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All Saints Parish Church has organised a bus to take people to the capital on Saturday, June 8, for the Big IF event.
A new cycle path into Belfast city centre has opened with the aim of encouraging more workers to get on their bikes.
The musical stars were due to perform at the festival but were unable to travel to Northern Ireland after a plane made an emergency landing at Heathrow Two major acts were forced to pull out of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend after airport dramas saw their flights cancelled on Friday.
Tourism chiefs have insisted plans for a controversial 100 million golf resort near the Giant's Causeway should proceed without delay, despite the objection of a world heritage body.
Unesco has said it is too early to say if the Giant's Causeway's status as a world heritage site is at risk over a golf course development Environmental groups have been involved in a long-running campaign to prevent a hotel, clubhouse and driving range being built close to the internationally renowned tourist attraction.
Chicken feet will be on the business menu at meetings between Northern Ireland and Chinese government ministers next week as Stormont leaders strive to secure an unusual trade link.
Dagenham & Redbridge winger Sean Shields has been called up to represent Northern Ireland under-21s next Thursday in their European Championship qualifier in Cyprus.
Amadeus Cruise Shop, a next generation business-to-business shopping application for agents, is set to "revolutionise" the cruise booking process, the company claims.
He said an EU summit deal to move to full cross-border disclosure of tax information provided new momentum for a G8 summit he will host in Northern Ireland next month on the same subject.
The report put the value of provision of facilities, community and volunteer work as well as fundraising for charities at an additional A 39m a year.
US Airways is adding a second destination in Ireland from its Philadelphia hub. The airline today began daily, non-stop, summer service to Shannon in western Ireland.
Until this week, Richard Bruton enjoyed the sweet spot in Irish government. While cabinet colleagues rolled out spending cuts and tax hikes, Bruton got the photo opportunities with foreign CEOs investing in their favorite corner of Europe.
Despite being Northern Ireland born and bred, I have to admit there are still some places that I have yet to spend time in.
One of two caskets is seen after services to honor two sailors from the Civil War ship, the USS Monitor, at Arlington National Cemetery, Friday, March 8, 2013 in Arlington, Va.