4 hrs ago
Celtic vampire 'inspired Dracula'
As Dracula is set to be filmed in Northern Ireland, it has emerged that the legend of a local blood-thirsty creature allegedly buried in Co Londonderry may have inspired Bram Stoker's tale.
8 hrs ago
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)
14 hrs ago
Despite being Northern Ireland born and bred, I have to admit there are still some places that I have yet to spend time in.
17 hrs ago
Derry trip for Swiss and German press pack
Pictured during their tour are Dee Morgan, blue badge guide; Martin Schechler, n-news.de; Fiona Ann Grebe, Koch Communications; Alain Bucher, Toff magazine and Tilo Kozik, freelance.
19 hrs ago
Extended bus and rail services for Radio 1's Big Weekend
Concert goers planning on travelling to Derry this weekend for BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend are being advised to plan their journey well in advance and to avail of the additional rail and bus services that have been put in place.
Tue May 21, 2013
One-man audience for gig
A concert at the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre at the weekend went ahead despite there being just one person in the audience.
243 parking tickets not paid in Limavady
More than 200 parking tickets issued in Limavady over the last three years have gone unpaid, it has been revealed.
Moffatt trial hears of 'confession'
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.
Tributes to 'one of life's gentlemen''
Mourners packed St. Patrick's Church in Dungiven on Sunday to say their final goodbye to the former manager of the Derry senior hurling team, James O'Kane. The 40-year-old was from Banagher, a dad-of-three and taught at St.
Mon May 20, 2013
Police make weekend arrests
POLICE in Magherafelt made a number of arrests over the weekend as part of ongoing efforts to keep the community safe.
Stabbed pensioner called for help
The daughter of a pensioner who died after he was stabbed has told a court how she discovered her father was injured.
Community Relations Week offers hope
More than 180 events aimed at improving relations between different communities are to take place across Northern Ireland over the course of this week.
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
This Is Leicestershire
Meeting about City of Culture campaign projects
The event will give musicians, promoters, venues, and event organisers the opportunity to ask questions and discuss potential projects to be developed as part of the UK City of Culture campaign.
Did Franco rob Derry of Eurovision glory?
As Eurovision's annual festival of frivolity rolls round again, a burning controversy remains unresolved: did the Spanish dictator General Franco steal the UK's Song Contest glory in 1968? Nowhere does the whiff of skulduggery rankle more than Derry-Londonderry which recently emerged from the dark days of Northern Ireland's Troubles to become the ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
SLIDESHOW - Derry's built heritage: a precious but fragile legacy
Every time a notable building in Derry is demolished, a "tiny unique thread is rent from the city's fabric - forever lost." This is the view of the man who has just written what has been described as the ultimate guide to the city's historic built heritage.
Mayor backs 'Good Relations'
Limavady Borough Council's Mayor Councillor Cathal McLaughlin has voiced his support for 'Community Relations Week' at the recent launch, which he attended with Good Relations Officer, Patricia Cameron.
Fears for Dungiven 'lifeline service'
The manager of a Dungiven daycare centre has spoken of her fears for the future of the "lifeline" facility, following a new strategy on the delivery of care for people with disabilities.
Early Years and Childcare experts attend city conference
Early Years and Childcare workers have attended a conference at the Everglades Hotel hosted by The Western Area Childcare Partnership examining the importance of early intervention and prevention in young children.
Thu May 16, 2013
Blood Pressure in Treated Hypertensive Individuals With the MTHFR...
From the Northern Ireland Centre for Food and Health, University of Ulster, Coleraine, Northern Ireland ; Cardiac Unit, Antrim Area Hospital, Northern Health and Social Care Trust, Antrim, Northern Ireland ; School of Biochemistry and Immunology, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland ; and DSM Nutritional Products Ltd, Kaiseraugst, Switzerland .