Irish News
 

Liveblog

  • Ex-BBC Northern Ireland journalist Andy West finishes fourth in Big Brother
  • Man shoots doctor dead and then turns gun on himself at Berlin hospital
  • Fan arrested for 'touching' Justin Timberlake at celebrity golf tournament
  • Beyonce and Adele lead the MTV Video Music Award nominations
  • Rio Olympic village branded unsanitary by Belarus team
  • We in Ireland are collateral damage in a Tory EU power play. #Remain voters expect the Taoiseach to stand up for our interests in Downing St
  • Lost puppy handed into police in west Belfast
  • South Belfast: Collision on the A55 Belvoir Road heading towards the Tesco Roundabout. Diversions in place. Expect delays.

The latest

On This Day - July 27 1985: Steve Cram set the mile world record in Oslo
Different roads taken by family during 1916 to be focus of new Ulster Museum exhibition

Different roads taken by family during 1916 to be focus of new Ulster Museum exhibition

News
THE different paths taken by five brothers and sisters from Belfast's Ormeau Road during the turbulent period around 1916 are to take centre stage at a new exhibition.
Fields Of Battle, Lands Of Peace exhibit opens at Belfast City Hall    Best images captured by camera club members on display in Belfast    Visiting Dublin: An EPIC journey in Ireland's capital   
Ireland's Catholics in ‘prayerful solidarity' with France after murder of Fr Jacques Hamel

Ireland's Catholics in ‘prayerful solidarity' with France after murder of Fr Jacques Hamel

News
THE leader of Ireland's Catholics has offered "prayerful solidarity" with the Church in France after an elderly priest was forced to kneel at the altar before having his throat cut by radical Islamists.
Islamic State claims responsibility for church attack in which priest's throat was slit    Fr Aidan Try speaks of French fears after priest's murder    Priest killed during French church hostage situation   
Fr Aidan Try speaks of French fears after priest's murder