Rihanna Belfast picture costs Topshop £900k in legal fees
Topshop has been ordered to pay Rihanna's "startling" £919,000 legal bill after it sold T-shirts baring an "unflattering" image of her snapped in Belfast.
Stormont MLA Robin Newton's family earn £800,000 of public cash - Stormont urged to tighten rules
Calls are growing for a major overhaul of Stormont's expenses system after it emerged that a high-profile MLA was paying thousands of pounds of taxpayers' cash to his wife, son and daughter.
Drug 'can make troops psychotic'
British soldiers are being put at risk of developing psychosis by taking an anti-malarial drug that has been banned by the US military, it is claimed.
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Four arrested after young man found beaten and naked in Ballymena bin
Four people have been arrested after a young man was found beaten and naked in a taped-up wheelie bin in County Antrim.
Australian footballers apologise after setting dwarf on fire
The Australian Football League has been forced to issue an apology after a dwarf was set alight during annual end-of-season festivities.
Arsène Wenger's faith convinced me to sign for Arsenal, says Mesut Ozil
It is easy to forget, amid all the cash and the hype, the simple and familiar human emotions that also fuel the transfer window: Mesut Ozil did not feel wanted at Real Madrid, so he went to Arsenal, where he certainly is.
David Moyes' late arrival led to transfer chaos at Manchester United
Manchester United believe their disappointing summer – which would have left them without a single new signing if Marouane Fellaini had not sacrificed £4m to seal a move from Everton – was the product of extreme circumstances in which David Moyes had only eight weeks to undertake his entire strategy in an unfamiliar transfer market.
Irish village removes Che Guevara mural because it upsets US tourists
A village in the republic of Ireland has removed a mural a mural of Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara because it has upset American tourists.
Jaws-dropping shark caught off Northern Ireland coast
This Jaws-dropping catch of the day was landed by a fisherman off the Northern Ireland coast last week.
PSNI storm Co Down church after furious protests against minister
Police had to storm into a church to break up an angry protest staged by part of a congregation demonstrating against their minister.
British government allowed company to export nerve gas chemicals to Syria while civil war was raging
The British government is accused of “breathtaking laxity” in its arms controls after it emerged that officials authorised the export to Syria of two chemicals capable of being used to make a nerve agent such as sarin a year ago.
Mourners gather for Heaney funeral
Family and friends of Nobel Laureate poet Seamus Heaney will join dignitaries and literary figures today as Ireland bids farewell to one its most famous sons at a funeral service in Dublin.
Peru drug arrests: prosecution lawyer pours scorn on women's 'incredible' drugs story
The Peruvian prosecution lawyer building the preliminary case against Dungannon alleged drugs mule Michaella McCollum says he doesn't believe a word of her story.
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Project bids to fight malnutrition new
A government-funded project is being launched to combat malnourishment among the elderly.
Allied Irish sorry over ATM error new
Allied Irish Bank (AIB) has apologised after some customers in the Republic were unable to withdraw money from ATMs.
Thai protesters stage mass protests new
Tens of thousands of protesters are marching through central Bangkok, paralysing traffic and facing off with police outside the prime minister's residence in their latest mass rally against Thailand's government.
Cockerill confirms Flood exit new
Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill is confident of signing a top replacement for Toby Flood after confirming the club captain will leave at the end of the season.
Ugly's beautiful for Hunter new
Forwards coach Rob Hunter hailed an "ugly" victory as Exeter ended a run of five defeats in all competitions and moved up to fifth place in the Aviva Premiership with a 16-3 victory over Newcastle.
Booth sees a happy home new
Bath's sumptuous Farleigh House base is "a happy place to be" said first team coach Toby Booth after they registered an 11th straight win, their fifth in the Aviva Premiership,.
Beyonce: My fear over album success
Beyonce has revealed she had her doubts minutes before her new album's surprise release, despite all the hard work she put in on the songs and videos.
Quirke to watch show with old pals
Pauline Quirke has revealed she is planning to watch the first episode of Birds Of A Feather's new series with her castmates Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph.
Morrissey: Extras became bodyguards
David Morrissey has revealed how the extras in new drama The 7. 39 became like bodyguards as they filmed on location at Waterloo station.