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Lena Headey's back to her future in the 300 sequel
Relaxing in a Beverly Hills hotel suite, Lena Headey flashes a coy smile when she's asked about reprising her Queen Gorgo role in the 300 sequel.
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Board was briefed insists Baggott
Northern Ireland's chief constable has insisted members of his oversight body - the Policing Board - were fully briefed about a process to deal with on-the-run IRA suspects.
17 hrs ago
Queen University Belfast President and Vice-Chancellor Professor...
Queen University Belfast President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston welcome former US president Bill Clinton to the William J. Clinton Leadership Institute at Riddel Hall, Belfast Northern Ireland's peace process has set an example to the world, former US President Bill Clinton told business leaders in Belfast last night.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Former US President Bill Clinton has urged the people of Northern Ireland to "finish the job" of peace-building, during his visit to Londonderry.
Clinton visit an "honour" - Hume
SDLP founder and past leader John Hume has said former US President Bill Clinton's visit to Londonderry is an "incredible honour" for the city.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Paul Clark: Trooper Mark McKeen
"Furthermore, he was a sniper! How cool is that?" With those words the Commanding Officer of the Royal Dragoon Guards had everyone's attention.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Curtain to go up on 'The Man Who Came to Dinner'
The curtain will go up on the 2014 Portadown Drama Festival in Portadown Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday March 11. Mr Ewart was a teacher of French and Spanish for 23 years and retired recently from working as a schools' inspector.
Donaghmore author's career going from strength to strength
Speaking to the TIMES Emma said she was delighted when offered the book deal: "I was delighted when they came back and offered me a four book deal, the first of those four has just been released.
Terminally ill Una Crudden continues Ovarian Cancer Awareness campaign
A terminally ill Belfast woman is urging people across Northern Ireland to be part of the 'teal takeover' today as a month-long campaign begins in a bid to tackle the low level of awareness around Ovarian cancer.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Glen town judge's photo exhibit depicts violence, paranoia in 1970s Belfast
Two black-and-white photos of Irish children hang framed on the wall near the door of the Perrella Gallery at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.
There were tense exchanges in Stormont as MLAs held an emergency debate on the so-called on the run scheme and thieves use a digger to rip a cash machine from a Co Down garage.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Scotland's Dunnottar Castle Is The Perfect Spot For Exploring
The ruins of Dunnottar Castle sit on a dramatic cliff on the northeast coast of Scotland.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Robinson quit threat u-turn as Cameron orders judicial review
First Minister Peter Robinson speaks outside Stormont Castle, Belfast, as he has lifted his threat to resign over the controversy about on-the-run republicans after accepting the terms of a judicial review into the issue announced by the British Prime Minister STORMONT First Minister Peter Robinson lifted his threat to resign over the controversy ... (more)
UK to open probe on secret deal for IRA fugitives
Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson pauses as he speaks to the media at Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Peter Robinson has told UTV that he could quit as First Minister of Northern Ireland, amid the fallout from the collapse of the case against a convicted IRA man suspected over the Hyde Park bombing.
Katy Perry's tour to blame for split
Katy Perry and John Mayer split up because of her upcoming Prismatic world tour, which will run from May until the end of the year.
The Social Club: Scouse brow
Northern Ireland have been handed a favourable European Championships draw, with Greece, Faroe Islands, Hungary, Finland and Romania all preparing to come to Belfast.
Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson threatens to quit...
Northern Ireland's First Minister threatens to quit over blunders which led to collapse of Hyde Park IRA bomb case Northern Ireland Peter Robinson threatened to resign if the UK government refuses to order a judicial inquiry into the blunders Northern Ireland's First Minister dramatically threatened to quit today din protest at the collapse of the ... (more)
German spy paranoia's Irish invasion
It is a tale of intrigue, suspicion and espionage. When a German company left the County Down village of Conlig in October 1912, only one man remained: Paul George Wentzel.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Third of police budget spent tackling terrorism, parades and disorder
The scene at the top of Chichester Street in Belfast City Centre beside Victoria Square where a car bomb partially exploded in November.