1 hr ago
Pro-choice demo at Belfast City Hall
Organisers say they want the same abortion rights in Northern Ireland that women have in the rest of the UK.
4 hrs ago
Enough With This Warning Shot Nonsense
On 19 Mar 1988 in West Belfast, Northern Ireland , two young British Army corporals inadvertently drove in the vicinity of the elaborate funeral procession for Kevin Bradey, considered a hero by the IRA.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
How would 'Yes' vote affect Northern Ireland?
Scotland and Northern Ireland have a long history of cultural ties and economic links.
Clinical Law Prof Blog
Opportunity at University of Ulster
Ciaran White, Senior Lecturer in Law and Director of the Ulster Law Clinic at the University of Ulster, has asked me to share this opportunity with the clinical community.
East Antrim man Joe backs calls for Rory Gallagher statue
Rory Gallagher pictured at a seminar in the YMCA Wellington Place just before his gig in the Ulster Hall in 1979.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Barge retires to Lagan after 150 years of toil
A 150-year-old barge which travelled Ulster waterways in support of the linen industry and two world war efforts has returned to the Lagan in Belfast as a tourist attraction.
UK National Health Service makes pioneering energy breakthrough
Surface Power HONE, a manufacturer of innovative proprietary daylight thermal systems for domestic and commercial buildings, today announced the success of a landmark project with the UK National Health Service in Northern Ireland.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
North 'will be able to match corporation tax in South'
NORTHERN Ireland looks set to be handed the power to slash corporation tax which will help it better compete with the Republic for inward investment.
Welsh rally co-driver expected to make a full recovery after fatal collision that killed his driver
Dai Roberts, 28, was airlifted to hospital in Belfast after the collision at the Ulster Rally which killed 20-year-old driver Timothy Cathcart A Welsh rally co-driver is expected to make a full recovery after a crash in Northern Ireland on Friday which killed his driver.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Irish Republican News
Loyalists express anger over political leadership
There are fears that loyalist paramilitaries may again ratchet up violence after a spokesperson for one of their biggest murder gangs said the response by unionist politicians to recent marching decisions had "fallen short".
Spate of graffiti attacks in Lisburn
Graffiti was painted on St Peter's Church on the Rock Road, Hannahstown, in an overnight attack.
A-Levels: Students urged to plan for the future whatever their results
Pupils coming to terms with their A-level results should act fast if they haven't already made plans for the future, the Department of Employment and Learning has advised.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Loughside church with heart that beats for the community
Whiteabbey Methodist Church sits on the Shore Road, overlooking Belfast Lough, and just before the entrance to the village of Whiteabbey.
"There are as many racist attacks in republican areas as there are in loyalist areas"
On Monday we published part one of an interview with Matthew Collin s, a leading anti-fascist campaigner and researcher for the organisation Hope not hate .
International Business Times
'Game Of Thrones' Filming Location in Belfast Gets Approval For Expansion
Titanic Studios in Belfast Northern Ireland is the studio location where part of the scenes for HBO's hit TV series "Game Of Thrones" are being filmed.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
If Scotland leaves the United Kingdom, is Northern Ireland next?
The St. Andrew's cross of Scotland has long had a place in Northern Ireland , particularly among its pro- Britain unionist population.
5 free things to see in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Belfast may seem an unlikely destination for tourists, associated as it is with the Troubles.
'Heavy' landing as pilot's artificial arm becomes 'detached'
An airline flight made a hard landing in Northern Ireland after the pilot's artificial arm became "detached," according to media reports out Thursday.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Caribbean News Now!
Vincentian MC officiates at Caribbean Week One Love Festival
BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- Vincentian Yolande Robertson-Greene was the mistress of ceremonies as Belfast basked in Caribbean sunshine with the official launch at Belfast City Hall of 'One Love Festival' during Caribbean Week 2014.
Council facing calls to cancel Galloway speech amid heightened tensions over Gaza conflict
A council is facing calls to cancel an "irresponsible" speaking engagement for George Galloway amid heightened tensions over the Gaza conflict.