Arlene Foster has warned Sinn Fein that the restoration of devolution is “no game”.
Sinn Fein accused the UK Government of indulging in a sham merry-go-round after a meeting to take stock of Stormont’s powersharing crisis failed to chart a way forward.
Relations between Westminster and Brussels are under increased strain after European Council president Donald Tusk said there will be “a special place in hell” for people who promoted Brexit without any plan for delivering it.
There will be “a special place in hell” for those who promoted Brexit without any plan for how to deliver it safely, European Council president Donald Tusk has said.
The Prime Minister has begun a round of meetings with Northern Ireland’s political leaders as she strives for a breakthrough on the Irish backstop impasse.
The main pro-Remain parties in Northern Ireland have again joined forces, this time accusing the UK Government of an “enormous act of bad faith” over the border backstop.
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.
The first meeting of the newly reconstituted Northern Ireland Policing Board was dominated by last weekend’s car bomb attack in Londonderry.
Nationalist parties north and south of the Irish border have launched an “historic” partnership aimed at unfreezing the Stormont deadlock.
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.
Westminster has been urged to legislate to allow same sex marriage in Northern Ireland.
The Government has pledged to give the Stormont Assembly a “strong role” in the triggering and operation of the contentious border backstop.
Half of Northern Ireland’s business owners believe the lack of Stormont powersharing will hinder them this year, a survey has suggested.
New teachers in Northern Ireland are the worst paid in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, unions have claimed.
The Good Friday peace agreement could become unsalvageable, Sinn Fein has said.
Parents are buying about £60 worth of supplies per school child every month to plug an education funding gap following the collapse of Stormont powersharing, a principal said.
An Enniskillen father-of-four who undertook an epic walk across Northern Ireland in protest over the lack of a functioning government said he did it for his children.
The defunct Northern Ireland Assembly is spending £360,000 on policing services every year.
Northern Ireland’s energy regulator has laid the blame for a botched green energy scheme at the door of the former Stormont department that designed it.
Questions have been raised over the “approach to transparency” of Northern Ireland’s gas and electricity regulator.
An inquiry into a botched green energy scheme which sparked a political row that contributed to the collapse of powersharing government in Northern Ireland has begun hearing final submissions.
Families impacted by organ donation have urged people to discuss their wishes with relatives as new funds to promote the life-saving decision were announced.
The lack of devolved government in Northern Ireland is hampering efforts to transform the region’s peace walls, according to the chairman of the International Fund for Ireland.
Mary Lou McDonald has used a speech at the centenary celebration for the first female MP to reaffirm her party’s stance on abstentionism.
A group of young people have voiced frustration and anger at the “democratic deficit” in Northern Ireland.
Construction of a new dual carriageway between Londonderry and Aughnacloy could begin late next year, the Infrastructure Department said.
Karen Bradley has faced robust questions in a Northern Ireland housing estate as local women voiced anger and frustration about Brexit and the Stormont impasse.
The Government is to set out its analysis of the economic impact of Brexit as Theresa May battles to save her deal for leaving the European Union.
Health service staff in Northern Ireland would receive a pay cap-busting 3% increase under an offer made to unions.
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has told MPs he believes a deal to restore power-sharing at Stormont "remains achievable".