12 hrs ago
Important collection of British and Irish glass will be auctioned at Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
From the Bushmills Distillery Co. Antrim, is a set of three cut and engraved commemorative spirit decanters with two original stoppers.
16 hrs ago
Find Out Where Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid Are Scouting Wedding Locations
Courteney Cox and new fianc Johnny McDaid have only been engaged one month , yet they're already starting to nail down the details of their impending nuptials.
ESB install all electric car chargers
It also installed 10 AC chargers located at Iarnrod Eireann sites, as part of a first of its kind project co-funded by European Commission via the Trans-European Transport Network .
40 new MPE jobs are promised
New majority shareholder at Maydown Precision Engineering , Iran-native, Amin Amiri of A2E Venture Catalysts, says a 2.5m capital expenditure programme at the factory has been approved with 40 new jobs hoped for.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Kinallen's Angela revved up for charity challenge
Angela Whitla will pass through towns and cities on both sides of the border as she raises funds for three charities that have had an impact on her own life - namely, Aware Defeat Depression, PIPS suicide prevention and FMS/ME Awareness NI.
'Flexible pathway' points to management roles for Carrick student
Prince Andrew Young-Owolanke from Carrickfergus who recently graduated from The Open University with a Certificate in Health and Social Care practice.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Voluntary redundancy offer may be made to city civil servants
Junior Treasury Minister David Gauke says he cannot rule out voluntary redundancies for civil servants in Londonderry if new posts can't be found as part of a redeployment process across the service.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Ballycastle student flying the local business flag in the US
Making waves: Study USA student Jordan Colgan is picture with Helen McBride from the British Council at the Study USA Orientation event at the University of Ulster, Belfast on June 26. INBM30-14S Jordan, who is currently studying Computer Science at the University of Ulster, will soon be heading to Westminster College, Missouri after being selected ... (more)
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Dana brother cleared in abuse case
The brother of Derry's Eurovision Song Contest winner and former Irish presidential candidate Dana Rosemary Scallon has been found not guilty of five counts of historic sex abuse.
Foyle MP on Colombia peace mission
Londonderry MP Mark Durkan was in Colombia this week to share his experiences of conflict resolution in Northern Ireland and to provide support for the peace process there.
Rose trials: Full list of award winners and merit recipients
The 50-year-old rose garden at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park resembled something of an Eden yesterday while Rose Week was underway, with thousands of people making their way to south Belfast to admire the blooms.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Children of Belfast bid farewell to Project Children: Enduring...
Years from now, this is how 15-year-old Paulina Reed expects she'll remember the summer of 2014, with Niall Burns: She'll think of the many nights when they'd settle into the living room of Paulina's Fabius home to watch "Criminal Minds."
Courteney Cox scouting wedding venues in Ireland
Courtney Cox , 50, is thought to be scouting out possible wedding venues in Northern Ireland for her up-coming nuptials to Snow Patrol musician fianc Johnny Mc Daid, 37. The former Friends star and her soon-to-be husband were given a friendly welcome to the city when they touched down at City of Derry Airport on Wednesday after a romantic getaway ... (more)
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Cash boost for Derry community arts projects
The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland's Acorn Fund has announced the list of grantees set to benefit from its three funding programmes.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Picture Slideshow: Twelfth Demo Was Best Ever
Thousands lined the streets as the 324th anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne was celebrated in in family-friendly style with more than 40 lodges, bands and the distinctive sound of the Lambeg drums in attendance.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Virgin's new Belfast-to-Orlando flights boost C.Fla. tourism
So how big could Virgin Atlantic's future Belfast, Northern Ireland-to-Orlando weekly flights be for the region next summer? Potentially more than $3.5 million worth of new business.
Northern Irish teens find common ground through Ulster Project
Grasping hands and laughing, Catholic and Protestant teenagers from Northern Ireland set aside religious differences Thursday as they learned to do-si-do and promenade together in an Arlington church gymnasium.
1k digital champions required to address NW skills shortage
Londonderry Mayor Brenda Stevenson, has launched a campaign, in partnership with the CultureTECH Festival, to recruit 1,000 digital champions across the North West region.
Derry graduate Mary is lobbying with the best in Washington DC
As America prepares for crucial mid-term elections, Mary Hassan, a recent graduate in Law from Queen's University and a former student at Lumen Christi College in Derry, is one of a class of 30 student participants representing Northern Ireland and Ireland in Washington DC this summer as part of the Washington-Ireland Program .
Wheels of wonder
The event was organised by the Belfast chapter of the Hells Angels, a motorbike club with a notorious reputation around the world.