THE PSNI has confirmed it is treating a paint-bomb attack on Belfast Islamic There has been widespread condemnation of the attack in the city's Wellington Park district, which is being linked to the killing of British soldier
FOUR soccer players, including the 20-year-old son of Co Antrim-born Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, have been cleared of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman in a hotel room. Jurors at London's Old
BELFAST City Council is marking its 40-year anniversary by examining the role of women in politics, including those who have followed in their mother's footsteps.
The first elections to the
DERRY'S City of Culture reached world heights last night when pop superstars Robbie Williams and Jessie J dropped in as surprise guests for the opening of One Big Weekend.
Revellers went wild when
DUNDALK-BORN businessman, philanthropist and entrepreneur Dr George Moore, the man largely credited with saving and reinventing Belleek Pottery, has died suddenly at his home in America at the age of just 61
A CHORUS line of 32 stunning girls, highkicking with military precision on a vast Berlin stage, prove to me that the city's 1920s theatrical traditions are still alive and blooming.
I'm watching the multi-million-pound revue Show
ON the excellent 'The Glovesare Off' boxing programme, screened on Sky Sports last week, former world super-middleweight champion Richie Woodhall spoke about climbing the highest mountain in his chosen sport and the
THE family of the British soldier hacked to death in Woolwich paid tribute last night to "a loving son, husband, father, brother and uncle".
A WOMAN wept
yesterday after being acquitted of fraudulently taking thousands of pounds from her
A FATHER who
campaigned for tighter controls on cheap alcohol promotions following the death of his
has spent half her life working and racking up one of Hollywood's hottest CVs. As the
WHILE we would
like to think that we are ambling along as free-thinking individuals, making up our
is over for thousands of music fans set to descend on Derry for BBC Radio 1' One Big
PAUL Grimley has
taken the bull by the horns and issued a personal statement to offer a heart-felt
THE precarious nature
of air routes from Belfast to Britain was underlined yesterday when budget
Islamist militants butchered a man in broad daylight in London yesterday.