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A bomb has exploded outside the home of a Northern Ireland police officer.
A bomb has exploded outside the home of a Northern Ireland police officer.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho offered no guarantees that Wayne Rooney would be at the club beyond next week, declaring: "You'll have to ask him. You'll have to ask him," when asked if he might leave for China by next Tuesday.
Crewe United Football Club has suspended five players over allegations of suspicious betting activity around an Irish Cup tie.
Pupils and parents at a top Catholic girls' school in Northern Ireland have voiced their anger after an "anti-gay marriage" leaflet was found in the library.
The BBC has serious questions to answer over the Alliance Party 'fake callers' row - or risk losing the trust of audiences, politicians have warned.
Mysterious radioactive spikes are being found across Europe – and nobody quite knows why.
The White House has issued a statement after Rory McIlroy's comments about his round of golf with Donald Trump appeared to contradict its official line.
The Brexit vote has seen London 'Magic Circle' law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer almost crack the top 10 list of Irish law firms by number of practising solicitors.
A moving video about the dangers of drugs made by a Rathcoole-based youth group has become an internet hit.
Rory McIlroy may have been out of golfing action due to an injury - but when the President calls, you make an exception.
Belfast has been named the UK's worst city for traffic congestion.
The Alliance Party plotted to "hijack" a BBC radio phone-in show with fake callers, explosive posts from a secret social media group have revealed.
DUP leader Arlene Foster was too ill to take questions from the media at her party's manifesto launch a spokesman said after the politician admitted she had been hit with the dreaded "man flu".
A 12-year-old boy was saved by two quick-thinking surfers after he was swept out to sea in Portrush.
Michelle O'Neill has said she has "no problem" condemning criminality after her cousin was convicted of fuel laundering.
Belfast has the most congested road anywhere outside of London, it has been revealed.
A new ferry service linking the Republic with Northern Ireland on Carlingford Lough is due to commence this summer.
The devastated sister of a young woman who took her own life has claimed Health Minister Michelle O’Neill failed to respond to a heartfelt letter she has said she sent weeks before another sister died the same way.
Local voters remain as polarised as ever nearly two decades after the Good Friday Agreement, according to a survey.
North coast stylist Sara O'Neill has turned animal rescuer after she and fiance Al Mennie saved a fox that had fallen almost 100ft down a cliff.
With the controversy surrounding tomorrow's Danske Bank Schools' Cup quarter-final between Friends' School and Belfast Royal Academy rumbling on, the grieving mother of one player has pleaded with the Ulster Schools' Committee to reconsider their decision to insist the...
Sinn Fein's new leader in Northern Ireland has marked the deaths of four IRA men shot dead by the SAS in 1992.
Preparing her one daily meal is an ordeal for Harriet Davis. It takes a supreme effort for the Lisburn-born medical student, who has suffered from anorexia since her early teens, to plan, cook and eat anything remotely substantial.
A Co Armagh recruitment firm, a Belfast Italian restaurant and a popular seaside bar are just some of the Northern Ireland firms which have failed to pay workers the minimum wage.
A Woman has told how she stayed with her boyfriend after he viciously head-butted her and kicked her four times on the ground below a Christmas Tree on what should have been one of the best nights of 2015 - New Year's Eve.
Sinn Fein's new leader in Northern Ireland has marked the deaths of four IRA men shot dead by the SAS in 1992 at a commemoration event in Clonoe, Co Tyrone .
A Northern Ireland health centre had some unusual visitors on Wednesday morning - as a number of horses wandered in for a visit.
Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson claims the Ibrox outfit already have their eye on a number of managerial candidates - and insists they will go for someone with the wow factor.
The first Ulster Unionist to resign over Mike Nesbitt’s pledge to give his second preference vote to the SDLP has branded her former party leader as “arrogant and out of touch with ordinary unionists”.
George Best is no longer with us, but Alex Best certainly is.
Animal rights activists have raised welfare concerns about a factory pig farm in England that has links to Northern Ireland.
Talk about a bargain - a three-bedroom house in Donegal is listed to go under the hammer for £30,000.
Ireland number eight Jamie Heaslip has signed a new contract with the Irish Rugby Football Union up to the 2019 World Cup.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has insisted it is wrong to portray her as anti-Irish language.
Collaboration is very much in vogue. The term is bandied about with gusto in meetings as the must-have function for the modern business but, while many companies realise it’s ‘a thing,’ few have been able to implement it thoroughly.
Carl Frampton's third fight with Leo Santa Cruz is still a real possibility according to Head of Boxing at Cyclone Promotions Jake McGuigan - despite the Mexican suggesting he would fear being "robbed" of his title in Belfast.
A move by Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly to offer a copy of his book on the 1983 Maze breakout as a Valentine's competition prize has been criticised as "very distasteful" by the Prison Officers' Association.
As the Ulster Unionists today launch their election manifesto, Mike Nesbitt appears increasingly isolated in his own party over the issue of transferring to the SDLP.
A six months' pregnant SDLP politician has been sent a bullet in the post by loyalist paramilitaries.
Young people are being urged to make sure their voice is heard in March's snap election by getting on the register and having their say on the future of Northern Ireland.
You have probably never heard of him, but a Belfast man is making a pitch to become one of the world's biggest sports stars.
A Coleraine woman denied payments from her late long-term partner's occupational pension from Translink should have access to the cash, the Supreme Court has ruled.
An online video showing schoolboys fighting in Co Armagh has been viewed almost 1.5m times.
Former DUP MLA Jonathan Bell is set to hand over a series of explosive emails and recordings to the public inquiry into the 'cash for ash' scandal.
They may be beauty queens - but they haven't found love yet.
Gale force winds in Northern Ireland saw gusts reaching over 70mph in parts of the province yesterday.
New car sales in Northern Ireland made a slow start to 2017 while dealers in other parts of the UK celebrated the best January in more than a decade.
Police are losing control of north and west Belfast amid mounting security fears and growing paramilitary activity, a PSNI insider has claimed.
Carl Frampton may have suffered a bruising defeat to Leo Santa Cruz, but that didn't stop the champion boxer lifting the Belfast Telegraph's Sports Star of the Year award.
On the 9th February, almost 200 local start-ups and entrepreneurs are set to descend on Belfast for the AIB Start-up Academy Summit which is returning to the city for the second year.
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