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James Alexander McCook is led away in handcuffs from Ballymena Magistrates Court, after he accused of stabbing Norman Moffatt, 73, as the pensioner walked home after buying his morning newspaper in Coleraine, Co Londonderry, in January 2001.
57 min ago | This is Lincolnshire
Ivan Lintin is ready for the challenge of the Isle of Man TT after a superb showing at the North West 200.
The Newtownabbey Times is running a special supplement on the modified car scene on June 13 - and we want to feature the best cars right across east Antrim.
A long-serving Free Presbyterian minister from Northern Ireland has died in an accident on the M6 in the north of England.
After a trip to Belfast a few years ago, movie star Vince Vaughn was captivated by the city's murals.
Dangem Bluegrass announce in their latest e-newsletter : No need to play that banjo alone.
Hundreds of mourners have paid their last respects to Newtownabbey man Warren Green who died after a freak accident in Germany on May 6. The 43-year-old, who had been using the ferry to get to and from work, slipped off his bicycle while boarding and sustained head injuries when he fell from the boat.
Two Co Antrim brothers accused of fraud and money laundering are handing over a family home to settle High Court proceedings against them.
A Co Donegal man has appeared in court charged with the murder of four soldiers in the 1982 Hyde Park bomb in London.
Pictured at the annual Apprentice of the Year Awards at the Holiday Inn in Belfast are Department for Employment and Learning Permanent Secretary Alan Shannon, TV presenter Claire McCollum, Helen Brady from category sponsor City & Guilds and Apprentice of the Year finalist Robert Waddell from Kells.
Exactly 15 years ago - May 22 1998 - voters went to the polls to vote yes or no for the Good Friday Agreement.
Police investigating the flags unrest have issued photographs of 20 people wanted for questioning over 'obstructive sitting' and other offences.
The trial of the man accused of murdering Coleraine pensioner Norman Moffatt has heard evidence from a woman who alleges he told her he had stabbed the 73-year-old. Martha Brown, who is a witness for the prosecution, told Antrim Crown Court that she didn't tell the police about the alleged confession because she wasn't an informer.
The hotel group that owns the Galgorm Resort and Spa in County Antrim made pre-tax profits of A 2.3m in 2012, up by A 300,000 on 2011.
A man arrested at a A 200,000 cannabis factory in County Tyrone claimed he was only there to carry out concreting work, Belfast High Court has heard.
First and deputy First Minister Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness have met the Chinese Ambassador, Liu Xiaoming ahead of a trade mission to Beijing next week.