16 hrs ago
Former church repossessed by Nama
A deconsecrated Methodist church in south Belfast has been repossessed by the Irish government's National Asset Management Agency .
18 hrs ago
Countdown to an imperialist jamboree
Some say the old gang of industrialised nations, the G8, is less relevant than it was now most of its members are dragging down a global economy kept afloat by the rising Brics countries.
Thu May 23, 2013
The sister of an IRA murder victim begs the SDLP to think again on the special advisers bill, and the programme has an exclusive interview with the next leader of Ireland's Catholics, Archbishop Eamon Martin who says no church leader is squeaky clean.
Wed May 22, 2013
Receivers appointed in NI by Nama
The properties, which are mainly in County Down, were owned by two Ballygowan-based firms, Soll Developments and Soll Lands.
Film star Vince explores the Art of Conflict
After a trip to Belfast a few years ago, movie star Vince Vaughn was captivated by the city's murals.
A Donegal's man appeared in court in London accused of murdering four soldiers in the Hyde Park bombing 31 years ago, and Power NI puts up the price of electricity by 18%. The man accused of murdering a Coleraine pensioner allegedly confessed to the stabbing and the Education Secretary says Northern Ireland and Great Britain should have separate ... (more)
Man in court over Hyde Park IRA bomb
A Co Donegal man has appeared in court charged with the murder of four soldiers in the 1982 Hyde Park bomb in London.
Exactly 15 years ago - May 22 1998 - voters went to the polls to vote yes or no for the Good Friday Agreement.
Mon May 20, 2013
Talks due to take place in Belfast will address how to move NI's peace process forward, 15 years on from the referendum on the Good Friday Agreement.
Challenges for Protestants in "Dealing with the Past"
The second session at the all day PSA/Fellowship of Messines workshop - Has the Protestant Working Class lost out in the Peace Process? - looked back at some of the events and experiences that shaped loyalism.
Row over infamous Maze prison
A 'peace centre' will be built on the site of the prison where 10 IRA prisoners died during a hunger strike.
Sun May 19, 2013
A man is held by police and weapons are seized after terrorists target a PSNI patrol, and talks aimed at easing tensions ahead of the marching season get underway in Cardiff.
Sat May 18, 2013
Derry gets its cultural kicks and a new start from local heroes
All communities are reaping the benefit in the 2013 UK city of culture, as visitors pour in and a new generation of talent flourishes, with a little help from old hitmakers At the porch of St Augustine's Anglican church, wedged on Derry 's walls between the loyalist Fountain estate and the republican Bogside below, volunteers Elma and Ivan Taylor ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
The programme looks at an attempt to ambush the PSNI as three police officers escape injury in a shooting in west Belfast.
Police officers escape unhurt from a terrorist gun attack in Dunmurry and community leaders prepare for round table talks in Cardiff.
Wed May 15, 2013
Traffic delays as Balmoral opens at Maze
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Tue May 14, 2013
Belfast-set thriller The Fall joins the few dramas to tackle the Troubles
Throughout the 30 years of the Troubles - and even after - TV was reluctant to explore the divisions of Northern Ireland.
Mon May 13, 2013
The programme looks at the rise in teenagers viewing pornography and asks if parents, schools and internet providers could do more to block access to porn.
Sarasota commercial activity at cusp of new development phase
Ian Black Real Estate is celebrating its 10th anniversary of commercial transactions, though the company's namesake founder has been doing deals here for 30 years.