Belfast primary school bomb was dissident attempt to kill police officers
Police in Northern Ireland have said the "viable device" found near a Belfast school was an attempt by dissident republicans to murder security force members.
Tandragee 100 rider critical following crash in Northern Ireland
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital following a crash at the Tandragee 100 race event in Northern Ireland.
Live Premier League scores: Burnley v Manchester United, Liverpool v Crystal...
Sam Allardyce has set Crystal Palace the target of a minimum of three points from the coming week in the belief that will be enough to finally secure their Premier League status.
Rory McIlroy wedding: Golf star marries American girlfriend Erica Stoll at Ashford...
Rory McIlroy has married American girlfriend Erica Stoll at a lavish ceremony at Ashford Castle.
Mark Allen has stunning opening session at Crucible against John Higgins
Northern Ireland's Mark Allen was in flying form in Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre to take the early advantage after the opening session of his Betfred World Championship second-round clash.
Car smashes into shop on Belfast's Lisburn Road
A car has crashed into Russell's food and drink shop in the Lisburn Road area of south Belfast.
Poll: Belfast hotel customer says prayers during Sunday lunch left bad taste - what do you...
A woman has told of how she felt "uncomfortable" when she was approached about religion in a Northern Ireland restaurant - and when a religious act appeared to take place nearby.
Champs Elysee gunman was arrested in February - police swoop on Paris home of Karim Cheurfi
The gunman who shot and killed a police officer on the Champs-Elysees in Paris was detained in February for threatening police and then freed.
Syrian refugee on Michael Davitts hurling team capturing hearts after escaping Aleppo hell
Little Muhammad Al Haj Kadour speaks with the diction of a Syrian, but the accent is heading fast for thick west Belfast as he names all his friends on the Michael Davitts hurling team, for whom he made a goal-scoring debut last weekend with the under-10s.
DUP faces split threat if party agrees to gay marriage demand by Sinn Fein
Former Health Minister Jim Wells has claimed he and other MLAs will split from the DUP if it agrees to Sinn Fein's demand for gay marriage.
Rory McIlroy and Erica wedding sets Cong buzzing - Stevie Wonder pops into shop
Not since John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara strolled down Cong’s Main Street for the 1951 epic The Quiet Man has the Mayo village seen such excitement as that over the wedding of golf superstar Rory McIlroy (27).
Illegal paramilitary memorials on Housing Executive land in Northern Ireland
More than 100 paramilitary memorials are illegally sited on Housing Executive land across Northern Ireland.
Crash tragedy schoolboy Conall O'Hare 'irreplaceable' - family's moving tribute to...
The family of a Castlewellan teenager who lost his life in a car crash just days after his 18th birthday have paid tribute to their "big-hearted, caring, irreplaceable" son.
British and Irish Lions - full squad plus match dates and venues for New Zealand tour
Sam Warburton has been named captain of the 2017 British and Irish Lions to become just the second man to lead to consecutive tours, but there was more heartbreak for England skipper Dylan Hartley after he was left out of Warren Gatland’s squad to take on New Zealand this...
Pictured: Fire crew cuts free boy trapped in cinema seat in Northern Ireland
It was a cinema trip which ended up with more drama off the screen than on it for one young boy in Northern Ireland.
General Election: SDLP 'don't do pacts' says Ritchie - as DUP want to 'quickly' arrange...
An SDLP MP has ruled out any suggestion of the party entering a pact with Sinn Fein ahead of the General Election.
Ex-nurse left lying on bed in Northern Ireland hospital corridor for three days
A patient has described how she was left in a hospital bed in a corridor with no privacy for nearly three days.
Easter traffic mayhem at Dark Hedges leaves Game of Thrones fans fuming
TV series Game of Thrones has seen the haunting Dark Hedges of Co Antrim become one of Northern Ireland's most iconic sights, attracting tens of thousands of visitors from around the world.
Theresa May announces June 8 General Election - UK needs Brexit mandate, says PM
Theresa May has called an early general election for June 8 in an announcement which has stunned Westminster.
Peaceful day out for thousands across Northern Ireland as Apprentice Boys stage annual...
The Apprentice Boys brought colour and music to the Co Down town of Ballynahinch yesterday as they staged their annual Easter Monday demonstration.
There's nothing more that can be done for me, says brave Belfast cancer mum Aundrea...
A brave mother from Dundonald who has fearlessly battled her cancer diagnosis with the help of thousands of fundraisers has made the heartbreaking announcement that her condition is incurable.
Northern Ireland abortion pills raid woman Helen Crickard won't be charged
A woman whose workplace was searched by police looking for abortion pills bought online has said she has been told she faces no further action.
Paramilitary marches and threats of dissidents condemned by unionists
Unionists have reacted with disgust after thousands of republicans took to the streets of Londonderry yesterday and heard a former prisoner say dissidents have "unfinished business".
DUP ready to fight another snap election in Northern Ireland, says Donaldson
The DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson has said as things stand in the current political crisis he believes Northern Ireland is "heading towards direct rule" - but vowed the party would be ready to fight a snap election.
Victoria's Secret Angel Stella Maxwell on her love of Belfast and Northern Irish roots
AS one of the world’s top supermodels, Stella Maxwell is used to being whisked off around the world — but she loves nothing better than visiting her parents’ home city of Belfast.
Lamp post installed in middle of footpath in Northern Ireland town
A lamp post slap bang in the middle of a new footpath has been slammed as "ludicrous".
Martin McGuinness IRA volunteer headstone inscription angers unionists
Unionists reacted with anger yesterday after republicans unveiled Former Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness's gravestone with an inscription referring to his IRA past.
Informers 'sacrificed' by state, IRA infiltrator to tell Stakeknife probe
A former double agent in the IRA is to tell detectives in the Stakeknife inquiry that he believes the State deliberately sacrificed the lives of informers.
Interpol hunting Briton sought over death of Northern Ireland teacher Gary Ferguson in...
Interpol has joined the hunt for a British teacher wanted over the death of a colleague in Burma.
Belfast protest over 'witch-hunt' against Troubles soldiers - where is the justice? asks MLA...
Veterans of the Northern Ireland Troubles and of conflict around the world held a protest in Belfast over what they describe as a "witch-hunt" against soldiers.
Three of UK's worst jobless blackspots are in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland's benefits blackspots have been revealed in a new government report.
McKinney family cruise turns to heartache as mum Luna falls into Lough Erne and drowns
A mother who drowned after falling from a boat while on an Easter holiday with her family in Co Fermanagh has been named locally as Luna McKinney.
Anger at republican flag inside former police station in Northern Ireland
The erection of a republican flag inside a disused police station has been slammed.
'My great-grandad not to blame for Titanic disaster, he was obeying orders'
The great-grandson of the "man who sank the Titanic" has defended the quartermaster as a hero who saved lives - rather than the man often blamed for sinking the famous White Star liner.
Ex-Manchester United player McGibbon says Alex Ferguson helped him through trauma of...
Former Northern Ireland footballer Pat McGibbon suffered heartbreak as a teenager when his brother Phillip took his own life. For Pat and his family, it was the toughest time of their lives. But out of the dark has come light thanks to the charity Train To Be Smart (TTBS), founded...
Meat firm Dunbia considering moving some operations to GB amid Brexit concerns
One of Northern Ireland's biggest companies is considering moving some of its operations to Great Britain due to fears over the fallout from Brexit, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
Borussia Dortmund team bus explosion: Marc Bartra injured, match postponed
Borussia Dortmund's Champions League game against Monaco has been postponed until Wednesday after defender Marc Bartra was injured in an explosion around the team bus.
Northern Ireland house prices rise by 5.7% in 12 months
House prices reached a record high in February after increasing by £12,000 on average over the past year, according to official figures.
World Irish Dancing Championships in full swing in Belfast
The An Comhdháil World Irish Dancing Championships 2017 has kicked off at Belfast's Waterfront Hall.
Business chiefs plead for parties to break Stormont impasse or face job losses
Business groups and universities representing hundreds of thousands of workers in Northern Ireland have made a final appeal to Stormont to restore a working government - or face job cuts and lost investment.
Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll to marry at fairytale Ashford Castle in Ireland
Rory McIlroy's secret is out of the golf bag. The Belfast Telegraph can today exclusively reveal the date and the place of his big day. Holywood's sporting superstar is to tie the knot with his beautiful bride in less than a fortnight in a fairytale Irish castle made famous by...
Developer Kearney threatens to sue Sinn Fein's O Muilleoir over 'false Nama allegations'
Leading property developer Paddy Kearney has launched a legal action against former Sinn Fein finance minister Mairtin O Muilleoir.
Porpoise found dead on Northern Ireland river bank
Onlookers were stunned to see the body of what initially appeared to be a small dolphin eight miles inland on the banks of a Co Down river over the weekend.
Michelle O'Neill: Brokenshire must stop pandering to those standing in the way of progress
Over the past two decades Ireland has been transformed as a result of the peace process. Peace was declared 19 years ago in 1998 with the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, which promised a new political dispensation in the North.
Young Belfast mum Corrina Rice found dead
Tributes have been paid to a young mother who died suddenly in Belfast yesterday.
DUP in unionist election pact bid - urging Swann to do deal to 'maximise seats'
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson last night urged new Ulster Unionist leader Robin Swann not to turn his back on unionist co-operation.
Family of Stockholm terror attack victim Chris Bevington devastated by loss
The British man killed in the Stockholm terrorist attack has been named as Chris Bevington.
Colm Meaney named best actor for Martin McGuinness role in The Journey
Colm Meaney has been named Best Actor Award for his portrayal of Martin McGuinness in The Journey.
Lisburn mother's silicon guards save sport players from curse of cauliflower ear
It has long been the rugby players' curse, but a Northern Ireland mother may have finally found a way to prevent the cauliflower ear.
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