Monday Mar 3
Drilling process 'puts fishing spots at risk'
POPULAR angling spots including the River Drowes, Lough Melvin and Lough Erne are threatened by plans to extract shale gas from beneath the surface using the controversial drilling process known as fracking, a protest has been told.
The companies involved in fracking
The Canadian firm estimates as much as 13.05 trillion cubic feet of gas could be across the "entire area", with between 1.49tcf and 3.86tcf in the "option area" where it has been exploring.
OTR reaction: UDR man says best mate was killed in Downey-linked case
A former soldier yesterday slammed the decision to issue an 'amnesty' letter to John Downey, who has also been linked to two UDR deaths.
PSNI overtime bill 'over 72m' for 2013
A total of A 72m of taxpayers' money was spent last year on PSNI officers working overtime across Northern Ireland, UTV can reveal.
Tyrone the North's booze capital?
Hen and stag parties, take note, South Tyrone might be one of the best places for a pub crawl in the North.
City projects granted A 5m in 'poverty pot' awards
Over 5m from the first tranche of the Social Investment Fund poverty pot has been allocated to capital and current projects in Londonderry, it's been revealed.
Passengers soar on Portadown train line
Pictured at Portadown Train Station announcing the latest milestone in the i 1 23.6 million Translink upgrade project are Gerard McAtarsney, Translink NI Railways Route Manager and Regional Development Minister Danny Kennedy MLA.
Over a 1m damage to machinery in attacks
Garda and the Police Service of Northern Ireland are investigating incidents that caused over 1 million worth of damage to equipment at a company's premises in Co Cork and Co Down.
Cheaper gas in the pipeline for Dungannon homes
DUNGANNON, Coalisland and Cookstown homes will soon be benefiting from cheaper gas supplies after the government announced it will award the licence to build a multi-million pipeline serving Tyrone and Fermanagh by the autumn.