CRUSADING barrister Michael Mansfield gave the first Gerry Conlon Memorial Lecture' last night at St Mary's University in west Belfast.
BROADCASTERS have threatened to "empty chair" any political party leader who refuses to take part in live televised debates planned for the general election campaign.
AN UNEMPLOYED single mother from Co Armagh is to stand trial in connection with the murder of prison officer David Black.
Fiona McFadden (29), of Killough Gardens, Lurgan, appeared at Belfast Crown
APLAN to cut cash from a top teacher education college is "ill conceived and grossly insensitive", a leading union has warned.
The Irish National Teachers' Organisation (INTO) yesterday added its
UNIONS and management declined to reveal details of the deal which brought an end to the water dispute last night.
Although no figures have been confirmed, it was reported that an increase in pension contributions by workers will be compensated for by a rise in salary.
PATHOLOGISTS have confirmed that the deaths of an elderly couple found in their caravan in Newcastle were due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Francie and Nan O'Reilly,
STARS of television paid tribute, at last night's National Television Awards, to Coronation Street actress Anne Kirk-bride who died earlier this week. Awards host Dermot O'Leary acknowledged
THE daughter of a man killed in a farm accident in Co Armagh has described her father as a good man with a "big heart".
at brokering a deal to resolve the NI Water dispute continued late last night.
A SOLICITOR who was convicted
of sexually assaulting a female colleague has been fined
AROUND 20,000 jobs
- 10 per cent of the public sector workforce - are to be slashed following a
SINN Féin may
launch a legal challenge after unionist councillors voted to fly the Union flag at
suspended filming yesterday to give the cast and crew a chance to come to terms
Colin Farrell has spoken of how his brother suffered beatings and cruel taunts for