Trees to solve Cave Hill 'foxhunt' row
Published: Thursday, 28 November 2013
Conservationists and mountain bikers, who had been at odds over the use of Cave Hill for a downhill chase, are joining forces to plant a 1,000-strong native tree copse on the north Belfast landmark.
New year decision on Exploris closure
Published: Thursday, 21 November 2013
A decision by Ards Borough Council on whether to close the Exploris aquarium has been put off for another two months after funding was proposed from the Department of Environment.
Madonna calls for charity activists' release
Published: Sunday, 17 November 2013
Madonna has become the latest star to call for the release of a group of Greenpeace protesters incarcerated in Russia.
Vandals 'blight of Lagan Towpath'
Published: Wednesday, 13 November 2013
Vandals who damaged and defaced property along the scenic Lagan Towpath have been told to "have some consideration for others".
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.
Farmers welcome national parks decision
Published: Tuesday, 12 November 2013
Farmers will be relieved by Environment Minister Mark H Durkan’s decision to not take legislation for national parks forward, according to Ulster Farmers’ Union President Harry Sinclair.
Major toxic waste find in Co Armagh
Published: Thursday, 31 October 2013
Twenty tonnes of toxic waste have been uncovered in south Armagh by officials investigating an illicit fuel plant.

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...

Lynda Bellingham: 1948-2014
Mon 20 October 2014
Ryder Cup 2014 - Day One
Fri 26 September 2014
The X Factor: Judges
Fri 03 October 2014
1 2 3