Pressure growing on Jim Wells to publish new abortion guide
Pressure is mounting for the Department of Health to publish "vital" revised guidelines on abortion for medical staff in Northern Ireland.
DUP: We won't get every demand on hung parliament shopping list
The DUP has admitted it does not expect to achieve every item on its shopping list for...
Video: CCTV - 13 year old jailed for murdering 47-...
A boastful 13-year-old boy has been jailed for a minimum of 11 years for the murder of a woman...
Video: Jim Murphy - David Cameron is a 'cheerleader' for...
Leader of the Scottish Labour party Jim Murphy criticizes David Cameron and George Osborne's...
Video: Hundreds attend Glasgow memorial vigil...
Family, friends and colleagues of Karen Buckley have joined hundreds of mourners at a vigil for the...
Pair charged over illegal supply of prescription drugs
Police investigating the illegal acquisition and supply of prescription drugs into Northern Ireland have charged three men.
Huge pants go on display at Giant's Causeway
A large pair of woolly underpants is giving people an extra reason to visit Northern Ireland's only World Heritage Site, the Giant's Causeway.
Police carry out search operation after two men fled two-vehicle crash in Co Down
Police are carrying out a search operation after a car was flipped onto its roof during a two-vehicle crash in Co Down.
CCTV appeal: Man armed with meat cleaver robs Lurgan bookmakers
Police are appealing to the public to help identify a man who robbed a bookmakers armed with a meat cleaver in Lurgan.
Ulster Unionist Party pledge to make Northern Ireland a happier place
The Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) has pledged to make Northern Ireland a happier place as it outlined tax reductions and extra money for...
Missing woman last seen at Ballymena train station found 'safe and well'
A missing 70-year-old woman last seen at Ballymena train station has been found safe and well.
Woman accused of being part of illegal plot to supply prescription drugs in Northern Ireland...
A woman accused of being part of an illegal plot to supply prescription drugs into Northern Ireland has been granted bail.
South Belfast security alert declared a 'hoax'
A security alert sparked following the report of a suspicious object in south Belfast has ended.
Files on murder suspect retrieved
Reams of police documents linked to a suspect in the loyalist murder of a GAA official have been found during the closure of a PSNI station, a coroner has been told.
British Government to seek to have intelligence gathered on the Omagh bombing assessed in...
The British Government is to seek to have some intelligence gathered on the Omagh bombing assessed in private, the High Court heard today.
Cameron or Millband face right to march demand by DUP as price for coalition pact
The DUP will push for a law backing the right to march if there is a hung parliament after the general election, it can be revealed.
Belfast's first queue for new homes in nine years - throwback to property boom with first...
House-hunters queued throughout the day to snap up luxury homes in scenes which were a throwback to the height of the property boom.
Belfast media outlet bomb call warning over South Tyrone devices
Police are investigating after a Belfast media outlet received a call stating two devices had been left in South Tyrone.
Clergy defend asking parishioners to donate £5,000 each to church projects
The importance of parishioners making donations to church projects has been defended by Northern Ireland clergy after a Catholic parish in...
We won't be allowed to overplay our hand at Westminster
Will the unionist pact work and could post-electoral horse-trading with London solve our problems?
Trawler skipper's brush with sub: 'When we broke free I was shaking so much I couldn't operate...
The skipper of the County Down trawler that was nearly sunk by a suspected submarine said he couldn't wait to go home to kiss his...
I'll not take the whip if I get elected, says unionist unity candidate for Fermanagh and...
A unionist pact candidate has said he will not take the DUP whip should he get elected to Westminster.
Normandy veteran John Leishman dies at the age of 95
A Normandy veteran from Northern Ireland - who once had his spark plugs changed by the Queen - has died.
Bid to help women take lead in Northern Ireland politics
With just 34 women standing out of Northern Ireland's 138 candidates for Westminster, the launch of a new leadership programme at...
Portrush bus driver Gareth McAuley snared by Canada child abuse probe
An international investigation carried out by the Canadian police into a worldwide child pornography ring has resulted in the conviction of a bus driver in Northern Ireland.
Police quiz three people over stash of diazepam pills found in Belfast
Three people have been arrested after police seized large quantity of diazepam tablets in north Belfast yesterday.
Londonderry 'one of the loneliest places in UK' for adults
New research has revealed that Londonderry is one of the loneliest places for adults in the UK, according to new research.
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
Should you keep old VHS tapes?
United legend Eric Cantona denies making porn film
Watch English and Oz girls try to pronounce Irish names
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
'Error' in journalist prosecutions new
Journalists should not be taken to court over...
Chicago police shoot 'gunman' dead new
Chicago police have shot and killed a man in the city's...
Ex-DPP slams Janner probe 'failing' new
The former director of public prosecutions, Lord...
Betham inspires Waratahs win new
Peter Betham scored a brace of tries as the Waratahs held on to impose a first Super...
Arteta confident over new deal new
Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta is confident it will take...
Pochettino: Kane deserves PFA award new
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Harry...
Buble defends online woman pic
Singer Michael Buble has defended a picture he put online of a woman accompanied by the hashtag #beautifulbum, which drew...
Clarkson says he will miss Top Gear
Jeremy Clarkson has spoken of how much he will miss...
Malik thanks 1D at Asian Awards
Zayn Malik has paid tribute to his former bandmates as...