NI joins world in remembering Holocaust
Published: Tuesday, 27 January 2015
Commemorations have been held around the world to mark 70 years since the liberation of the Nazi-run death camp Auschwitz and to remember the millions of people killed in the Holocaust.
McCollum 'may serve shorter sentence'
Published: Tuesday, 27 January 2015
Peru drugs mule Michaela McCollum's jail sentence could be shortened if she is returned to Northern Ireland, it has been revealed.
Shot missionary gives thanks for prayers
Published: Tuesday, 27 January 2015
The 75-year-old Co Tyrone missionary who was shot in the Democratic Republic of Congo has thanked those who offered their prayers and support in the wake of the incident.
26 Irish arrests over Oz con
Published: Friday, 23 January 2015
An Australian pensioner who was allegedly conned out of his life savings by a gang from Ireland has said he feels ashamed that he was duped.
'One punch' attack accused in court
Published: Tuesday, 20 January 2015
A Co Antrim man accused of an alleged 'one punch' attack on his brother in Sydney - which left him critically ill in hospital - has appeared in court in Australia.
Woman tested for Ebola in England
Published: Wednesday, 14 January 2015
Northampton General Hospital is treating a woman who is suspected of having Ebola.
From Donegal to Death Road
Published: Tuesday, 13 January 2015
Two mechanics and a wedding photographer have shown UTV what it is like to tackle the world's most dangerous roads, having swapped Donegal for the Dalton Highway in Alaska and Death Road in Boliva.
New Belfast to Italy route
Published: Tuesday, 13 January 2015
Budget airline Jet2 is launching a new route from Belfast International Airport to Verona.
Fox News expert says sorry to Birmingham
Published: Monday, 12 January 2015
An American news commentator billed as an "internationally recognised expert on terrorism and national security" has apologised to the UK city of Birmingham after being ridiculed on Twitter.
World leaders take part in Paris rally
Published: Sunday, 11 January 2015
Prime Minister David Cameron and Taoiseach Enda Kenny were among world leaders who took part in a unity rally in Paris - the largest in France's history - following terror attacks in the city.
Woman on the run in French terror hunt
Published: Saturday, 10 January 2015
Police in France are hunting for the partner of one of three men responsible for one of the country's worst terrorist attacks in decades.
Unity appeal from French president
Published: Friday, 09 January 2015
French President François Hollande has called for his people to remain vigilant following the gun attack on a satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the resulting three day siege.
Sydney punch victim wakes from coma
Published: Friday, 09 January 2015
A Co Antrim man, who was critically injured in an alleged one-punch attack in Sydney, has woken from his coma, according to Australian media.
NI vigils after French terror attack
Published: Thursday, 08 January 2015
Journalists and human rights campaigners have held vigils in Belfast and Londonderry in the wake of the terror attack which killed 12 people at the headquarters of French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo.
Suspects identified in French gun attack
Published: Wednesday, 07 January 2015
French police have identified three suspects thought to be involved in the attack on a Paris satirical magazine which left 12 people dead.
McCollum approved for NI jail transfer
Published: Wednesday, 07 January 2015
Peru drugs mule Michaella McCollum's transfer to a Northern Ireland jail has been given the go-ahead by the head of the prison service in Belfast.
Mascot steals rival fan's girlfriend
Published: Tuesday, 06 January 2015
More than one million people have been watching the moment the mascot for the Chicago Bulls basketball team appeared to steal the girlfriend of a grumpy Boston Celtics fans live on 'kiss cam'.
Prayers said for nurse shot in Congo
Published: Tuesday, 06 January 2015
Prayers have been said for the Co Tyrone missionary who was injured in a shooting in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Tyrone missionary shot in Congo
Published: Monday, 05 January 2015
A Co Tyrone woman, working as a missionary in Africa, has been shot twice by armed robbers at her home in the Congo.
Brother attack accused bailed in Australia
Published: Monday, 05 January 2015
A man from Co Antrim has been granted bail at an Australian court over the alleged “one-punch” attack in Sydney which has left his brother in a critical condition in hospital.
Irishman dies in New Zealand crash
Published: Sunday, 04 January 2015
An Irishman has died following a road accident in New Zealand.
UK nurse with Ebola now critically ill
Published: Saturday, 03 January 2015
A nurse being treated for Ebola at a hospital in north London is now critically ill.
NI man critical after punch in Sydney
Published: Saturday, 03 January 2015
A man from Northern Ireland is in a critical condition in hospital in Australia after he was allegedly punched by his own brother.
US clothing firm defends 'IRA' brand
Published: Friday, 02 January 2015
A US firm, which provides safety clothing for skaters, has had to speak out about its choice of name after coming in for criticism on Twitter over the 'IRA Apparel' brand and subsequent hashtag #IRA.
Ebola nurse checked repeatedly at airport
Published: Wednesday, 31 December 2014
It has emerged that a nurse being treated for Ebola in a London hospital was checked seven times at Heathrow before flying onwards to Glasgow.
Ebola patient arrives at London hospital
Published: Tuesday, 30 December 2014
A health worker diagnosed with Ebola after returning to Glasgow from Sierra Leone has arrived at a London hospital for specialist treatment.
The Interview stars live-tweet screening
Published: Sunday, 28 December 2014
Seth Rogen and James Franco made a screening of The Interview interactive by live-tweeting with fans while watching the controversial film on Sunday.
NI 2014: A cycle of uncertainty
Published: Wednesday, 24 December 2014
As the year draws to a close, we look back on Northern Ireland's 2014 - from the hard-hitting headlines, to the simple stories that captured the imagination, and the people at the heart of it all.
McCartney plans song about police killings
Published: Friday, 19 December 2014
Sir Paul McCartney wants to write a song about the recent police shootings in the US.
Derry man 'attended suicide bomb camp'
Published: Friday, 19 December 2014
Suicide bomb training is provided at camps like the one allegedly attended by a man from Londonderry, the High Court has heard.
Non-EU wife 'does not need UK visa'
Published: Thursday, 18 December 2014
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the Colombian wife of a British-Irish citizen should be allowed to come to the UK from their home in Spain without a travel visa.
NI woman 'petrified' during Sydney siege
Published: Tuesday, 16 December 2014
A Strabane woman has recalled the moment Sydney went into lockdown amid a terrorist attack.
Gerry Adams barred from Gaza
Published: Friday, 05 December 2014
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has been refused entry into Gaza by Israeli authorities.
Gok Wan's continental Christmas trips
Published: Tuesday, 02 December 2014
Fashionista Gok Wan continues his globe-trotting to show how you can inject some glamour into the run-up to Christmas with a continental shopping trip - and this time he visits Budapest in Hungary.
Ryan Lewis honours mum on World AIDS Day
Published: Tuesday, 02 December 2014
Grammy Award-winning producer Ryan Lewis paid a touching tribute to his mum, who is HIV-positive, in honour of World AIDS Day on Monday.

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