9 hrs ago
Might is right as junior strongmen vie for title
Eight muscular young men from across the British Isles gritted their teeth and stiffened their sinews in a bid to be crowned the Junior UK Strongest Man on Thursday.
14 hrs ago
Minister learns about how community partnership benefits local children
Social Development Minister Nelson McClausland and Lynda Wilson, Director of Barnardo's NI, joinging in the fun with Erin and Colleen.
18 hrs ago
Van Morrison trail launched before 'old school' gigs
Just as Van Morrison gets set to play a trio of sold-out gigs at his old school, a tourist trail marking some of the important spots in his life has been launched.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
East Antrim man Joe backs calls for Rory Gallagher statue
Rory Gallagher pictured at a seminar in the YMCA Wellington Place just before his gig in the Ulster Hall in 1979.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Barge retires to Lagan after 150 years of toil
A 150-year-old barge which travelled Ulster waterways in support of the linen industry and two world war efforts has returned to the Lagan in Belfast as a tourist attraction.
Video: Community unites to call for an end to attacks
Around 200 people gathered outside the Dunanney Centre on Monday afternoon to call for an end to attacks on the community facility.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Dungannon Park picks up Green Flag award for first time
Nigel Hill and Mayor Roger Burton pick up the Green Flag Award on behalf of Dungannon Park from Dr. Ian Humphrey.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Galloway Belfast event to go ahead
A public speaking event at the Ulster Hall featuring Respect MP George Galloway will go ahead, Belfast City Council has said.
'Bank closure decision won't be reviewed'
North Belfast MP Nigel Dodds and his DUP colleague, Alderman Billy DeCourcy, met with senior managers of Ulster Bank last week to discuss the pending closure of the bank's Rathcoole branch.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Pilot of jet carrying 51 lost control after false arm detached
A Flybe operated passenger jet carrying over 50 people landed heavily in Belfast in February after it's pilot lost control when his prosthetic arm came off in gusty conditions.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Council facing calls to cancel Galloway speech amid heightened tensions over Gaza conflict
A council is facing calls to cancel an "irresponsible" speaking engagement for George Galloway amid heightened tensions over the Gaza conflict.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Minor trouble at Belfast internment rally
Loyalist protestors threw a number of missiles including plastic bottles and fireworks as the bands and up to 4,000 participants made their way along Royal Avenue on Sunday afternoon.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
B. H. Martin: Enjoy Cinema 1914 Style
Roll up, roll up, Friday night is going to be a very special film night in the splendid grounds of Belfast's City Hall.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Bridge connecting Ireland and Britain that could change lives mooted 
The longest sea bridge in the world at 20.2 miles long is the Donghai bridge that links Shanghai to Yangshan in China.
Sinn Fein Newsroom
Campbell hypocritical on flags issue
Sinn FA©in MLA Cathal A' hOisA n has said that the comments by DUP MLA Gregory Campbell on the issue of flags only highlight the hypocrisy of the DUP on the issue.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Bayou Seco's musical traipsing across Europe
Editor's note: We once again share a "rolling postcard" from the popular Silver City "chilegumbo" musical duo, Bayou Seco.
Brussels travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours
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Thu Jul 31, 2014
SDLP leader to be probed over files
An investigation has been launched into a "serious data breach" after medical files were found by children at a former health centre owned by SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Plans to lower Belfast speed limit
The proposal from the Department of Regional Development could mean motorists have to slow down from 30mph to 20mph while driving in city centre.
Bangor Daily News
Belfast police glide around town on patrol with new electric bike
On a recent summer evening, the peace of the new Belfast Harbor Walk was shattered when an intoxicated woman began screaming and getting confrontational with people passing by.