Fewer winter birds at Lough Neagh
Published: Wednesday, 13 November 2013
The winter bird population at Lough Neagh has declined by more than three quarters, according to researchers at Queen's University, Belfast.
Concerns over illegal meat plant
Published: Tuesday, 12 November 2013
Authorities in the Republic of Ireland have said they are concerned an illegal meat plant may be in operation after dumped animal carcasses were discovered near the border.
Seven dogs 'used for hunting' put down
Published: Tuesday, 12 November 2013
Seven terrier-type dogs, believed to have been used for hunting, have had to be put down due to their injuries in Co Armagh.
Zoo's baby red squirrel 'first for NI'
Published: Friday, 08 November 2013
In a conservation first for Northern Ireland, a baby red squirrel has been born at Belfast Zoo.
No more monkey business for zoo escapee
Published: Friday, 01 November 2013
All six of Belfast Zoo's lion-tailed macaques are to be reunited, after the final escapee was returned home following a sighting by a member of the public.
60 feral cats to be moved from seafront
Published: Wednesday, 30 October 2013
Around 60 feral cats who have settled at Bangor’s seafront are to be rehomed to make way for redevelopment in the area.

Watch News on UTV

UTV main logo
UTV Live
24 October - 6:00 pm

UTV Live

Dissident republicans have been accused of at...

Good Morning Britain
24 October - 6:00 am

Good Morning Britain

Breakfast show with the latest news, sport an...

MOST POPULAR GALLERIES
Lynda Bellingham: 1948-2014
Mon 20 October 2014
Ryder Cup 2014 - Day One
Fri 26 September 2014
NI v Greece
Tue 14 October 2014
1 2 3 4