THE prosecution of two former RUC detectives dramatically collapsed yesterday after no evidence was offered against them.
RTÉ longwave listeners were last night claiming victory after the broadcaster postponed shutting down the service.
The broadcaster has bowed to pressure and revealed that Radio 1 LW 252 will now stay on air until 2017. The lon
RORY McIlroy chipped in with £20,000 of his own cash - and a free trip to Augusta next April - to boost a charity night hosted by his rugby pal Paddy Wallace. The world's number one golfer and Ulster rugby fanatic snapped up three
NORTHERN Ireland's politicians have got down to business as the talks enter their final days, Theresa Villiers has said. The Northern Ireland Secretary urged them to make further compromises on issues surrounding contentious
THE number of applications for renewable energy projects appears to be in free fall after a further reduction of more than one fifth.
There were 120 applications in the second quarter - down 21 per cent on last year. That followed a halving of applications in the first quarter of the year.
CRUSADERS kept the pressure on the top sides in the Irish Premiership last night, thanks to a 1-0 home victory over Dungannon Swifts.A 35th minute goal from Timmy Adamson, who headed home from six yards, following a cro
Mumbai 27 Talbot Street Belfast 028 9023 3926 IT'S well known among family and friends that I fancy myself as a bit of a chef, an endeavour I carry out with varying degrees of success. A while ago I found an Indian cookbook in a cha
TWO suspected dissident republicans have appeared in court charged with terrorism offences. Kevin Heaney (41), from Mourne View Park in Newry, Co Down, was charged with receiving instruction.
TWO sisters were orphaned when their mother and father died in a stabbing in the family's Co Clare
THE use of contactless payments for goods and services in Northern Ireland is set to soar with more
THE driver guilty of causing the deaths of eight men in the most devastating crash in the Republic's
* GALA: Left, former Ulster and Ireland rugby star Paddy Wallace with his wife Tina at last night's
BY the close of play on New Year's Day, Crusaders will have a much better idea of where they stand in
JIM Carrey likes to compare himself to evolution. "I move slowly but I definitely move," says the rubber-