Northern Ireland’s strict abortion law breaches the UK’s human rights commitments, the High Court in Belfast has ruled.
Harland and Wolff employees have returned to work after the sale of the closure-threatened shipyard.
A closure-threatened Belfast shipyard famed for building the Titanic has been saved.
Wrightbus workers face a struggle to house their families, one former employee has said.
The Court of Appeal in Belfast has dismissed an application that the UK Government’s Brexit policy will damage the Northern Ireland peace process.
The mother of a pizza delivery driver shot dead in Belfast has vowed to keep fighting for justice.
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.
Anti-Brexit activists gathered outside City Hall in Belfast to protest against the suspension of Parliament.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has remained tight-lipped on her views of the decision to suspend Parliament on a visit to Belfast.
A man has appeared in court in Belfast accused of trying to meet a child after a grooming attempt.
The UK Government has been urged to support the unpaid workforce at the closure-threatened Harland and Wolff shipyard while potential rescue bids are firmed up.
An attack on a man in Belfast described as a “paramilitary-style shooting” has been condemned.
Two bids to buy Belfast’s struggling shipyard are “valid and credible”, the local MP has said.
Police should have intervened earlier in a bonfire dispute that ended in violent clashes in a republican neighbourhood in Belfast, Gerry Adams has said.
Several potential bidders have expressed an interest in buying crisis-hit Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff, its administrators have said.
An 18-year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital after being stabbed at the site of a controversial bonfire in Belfast.
Police retreated from a confrontation at a Belfast bonfire site over concerns innocent bystanders could be hurt, a senior commander has said.
Violence which injured three police officers in Northern Ireland was probably orchestrated by dissident republicans, a senior police commander said.
Workers at the Harland and Wolff shipyard are fighting on to save it, even as the historic firm enters administration.
A “freak accident” has forced Belfast boxer Carl Frampton to pull out of his scheduled bout against Emmanuel Dominguez.
The Belfast shipyard which built the “unsinkable” Titanic faces an uncertain future.
A man was bundled out of court after hurling abuse and accusations at a defendant accused of causing the death of a funeral mourner in Northern Ireland.
Workers at a closure-threatened shipyard in Belfast have voted to continue their occupation of the site.
A 70-year-old man has died after a stolen car hit pedestrians outside Belfast City Cemetery, the PSNI has confirmed.
Three people attending a funeral have been injured after a car hit pedestrians outside Belfast City Cemetery.
Two men have been injured after a car hit pedestrians outside Belfast City Cemetery, police said.
Belfast Lord Mayor John Finucane has received the first Pride flag that will fly from City Hall.
Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith has requested an internal review of a decision to remove a portrait of the Queen from Stormont House.
Belfast shipyard workers have made impassioned appeals to save their industry as they addressed an emergency council meeting on the threatened closure of the famous Harland and Wolff yard.
BBC Northern Ireland has moved to address controversy around staff members attending Belfast Pride by insisting the broadcaster is not participating corporately.