Curragh racers take to River Foyle
Published: Monday, 13 May 2013
The River Foyle is known for its rich maritime history, but traditional Irish boats curraghs have never been launched on it - until now.
Power restored to Co Down homes
Published: Sunday, 12 May 2013
Power has been restored to almost 800 homes in Saintfield, Co Down.
Possible bird flu link to swan deaths
Published: Friday, 10 May 2013
Veterinary scientists in the Republic are examining the possibility that bird flu may have killed over 30 swans at a Co Donegal lake.
Farmer claims 'no potatoes left in NI'
Published: Friday, 10 May 2013
A Limavady potato farmer has blamed recent radical changes in the weather for sending the price of a spud soaring and has claimed there are "no potatoes left in Northern Ireland".
Mournes' pine marten facing extinction
Published: Thursday, 09 May 2013
One of the rarest wildlife species in Northern Ireland, the pine marten, may be facing extinction in the Mourne Mountains of Co Down.
Go ahead for Armagh gaol to be hotel
Published: Wednesday, 08 May 2013
The green light has been given for the former Armagh Gaol to be turned into a four star luxury hotel.
Derelict north coast ‘eyesore’ demolished
Published: Tuesday, 30 April 2013
The derelict site of a former hotel in Portstewart has been demolished, after lying empty for many years.
Demand drops sharply for plastic bags
Published: Monday, 29 April 2013
Stores are reporting a sharp drop in requests for plastic bags three weeks after the introduction of a five pence levy in Northern Ireland.
Funds for Enniskillen G8 facelift
Published: Monday, 29 April 2013
More money has been provided by the Executive to rejuvenate Enniskillen town centre ahead of the G8 summit this summer.
Public involved in Divis dig
Published: Saturday, 27 April 2013
Archaeologists hope the first ever public dig on Divis Mountain could reveal more about the history of the site.
£800k paid in advance for A5 land
Published: Friday, 26 April 2013
The Department for Regional Development has paid out nearly £800,000 to landowners in advance of the A5 road project, which was scrapped this month after a High Court ruling.
Schools dig in to Belfast Hills history
Published: Friday, 26 April 2013
Local schoolchildren are getting their hands dirty by digging up Divis Mountain as part of a community archaeology project.
Maze revamp will be 'shrine to peace'
Published: Wednesday, 24 April 2013
First Minister Peter Robinson has dismissed claims the Maze redevelopment will become a terrorist shrine as "scaremongering garbage".

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