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13 hrs ago | The Maroon
Irish music group The Priests returned to Loyola on November 26 for a special holiday performance after making their U.S. debut at Loyola in 2012.
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18 hrs ago | BBC News
The closest Nelson Mandela came to visiting Belfast was the mural depicting his image on a gable wall along the Falls Road.
19 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Design thinking began as a tactic for solving business problems and identifying opportunities.
21 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
High winds and the sea batter the Antrim coast road, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
23 hrs ago | Freshnews
Celerion is pleased to announce the appointment of John Horkulak as Executive Director, Eurasian Site Operations.
Even with guest appearances from Sir Elton John, Kristen Bell, Ru Paul and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the holiday special flopped big time in the ratings.
A comet that gained an earthly following because of its bright tail visible from space was initially declared dead after grazing the sun.
This explains the area's frequent comparisons to the Pacific Northwest, aside from cloudy skies and damp weather.
A gigantic metal crown erected on a roundabout without planning permission in Larne, County Antrim, is to remain for another two years at least, the Stormont administration has said.
The driver of a van used to transport Jean McConville, the Belfast mother-of-10 shot dead by the IRA more than 40 years ago, may be living in Britain, police have revealed.
STOCKHOLM - Scientists were studying spacecraft images Friday to find out whether a small part of Comet ISON survived its close encounter with the sun.
The widow of an RUC Reserve Constable, gunned down by the IRA, has said "their time has come" after a man was jailed for the murder.
The SDLP has been told it is resting on its laurels, is too complacent and too stuck in the past.
Northern Ireland's unionists launched another assault on Scottish independence this week with one prominent MP accusing the SNP of "anti-English racism".