Two men have been arrested following the murder of an East Belfast community worker.
The controversial backstop will be on the agenda when Theresa May heads to Brussels after MPs backed an amendment to replace the plan with “alternative arrangements”.
Stormont Assembly members have received more than £10 million in salaries and other contributions since powersharing collapsed.
Housing and office development will be halted across large parts of Northern Ireland by further deterioration in the sewers, builders have warned.
Britain will be “less safe” if it leaves the EU without a deal with Brussels, a former head of MI5 has warned.
The DUP have been urged to “see the benefits” of the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal for Northern Ireland by a delegation from the country’s business, farming, trade union, community and voluntary sectors.
The victim of a “horrific” murder in a busy street in Belfast has been named locally as Ian Ogle.
An escapee red panda recaptured on a Belfast driveway is a cheeky explorer, her relieved zookeeper has admitted.
Representatives from Northern Ireland’s business, farming, trade union, community and voluntary sectors are travelling to London to urge political party leaders to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
A university professor has accused the Democratic Unionist Party of “running around Europe” attempting to self-harm Northern Ireland.
Hundreds of people have gathered at Stormont to protest over the ongoing lack of devolved government in Northern Ireland.
A 12-year-old victim of sexual assault in Northern Ireland had to travel to England under police escort for an abortion, MPs have been told.
Doctors in Northern Ireland are not referring women for abortions in Great Britain because the step has not been tested in court, the country’s chief medical officer has said.
Over a hundred people turned out in Londonderry on Friday for a rally for peace after days of security alerts linked to paramilitary groups.
The House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee visited Northern Ireland on Thursday to speak to campaigners on both sides of the abortion debate.
A man has been charged with controlling prostitution for gain and trafficking within the UK for exploitation.
People in Northern Ireland who identify as Irish could become “second-class citizens” post-Brexit, human rights groups have claimed.
Twelve abortions were carried out in Northern Ireland last year, official statistics show.
Wintry weather has caused disruption across Northern Ireland with snow and sleet falling through the day.
A public services watchdog has proposed an investigation into the “significant” number of complaints about welfare reform in Northern Ireland.
A soldier who died from suspected suicide in Northern Ireland was “feeling down” after the deaths of colleagues in Afghanistan, witness testimony before an inquest disclosed.
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.