One of the biggest cocaine seizures in recent years has been made in Northern Ireland.
Volunteers at a food bank targeted in a racist arson attack have said they were overwhelmed after being handed a cheque for more than £70,000 raised in a crowdfunding appeal.
Infrastrata has announced the acquisition of the Methil and Arnish yards from the collapsed Scottish manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab).
A banner depicting a threat against former Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams is being investigated by police as a hate crime.
A formal complaint has been lodged with Belfast City Council and the police chief over a threat against Gerry Adams on a banner placed at City Hall.
Post-Brexit checks at all Northern Ireland’s ports will resume from Wednesday.
Pouring rain did not deter those gathering at a popular mural of Captain Sir Tom Moore in Belfast from paying tribute to the late fundraiser.
A man murdered in north Belfast was targeted in a “ruthless attack” as he sat in his car, police have said.
Northern Ireland’s leaders have condemned the murder of a man in north Belfast.
Northern Ireland’s place in the UK will be “protected and strengthened”, the UK Prime Minister has vowed.
Loyalist paramilitaries are not involved in threats made to workers conducting post-Brexit trade checks at Northern Ireland’s ports, police have said.
Port workers could become very anxious over threatening loyalist behaviour, a senior trade unionist said.
An outgoing Stormont minister has appealed for calm heads after Brexit port checks were suspended over threatening loyalist behaviour.
All regulatory animal-based food checks have been suspended at Belfast and Larne ports, Northern Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (Daera) has said.
Local council staff at Larne Port in Northern Ireland have been withdrawn from inspection duties amid concerns for their safety and welfare.
The conviction of a Belfast man for terrorism offences 40 years ago has been quashed by the Court of Appeal after it was found to be unsafe.
It is hoped a live music experiment will pave the way for the return of music gigs and sports events, an industry body said.
A crowdfunding drive to support a multicultural community group whose food bank was torched in a racist attack has smashed initial targets.
A new partnership between a UK defence firm and the Indian government has been described as having the potential to create new jobs at a Belfast plant.
A dissident republican has failed in a bid to overturn her conviction for attempting to murder police officers and has instead had her sentence increased to 25 years.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister has defended her party’s support of a post-primary transfer test going ahead, saying it will protect parental choice.
Some leading grammar schools have abandoned plans for a test to select pupils amid another pandemic stand-off between Northern Ireland’s political leaders.
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James Nesbitt is set to star in a new crime drama set in Northern Ireland.
Aberdeen airport hit back at Which? survey naming it Scotland’s worst airport for fifth year in a row
Bosses at Aberdeen International Airport have today slammed a survey calling it the worst in Scotland.
An airline is to axe a route serving Aberdeen's airport, while another firm has cut flights, the Evening Express can reveal.
Five institutions engaged in “vital” work have been shortlisted for the £100,000 Museum of the Year prize.
Inside the 100 year-old St Anne’s Cathedral in the heart of Belfast there was standing room only 45 minutes before the funeral of Lyra McKee was due to start.
Game Of Thrones fans will have the chance to see the show’s famous throne as part of a major new exhibition.
An employee at an Aberdeen petrol station took the 27-year-old’s keys and contacted police.