Crisis talks as tension grows over parades
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny is sending a delegation of senior officials to hold talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron over rising tensions in Northern Ireland ahead of unionist marches this weekend.
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Newtownabbey bakery threatened with legal action over gay marriage cake
The image which Asher's Bakery refused to print on the cake for a Queerspace campaigner.
Ulster Bank to close branch in village
Councillors in Hillsborough have said they are concerned and saddened by the Ulster Bank to close its branch in the village.
Drums that are rolled out each Twelfth of July
The Lambeg drum rivals the flute as the most traditional of Orange instruments, but its exact origin is open to debate.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Lancaster and MoreCambe Citizen
The issue of parades is a contentious one in Northern Ireland
Unionists have pulled out of the latest political talks in Northern Ireland in protest at a decision to ban a contentious loyal order parade from passing a nationalist community in Belfast.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
The clue is in the sign above the doors. This is not a bar. Not a pub. Nor a bistro nor a cafe-bar-restaurant.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
105-year-old Billy is full of praise for choir
A 105-year-old Jordanstown man is backing a new cross-community choir at St Anne's Cathedral, 95 years after he first sang there as a boy.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Primark claims 'cry for help labels' are a hoax carried out ...
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Thu Jun 26, 2014
The Harbor Times Soup
Belfast gets ready for 5th annual street party
"It's kind of circus where the animals escape," said Bre Bebb Our Town Belfast organizer.
Minister pledges cash for new school build
Education Minister John O'Dowd has announced that the borough's proposed new post-primary school is to get a new building.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Ulstera s alternatives to security and ...
A few weeks ago I went on a school trip to Ireland. As a relatively wealthy nation where everyone speaks English and shares deep cultural roots within the United States and United Kingdom, I found more base similarities with the strangers I talked to than glaring differences.
OFFER: Two-for-one entry to Belfast Motor Show
The Belfast Motor Show has teamed up with Morton Newspapers to offer readers a fantastic, fun-filled day out this summer.
Academic delighted to receive MBE for astronomical work
A Carrickfergus academic and member of Ballyclare Male Choir has spoken of his delight at being handed a royal accolade.
"We need a politics of recognition not identities": Professor Rick Wilford
As part of his retirement from Queen's University Belfast, Professor Rick Wilford was invited to present a lecture: "Two cheers for consociational democracy?" The Senate Chamber of Parliament Buildings provided a most appropriate setting for his review of the structures and operations of Northern Ireland's government since the return of devolved ... (more)
Tue Jun 24, 2014
The Daily Record
The Queen visits Game of Thrones set and lets down fans by not sitting on the Iron Throne
It's an historic day for Game of Throne fans as Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh paid a visit to the show's set in Belfast - read the live reaction here.
Queen Elizabeth to visit Crumlin Road Gaol
Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, will continue their three-day visit to Northern Ireland today with a tour of the former Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast.
'No current plans for housing development at Tesco site'
Planning Service has confirmed that there are no live planning applications for a housing development at the Tesco supermarket site on Carnmoney Road, Glengormley.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Booklet launched to give every child the best start on education path
Pictured from left Dr David Hughes, Department of Education; Briege Arthurs, South Belfast Partnership Board and Stephen Orr, Principal of Fane Street Primary School.
Apartment block gives city jobs boost
The construction industry is to receive a welcome jobs boost after the green light was given to the building of a new nine-storey apartment block.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
Serious road traffic collision in west Belfast
A PSNI spokesman said the Monagh By-pass is closed along with the Hannahstown Hill and the Upper Springfield Road and asked motorists to seek alternative main routes for their journey.