Hold the obit - we're alive and rocking says Grateful Dead's John Mayer
Singer-songwriter John Mayer has proudly declared himself a "Deadhead",...
Four held over 'terror murder' of Sydney police worker
Police in Australia have arrested four people during a series of raids in connection with the murder of a civilian police worker that is believed to be terror-linked.
Video: US boy, 11, held for shooting dead eight-year-...
An 11-year-old boy faces a murder charge after witnesses say he killed his eight-...
Video: Philippine boxer Manny Pacquiao says...
Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao announces his bid to run for a Senate seat in the 2016 national...
Video: Thousands of Apollo astronaut photos land on...
More than 10,000 high-resolution NASA images taken on Apollo missions have been shared...
Plane diverts after co-pilot passes out
A United Airlines flight from Houston to San Francisco has diverted to Albuquerque, New Mexico, after the co-pilot passed out.
Neutrino scientists Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald win Nobel prize for physics
Arthur McDonald of Canada and Takaaki Kajita of Japan have won the Nobel...
Ex-UN General Assembly president among six held over 'bribery scheme'
A former president of the United Nations General Assembly has been arrested and charged with accepting over one million dollars (£657,000) in bribes from a billionaire Chinese property mogul and other businesspeople to pave the way for lucrative investments.
Oscar Pistorius's rights being undermined, say family
Oscar Pistorius's family have criticised South African authorities for delays in deciding whether he should be released from jail and moved to house arrest, saying his rights were being "undermined" because of the publicity surrounding his case.
Bear attack man Chase Dellwo survived by shoving arm down grizzly's throat
A quick thinking bow hunter is recovering after surviving a grizzly bear mauling by shoving his arm down the animal's throat, a tip he reportedly remembered from his grandmother.
Spanish prosecutors call for arrest of Lionel Messi's father in tax fraud case
Barcelona prosecutors are calling for the arrest of footballer Lionel Messi's father in a tax fraud case.
US strike on Afghan hospital was a mistake, says top general
The deadly American attack on a hospital in northern Afghanistan occurred despite "rigorous" US military procedures designed to avoid such mistakes, the top commander of US and allied forces in Afghanistan has said.
EU countries agree to share tax information on multinationals
The European Union's 28 finance ministers have agreed to share details of tax deals their countries reach with big multinational companies in a move they hope will clamp down on aggressive tax avoidance.
IMF downgrades global economic growth forecast
China's slowdown and tumbling commodity prices will push global economic growth this year to the lowest level since the recession year 2009, the International Monetary Fund has predicted.
Twitter Moments launches: Site rolls out news service to users, intended to help people...
Twitter has launched “Moments”, a new feature intended to let people find the important things that are being tweeted.
Arpad Goncz, Hungary's first post-communist president, dies aged 93
Arpad Goncz, who survived a communist-era life sentence to become Hungary's first democratically chosen president, has died aged 93.
South Carolina flooding: Rain stops, but death toll rises as 18 dams breach
The death toll has risen as 18 dams have breached or failed completely causing massive flooding and mandatory evacuation for several counties, according to the South Carolina Emergency Management Division.
Two Britons on yacht missing amid storm
A yacht carrying two Britons, an American, a Canadian and a Filipino disappeared while sailing in waters that were lashed by a storm last week, the Philippine coast guard has said.
Safe Harbour: What the Facebook data transfer ruling means in five key points
What does today’s European Court of Justice ruling on data transfers mean?
Neutrino work wins physics Nobel Prize
Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur McDonald of Canada have won the Nobel Prize in physics for discovering the "chameleon-like" nature of neutrinos, work that yielded the crucial insight that the tiny particles have mass.
Toyota targets 2020 for self-driving technology
Toyota has unveiled its vision for self-driving cars in a challenge to other carmakers as well as industry newcomer Google, promising to start selling such vehicles in Japan by 2020.
US online data deal ruled invalid by European Court of Justice
A treaty allowing technology giants to send personal data about millions of EU citizens to the US has been ruled invalid.
Spain's Princess Cristina to face tax fraud trial on January 11
Spain's Princess Cristina will stand trial on tax fraud charges on January 11, a court has announced.
Chernobyl disaster: Exclusion zone around plant has become wildlife haven 'on par with...
The exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear plant, which was evacuated in 1986 after a devastating explosion and fire, has become a wildlife haven on a par with heavily-protected nature reserves, scientists have found.
Vatican uses Venturini monastery to ‘cure gay priests’, former clergy claim
The Vatican has secretly been sending gay priests to a monastery near the Alps to be “cured” alongside paedophiles and drug addicts, it has emerged.
Russian jets in Turkish airspace no accident, says Nato chief
Nato's secretary-general has rejected Moscow's claim that its military incursion into alliance airspace over Turkey was not intentional or important, saying there were two separate incidents and "the violation lasted for a long time".
Boy, 11, shoots eight-year-old girl dead in the US 'because she wouldn't let him play with...
An 11-year-old boy has been charged with murder in the US after allegedly shooting another child dead because she would not let him play with her puppies.
Bear attack man Chase Dellwo survived by shoving arm down grizzly's throat World
Boy, 11, shot eight-year-old next door when she would not let him see her puppy World
American Airlines pilot dies during flight between Phoenix to Boston World
Vatican uses Venturini monastery to ‘cure gay priests’, former clergy claim World
Samsung sees 80% surge in 3Q operating profit World
Karen Walker trial: Bangor woman accused of molesting girl handed £100 fine after... Northern Ireland
Strictly Daniel O'Donnel's gratitude to loyal fans who cross border to cast votes Film and TV
Belfast-educated scientist William C Campbell wins Nobel Prize for Medicine Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Freshers' week toga party at The Fly, Belfast Nightlife
Past proof future of Northern Ireland can not be left to adults News Analysis
Northern Ireland's moral duty to help refugees
Invest NI puts up £2.6m for start-up scheme which is open to foreign firms
Past proof future of Northern Ireland can not be left to adults
Welfare reforms still divide Stormont leaders, says Theresa Villiers
IT giants in clash over Maysfield planning row: Concentrix raises objections to Allstate's plans for new base
Nightlife: Oktoberfest at King's Hall, Belfast
Electric Playground's full moon rave at Mandela Hall, Belfast
Freshers' week toga party at The Fly, Belfast
Nightlife: The Limelight, Belfast, Sept 2015
Nightlife: Ireland fans at The Albany, The Hudson, Ryan's Bar & The Bot
Nightlife: Zak's at The Apartment
Nightlife: Shine - The Classics
Tennent's Vital Day 2: The Script, Kodaline, Annie Mac, Clean Bandit and Jack Savoretti
Tennent's Vital Day 1: Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding, John Newman, Disciples and BURNS
Twenty One Pilots at Belsonic Belfast 2015 [Photos]
Bastille at Belsonic 2015: fan photos
Belsonic 2015: Above and Beyond in pictures
Belsonic 2015: Hozier in pictures
Stereophonics rock Belsonic: In pictures
Belsonic 2015 Paloma Faith in pictures
Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, & Parlour Belfast, July 2015
Nightlife: Box Nightclub
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Mandela Hall Taboo Pride Party, August 2015
Nightlife: Villa nighclub, July 2015
Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, & Parlour Belfast, June 2015
From Belfast Telegraph
Runher 2015: results, video and pics
Jurgen Klopp to Liverpool: Romantic coach enchanted by club's history
Microsoft unveils first-ever laptop, Hololens and Lumia phones
Republic of Ireland
Dublin cafe: 'If not happy with your food, don't f**king eat it'
Sun sets over Lough Neagh in Co Antrim [Photos]
Old pics: Donaghadee, Holywood, Groomsport, Bangor, Cultra
The Troubles gallery - IRA checkpoint, early 1970s