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Poots to reveal heart surgery plans
Health Minister Edwin Poots is expected to announce his plans for the future of children's heart surgery in Belfast to the assembly on Monday.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
NI flights hit by computer glitch
Northern Ireland passengers have been hit by flight delays and cancellations after a technical problem at the national air traffic control centre in the south of England.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Thousands without power in the North after gales rip down power lines
THOUSANDS of homes are still without power in Northern Ireland after gale force winds ripped down trees, power lines and electricity poles.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Shops braced for record 'Cyber Monday'
Retailers in Northern Ireland are hoping for a record breaking day of business as thousands of shoppers log on for Cyber Monday.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Black Friday can be dangerous in Ireland
Travelers to Ireland used to be warned about the Troubles, and not to get involved in the fighting between the different factions, especially in the North.
Protestors at City Hall past deadline
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Island of silt and sand
So it's well known that apart from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, queen Elizabethalso rules the socalled crown dependencies, not part of the United Kingdom.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Woman injured in N. Ireland Black Friday rush
British supermarket chain Asda - owned by U.S. retail giant Walmart - has been advertising its Black Friday deals throughout the U.K. The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said it was called to Westwood Center in Belfast around 8:30 a.m. and took a woman with an arm injury to the hospital.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Belfast police boost security to deter IRA militant attacks
Sunday's 130-pound bomb failed to detonate after being parked at the underground entrance to Belfast's biggest, glitziest shopping center.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Every school should be an Eco-School - Durkan
Environment Minister, Mark H Durkan, today returned to the classroom at the latest school to register with the Eco-Schools better environment programme.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Checkpoints and searches after attack
Police in Belfast have stepped up security and carried out searches and vehicle checkpoints following an attack which saw a 130lb proxy car bomb partially explode in the main shopping district of the city.
Former police officer wearing poppy suffered discrimination at Northern Whig bar
A former police officer denied entry to a Belfast bar for wearing a poppy suffered discrimination, a court has ruled.
Take a 'virtual drive' on new A26
Transport Minister Danny Kennedy has announced his decision to proceed with the 65 million A26 dualling Glarryford to Drones Road scheme.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
McGrath tribute to late Fr Alec Reid
Independent TD Mattie McGrath has added his condolences to the national and international sorrow being expressed following the death of Tipperary native and Northern Ireland Peace Process initiator Fr Alec Reid.
Rocking out for Music City
Katy B with 13 young musicians from Londonderry who are determined to make it big in the world of music Not many of us like to admit it, but we have all done it - the old 'singing into a hairbrush and pretending to perform on stage in front of thousands of people' routine.
Stena celebrates second Cairnryan birthday
MANY HAPPY RETURNS...Stena Line has just marked the second anniversary of Loch Ryan Port.
IRA car bomb targets Belfast's top shopping mall
A suspected Irish Republican Army car bomb targeting Belfast's biggest shopping center has failed to detonate.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Drone used to defuse small bomb
Police have used a remotely controlled drone as part of an operation to defuse a small bomb in north Belfast.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Moira man receives inaugural fellowship
Belfast Metropolitan College conferred its inaugural Honorary Fellowship award to Alan Clarke, Chief Executive of Northern Ireland Tourist Board, during its annual Graduation event which celebrated the achievements of over 1,000 higher education students.
Thornhill schoolgirl is elected to EU Parliament
A Derry schoolgirl is playing her part in the world of international politics this weekend after becoming one of only two young people representing the UK at the Youth Parliament in Greece.