Plans for DUP rebel Bell to run for UUP 'news to me', says Mike Nesbitt
UUP leader Mike Nesbitt has described a Belfast Telegraph report DUP rebel Jonathan Bell is to return to his party to stand for election as "news to him".
Estranged wife Tina claims Paddy Wallace 'scared and intimidated' her
Paddy Wallace's estranged wife has revealed how she felt "scared and intimidated" by the Ulster rugby star following their split last year.
Still grieving 25 years after Teebane massacre:
Tomorrow will mark the 25th anniversary of the Teebane massacre - in which eight men lost their lives and another six were injured.
Priest's house at Belfast cathedral recommended for historical listing
The parochial house which is attached to one of the most picturesque cathedrals in Northern Ireland is set to be given historical listing.
Inez McCormack one of five Northern Ireland people added to Oxford Dictionary of...
The late Inez McCormack, trade unionist and human rights activist, is the only woman among five people from Northern Ireland to be named in the latest edition of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (DNB).
University of Ulster honour finest hour for actress Susan Lynch
Northern Ireland actress Susan Lynch, who has shared the screen with the likes of Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Ewan McGregor, has said her proudest moment was receiving a doctorate from the University of Ulster five years ago.
Masterchef's Oisin McConville admits to ostrich recipe foul-up
GAA legend Oisin McConville is about to cause a stir in the Celebrity Masterchef Ireland kitchen, after admitting that he's a complete novice when it comes to cooking.
Patients hit out at 'miracle' AskmyGP scheme to cut doctor workloads
A scheme aimed at making it easier to see a GP and cutting the workload of overstretched doctors has come under fire.
Northern Ireland student Ward who attacked pregnant woman in Preston is jailed
A university student from Northern Ireland who strangled a pregnant woman until she stopped breathing has been jailed for five years.
Mounting fears over PM May's hard Brexit stance in the absence of Northern Ireland Assembly
Assembly members have hit out after Theresa May indicated she would set out her stall for a 'hard' Brexit in a major speech tomorrow.
Belfast bomb was meant to kill car crime police officers
A bomb recovered in west Belfast after a two day security operation could have killed, police have said.
Son of Belfast couple shot trying to protect him warned of new death threat
The son of a couple shot in their home in the Turf Lodge area of west Belfast has been warned by police of a threat against him.
30 officers leave PSNI every month without being replaced
Policing in Northern Ireland is said to be on the verge of breaking point as it was revealed 30 officers are leaving the PSNI every month.
Northern Ireland political crisis fail to capture attention in rest of UK
The Stormont crisis is headline news here - but not so much elsewhere in the UK.
Work together, Presbyterian Moderator Sellar urges politicians in Northern Ireland
A leading religious figure has called on Northern Ireland's politicians to work in partnership.
DUP's Givan claims critics of hall grants 'being sectarian'
A DUP minister accused of discrimination after 35 Orange lodges and loyalist bands received funding from a £2m Stormont scheme has accused his critics of "narrow-minded sectarianism".
Peer's 1000-acre Northern Ireland estate uses RHI wood pellet scheme
A member of the House of Lords has emerged as one of those who signed up to the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.
Pressure mounts on DUP Speaker Robin Newton to quit post
Alliance leader Naomi Long has urged Speaker Robin Newton to quit after he blocked the release of advice he received before refusing to allow an Assembly question about Charter NI.
DUP rebel Jonathan Bell could return to UUP for looming election
Jonathan Bell is to be invited to rejoin the Ulster Unionist Party and stand as one of their candidates in the next election, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
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EU trade tariffs could sour sale of milk between Northern Ireland and the Republic
Strategic partnership with BT helps drive change at Translink
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