Student gains MEP office experience
Banbridge Academy student Kerri Smyth recently completed her work placement in the office of Jim Nicholson MEP in East Belfast.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Baby remains critical after incident in East Belfast
A baby today remains in a critical condition in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast after an incident in east Belfast on Friday.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Clinton to honour Hume during NI visit
Former US president Bill Clinton is expected to honour the peace building work of Nobel Laureate and former SDLP leader John Hume during his one-day visit to Northern Ireland.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Loyalist flute band members cleared of ban breach at church
Seventeen members of a loyalist flute band have been cleared of defying a ban on them marching past a Catholic Church in Belfast.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Scotland's Dunnottar Castle Is The Perfect Spot For Exploring
The ruins of Dunnottar Castle sit on a dramatic cliff on the northeast coast of Scotland.
THE people of Belfast were all shook up when they were visited by a Vale vicar who crossed a so-called peace line to promote joy and reconciliation.
'Salt of the Earth' pensioner sentenced for motorbike death
A 78-year-old driver who caused a collision resulting in the death of a young motorcyclist has been disqualified from driving until he "passes the appropriate driving test".
EU bank could fund big NI projects
Officials from the European Investment Bank have held meetings in Belfast, including talks with Stormont's finance and transport ministers.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
'No sensible reason' to block libel reform
A former Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland has urged Stormont to "briskly" reform Northern Ireland's archaic libel laws in line with Britain's.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Plans for 8m upgrade to The Outlet
Plans have been unveiled for an A 8m expansion of The Outlet in Banbridge aimed at safeguarding the shopping centre's future.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
'Elvis' crosses the line for peace
A church minister, dressed as Elvis Presley, has crossed a so-called peace line in Belfast in a bid to promote peace and reconciliation work.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
New jobs created by DIY supplier
Andrew Livingston , CEO of Screwfix, is pictured with Mark Henderson, branch manager, at the official opening of the new Screwfix store at Longwood Road, Newtownabbey.
Row over police station intensifies after council committee seeks land valuation
The angry dispute over the future use of Glengormley Police Station has intensified after the council's Development Committee agreed to seek a valuation for the site.
US firm to create 35 jobs
A US company, which has developed a point of sale system for shops and restaurants, has announced it is to set up a base in Belfast with the creation of 35 jobs.
Willie Frazer's defence team claims police struck deal with loyalists
Police allegedly struck a deal with loyalist representatives to allow a Union Flag demonstration parade to take place, a court heard yesterday.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
'My life was in peril', says Lord Mayor on Woodvale attack
A ferocious hate attack on Belfast's Lord Mayor in a city park put his life in danger, he told a court on Tuesday.
Apartment buyers tried to escape 200k contract
Apartment buyers issued builders with a five-day deadline for completing work in a bid to escape a contract after the market crashed, a High Court judge ruled yesterday.
Plans for hourly Belfast-Dublin train
A report on future investment in the flagship cross-border rail service during the next 20 years is due to be published soon.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Bigger council better for the town - Cobain
Carrick newest councillor is assuring rate-payers their interests will be protected when the authority merges with Larne and Ballymena in 2015.
Groups invited to learn about Giro cycle race
Susie McCullough, Director of Business Support and Events, addresses the 'Get Ready for the Giro' roadshow at Belfast City Hall.