The fall of proposed legislation compensating survivors of child clerical abuse in Northern Ireland following suspension of Parliament would be a cruel blow, a campaigner has said.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has remained tight-lipped on her views of the decision to suspend Parliament on a visit to Belfast.
The Prime Minister is behaving like a “tin-pot dictator” in suspending Parliament, nationalists in Northern Ireland have claimed.
Kyle Lafferty has been left out of Northern Ireland’s squad for next month’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Germany and the preceding friendly against Luxembourg following his move to Norwegian club Sarpsborg this week.
Ross County defender Callum Morris has been called into the Northern Ireland squad for their upcoming EURO 2020 qualifying double header against Luxembourg and Germany.
A man was gunned down following a “long-standing” criminal gang feud involving drugs in Northern Ireland, a detective has said.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has warned Stormont’s rowing politicians there are “no more excuses” for failing to restore powersharing.
Northern Ireland’s political leaders have clashed over Boris Johnson’s claim that the backstop will damage the peace process.
One of the most senior police officers in Northern Ireland has urged action to move society forward following the latest terrorist attack.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill has called Oliver Norwood’s decision to retire from international football “premature” and “a huge mistake”.
Rainfall across the UK is already above the national average for August, with more on its way ahead of a heatwave this weekend.
An explosive device has detonated in Co Fermanagh as police and Army bomb disposal officers were searching the area.
George RR Martin has said real-world success distracted him from crafting his fictional universe and he needs to return to his writing room.
A man whose father was shot dead by the IRA as he walked home described the presence of the British Army on the streets of Northern Ireland as “reassuring”.
The daughter of a Catholic woman who welcomed the arrival of British soldiers in Northern Ireland said she was shot dead by the Army months after serving them tea and sandwiches at her family home.
Police have defended their handling of a loyalist flute band that paraded close to the scene of Bloody Sunday with a Parachute Regiment symbol on their uniforms.
Police and members of a Protestant loyal order came under attack by petrol bombers in a night of unrest in Londonderry.
A man is due to appear in court over the murder of a postal worker in 1994.
A no-deal Brexit will not enable the UK to leapfrog unresolved issues to negotiate a free trade agreement with the EU, Ireland’s premier has warned.
Boris Johnson could be the prime minister who provides the “catalyst” for the break-up of the United Kingdom, an academic has claimed.
Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith has been urged to reinstate a portrait of the Queen at Stormont House.
The Prime Minister has been challenged to spend a fraction of his no-deal Brexit fund saving a closure-threatened shipyard in Belfast.
Boris Johnson was warned not be the DUP’s gopher as he faced claims of bias on his first visit to Northern Ireland as Prime Minister.
The Irish Taoiseach is engaging in “project fear”-style rhetoric over a united Ireland after Brexit, the DUP leader said.
Boris Johnson has insisted a dinner with the DUP has not undermined his impartiality in efforts to restore Stormont powersharing.
The Prime Minister must call a border poll in the event of a hard border following Brexit, the Sinn Fein president has said.
Boris Johnson could have to legislate for Northern Ireland to be placed under direct rule from Westminster if the Stormont Assembly is not up and running at the time of Brexit.
The cobbled streets of Dublin, kissing the Blarney Stone, Giant’s Causeway: the island of Ireland’s most popular attractions are justly celebrated.
Northern Ireland’s new Secretary of State has pledged to “push as hard as I possibly can” to make progress in the talks to revive Stormont.
Northern Ireland’s political parties have urged the new Secretary of State to act over compensation for abuse victims.
Former Government chief whip Julian Smith has been appointed the new Northern Ireland Secretary.
The DUP has welcomed the victory of “committed Unionist” Boris Johnson in the race to become the next prime minister.