It is Jesus' 'Holy Towel' - once visited by pilgrims in the belief that it showed the face of Christ.
The Belfast Film Festival
According to the team behind this year's Belfast Film Festival, people in Northern Ireland like nothing more than a good scare.
The mortgage market
Fewer than a quarter of people wanting to buy a property in the UK are likely to do so, a new survey has claimed.
ACC Duncan McCausland
Last week one of the most senior and recognisable faces of the PSNI ended his policing career.
In academic terms, it is little better than a borderline pass. And in most seats of learning it might not even earn the tutor's time-honoured summation of 'satisfactory'.
It's good to talk about suicide awareness
It affects thousands of people in Northern Ireland every year.
Oscar Wilde's trial
Newly-discovered letters written by Lord Alfred Douglas - better known to many as Oscar Wilde's lover 'Bosie' - are shedding new light on an establishment cover-up.
The 2012 Olympics
London 2012 tickets are on sale - and Northern Ireland already has a gold medal in the bag.
No one was expecting any big giveaways, but the best things definitely came in small packages in Wednesday's Budget.
My Twitter strategy was simple.
Dentists in Northern Ireland have expressed concerns over forthcoming compulsory registration with the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA).
PSNI social networking
On Wednesday morning the PSNI in Bangor received a query on the on-line social networking site Facebook.
Northern Ireland tourism
All is not 100% shamrock-laden and happy in the Northern Irish tourist business, as it strives to counter the economic downturn by marketing what is by any admission an amazing product.
If there's one thing Northern Irish people have always been good at it's laughing at themselves, especially during times of hardship.
There is some good news on the home front, with Northern Ireland surveyors claiming house sales are on the up.
Yet another round of public consultation has just concluded - this time on the future of local government.
The British Museum
It's hard to believe that some of these delicate ivory carvings, excavated from the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud, are almost 3,000-years-old.
No Smoking Day
It seems that no sooner have the pancakes been tossed, stacked, covered in lemon juice and hungrily devoured than the first day of Lent is once again upon us.
The Beautiful Game
Arsenal are currently the great underachievers of football.
The Murdoch empire
From the beginning, a reasonably positive outcome for Rupert Murdoch was inevitable.
Cow passenger in Citroen Xsara new
Nelson Mandela: life and times
Key moments in life of former president
Christmas parties 2013
Irish dad forced to take dead baby in taxi for autopsy
Prouvost wins Turner Prize
Laure Prouvost named winner in Derry
Top 10 Xmas gifts for teens
Victoria's Secret opens first shop on island of Ireland
Help babies like little Joe
Help save lives of babies around the world
Christmas lights in Belfast
Lights on and market opens in city
PlayStation PS4 v Xbox One
Comparing Sony and Microsoft's latest consoles
Jaw-dropping animal snaps
Animals snapped in Belfast Zoo contest
'Bring back GP appointment target' new
The target for GPs to guarantee patients an appointment within 48 hours should be restored to help ease the pressure on accident and emergency departments, shadow health secretary Andy Burnham said.
Sperm may carry lifestyle 'memory' new
A father's sperm carries a "memory" of his lifestyle that can affect the health of the children he conceives, research suggests.
Nelson Mandela memorial: Barack Obama and Raúl Castro shake hands in rare gesture of reconciliation new
The remembrance ceremony on Tuesday for Nelson Mandela became an occasion for international reconciliation, however briefly, with US President Barack Obama shaking hands with Cuban President Raúl Castro, the long enmity between the two countries set aside.
Martinez: Age no barrier for Distin new
Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes age is no barrier for veteran defender Sylvain Distin.
Laudrup to call in keeper cover new
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup admits it is likely he will need to bring in an extra goalkeeper in January to provide cover when Michel Vorm undergoes knee surgery.
Midfield a concern for Rodgers new
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has issues to contend with in central midfield ahead of a difficult trip to Tottenham this weekend.
Spears: I want to work with Gaga new
Britney Spears has revealed that she would like to collaborate with Lady Gaga.
Saatchi card spending 'not checked' new
Charles Saatchi's accountants did not scrutinise the credit cards used by his and Nigella Lawson's personal assistants, because it was not their job to get involved in the household expenditure, a court has heard.
Aniston felt awkward in her 30s new
Jennifer Aniston has said that she had an awkward phase in her 30s, the time when she was married to Brad Pitt.