Tories among four parties fined for breaching election finance rules
Four political parties have been fined by the Electoral Commission for failing to comply with party finance rules.
Three 'paedophile hunters' charged over confrontation with BBC reporter
Three so-called paedophile hunters have been charged over an incident during which they surrounded a BBC reporter in Belfast city centre.
Campaign to save arts funding from 'death by a thousand cuts' gathers momentum at...
ARTS and business leaders have joined MLAs in demanding protection for arts funding in Northern Ireland.
DUP's Foster urges Bradley to set budget as Sinn Fein say direct rule 'not acceptable'
Arlene Foster is calling on the Secretary of State to set a budget and to take key decisions about Northern Ireland's hospitals, schools and infrastructure.
Northern Ireland hospital's unique cardio scanner that finds problems in a heartbeat
It's a world first for a Northern Ireland hospital which could see patients diagnosed - quite literally - in a heartbeat.
Parents blast St Malachy's College careers invite to Navy and police
Several parents at one of Northern Ireland's leading Catholic grammar schools have objected to the PSNI and the Royal Navy being invited to a careers event next week.
Nursing shortage across Northern Ireland as over 1,400 posts remain unfilled
More than 500 nursing jobs are unfilled in Belfast, as health trusts struggle to fill medical positions across Northern Ireland.
Eugene Boyle death stuns Derry community
The sudden death of a young Dungiven man has left the local community stunned.
Tributes to Tyrone man Tiarnan Rafferty killed in Australia
Tributes have been paid to a young Northern Ireland man who died in a road traffic accident in Australia.
Former Stormont health minister McGimpsey eyes return to Belfast Council
A former health minister in the Stormont Executive is planning to make a dramatic return to politics - as a councillor.
Northern Ireland civil servants had been confident of deal
Senior civil servants were so confident the Assembly would be restored that they met last Monday to discuss how to liaise with new Stormont ministers, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
Paisley's war of words over Good Friday Agreement
DUP MP Ian Paisley has challenged a former SDLP MLA who suggested that if the Good Friday Agreement could not endure, Northern Ireland could see a return to violence.
Belfast student close to tasting success as she seals place in UK-wide cooking finals
A Belfast student has cooked her way into the national finals of the FutureChef 2018 competition.
SF must be conscious of unionist feeling on Irish language act: Ahern
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has poured cold water on Sinn Fein demands for a standalone Irish Language Act - warning they have to be conscious of the feelings of unionists.
Northern Ireland sheep sector would be devastated by effects of hard Brexit, says...
Northern Ireland's sheep sector would be devastated in the event of a hard Brexit, because 90% of the sector's exports go to the EU, a Westminster report has suggested.
Disabled man tied up and set on fire in his living room says he’s too afraid to stay in house
A disabled Co Tyrone man says he no longer feels safe in his own home after two men broke in, wrecked his house, tied him to a chair and set his trousers on fire.
Burglars tied woman up and then set fire to her home in Clough
A woman "could have been burned alive" after being tied up by two masked men who started a fire during a burglary, an MLA has said.
Churchgoer hits out at Sinn Fein MP’s clinic in parish hall
Sinn Fein's Chris Hazzard has sparked a row with church-goers after arranging to meet constituents in a Co Down parish hall.
Boost for GAA's Casement Park project as Belfast police safety concerns addressed
The Casement Park refurbishment project has received a significant boost following receipt of a letter by the Planning Service from the PSNI setting out how it is now assured on the more detailed aspects of plans for the proposed new stadium.
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