The political ground has shifted in the North since last Thursday’s election.
Victims from across the spectrum in Northern Ireland are united in opposition to a proposed amnesty for security force members who served during the Troubles, the Victims Commissioner has said.
James Brokenshire last night said there is still time to save powersharing in Stormont.
Northern Ireland's politicians have just hours left to reach a deal to restore powersharing at Stormont otherwise the UK Government will press ahead with legislation to approve a budget.
Hundreds of people have attended a rally in solidarity with probation officers threatened by dissident republicans.
Detectives believe that there may have been more than 100 witnesses to the shooting and the aftermath.
The US government has urged a quick resumption of powersharing in Northern Ireland.
An international call centre firm is to create 800 jobs in Co Fermanagh.
Progress to resolve the crisis threatening the North's political institutions is being made, Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Peter Robinson has insisted.
A US internet security firm is to set up a new operation in Belfast, creating 80 jobs.
US financial services company Citi is creating 600 new jobs in Belfast in a £54m investment.
People who succeed in life are not always the “brightest and the best”, Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary told university scholarship students from the 32 counties over the weekend.
Business in the Northern Ireland Assembly was briefly interrupted by protesters.
A major security operation is underway to prevent more trouble breaking out in Belfast later today.
Loyalists were urged tonight to cancel more planned street demonstrations over a Belfast City Hall decision to restrict the flying of the Union flag.
More attacks have been carried out on the non-sectarian Alliance Party during a night of violence in the North.
The Alliance Party leader has called on the North's electorate who want a real shared future to start backing change.
Student fee rates in Northern Ireland are to remain largely unchanged, the Stormont Executive has decided.
The Noth's political parties appointed their new power-sharing government today – with Sinn Féin replacing its entire ministerial team.
Northern Ireland can witness an economic revolution if the Stormont administration is restructured to prioritise growth, the Alliance Party pledged today.
A British Army major who escaped a dissident republican murder bid when a booby trap bomb fell off his car without detonating is lucky to be alive, police said today.
New legislation on defusing tension over controversial marches in Northern Ireland can be salvaged despite an Orange Order decision to reject the plan, senior politicians said today.
People evacuated from their homes told today how they picked their way through twisted shards of metal and glass after a car bomb attack at a British Army base in the North.
The Taoiseach Brian Cowen and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown have joined the North's First and Deputy First Ministers in the past hour to address the media after a deal was struck on the devolution of policing and justice powers.
Householders in the North may not pay water bills for the next three years under legislation introduced in the Northern Assembly today.
The Ulster Unionist Party was accused of being in disarray tonight after making an agreement about next year’s European election with a small hardline unionist party – and then insisting it was not an electoral pact.
The North is not ready to take over policing powers which could salvage the power-sharing government, the Alliance Party claimed today.
A LOYALIST ceasefire in the north is to be recognised, the Northern Ireland secretary said yesterday.
A loyalist ceasefire in the North is to be recognised, the Northern Secretary said today.
Politicians in the North hit out at the UK government tonight after it decided to reduce the sexual age of consent in the province against the wishes of the Stormont Assembly.
The programme for government will be make or break time for the Stormont Executive, ministers were warned tonight.
A Stormont minister could lose his or her place at the cabinet table next year if a new policing and justice department is created, it emerged today.
People owe the police and security services a debt of gratitude for foiling an alleged bomb plot against British flights to the US, Ian Paisley said today.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair was tonight accused of failing to get to grips with the issues around granting on-the-run paramilitaries the right to return to Northern Ireland.
The British government will today release the second report by a commission appointed to monitor republican and loyalist paramilitary activity in Northern Ireland.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams will today challenge claims that the DUP is not intent on changing the Good Friday Agreement.
The British Government plans to introduce legislation, which would make sectarianism a criminal offence were today welcomed by several Northern Ireland parties.
Three Irishmen suspected of training Marxist guerrillas in Colombia could be taken before British courts if they are deported from the South American country.
Sylvia Hermon tonight gave a massive boost to Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble by pulling off a remarkable victory against sitting MP Bob McCartney.
On a hot sunny morning the next MP for North Down was meeting supporters among the shoppers in Bangor’s weekly market.
A decision by Northern Ireland’s Alliance Party to pull out of the North Down constituency in favour of David Trimble’s Ulster Unionist Party was one of the toughest decisions it has had to make, leader Sean Neeson said tonight.
The offer of an electoral pact between parties supporting the Good Friday Agreement remained open today as the Northern Ireland parties prepared to nominate Westminster candidates.
The Unionist Party will contest 11 seats in the local Government elections, it was announced today.
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