Only seminary in Northern Ireland to close The 185-year-old St Malachy's seminary opened just four years after Catholic Emancipation Catholic Herald 54 minutes ago
Doctors thought I would die - now I'm playing for Northern Ireland Eight years after coming within minutes of dying, Paul Cassidy is to play for Northern Ireland in the Cerebral Palsy European Championships. BBC News 1 hour ago
Former Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams calls on those who attacked his home to meet him and explain why they did it. The houses of Mr Adams and Sinn Fein figure Bobby Storey, were attacked with..
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Trump On British Baby Float
On Friday, ppponents of Donald Trump inflated a blimp depicting the U.S. president as an orange, snarling baby just outside the British parliament. Reuters reports that Trump, who arrived in Britain on..
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Trump blames Theresa May for 'wrecking' Brexit
U.S. President Donald Trump said a free trade deal with Britain might be impossible if it went ahead with Prime Minister Theresa May's proposals for post-Brexit ties with the European Union, in..
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Electrician accused of being part of gang who used Northern Ireland post to sell £860k of cannabis An electrician was allegedly part of a gang who used Northern Ireland's postal system to distribute up to £860,000 worth of cannabis, a court heard on Thursday. Belfast Telegraph 2 hours ago
DUP's Foster gets an apology from Ian Paisley but dodges question of support DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she has received a personal apology from Northern Ireland MP Ian Paisley after he was found to have breached parliamentary rules - but dodged a question as to if he.. Belfast Telegraph 3 hours ago Northern Ireland economy shrinks in first quarter of 2018 Official figures show a decline in output of 1% compared to the same period last year. BBC News 5 hours ago
EU calls for ramp-up in Brexit ‘no-deal’ preparations ‘No progress’ in talks on avoiding hard border in Northern Ireland, Brussels paper says FT.com 5 hours ago
LGBT community raises thousands for Northern Ireland’s Rainbow Project after their office was ransacked "People have been really generous. It's phenomenal." PinkNews 5 hours ago
Northern Ireland economy shrouded in gloom as output falls again The latest figures on the Northern Ireland economy show that growth has stagnated over the past two years as output continues to fall. Belfast Telegraph 5 hours ago Brexit pressure at the Northern Ireland border SeekingAlpha 5 hours ago Also reported by • FT.com
May visits Irish border as Dublin threatens to BLOCK planes from flying to the UK The Prime Minister is heading for Northern Ireland for talks with local businesses and residents as she seeks to shift the biggest obstacle to a deal with Brussels. MailOnline 6 hours ago
Three arrested after suspected gun found during Belfast car search Police in Northern Ireland have arrested three men and recovered a suspected firearm following the search of a car in Belfast Belfast Telegraph 7 hours ago
'Lack of progress' on Brexit issues It comes as the prime minister is due to arrive in Northern Ireland to visit the border. BBC News 8 hours ago
Northern Ireland drinks firm goes into administration A drinks company set up by one of Northern Ireland's best-known industry figures has gone into administration after financial difficulties, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. Belfast Telegraph 9 hours ago Jack Nicklaus-designed luxury golf course for Belfast A top-end multi-million pound luxury golf course designed by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus could be coming to Northern Ireland. Belfast Telegraph 9 hours ago
Northern Ireland chef who cooked for Harry and Meghan says Brexit a threat to industry Northern Ireland-born Michelin starred chef Clare Smyth - who organised the meals at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's evening wedding reception - has said she believes the Government is making a "pig's.. Belfast Telegraph 9 hours ago Northern Ireland's pro-Remain parties unite to urge flesh be put on the bones of Brexit 'guarantees' Leaders of Northern Ireland's pro-Remain parties have joined forces to call for more progress on a range of "unresolved" Brexit issues. Belfast Telegraph 9 hours ago Uproar in Northern Ireland court over teen's drug charge sentence The family of a Co Armagh schoolgirl who died from an ecstasy overdose reacted furiously in court as a teenager charged following her death was given community service. Belfast Telegraph 9 hours ago