A 59-YEAR-OLD man who was killed in a road crash in Co Antrim has been named locally as Martin Paxton.
Mr Paxton, a digger operator, died after his vehicle crashed at Townhill Road at about 8.20pm on Saturday.
PROTESTANT who converted to Catholicism as a teenager was ordained a priest in Down and Connor yesterday.
Fr Andrew Black, who was baptised into the Church of Ireland, was ordained at Church of St
MOTORISTS planning to head into Belfast for the Bank Holiday today can expect to run into delays because of the Belfast Marathon.
The annual city marathon with thousands of participants begins at Belfast City Hall at 9am,
SENIOR DUP figure has insisted the party was right to discipline whistle-blowing Lisburn councillor Jenny Palmer for exposing Nelson McCausland's efforts to exert political influence over a vote by the Housing Executive
A TV adaptation of Lisa Lynch's blog-turned-book The C Word, in which she describes the reality ofcancer, will soonair, starring Sheridan Smith.
The actress speaks to Susan Griffin
I SIT TRUE LISA LYNCH
CELTIC chief executive Peter Lawwell admits they took a risk in appointing Ronny Deila as manager - but he feels the Norwegian's first title win can be a launch pad to lasting success. Deila was a relative unknown
Spring blossom mania in Ireland hasn't quite reached Japanese proportions but who can resist the sight of trees in full flower? Writes John Manley
NOTHING heralds the arrival of spring proper
QUEEN'S University Belfast has said a cancelled conference on the Charlie Hebdo murders will now go ahead.
Queen's will host a symposium in June on the fallout from the massacre at the satirical magazine in Paris and its implications for free speech.
SPORTS minister Carál Ní Chuilín
has refused to answer questions about the Casement Park
Aussie comic Bec Hill has
a soft spot for Belfast and brings her show Ellipsis to the city next week.
THE widow of a north Belfast
man shot dead by the British army almost 45 years ago has launched
DOWN'S Gareth Johnson says
that "the feeling is very good" in the Down camp ahead of their
STRIKING midwives left the picket
line yesterday morning to help with an emergency delivery.
PETER Robinson's dismissal
of plans to change the abortion law in cases of lethal foetal abnormality