots Sinn Fein members have tabled a motion rejecting a reduction in corporation tax at this weekend's ard fheis.
Stormont calls for urgent probe into wind turbine noise
A Stormont committee has called for an urgent review of limits on noise levels from wind turbines.
I’m fed up with connection problems on the electricity grid, fumes Enterprise Minister...
The Enterprise Minister has expressed her frustration at continuing problems with the electricity grid.
Cannabis haul man tells court of threats
A man who has admitted possessing cannabis worth almost £580,000 received a bullet through the post last week, a court has heard.
Historical abuse inquiry funding judgment is reserved
Judgment has been reserved in an historical abuse inquiry chairman's bid to overturn a ruling that he unfairly denied legal representation to...
'No progress' with negotiations over Libya compensation
There has been no progress on negotiations over compensation for victims of IRA terrorism sponsored by the former Gaddafi regime in...
Education cuts put £1.5bn university contribution in jeopardy
Cuts to higher education in Northern Ireland threaten universities' £1.5bn contribution to the economy, campaigners have claimed.
Council urges Stormont to finally outlaw hunting with dogs
Northern Ireland's largest council has sent an unequivocal message to Stormont - outlaw hunting with dogs.
Ex-prisoner groups bid for £300k in grants
A row has erupted over proposals for Belfast City Council to give more than £300,000 to ex-prisoner groups.
Prisoner Derek Brockwell and his parents held over jail escape
A prisoner and his parents have been arrested on suspicion of helping a violent robber flee from the Republic to Belfast.
Northern Ireland GPs told to prescribe lower-cost drugs
Northern Ireland's health service could save millions of pounds if doctors opted for low-cost generic drugs over expensive brand names, a...
Wildlife keeper wins High Court battle with USPCA over eviction
A wildlife keeper has won a High Court battle over being evicted from his Co Antrim sanctuary.
How a spruce-up of ancient woods will help native species to thrive
It's been choked by an invasive plant for decades - blocking out all natural light.
Lesbian lovers link to slain man and murder accused
The daughter of a man accused of an execution-style murder was in a relationship with the daughter of his alleged victim's partner, a...
Sinn Fein deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald backs change to abortion law
Sinn Fein deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald has put pressure on some of her party colleagues by coming out strongly in favour of a motion...
Belfast salon owner gives objectors the bum's rush over cheeky advert
A businessman has refused to remove a cheeky advertisement featuring a young woman's bottom despite receiving complaints.
Rugby: Inst edge past Coleraine to Schools Cup final
Hundreds of excited pupils and fans poured into Belfast's Kingspan Stadium yesterday to cheer on their teams in the first semi-final of...
Schoolgirls Katelyn and Daniella named Belfast's best buskers
We asked you who the best buskers in Belfast are - and you didn't hesitate to declare your winners.
Racy Russian glamour model Inessa Tushkanova dons leathers for Circuit of Ireland
Glamour model by night - rally driver by day.
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Through the keyhole in stunning Donaghadee home
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Pike leads MTV awards charge new
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Shailene Woodley: I was lost
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Sigourney Weaver: I'm over being busy
Sigourney Weaver is looking forward to spending more...