Agreement must be reached on Irish border Brexit issues, warns business chief
Solutions are needed to Irish border issues after Brexit, a leading business group has said.
Larne teen Nathan Johnston on song as he aims for place in The Voice
A teenager from Larne has described taking part in the kids version of The Voice as "possibly one of the best experiences of my life so far".
Hazelwood principal's fury over decision to cut school budget
A Belfast head teacher has said her school could be left vulnerable to legal action after funding for a member of staff was cut only two months before the new school year begins.
Tyrone tribute to UVF murderer Wesley Somerville removed
An SDLP councillor who witnessed her father being murdered by the UVF has welcomed the removal of a "hateful" banner celebrating his killer which was erected in a Co Tyrone village.
Soldier on duty when Marian Brown shot dead accused of inventing gunmen story
The army officer who ordered his men to open fire the night a pregnant teenager was killed in a west Belfast shooting 45 years ago, has been accused by a lawyer of manufacturing a story about the presence of three terrorist gunmen.
Family of Annette McGavigan (14) killed by Army in 1971 bid for fresh inquest
The family of a schoolgirl shot dead by the Army in Londonderry has lodged an application for a new inquest more than 40 years after her death.
NW 200 boss Mervyn honoured with freedom of the borough
The director of the North West 200 said he feels humbled after being chosen to receive the Freedom of the Borough by Causeway Coast and Glens Council following a unamimous vote.
Ex-Glamorgan cricketer living in Belfast car gets drink-driving ban
A former international cricketer discovered drink-driving was living in his car after being put out of sheltered accommodation, a court has heard.
A-level paper 'leak' probed by Northern Ireland exam body
It has been reported that an alleged leak from a business studies A-level paper is being investigated by CCEA, the body that sets exams in Northern Ireland.
Darren Simpson: Tributes for tragic Northern Ireland chef after heart attack in Australia
World-renowned chefs have paid tribute to the late Darren Simpson from Northern Ireland, who died suddenly this week.
UVF supergrass Gary Haggarty gets life for five murders and 195 terror offences
A former 'brigadier' of the south east Antrim UVF turned supergrass has been jailed for life after he pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist-related charges, including five counts of murder.
MLA Beattie calls for calm heads over military covenant row
A war hero turned MLA has appealed for dissenters to "calm down" as speculation about the introduction of the Armed Forces Covenant to Northern Ireland intensified today.
DUP quiet over claim Poots said Irish language Act costs 'reasonable'
The DUP has said it isn't going to get into whether one of its MLAs described proposed costings for an Irish Language Act as "reasonable".
MPs push to make abortion available to women from Northern Ireland
MPs from across the political spectrum have tabled an amendment to the Queen's Speech arguing that abortion should be available on the NHS to women from Northern Ireland.
Eastwood almost quit as SDLP chief following dire election
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood has admitted he considered resigning after the party lost all three of its Westminster MPs in the general election earlier this month.
Image of Belsonic collapse boy on life support released as graphic drugs warning
The family of a young man who was hospitalised after collapsing at the Belsonic music festival in Belfast have released dramatic photographs of him, urging other young people not to take drugs.
Bonfire anger: Sandy Row residents in uproar over pallets loss
On Belfast's Sandy Row there was anger and disbelief as news spread that pallets for an Eleventh Night bonfire in the area were missing.
Belfast council staff 'fearing for safety' after bonfire pallets theft
Belfast City Council workers say they fear their safety is at risk after 3,000 pallets stored for loyalist bonfire makers were stolen from council premises. The Belfast Telegraph yesterday revealed the theft of the material, which the council was holding and was...
Conman who duped his Derry fiancée out of £4,500 for bogus wedding trip is jailed
A swindler who scammed more than £4,500 from a Northern Ireland woman and her family to pay for flights to their wedding in the US has been jailed.
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