Sinn Fein calls for border poll on united Ireland after Brexit win in EU referendum
Sinn Fein has called for a border poll on a united Ireland following the UK's vote to leave the EU.
Crash fears as minister says roadside grass will be cut just once this year
Grass along most of Northern Ireland's main roads will be cut only once this year, a Stormont minister has confirmed.
O Muilleoir takes first steps in bid to legalise same-sex marriage
Stormont officials have been asked to begin work on legislation to introduce same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland.
SDLP Remain backer Claire Hanna struggles to name EU Commissioner when quizzed on radio...
Remain campaigner Claire Hanna struggled to name one of the EU commissioners in an radio interview.
Northern Ireland First Minister Foster sanctions 'go home early day' for Germany Euro 2016...
First Minister Arlene Foster has urged Northern Ireland bosses to let their workers home early for today's crucial Euro 2016 Northern Ireland v Germany clash.
Jo Cox's murder can change politics for the better, says Foster
MP Jo Cox's death should fuel a fresh start to how politics is done here, First Minister Arlene Foster has told the Assembly.
Sprucefield congestion a concern but A5 'is still the priority'
Roads Minister Chris Hazzard has come under pressure over Northern Ireland's worst daily traffic "bottleneck" - at Sprucefield, near Lisburn.
Iris Robinson's toyboy Kirk McCambley affair to be retold for National Geographic...
Iris Robinson's affair with Kirk McCambley is to feature in a American television documentary.
Ulster Unionist defects to DUP: Alastair Patterson backs Arlene Foster as 'leader of...
A former Ulster Unionist MLA has defected to the DUP, it has emerged.
'No such place as the north of Ireland' - DUP leader Arlene Foster corrects Nolan...
DUP leader and First Minister Arlene Foster has said there is 'no such place as the north of Ireland'.
The Sun newspaper backs Brexit urging readers to 'free their country'
The Sun has come out in favour of Leave in the EU referendum, urging readers to free their country from "dictatorial Brussels".
Loughinisland massacre: Theresa Villiers must resign if she can't accept Ombudsman's...
The SDLP's Margaret Ritchie has said the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers must resign if she does not accept the findings of the Police Ombudsman's report into the Loughinisland massacre in its entirety.
DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson among 101 Northern Ireland people recognised in Queen's Birthday...
MP Jeffrey Donaldson has said he is delighted and humbled to have been given a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Martin McGuinness to attend first Northern Ireland game at Euro 2016 finals in France
Martin McGuinness is to attend Northern Ireland's final Euro 2016 group game against Germany, it has been confirmed.
EU referendum: UK would be bonkers to leave EU, says Michael Moore
The UK would be "bonkers" to leave the EU, film maker Michael Moore said as he threw his support behind Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister.
EU referendum: What do the rival camps say about Northern Ireland?
Former prime ministers Sir John Major and Tony Blair have warned about the damage Brexit could cause to Northern Ireland.
Bilderberg 2016: It’s not a conspiracy of the global superelite. It’s a summer school for...
No minutes of the 2016 Bilderberg Conference in Dresden will be taken. Tight security will be provided by the German police, with logistical support from Airbus, one of the world’s biggest arms dealers.
1,000 new victims of Troubles emerge annually: Foster
Around 1,000 new victims from the Troubles are emerging every year, First Minister Arlene Foster has revealed.
Tony Blair responds to war criminal claims with astonishing attack on Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn represents the “politics of protest” and is standing by while people are “bombed, beaten and starved into submission” in Syria, Tony Blair has said, in his most vehement attack on the Labour leader yet.
Martin McGuinness draws 'favourites' Northern Ireland in Euro 2016 office sweepstake
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has drawn Northern Ireland in his office sweep.
SNP's Angus Robertson warns of Scottish independence bid in event of Brexit vote
The issue of Scottish independence within the EU has "not gone away", the SNP's leader in Westminster Angus Robertson has said.
Stormont health minister says sustainable service needs big change and more cash
Radical change and significant extra funding will be needed to create a sustainable health service for the future, Stormont's new health minister has told MLAs.
Jeremy Corbyn has rejected TTIP even as he campaigns to Remain – and the EU needs to...
Jeremy Corbyn’s public commitment that a Labour government will veto the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a significant step towards ending the controversial EU-US trade deal, and a major blow for the European Commission on the eve of the UK...
Ex-Sinn Fein MLA Phil Flanagan loses legal battle with insurer over who pays £50k libel bill
A former Sinn Finn MLA has lost his legal battle over being denied insurance cover for a near £50,000 libel award made against him.
I'm honoured to serve my home city, says Belfast's new Lord Mayor Brian Kingston
Belfast's new first citizen has said he could wish for no greater honour than being Lord Mayor of his home city.
Ending academic selection will only increase inequality here, warns Education Minister...
Stormont's new education minister has insisted that scrapping academic selection would increase social inequality rather than reduce it.
Hand over all files on £1.2bn Nama deal, Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir told as...
The new Finance Minister has been told by Assembly members to release any previously withheld information his department has on Northern Ireland's biggest ever property deal.
David Ford to be re-elected as Alliance leader despite speculation he'd stand aside for...
David Ford is set to be re-elected as Alliance leader at the party's annual general meeting on Saturday despite speculation he would stand aside, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
Media pundit Jude Collins who likened Boys' Brigade to terrorist groups stands by remarks
Fury has erupted after the Boys' Brigade was likened to paramilitary groups in comments branded "highly dangerous".
Northern Ireland's Children's Commissioner concern at children's presence at Lurgan...
Northern Ireland's Children's Commissioner has voiced concern following the appearance of a young boy and girl at a dissident republican event in Lurgan.
Mole leaking Jeremy Corbyn plans to the Tories, claims aide
A Mole at the heart of Jeremy Corbyn's team is regularly leaking information to the Conservatives, the Labour leader's closest adviser has claimed.
Martin McGuinness visits Menin Gate at Ypres as part of Somme visit
Sinn Fein deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has visited the Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium as part of his trip to the Somme.
Northern Ireland Executive to discuss panel's strategy for disbanding paramilitary groups
Proposals for a strategy to disband paramilitary groups across Northern Ireland have been sent to the Executive.
EU referendum: 70% of unionists voting for Brexit
The UK European Union in/out referendum campaign is well underway, and has only four weeks to go. We'll be polling on the EU Referendum issue right up to voting day on June 23.
Stormont to be asked to foot bill for new £15m agency promoting Northern Ireland food
The Stormont Executive is expected to be asked to fund a new £15m food promotion body in the coming weeks.
Northern Ireland farmers far from impressed by Boris's 'bluster' over Brexit
Farmers have blasted Boris Johnson for his unconvincing "bluff and bluster" after the leading Brexit campaigner said they would get the same level of subsidy if the UK left the EU.
Former MLA John McCallister tipped for Justice adviser position to Minister Claire Sugden
Former independent unionist MLA John McCallister has been tipped as a possible contender for the position of special adviser to the new Justice Minister, Claire Sugden.
Back with DUP: Defector Raymond Farrell who quit Nesbitt's UUP over 'lack of leadership'
A former senior Ulster Unionist has rejoined the DUP, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
Finance minister Mairtin O Muilleoir wants power to borrow money from Treasury
New Finance minister Mairtin O Muilleoir wants the Treasury to grant the Northern Ireland Executive the power to borrow money.
DUP Strangford MP Jim Shannon to repay £14k Westminster expenses
The DUP MP Jim Shannon has been ordered to repay almost £14,000 in mileage claims.
Arlene Foster slams criticism of Justice Minister Claire Sugden - as newly formed Executive...
First Minister Arlene Foster has hit out at criticism over the appointment of new Justice Minister Independent MLA Claire Sugden.
Sinn Fein's economic credentials face big test at Finance
Sinn Fein has taken control of the purse-strings at Stormont for the first time in a radical shake-up for the new Executive, which will meet for the first time today.
From backbench obscurity to top of dissident hit-list for new Justice Minister Claire Sugden
Claire Sugden's life changed dramatically as she became the new Justice Minister and went right to the top of the dissident republican hit-list.
SDLP's Claire Hanna pledges to continue NAMA investigation
The new deputy chair of the Assembly Finance Committee, Claire Hanna, says she is determined to ensure that the investigation work undertaken by the previous Finance Committee continues in the new term.
George Osborne's tax deal with Google in the spotlight as French authorities raid the...
George Osborne’s tax deal with Google has again been put in the spotlight, after French tax officials raided the company Paris headquarters.
Northern Ireland Executive ministers named: Independent Sugden named Justice Minister -...
Northern Ireland's new team of Executive ministers at Stormont has been announced with independent unionist MLA Claire Sugden named as Justice Minister.
Martin McGuinness declines invitation to attend memorial event for Somme centenary to...
Martin McGuinness has decided not to accept an invitation to attend a memorial service marking the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme saying he does not want to be at the centre of controversy.
Sinn Fein unveils ministers without IRA past to take up new Executive posts
Sinn Fein has surprised political observers by announcing a younger, fresher team of ministers at Stormont in what is seen as a direct response to both the rise of Gerry Carroll and a more youthful, radical SDLP.
Government's method of sharing out cash in UK a 'mockery', claims report
The Government's method of sharing out cash across the United Kingdom is branded a "mockery" in a Parliamentary report today.
Sinn Fein calls for border poll on united Ireland after Brexit win in EU referendum
First Minister Arlene Foster: 'Our nation is safe and Northern Ireland will be front and centre of Brexit negotiations'
How low can it go? Sterling in freefall as Brexit scents victory in EU referendum
DUP leader Arlene Foster says Parades Commission ruling over Whiterock parade is 'unjustified'
DUP defector Patterson's 'hurt' at nasty messages from ex-UUP colleagues
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Northern Ireland nightlife: Circus in Summer at Limelight, June 2016 [Photos]
Nightlife: Alibi Drama [Photos]
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Nightlife: Limelight for Circus, June 2016 [Photos]
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