A US diplomat is set to receive an award in Belfast for brokering the 1998 peace accord.
A former prison turned tourist attraction in Belfast has launched a new Troubles themed tour.
Negotiations are under way to “minimise the impact” of the storage of hundreds of wooden pallets at a Belfast leisure centre car park.
Drones should be properly integrated into traditional aviation’s mapping systems to avoid potentially deadly collisions, a standards expert said.
Ornate panelling from the Titanic’s sister ship will be sold in a historic auction next month.
A man has appeared in court in Belfast charged with a number of terror offences.
A man will appear in court in Belfast on Saturday charged with a number of terrorism offences.
Police have launched an investigation after a woman’s body was found in Belfast.
Belfast is set to be flooded with sailors from around the world this weekend after the arrival of three Nato warships.
Women are still not enjoying the same opportunities to make music in Northern Ireland as men, a talent development scout has said.
Highland bakery takes ‘full responsibility’ for labelling error which led to a four-year-old having a severe allergic reaction
A north bakery has said it takes "full responsibility" for a labelling omission after a four-year-old boy had a severe allergic reaction to one of its biscuits.
Game Of Thrones fans will have the chance to see the show’s famous throne as part of a major new exhibition.
A man who was arrested on suspicion of the murder of Belfast man Jim Donegan has been released.
A Belfast bean roaster represents Ireland in the World Coffee Championships next week.
North-east mum and small children take 10-hour trip to Belfast after Flybe axes their flight at last minute
A north-east mum and her two small children had to travel for 10 hours to reach Belfast after a struggling airline axed their flight at the eleventh hour due to a pilot shortage.
A former soldier has been challenged over evidence he gave to an inquest into the 1971 shooting of 10 people in Belfast.
Flybe has cancelled dozens of flights and announced it will stop flying jets from four airports.
Flybe workers in Northern Ireland are concerned about their futures, a union has said.
Flybe has claimed that a combination of factors - including an abundance of pilots booking holidays from work at the same time - are responsible for a string of flight cancellations this morning.
A would-be robber bit off part of a man’s earlobe at a shop in Belfast.
A new power station providing electricity for more than half a million homes and businesses is to be built in Northern Ireland.
A teenager found dead in a car in the grounds of a hospital after apparently being driven from a crash scene was a bright young girl with her whole life ahead of her, her devastated parents have said.
Police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old girl after her body was found near Belfast City Hospital.
Rock frontman Cormac Neeson has said discovering his son had Down Syndrome was an “earth-shattering” moment.
The Answer frontman Cormac Neeson has said the rock lifestyle can have an impact on mental health which leaves its stars feeling empty and isolated.
A vigil has taken place in Belfast following news that one soldier will be prosecuted over the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry.
In the last eight years, Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service has taken prosecutorial decisions in 26 cases related to the Troubles, and three of these involve soldiers.
A man has been charged with the murder of a grandmother in Belfast.
A man aged 40 has been arrested as part of the Ian Ogle murder investigation.
Most if not all those killed following gunfire by soldiers during a pitched battle in west Belfast were not in the IRA, a retired army general said.
The sister of a man shot dead by the Army has urged the Northern Ireland Secretary to resign.
Families bereaved by security force violence have met Karen Bradley to express concern about her controversial comments on state killings.