A childcare group which helped catapult parents into education and well-paid jobs faces closure if funding is not renewed because of the Stormont impasse.
A voluntary childcare organisation has helped transform the lives of some of its users.
An area of west Belfast where a prominent police station once stood has been named after two local women who campaigned against the use of plastic bullets.
Excessive waits in emergency departments in Northern Ireland have decreased this winter despite more people attending for treatment, figures indicate.
A Northern Irish cancer charity gave children who lost their mother the skills and resilience to go on, their father has said.
Millions of UK motorists wanting to drive in the EU will need to arrange extra documentation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.
Demand for food banks could increase in 2020 when welfare changes are introduced, the Northern Ireland Audit Office has warned.
Homeless people are 20 times more likely to die from drug misuse, health authorities in Northern Ireland said.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says the EU is no “no mood” to change the Withdrawal Agreement significantly after Theresa May’s defeat in Westminster on Tuesday.
Van Morrison bade farewell to his old friend with a song as the funeral of “inspirational” Ulster historian and politician Dr Ian Adamson was held in Northern Ireland.
Around 45,000 properties in Northern Ireland are at risk of flooding as the country braces for stormier and more extreme weather, a report said.
Many young people facing a debt of up to £100,000 are declining to study medicine due to financial reasons, the British Medical Association (BMA) said.
Karen Bradley has cast doubt on whether £300 million of Government funding for peacebuilding in Northern Ireland could be delivered if there is a no-deal Brexit.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has insisted the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is the “best thing” for the future of the Union.
The UK Government has confirmed it will spend £300 million supporting EU-backed peace projects in Northern Ireland as part of its commitments under the Brexit deal.
The DUP has refused to give ground on its border backstop opposition during a “robust and very frank” meeting with Ireland’s deputy premier.
The civil service in Northern Ireland is seeking volunteers to oversee fuel distribution in the event of an emergency.
A new science exhibition in Northern Ireland has detailed some of the 100,000 kilometres of blood vessels in the human body.
Leading voices in the business sector have warned firms in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland not to be complacent that a Brexit deal will be agreed.
A teachers’ union official has called for a major review of the education system in Northern Ireland.
The Government has pledged to give the Stormont Assembly a “strong role” in the triggering and operation of the contentious border backstop.
Half of Northern Ireland’s business owners believe the lack of Stormont powersharing will hinder them this year, a survey has suggested.
Skilled migrant visas should be available for much lower salaries in Northern Ireland after Brexit because of the low-wage economy, a business leader said.
Parents are buying about £60 worth of supplies per school child every month to plug an education funding gap following the collapse of Stormont powersharing, a principal said.
The number of excess winter deaths in Northern Ireland has more than doubled since 2015.
A survivor of clerical child sex abuse in Northern Ireland, who said she felt “interrogated” by the benefits system, has been awarded state payments.
A coroner has found neither direct nor indirect collusion between the security forces and loyalists in the 1994 murder of a pensioner in Co Tyrone.
A police commander in Northern Ireland has said he does not expect to need reinforcements from other police forces this year to deal with a no-deal Brexit.
Though prices at the petrol pump fell for the second consecutive month in December, fuel is still too expensive, the RAC’s Fuel Watch service says.
The draft EU Withdrawal Agreement flies in the face of Government commitments on Northern Ireland, Nigel Dodds has said.