What prompted these Northern Ireland medics to sign up for African mercy ship?
From a distance, the impressive blue and white liner, with its sleek design and sparkling cleanliness, looks just like any other luxury cruise ship which criss-crosses the world's oceans - but even the most cursory of glances at the "clientele" of the Africa Mercy tells a different story.
Man accused of stamping on woman's head granted bail
A woman's head was allegedly stamped on until blood poured from her nose, the High Court heard yesterday.
Ex-Army officer weeps as he addresses family of Derry boy shot in back of head
An Army commander in charge of the two soldiers involved in the shooting of a 15-year-old boy in Londonderry 44 years ago broke down and cried in the witness box as he read out a prepared statement to the boy's family.
Armoy parents and son on trial over crash which killed Johnny Black and Robin Wilson
Three members of the same family charged in connection with a fatal road crash have had their cases sent to crown court.
Stormont probes UDA chief Stitt's ‘homeland security’ remarks
Stormont is considering remarks made by a UDA leader that his marching band is "homeland security" in north Down.
Children may have seen cold-blooded killers of Belfast man Joe Reilly
Police have labelled the murder of Joe Reilly a "cold-blooded summary execution" - and believe that three children may have witnessed the killers fleeing the scene.
Northern Irish tiler abused woman as she slept
A woman was sexually assaulted as she slept on a sofa after drinking in a house on Valentine's Day, a court has heard.
Asperger's has been engine of Bap Kennedy's creativity, says terminally ill singer in...
Terminally ill Belfast singer-songwriter Bap Kennedy has spoken for the first time about the challenges of living with Asperger syndrome.
Outrage over hunger striker's play at police country club
Leading politicians and a victims campaigner last night hit out at plans to stage a production of a play by an IRA hunger striker at the PSNI’s Newforge Country Club.
Top Northern Ireland businessman is bankrupt
A prominent businessman and a former director of the now closed Austin's department store has been declared bankrupt.
Belfast cafe open for business as liquidators called in
A Belfast cafe remains open for business after liquidators were appointed to the company which had previously been running it.
Teachers to strike in Northern Ireland as talks fail over 'pitiful' pay offer
The largest teachers' union in Northern Ireland has announced its members will go on strike next month.
Bid to raise £50k for Belfast man Peter McGarry struck down by rare stroke in Guatemala
A Belfast family is raising money to get better treatment for a man who is battling for his life in Guatemala.
Carnlough outrage at defibrillator theft
Heartless thieves have stolen a defibrillator from outside a rural community shop.
Nathan Carter to play Belfast's SSE Arena
Country star Nathan Carter has announced he will be performing a concert at the SSE Arena in Belfast next year.
Man dies as Belfast motorway accident shuts M2
One person died in a serious incident near a bridge that shut part of the M2 motorway yesterday, police have confirmed.
18,000 pupils suspended from Northern Ireland schools - teachers sign up for self-defence...
School classrooms have become so unruly that self-defence courses run for teachers are now regularly oversubscribed.
Wedding planner Currell who defrauded luxury Northern Ireland hotel gets suspended...
A wedding planner who admitted defrauding a leading Northern Ireland hotel out of 11 couples' deposits for their big days has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
Village falls silent in memory of 144 killed in Aberfan disaster
Survivors of the Aberfan disaster wept yesterday as they observed a minute's silence on the 50th anniversary of the tragedy.
James McClean failed to get football 'joke' says Derry boss Shiels Northern Ireland
Rory McIlroy hints that 'politics' played a part in Olympics decision Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland man dies after crash with lorry in Crumlin Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland shops serving PSNI officers threatened by dissident republicans Northern Ireland
Serving PSNI officer Allen Kennedy involved in drug dealing, court hears Northern Ireland
Renewable Heat Incentive scheme 'one of the biggest scandals' since devolution Northern Ireland
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Fundamental mistake with Ark calculations
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