Girls, get on your marks for Belfast Telegraph's Runher challenge
Ladies, get your trainers on – Belfast Telegraph's Runher is back.
Pub gloom deepens as Belfast nightclub put on market for just £300,000
A well-known Belfast nightspot has gone on the market with a price tag of £300,000.
Ryanair tells pilots that passenger safety fears letter is ‘gross misconduct’
Budget airline Ryanair pilots have been told not to sign a letter to airline regulators expressing concern that the airline’s employment practices could jeopardise passenger safety.
Wenger: Gunners over Van Persie loss
Arsene Wenger feels his Arsenal team have finally emerged from the shadow of Robin van Persie as they look to secure a place in the Champions League with victory at Newcastle on Sunday.
Pool tragedy response criticised
Relatives of a five-year-old British girl who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt have said they are angry and hurt that more was not done to save her.
Video: 11-year-old Liverpool fan picks up the Europa League trophy with Chelsea
Viewers of the Europa League final, won 2-1 by Chelsea, may have wondered what a young boy was doing sandwiched between Fernando Torres and David Luiz as the players went to collect the cup. Uefa president Michel Platini, who was handing out the medals, certainly look perplexed.
Historian claims to have published Coca Cola's 'secret formula' days after man tries to sell another variant on eBay for $5m
One man is threatening to lift the veil of secrecy that surrounds Coca Cola's 'secret formula' as he claims to publish a copy of the original recipe in a new book.
Finally revealed: how much First Ministers spent selling Northern Ireland to the world
Foreign trips by First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness over the last year have cost the public purse more than £350,000, raising questions over whether they were good value for money.
Google faces tax attack: MPs confront search giant over 'devious, calculating and unethical' tactics to pay less
Google was branded “devious, calculating and unethical” by MPs who accused the internet giant of deliberately subverting its motto, “don't be evil”, in order to pay less tax.
Angelina Jolie should forget the trolls, she's pure inspiration
I didn't think I'd write about Angelina Jolie this week. I didn't imagine there would be much debate about her frank, thoughtful and sensibly unsensational piece in the New York Times explaining why she'd chosen to have a cancer-preventative double mastectomy.
Man held after gun ambush on police causes terror in street
A 26-year-old man has been arrested after a gun attack on police in a west Belfast street packed with schoolchildren.
The Malcom Brodie Years
Air travel: The now, then and future of international holidays
Now that the sun has finally decided to show its face, you’re probably starting to formulate grand summer holiday plans.
UTV's Ken Reid robbed while sedated in Royal Victoria Hospital
A west Belfast man today admitted stealing various items from three vulnerable hospital patients, one of whom was under sedation.
Iron Man 3 co-writer to pen MI5?
Tom Cruise's next Mission: Impossible film will reportedly be penned by one of the writers of Iron Man 3.
Derry man raped by bogus taxi driver in Donegal
PSNI officers and Gardai have launched a hunt for a bogus taxi driver who raped a man in Donegal.
Rory McIlroy ranked 3rd most marketable athlete
Golfer Rory McIlroy has been ranked the world's third most marketable athlete.
Coronation Street actor Bill Roache bailed over rape charges
Coronation Street actor Bill Roache has made his first appearance in court accused of raping a 15-year-old girl.
The Voice opera singer Carla Maney was shot in crossfire between IRA and police
Review: The Hangover Part III
Comedy with big following means blockbuster
Good guy Zach Galifianakis
Hangover star takes 87-year-old to premiere
Cannes femmes: Shayk and Ambrosio on red carpet
FHM's sexiest women - Kunis knocks Tulisa off her perch
Brendan Rodgers' son Anton cleared of sexual assault new
Footballers Lewis Dunk, Anton Rodgers, George Barker and Steve Cook were found not guilty at the Old Bailey today of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
Man remanded over Hyde Park bombing new
A man appeared at the Old Bailey today charged with the murder of four British solders in the 1982 Hyde Park IRA bomb blast.
Bridger denies lying about April new
The man accused of abducting and murdering April Jones told a jury he has "no answer" as to what he did with her body.
Dundrum up for Challenge new
Dundrum would like to have been better prepared for their biggest game in years but when Kyle McCallan and his Waringstown team, the Irish Cup and Challenge Cup winners of 2011, arrive today, the Senior One minnows will be playing only their third game of the season.
Chiefs edge out Crusaders new
A Bundee Aki try in the 70th minute helped the Chiefs secure an entertaining 28-19 victory over the Crusaders at Waikato Stadium.
Ulster name team to face Leinster in RaboDirect PRO12 final new
John Afoa will start at tighthead in the only change to the Ulster team that defeated the Scarlets a fortnight ago for tomorrow's RaboDirect PRO12 Final against Leinster at the RDS (kick off 16.45).
Owen to star in Soderbergh show new
Clive Owen is in talks to star in a new TV series directed by Steven Soderbergh.
Jennifer Hudson for Idol panel? new
Jennifer Hudson is reportedly on the verge of signing up to be a judge on the next series of American Idol.
Pitt: Paltrow's dad gave life tips new
Brad Pitt has said some of his best ever advice came from ex Gwyneth Paltrow's dad.