NOBEL laureate Máiread Maguire has said there is a huge "desire for peace and reunification" after crossing the heavy militarised border between North and South Korea.
OUTSPOKEN GAA pundit Joe Brolly faced a storm of criticism yesterday after saying Cavan football was "as ugly as Marty Morrissey", in a reference to the popular RTÉ commentator.
RUSSIAN singer Polina Gagarina's performance at the Eurovision Song Contest - an event described by organ-isers as beyond politics - has been marred by boos apparently prompted by the Ukraine conflict and the Kremlin's anti-gay
PRINCE Charles has said Northern Ireland should not be imprisoned by its history as he called for shared healing between the divided communities.
Charles visited the north's oldest peace
DEFENDING champion Rory McIlroy crashed out of the BMW PGA Championship yesterday, reverting to his "usual" performance at Wentworth by missing the cut for the third time in four years. McIlroy was seeking his third win
PRESSURE is mounting on the north's politicians to follow the lead of the Republic in endorsing same-sex marriage.
Gay rights activists, however, have rejected calls for a same-sex marriage referendum
CELTIC have improved enough to make it into the Champions League next season without any additions, according to Ronny Deila.
The Hoops boss got his hands on the Scottish Premiership trophy after a 5-0 win over a weakened Inverness side at Parkhead yesterday.
A FAMILY wedding is always a big day but for a former Ulster University student his sister's nuptials collided with voting in the Republic's marriage referendum.
NORTHERN Ireland's director
of public prosecutions has issued an apology to three
AFTER jokes about slogans
on cakes and future employment plans and a few pranks with vehicles
Groups that work to protect
our environment are sending out an urgent plea for the public's help t
MONAGHAN legend Gerry McCarville
says "can't see" Cavan beating Monaghan when the old rivals
Paul Weller Saturns Pattern
HE may still be known as the Modfather in some quarters, but the
MORE beaches in Northern Ireland
will be able to fly the internationally recognised blue flag this