Shopping centre owner Hammerson has sold up its out-of-town shopping centres in Britain and the North for a total of £400m (€477m).
An explosive device has been found outside the home of a brother of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane, Sinn Féin said.
A man was shot during a “merciless” attack in a house with four children inside, police said.
Two pipe bombs have been found following a security alert in Derry.
One of two people stabbed to death in Belfast has been laid to rest.
The political ground has shifted in the North since last Thursday’s election.
Voting is continuing in the final hour of this year’s General Election.
The man, in his 40s, was attacked while making a delivery in the Seaview Drive area on Monday night.
A banner against a Sinn Fein election candidate and his family has been taken down in North Belfast.
It is not necessary to be a pessimist much less a fatalist to feel we are living through a moment of great change, a moment of great reversal.
The teenager and some friends were walking in the area when fireworks were thrown at them by a group of youths.
The vehicle was travelling along the Antrim Road near the Co-Op shop at around midday on Thursday.
Detectives believe it was to be used by dissident republicans to try and kill police and that it could fire a high calibre round.
A no-deal Brexit would cause chaos in Northern Ireland, a legal challenge in Belfast heard.
The incident involving the Belfast Model schoolboy happened in Ardoyne.
A man has appeared in court charged with motoring offences the day after he was released from hospital.
Anti-terrorism chiefs in the North have welcomed the arrest by Gardaí of two suspected dissident republicans in connection with an attempt to murder a PSNI officer last June.
The attack happened in Hartwell Place in the north of the city this morning.
Police in Belfast have retreated from a confrontation at a bonfire site over concerns innocent bystanders could be hurt, a senior commander has said.
Two young people are protesting on top of the pile of wooden pallets, which was due to be set alight on Thursday night.
Concern has been voiced about the appearance of threatening graffiti at a republican bonfire site in north Belfast.
She broke down barriers in a divided community in Northern Ireland, mourners at her funeral were told.
A large security presence is surrounding St. Anne's Cathedral in Belfast, where the funeral of murdered journalist Lyra McKee is taking place.
This is the full and unedited address by Father Martin Magill at the funeral of Lyra Catherine McKee in St Anne’s Cathedral Belfast this afternoon.
Five decades after sitting into a radio studio for the first time, Seán Bán Breathnach remains as enthusiastic and animated as ever on the national airwaves
Three men remain in custody this morning after a drugs seizure in the North.
Four men, one woman and a child were taken to Belfast hospitals.
A postman has been threatened with a screwdriver and robbed in north Belfast.
Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly has said he regrets using bolt cutters to unclamp his car and added that he has now paid the fine.
The family of missing man Michael Cullen has made an emotional appeal for his return.
A man has been arrested over suspected dangerous driving after four cars were damaged in Belfast.
Officers have arrested a 19-year-old after a laser was directed at a police helicopter.
Kenneth Branagh said he was humbled and proud after being awarded the freedom of his home city of Belfast.
A prominent Belfast victims campaigner has implored the Northern Ireland Secretary not to lift the ban on the Red Hand Commando (RHC).
Another car has been set alight in Belfast as localised disorder erupted for a second night.
The widow of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane has been granted permission to take her bid for a public inquiry into his death to the UK's highest court.
Sinn Féin's Chairperson in the North has hit out at those who used 12th of July parades as an opportuity to incite what he calls, hatred.
Thousands of Orange Order members took part in parades across Northern Ireland as part of the Twelfth of July celebrations.
A peaceful Orange Order parade past the Ardoyne flashpoint in the North is a massive step forward, a community worker has said.
Homes have been boarded up at a number of huge bonfire sites in the North amid concerns around safety and risk to property.
Latest: Relatives of victims of a former loyalist paramilitary commander turned supergrass watched on this morning as Gary Haggarty pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist offences, including five murders.
A lone-wolf dissident bomber who posed as a Swedish model to entrap men into taking part in her terrorist campaign has been branded “dangerous and cunning” by police.
Sinn Féin is not budging on its insistence that Arlene Foster cannot return as Stormont first minister while a public inquiry into a botched green energy scheme is ongoing, Gerry Kelly has made clear.
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