Carl Frampton claims Chris Avalos' mum hit him with chewing gum during world...
World champion boxer Carl Frampton has claimed he was hit by chewing gum...
Midwife describes gunshot 'miracle'
A missionary midwife who was shot in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has said it is a miracle she is still alive.
Video: Labour to cut student fees to £6,000 a...
University tuition fees will be cut to £6,000 a year if Labour wins the general election,...
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Ukip will not grow unless it can shake off the taint of xenophobia and demonstrate it is...
Video: Gary Glitter jailed for 16 years
Former glam rock singer Gary Glitter faces dying behind bars after being jailed for 16 years for sexually abusing...
Invest more in tackling suicide, says woman who lost husband and two brothers
A woman who lost three members of her family to suicide has warned that not...
Translink faces commuter backlash over fare rises in spite of falling fuel prices
Translink is facing new calls to justify why it has hiked fares after it emerged almost...
'Leave me alone ya headers', teen girl tells police searching for her
A teenage girl left a Facebook message for the PSNI saying she wasn't missing at all after officers issued an online appeal in a bid to find her.
Stormont Executive agrees on the names of nine new departments
The Executive parties have unanimously agreed the names for the nine new Stormont departments which will replace the current 12 next year.
Ulster Bank warns that further job losses' are a possibility'
Ulster Bank has not ruled out further job losses despite announcing full-year profits for the first time since 2008.
Outpatient waiting times 'spiralling out of control' in Northern Ireland
The number of people waiting for a first outpatient appointment in Northern Ireland has climbed by almost 50% in 12 months, new...
Alarming 2,112 water pollution incidents in one year in Northern Ireland
Fears have been raised over the state of Northern Ireland's waterways after almost six pollution incidents a day were reported to, or...
Police target gangs selling heroin in Belfast parks
Gangs selling heroin in Belfast's most famous park are facing a police crackdown, it has been reported.
Council bid to raise swimming fees in Newry by 2,770% scuppered
A super council's plans to increase annual swimming fees in the Newry area by 2,770% have been sunk.
Huge tobacco find on Armagh farm sparks 'soft touch for smugglers' claim
Political wrangling over the powers of the National Crime Agency operating in Northern Ireland are said to have left the region wide...
DUP General Election TV debate row looks set for the courts
Plans for national televised general election debates appear to be heading to the courts.
Neighbour assaulted elderly woman with 'his big belly'
A Belfast man has been convicted of assaulting an elderly neighbour by using his belly to "bounce" her away from his home.
Booby-trap poster bomb victim Francis McCabe is stable in hospital
A man seriously injured in a pipe-bomb explosion as he tried to remove a booby-trapped poster from a lamppost was last night in a stable...
Community service for drug bust footballer John McGuigan
A highly-rated young footballers must serve 220 hours' community service for having ecstasy and cocaine, a judge has ordered.
Jobs boost as tech firm Kainos to take on 400 new workers
Northern Ireland's tech sector continues to prosper with the news that 400 new jobs are being created at Belfast-based Kainos Software.
40 stolen sheep are found at illegal fuel station in Draperstown
Forty stolen sheep were recovered and an illegal fuel station closed following a police raid.
Terrorist threat in Northern Ireland highest in the UK, says Villiers
The terrorist threat in Northern Ireland is still the highest in the UK, with a dissident attack highly likely here, the Secretary of State has...
Woman is guilty of cruelty after pet dies of dehydration and starvation
A woman has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges after a dog was found dead at her property.
£1.5m for Ulster Canal - shut to boats since 1931
It once carried coal from Lough Erne to Lough Neagh, but closed to navigation in 1931. Now part of the cross-border Ulster Canal - one...
Antrim toddler death: Police refuse to say if they are still investigating case of beaten...
Police have refused to say if they are still investigating the death of a toddler who suffered traumatic head injuries.
Coppi and Il Pirata restaurant group to open in former north coast wine bar
One of Belfast's most successful restaurant groups is set to bring its popular modern Italian flair to the north coast - setting up a new...
Mall war: Dunnes' court fight with Next over Abbey Centre plan for super shop
One of Northern Ireland's leading shopping malls is at the centre of a High Court battle over a £6 million redevelopment scheme.
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Filthy McNasty's, Belfast - February 2015
The Eg, Alibi, Parlour, Roxy, Belfast
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Villa Nightclub, Belfast
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The Limelight, Belfast
Botanic Inn Belfast, January 2015
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Cuckoo - Winter 2014
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Sixty6, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast - Winter 2014/2015
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Bar With No Name - January 2015
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Northern Ireland Nightlife: Shiro
HIV pill cuts risk of infection in gay men by 86%
Who have women voted Ireland's sexiest rugby players?
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Northern Ireland's 25 most expensive houses for sale
The Troubles gallery - IRA checkpoint, early 1970s
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A "dark" storyline in Emmerdale has sparked...
Bad Education heads for big screen new
Jack Whitehall's school comedy Bad Education is...