TALIBAN gunmen stormed a military-run school in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing at least 126 people, before Pakistani officials declared a military operation to clear the school over.
UP TO 4,000 riders are expected to take part in a major spin-off cy-cling race linked to the Giro d'Italia in Northern Ireland next summer.
The one-day Gran Fondo attracts amateurs from around the world and will be held over the next
PLANS to merge a west Belfast grammar with a secondary school have been scrapped because the grammar wants to retain academic selection. The board of governors at St Mary's Grammar voted against absorbing pupils from
A STORMONT minister is to seek the suspension of a planning blueprint for greater Belfast as part of her legal challenge to its approval by an executive colleague, the High Court has heard. SDLP environment Minister mark H Durkan is facing judicial review
THIS year's Christmas dinner will be the cheapest in two years after inflation fell to is lowest in more than 12 years. Consumers prices in the UK increased by just one per cent last month compared to November
CLIFTONVILLE were made to fight all the way for a place in the Wasp Solutions League Cup final by a well drilled and spirited Bangor side at Solitude last night. A Thomas Wray own goal and cool finish from Jay Donnelly looked to have
The Wright Stuff host Matthew Wright is cultivating a beard in aid of Beating Bowel Cancer. As he explains to Kate Whiting, the charity is very close to his heart COMPARED to surviving without his electric razor in the jungle on last year'
THREE people have died, including the gunman, during a hostage crisis that ended when police officers stormed a cafe in Sydney.
ENVIRONMENT minister Mark H Durkan acted unlawfully in approving a new 38,000-seat GAA
BANGOR manager Garth Scates says his players will be under "no pressure" ahead of tonight's
FIRST Minister Peter Robinson has said David Cameron may be prepared to offer a further "small
In the spotlight this week is Paul McMahon, centre director at CastleCourt and president of Belfast
EFFORTS are under way to identify mourners who heard Padraig Pearse's historic oration at the
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without a family game. At this stage it might be cutting it fine to buy