Saturday Nov 30
Black Friday can be dangerous in Ireland
Travelers to Ireland used to be warned about the Troubles, and not to get involved in the fighting between the different factions, especially in the North.
Saturday Nov 30
Protestors at City Hall past deadline
An application for up to 10,000 participants, including 40 bands, was approved for the rally which marked a year since the start of the flag protests.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Motorway linking Carrick and Belfast was in the pipeline
A motorway was to be constructed between Carrick and Belfast at a cost of 5 million, according to a report in the East Antrim Times in November 1963.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Checkpoints and searches after attack
Police in Belfast have stepped up security and carried out searches and vehicle checkpoints following an attack which saw a 130lb proxy car bomb partially explode in the main shopping district of the city.
Band members convicted after playing Sash outside Catholic church
Thomas Beresford and Stephen Walker were both convicted on Tuesday of knowingly flouting a ban on playing non-sacred music during part of an Ulster Covenant centenary procession.
Concern at surge in use of IRA proxy bomb tactic
Proxy bombs like Sunday night's attempted attack in Belfast city centre hark back to the very worst days of the Troubles, it has been claimed.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Stena celebrates second Cairnryan birthday
MANY HAPPY RETURNS...Stena Line has just marked the second anniversary of Loch Ryan Port.
Video: Belfast tourists tangoed by flashmob
Visitors to Belfast got more than they expected at the City Hall when a tango-dancing flashmob interrupted their guided tour at the weekend.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Drone used to defuse small bomb
Police have used a remotely controlled drone as part of an operation to defuse a small bomb in north Belfast.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Redevelopment plans for courthouse
The 160-year-old Crumlin Road Court building is now a sorry shadow of its former self, having been reduced to a shell after it was almost totally destroyed in a fire four years ago.
Residents groups in talks with Haass team over parades
Representatives of the Garvaghy Road Residents Coalition in Portadown and the Lower Ormeau Concerned Community in south Belfast met with Professor Meghan O'Sullivan yesterday as part of the ongoing Haass talks.
Spotlight on Drumcree and Twadell disputes
Harvard professor Meghan O'Sullivan meets with Loyalists including Winston Irvine at Twaddell Peace Camp in North Belfast as she and Richard Haas continue critical talks on divisive Northern Ireland issues The vice chair of the Haass talks, Professor Meghan O'Sullivan, visited the Civil Rights Camp at Twaddell Avenue yesterday and later met with ... (more)
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Army bomb disposal experts attend four alerts, one a 'wartime-type shell'
One device was found near a school at Cavanmore Gardens in west Belfast yesterday afternoon, with Army Technical Officers declaring it to be a viable pipe bomb.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Derry in top 10 in list of growth cities
Derry is in the top ten best cities in terms of growth potential in the UK, according to a new report released yesterday.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Attack on party offices condemned
Petrol bomb attack on Alliance office on the Upper Newtownards Road in east Belfast.
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The Lyric Theatre has hit out at a DUP MLA's criticism that its programmes don't reach out to the Protestant working classes and said it has a lot to offer to all communities in Northern Ireland.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Two charges against Bryson are dropped
Bryson, who is still accused of taking part in unlawful processions and obstructing traffic, is now seeking to have a ban on him making public speeches lifted.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Twaddell camp welcomes Russell Brand
They may have thought it was a "wind-up" at first, but campaigners at the loyalist camp established at Twaddell Avenue in north Belfast ended up welcoming comedian Russell Brand into their midst.
King John's Castle see 120% increase in visitors
AFTER a 6m revamp, visitor numbers to King John's Castle have increased by as much as 120% since it re-opened this summer.
Fresh row over welfare reform after Uk minister's intervention
Sinn Fein has been "foot-dragging" in an effort to block the implementation of welfare reforms, Nelson McCausland has claimed.