NI leaders in tribute to Nelson Mandela
Published: Friday, 06 December 2013
First Minister Peter Robinson and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness have led local tributes following the death of Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela dies aged 95
Published: Thursday, 05 December 2013
Iconic anti-apartheid revolutionary and the first black president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, has died at the age of 95.
McDowell to help lead EurAsia challenge
Published: Monday, 02 December 2013
Former US Open champion and Ryder Cup winner Graeme McDowell will help lead Team Europe's challenge at next year's inaugural EurAsia Cup in Malaysia.
NI leaders hold talks with Japan's PM
Published: Monday, 02 December 2013
First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness have held talks with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe.
Belfast digs deep for the Philippines
Published: Friday, 29 November 2013
Big hearted people of Belfast were thanked their generosity to the Philippines in the wake of the typhoon Haiyan disaster; however more help is still needed, aid agencies have said.
Will.i.am to revamp neigbourhood homes
Published: Wednesday, 27 November 2013
Rapper will.i.am is "on a mission" to improve the lives of low-income families in the community he called home as a kid after teaming up with bosses at eco-property developer Delos.
US urges citizens to be 'cautious' in NI
Published: Wednesday, 27 November 2013
US citizens have been urged by the US Consulate General in Belfast to exercise caution if visiting Northern Ireland, in light of heightened security tensions - including a recent bomb attack.
Sanctuary for domestic abuse survivors
Published: Sunday, 24 November 2013
A new multi-million pound complex of houses and apartments has opened in Londonderry providing safe, independent living facilities for victims of domestic abuse and their children.
America's tribute to Fr Alec Reid
Published: Saturday, 23 November 2013
The US government has described the late Fr Alec Reid, who passed away in a Dublin hospital on Friday morning, as having "deep faith and moral courage."
'Haiyan has devastated livelihoods'
Published: Tuesday, 19 November 2013
The Chief Executive of Concern has said that long-term relief in the Philippines will need to focus on rebuilding livelihoods in addition to initial emergency aid.
Arrests over international child abuse
Published: Thursday, 14 November 2013
Two men in the Republic of Ireland have been arrested as part of an international police operation against child abuse and exploitation.
Vietnamese gang link to £500k drugs find
Published: Thursday, 14 November 2013
A £500k cannabis factory uncovered above a village restaurant in Co Down is linked to a Vietnamese crime organisation operating across the UK, the High Court has heard.
NI Filipino hears mother is safe and well
Published: Wednesday, 13 November 2013
A Filipino woman living in Belfast, who had not heard from her mother in the Philippines since Typhoon Haiyan hit five days ago, has shared her great relief in hearing that she is alive and well.
Harlem Globetrotter slam dunk backfires
Published: Wednesday, 13 November 2013
One of the Harlem Globetrotters got more than he bargained for when he went for a slam dunk and brought down the hoop - shattering the backboard and splitting his head open in the process.
Belfast man flees Philippines typhoon
Published: Tuesday, 12 November 2013
A Belfast man living in the Philippines has told UTV about the moment he and his family were forced to flee their home due to the devastating Typhoon Haiyan which has claimed at least 1,700 lives.
FBI wanted man in Dublin court
Published: Tuesday, 12 November 2013
A man branded the largest facilitator of indecent images of children in the world by the FBI has been remanded in custody for a further two weeks.
'Miracle baby' born amid typhoon tragedy
Published: Monday, 11 November 2013
In the Philippine seaside city where at least 10,000 people are feared to have been killed by Typhoon Haiyan, a baby girl has been born against the odds - after her young mum was left clinging to a post to survive the floodwaters.
Aid workers struggle after typhoon hits
Published: Sunday, 10 November 2013
Aid agencies are struggling to reach the worst-affected areas of the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan which has killed thousands of people.
Skydivers defy death in mid-air crash
Published: Tuesday, 05 November 2013
Nine skydivers have escaped with their lives, after the two planes they were jumping from collided at 12,000 feet - with the subsequent fireball caught on the cameras attached to the divers' helmets.
Chicago court hears prison phone calls
Published: Wednesday, 23 October 2013
A court in Chicago has heard monitored prison phone calls that allegedly implicate a man accused of a vicious attack on a Co Armagh woman three years ago.
Police apology in 'Operation Irish' row
Published: Monday, 21 October 2013
A police force in Wales has had to issue an unreserved apology after being accused of racism by calling a programme to educate school children about dog mess 'Operation Irish'.
Victim describes bat attack on NI woman
Published: Thursday, 17 October 2013
A trial in Chicago has begun hearing evidence against a man charged with a baseball attack on two women, including Co Armagh exchange student Natasha McShane.
Following the trail of Amazing Grace
Published: Thursday, 17 October 2013
One of the world's best known hymns, Amazing Grace, which was borne out of a ship almost sinking off the north west coast, is becoming a bit of a tourist attraction.
'White Star Line' lifeboat restored in NI
Published: Wednesday, 16 October 2013
A lifeboat which is believed to have been made for the Titanic's owners, the White Star Line, has been recovered in England and restored in Northern Ireland.
Crimewatch callers 'name Maddie suspect'
Published: Tuesday, 15 October 2013
Hundreds of responses were made to a Crimewatch special appeal over Madeleine McCann - with a number of independent callers giving the same name for a potential suspect.
Arrest at Belfast city centre restaurant
Published: Monday, 14 October 2013
A Bangladeshi man has been arrested at a restaurant in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter on suspicion of working there illegally.
Fresh evidence 'vital' in Madeleine hunt
Published: Monday, 14 October 2013
E-fit images based on evidence from two witnesses are of "vital importance" in the ongoing hunt for missing Madeleine McCann, detectives have said.
Dick Turpin report in first News Letter
Published: Monday, 14 October 2013
A Belfast newspaper, the oldest in the world to be printed in English, has reproduced its 275-year-old first surviving edition - full of tales of horse thefts in Co Antrim, notorious highwayman Dick Turpin, and dispatches from the American colonies.
Nicole Scherzinger makes Malala gaffe
Published: Friday, 11 October 2013
Nicole Scherzinger was left red-faced during a red carpet interview in London this week after she was asked for her opinion on Pakistani school girl and education advocate Malala Yousafzai - and had no idea who she was.
Strike 'could affect NI air travellers'
Published: Wednesday, 09 October 2013
A planned strike by French air traffic controllers could affect thousands of passengers on Thursday, UK airlines are warning.
'No woman' in Kenya mall attack
Published: Sunday, 06 October 2013
Police in Kenya have confirmed they do not believe British woman Samantha Lewthwaite was involved last month's deadly terrorist attack.
'Relief' after guilty verdict in Turkey
Published: Wednesday, 02 October 2013
Relatives of two Co Down women savagely stabbed to death in Turkey two years ago say they are relieved after a waiter was found guilty of the double murder.
Man caught in RIRA arms sting freed
Published: Wednesday, 02 October 2013
A Co Louth man imprisoned in Lithuania after being caught in a gun running sting has been freed.
Peru pair may face six-month probe
Published: Wednesday, 02 October 2013
Drug mules Michaella McCollum Connolly and Melissa Reid could face a six-month investigation if their guilty pleas are not accepted, according to a prosecutor in Peru.
Families hope to hear Turkey verdict
Published: Tuesday, 01 October 2013
The families of two women who were murdered in Turkey are hoping to hear a verdict in the trial of a father and son charged with the double murder.

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