Mary Lou McDonald has used a speech at the centenary celebration for the first female MP to reaffirm her party’s stance on abstentionism.
The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has penned an open letter seeking to assure citizens that the draft Brexit deal is not a threat to rights or the Union.
The Government’s confidence and supply agreement with the DUP continues, Theresa May’s effective deputy has said.
Two thirds of ex-prisoners with conflict-related convictions are still unemployed 20 years after the Good Friday Agreement, an academic said.
The case against a man accused of sexually assaulting a weeks-old baby in Northern Ireland has been adjourned until January 2.
Long before Brexit was even a word (let alone the epoch-making political event that lies round the corner), David Lidington was holding forth in a smart restaurant in Belfast.
Nine out of ten GPs in Northern Ireland are concerned that increased workloads this winter will affect their ability to care for patients.
Police have condemned the killing of a man outside a school in west Belfast as a “disgraceful murder”.
One of Ireland’s chief negotiators has said after the EU accepted the Brexit draft proposals there was a collective sense of melancholy in Brussels.
Theresa May’s minority Government allies would not repay the £1 billion funding deal given to Northern Ireland under a “confidence and supply” arrangement if their pact ended, the DUP’s Brexit spokesman has said.
Construction of a new dual carriageway between Londonderry and Aughnacloy could begin late next year, the Infrastructure Department said.
Footballer James McClean has paid for a group of homeless people from his home town to stay at a hotel.
Cases of child cruelty and neglect in Northern Ireland have increased by almost 350% over the last five years, figures suggest.
The people of Northern Ireland “want the Government to get on with it” and deliver the best EU deal for them, the Secretary of State has said.
A former soldier has apologised to the family of a man he shot dead in “a mad 30 seconds” in Belfast almost 50 years ago during a new inquest into his death.
Gareth Southgate greeted England’s relatively kind Euro 2020 qualification draw in Dublin on Sunday by challenging his team to win the entire tournament.
England appear to have been granted a comfortable-looking passage to Euro 2020.
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will discover just how tricky a route they face to Euro 2020 when the qualifying draw takes place in Dublin on Sunday.
Tributes have been paid to a married father who was killed when a car fleeing Irish police crashed into his vehicle.
The Prime Minister has faced calls to deliver certainty on Brexit as she met businesses in Northern Ireland.
A stunning vision for multi-billion-pound bridges between Scotland and Northern Ireland has received the backing of some of the UK's top politicians.
Jamie Dornan refused to pick sides growing up in the shadow of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
The number of emergency hospital admissions in Northern Ireland is expected to rise by around 13,000 by the middle of the next decade unless patterns change, an official report said.
Northern Ireland’s four pro-Remain parties have insisted they speak for the majority in the region.
Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale has given her support to the decriminalisation of abortion in Northern Ireland.
More than £8 million in salaries has been paid to members of Stormont’s suspended devolved Assembly, the Northern Ireland Secretary said.
The DUP has warned the Government it faces a “rude awakening” over its draft EU withdrawal deal.
Academics in the north-east have introduced a contemporary PhD to help doctorate students with their future careers.
Jamie Dornan has said he gets recognised in Belfast more than anywhere else and avoids certain areas of the city because his drunken fans can be “a bit hands on”.
The public should be excluded from serious sex trials as part of a radical overhaul in Northern Ireland, a retired senior judge proposed.
Many victims of serious sexual crime in Northern Ireland believed myths surrounding rape, a retired senior judge probing the issue said.
Steven Davis reckons he has never known a run of bad luck like that experienced by Northern Ireland in the Nations League.