24 min ago
McFadden set for War of Worlds musical
Irish pop star Brian McFadden has been cast in a new touring production of The War Of The Worlds musical.
2 hrs ago
More than 27,000 domestic abuse cases reported this year
The number of domestic abuse reports received by the PSNI is at its highest in nine years, it has been revealed.
5 hrs ago
DVA jobs campaign takes fight to Number 10
Campaigners who are trying to save 300 jobs at the Driver and Vehicle Agency in Coleraine, are taking their plea to Downing Street at lunchtime on Wednesday.
5 hrs ago
Ballymoney crime - incidents in Ballybogey, Ballymoney, Stranocum, Rasharkin and Dunloy.
POLICE in Ballymoney are investigating the report of criminal damage caused when a brick was thrown through the patio door of a house in Ballybogey just before 3am on Sunday.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Folk tales come alive in Larne man's new book
Billy, originally from Ballycarry, teamed up with his long-time storytelling partner Kathleen O'Sullivan to co-write the unique book.
Minister approves Lifelong Learning funding in Ballyclare
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland has announced funding of 98,500 for the Community Access To Lifelong Learning programme in Ballyclare and Ballymena.
Call to retain and develop DVA jobs
The Mayor of Coleraine has called for the Westminster government to retain driver vehicle licensing jobs in Northern Ireland and improve the services available at its local offices.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
DVA jobs campaign goes to Downing St
Campaigners who are trying to save 300 jobs at the Driver and Vehicle Agency in Coleraine, County Londonderry, are taking their plea to Downing Street.
Ballymoney High get into the Christmas spirit
Ballymoney High School held 'A Day of Christmas Spirit' on Wednesday in aid of Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children.
Tackle black spot: Glens SF
Road Service must act at an accident black spot on the main road between Cushendall and Ballycastle, according to Glens Sinn Fein Ccuncillor Colum Thompson.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
JoAnn Falletta Makes Debut with Orchestra of St Lukes at Carnegie Hall Tonight
JoAnn Falletta will be making her debut with the Orchestra of St Lukes at Carnegie Hall tonight, December 10 in a program that features the music of the "Canadian Mozart", Andre Mathieu, performed by Alain Lefevre.
Glenoe Waterfall, County Down
Hi guys, feels like ages since I've uploaded a shot to Trekearth as I've been so busy.
It takes a village to bring healthcare from good to great
"Congress is an evidence-free zone," Hillary Clinton joked at the recent Press Ganey conference.
The Washington Post
Robusta Coffee Spread Gains to Record on Vietnam; Cocoa Retreats
The premium robusta coffee for delivery in January commands over the March futures climbed to a record, signaling tightening supplies as shipments fall from leading producer Vietnam and stockpiles dwindle.
Throughout The Century
Boston College has long retained an Irish heritage, going back to its founding in 1863 by Irishmen Rev.
Loyalists Against Democracy - will @LADFLEG's second year ...
Like them or loathe them, Loyalists Against Democracy will have been around for a year on Tuesday 10 December.
Dunlop signs with Suzuki
Dunlop signs with Suzuki Tyco Suzuki has signed Irish road racer William Dunlop for the 2014 season to ride alongside Lincolnshire's Guy Martin in the 'Big Three' International Road Races - The North West 200, Isle of Man TT and Ulster Grand Prix.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Bellingham waterfront developers could be chosen soon
The next big step toward waterfront redevelopment will be the selection of developers ready to take on major new building projects.
Man suffers eye injury in assault
A 21-year-old man has suffered a serious eye injury after he was hit with a bottle in the village of Dunloy, County Antrim.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Visit Belfast in Northern Ireland, where the Titanic still lives
The RMS Titanic may have met its watery grave exactly a century ago, but till this very day, Belfast in Northern Ireland pays rich obeisance to the ill-fated megaship in myriad ways, discovers Raul Dias on a recent visit to the city where it all started The RMS Titanic may have met its watery grave exactly a century ago, but till this very day, ... (more)