Vital public health messages about coronavirus must not be drowned out by political noise at Stormont, the First Minister has warned.
The former Maze prison site could host Northern Ireland’s coronavirus field hospital, the First Minister has said.
New regulations to enforce social distancing restrictions in Northern Ireland have been agreed by the Stormont Executive.
Stormont’s leaders have defended the time they are taking to agree Northern Ireland’s coronavirus enforcement regulations and guidance.
Stormont First Minister Arlene Foster has said sweeping new Covid-19 restrictions will last more than three weeks.
The Prime Minister’s new restrictions on life should be followed to save lives, Stormont’s First Minister has said.
More progress is needed to help self-employed people affected by Covid-19, Stormont’s First Minister has said.
Social distancing may have to be enforced in Northern Ireland, First Minister Arlene Foster has warned.
Stormont’s First and Deputy First Ministers have urged people to stay apart on Mother’s Day.
Educational work at Northern Ireland’s schools has come to an end due to Covid-19, Arlene Foster said.
Stormont’s Deputy First Minister has expressed concern that guidance to Northern Ireland schools about arrangements for the children of key workers has caused confusion.
Arlene Foster has paid emotional tribute to those who stuck by her in the face of unfounded corruption allegations about Stormont’s botched green energy scheme.
Arlene Foster has vowed to learn the lessons of Stormont’s botched green energy scheme after a public inquiry identified a multiplicity of mistakes in its running.
A multiplicity of errors and omissions led to Stormont’s cash for ash green energy scandal not political corruption, a public inquiry has found.
Here are some of the key findings from the RHI report:
Stormont deputy first minister Michelle O’Neill has said schools, universities and colleges in Northern Ireland should close in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Northern Ireland’s schools will close as a result of coronavirus, the First Minister has said.
Sir Patrick Coghlin’s public inquiry into the botched Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme will be published on Friday.
A public inquiry into a botched green energy scheme which brought down Northern Ireland’s Government is due to publish its findings later.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was a flawed scheme established to encourage businesses in Northern Ireland to switch from burning fossil fuels to wood and other sustainable sources.
Stormont ministers have insisted it is not the right time to close Northern Ireland schools over coronavirus.
The UK Government has been urged to implement a “meaningful, comprehensive and transparent process” for the devolved administrations to influence Brexit talks.
Stormont leaders are to review advice on whether they should go ahead with their St Patrick’s trip to Washington DC amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The leaders of Northern Ireland’s main unionist parties have given contrasting reactions to the idea of building a tunnel to Scotland.
A secondary school in Ireland has been closed after its pupils and teachers were confirmed as having been in contact with the state’s first coronavirus patient.
A senior Irish health official has urged the public not to panic about coronavirus, insisting the risk level remained low in the country.
A senior DUP MP has called for a Sinn Fein Stormont minister to quit or be sacked over his controversial claims about a republican murder victim.
The British Government needs to quickly deliver on its financial promises to back up renewed powersharing in Northern Ireland, Michelle O’Neill said.
The findings of a public inquiry into the botched green energy scheme that caused the collapse of devolution in Northern Ireland will be published on March 13.
The attendance of a Sinn Fein leader at a police recruitment drive in Northern Ireland has been hailed as “seismic and historic” by the region’s chief constable.