Syria terror case: Eamon Bradley not guilty of possessing grenades
Syrian terrorism accused Eamon Bradley has been found not guilty of possessing grenades with the intent to endanger life.
Syria terrorism trial: Derry man Eamon Bradley found not guilty over hand grenades
Eamon Bradley has been found not guilty of possessing hand grenades in Syria.
Officers injured after stolen car collides with police vehicle in Belfast
Two officers have been injured after a stolen car collided with a police vehicle in Belfast.
Northern Ireland man who bit nurse's finger and spat in face of police officer jailed
A man who had to be sedated after biting a nurse's finger and spitting in the face of a police officer, has been jailed for eight months.
Topshop Northern Ireland stores' review after boy (10) dies in shop tragedy
Topshop is reviewing the furniture of its stores in Northern Ireland after the tragic death of a 10-year-old boy in one of its shops in England.
RHI boiler owners' list rules out high-profile connections, says BBC's Stephen Nolan
The list of those claiming off the botched Renewable Heating Incentive scheme appears to rule out high-profile political connections, BBC broadcaster Stephen Nolan has said.
Seeking special EU status post-Brexit 'makes sense for Republic rather than NI'
The Irish Republic not Northern Ireland should be seeking special EU status post-Brexit, the leader of the TUV has said.
Women win equal pay claim taken against Belfast cafe Avoca
Two women staff members of a Belfast cafe have won an equal pay claim against their employer.
Alleged burglar 'raided Belfast golf club dressed in a pink dressing gown', court hears
An alleged burglar carried out a morning raid on a Belfast golf club while wearing a pink dressing gown, the High Court heard on Thursday.
Brexit: Extra staff recruited to cope with rising demand for Irish passports
Continuing demand for passports has forced Irish authorities to put on extra staff, which is being linked to the UK's forthcoming exit from the EU.
Green Party leader optimistic about East Belfast candidate's election chances
The Green Party is targeting East Belfast in a bid to secure a potential third seat in the March election.
BBC NI presenter Bradford recalls boozy culture of work at London stock exchange
BBC presenter Conor Bradford has recalled the hazy days of the drinking culture in London during his time as a stock broker.
Man charged with IRA membership in Newry serious crime probe
A man is set to appear in court charged with IRA membership.
Run Forest Run: Castlewellan 5k and 10k - Everything you need to know
The Castlewellan 5K/10K is the 8th and final race in the 2016 Belfast Telegraph Run Forest Run Series.
Anorexia ordeal that left Northern Ireland woman tearing her hair out: 'I worried some...
Preparing her one daily meal is an ordeal for Harriet Davis. It takes a supreme effort for the Lisburn-born medical student, who has suffered from anorexia since her early teens, to plan, cook and eat anything remotely substantial.
Northern Ireland singing sensation Kaylee wows black tie Boston ball with rendition of...
A singing schoolgirl from Co Down has stunned an American audience at the Boston Winter Ball after she stole the show with a live performance of Hallelujah.
Cafe Vaudeville’s bling finally goes under the hammer
Patrons of one of Belfast’s best known bars will soon have a chance to take home hundreds of mementoes.
Northern Ireland firms named and shamed for not paying minimum wage: Restaurants, bars...
A Co Armagh recruitment firm, a Belfast Italian restaurant and a popular seaside bar are just some of the Northern Ireland firms which have failed to pay workers the minimum wage.
Arlene Foster welcomes apology from commentator Jude Collins over RHI 'fake...
Arlene Foster has welcomed an apology from the writer and broadcaster Jude Collins over what he described as "fake news" over the RHI scandal.
Arlene Foster hit with 'man flu' at DUP manifesto launch - party says leader too... NI Assembly Election
Carlingford Lough Greenore to Greencastle ferry service begins in summer Northern Ireland
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Rory McIlroy played a round with Donald Trump at weekend Golf
Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy lobbied Bell to keep RHI scheme going after DUP... Northern Ireland
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