Stormont ministers will enjoy their biggest spending increase for a decade next year.
Stormont’s leaders have defended the time they are taking to agree Northern Ireland’s coronavirus enforcement regulations and guidance.
Stormont ministers have agreed to introduce a package of measures in an effort to delay the spread of Covid-19.
A public inquiry into a botched green energy scheme which brought down Northern Ireland’s Government is due to publish its findings later.
Former Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith has said the Prime Minister read and signed off the deal that restored the powersharing administration at Stormont.
Funding for a proposed bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland should be sent to Holyrood and Stormont instead, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The British Government needs to quickly deliver on its financial promises to back up renewed powersharing in Northern Ireland, Michelle O’Neill said.
The moment the UK officially left the EU was marked with cheers and the singing of God Save The Queen at the gates of Northern Ireland’s seat of government.
Focus centred on future trading relations on the island of Ireland as opponents and supporters of Brexit prepared to mark the UK’s exit from the EU.
Brexit Day is expected to be greeted with both protests and some celebrations on the island of Ireland.
Civil service pay in Northern Ireland is going “backwards”, striking workers said.
Stormont’s finance minister has said he received a “warm” reception when he met a senior Treasury minister to discuss extra funding for Northern Ireland.
Leaders of the five main Stormont parties have jointly asked for an assembly members’ pay rise to be deferred.
The devolved parliament in Belfast has rejected the Government’s EU withdrawal plan.
Special advisers at Stormont will face greater levels of accountability as well as a reduction in the maximum salary they can receive.
Nurses have suspended strike action over pay in the first major coup for restored power-sharing at Stormont.
“Extravagant” Irish language funding should be redirected to health following disappointment over the British Government’s financial package, a critic of Northern Ireland powersharing has said.
Stormont’s Finance Minister has said he “cannot and will not” accept a funding package announced by the UK Government.
Nurses have praised “real progress” after Northern Ireland’s new health minister pledged to restore pay parity with England this year and next.
The “starkly negative” impact of the collapse of Stormont powersharing should be quickly reversed, business leaders said.
Tackling long waiting lists for health treatment will be among the first priorities of the new Northern Ireland devolved administration, the Deputy First Minister has said.
A senior Democratic Unionist is to spearhead scrutiny of Northern Ireland’s public finances.
The Prime Minister has hailed the “wonderful” compromise that triggered the return of powersharing in Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson has met Stormont’s newly-appointed leaders for talks set to focus on how much the Government will stump up to support the return of devolution.
Legacy mechanisms to deal with Northern Ireland’s troubled past are about establishing the truth, not apportioning blame, Simon Coveney has said.
As she rose from her seat having been restored to the role she lost so dramatically three years ago, Arlene Foster was embraced by a party colleague.
Northern Ireland’s smaller parties pledged their commitment to making the Stormont Assembly work, despite an “imperfect” draft deal.
New Health Minister Robin Swann has urged Secretary of State Julian Smith to “step up for the people of Northern Ireland”.
Ministers have been appointed to Stormont’s coalition executive after powersharing returned to Northern Ireland.
Powersharing is returning to Northern Ireland after Sinn Fein joined the DUP in backing a deal to re-enter devolved government together.