The two-vehicle collision happened yesterday on the Belfast Road in Bangor.
The incident occurred at 10.20pm last night at the Ballycreely Road area of Comber, County Down.
Donegal’s Donagh Kelly and his Monaghan co-driver Conor Foley (VW Polo GTi R5) won a dramatic TF Royal Hotel/Casey’s and Mulroy’s Londis Mayo Rally, the opening round of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship.
The quaint name of Edendork was on the minds of the GAA public on Sunday morning, when it was announced that the Tyrone-Kerry Allianz League game would have to be moved from Omagh.
Police in the north are investigating an armed burglary in Co Down.
Eamonn MJ Coffey, counsel for Garda Golden’s widow, Nicola, and the couple’s three young children, told Mr Justice Michael Twomey in the High Court today that a mediator had been agreed
A woman in her 40s has died in a road traffic collision in Co Down.
Cork-based photographer Dara McGrath has spent years taking pictures of chemical weapons sites and other contaminated military areas, writes Ellie O’Byrne.
All issues are still in play in the claim by the widow and family of murdered Garda Tony Golden for compensation, the High Court was told today. Mr Justice Michael Twomey heard the trial may take up to five days.
Thieves used a shovel/bulldozer-type vehicle stolen from a nearby quarry in a failed bid to rip the cash machine from the wall of Carlisles’ filling station in Ballynahinch, Co Down, at about 5.30am on Monday.
The body of the 68-year-old was found at his home in Bangor on Tuesday evening.
After the ‘lost’ years of recession, funding for maintenance and building of roads is on the agenda, says Áilín Quinlan
It is reported that detectives in Vietnam have arrested eight people after 39 bodies were found in the back of a lorry in Essex.
Ronan Hughes, and his brother Christopher, 34, both from Co Armagh were named earlier this week as people the police wanted to speak to in connection with the deaths.
An 18-year-old man died and four other young people were injured in a car crash in Co Down.
Rotten by name but certainly not by nature.
A PSNI spokesman has made an appeal for witnesses to come forward.
There has been an arson attack on a house and car in Bangor in Co Down.
It's George R.R. Martin.
We take a trip down memory lane and check out what happened on this day in years gone by by looking back at some Irish Examiner front pages and highlighting other events which went down in history across the world.
A fundraising campaign has raised more than €1,000 for a two-year-old boy who is critically ill in the Canary Islands.
A 60-year-old man has been charged with the 1994 murder of Francis Damien Kerr in Newry and membership of a proscribed organisation, the Police Service of Northern Ireland has said.
Pre-tax profits at the owner of Belfast’s Europa Hotel and co-owner of Dublin’s Merrion Hotel fell 39% last year despite posting a rise in revenues.
The west Cork hotspot was announced as the winner today while also being named as winner in the Best Kept Small Town category.
The story of the macrocarpa, aka Monterey cypress, is intriguing.
Ten months on from the World Cup, 15 of Ireland’s silver medal winners finally get to show off their wares in front of an expectant home crowd, starting with a double-header this weekend.
The 50th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle’s unannounced visit to Ireland will be remembered in Co Kerry today.
“Too many people, too few summit windows, too many inexperienced people climbing and inadequate support” are at the heart of the high number of fatalities on Everest this season.
The plan has taken a major step forward after it signed an agreement with Nippon Gasses to provide CO2 for a facility with the capacity to store 2,500 tonnes of the gas.
Mr Lawless had successfully scaled Everest along with the other Irish climbers and international mountaineers and sherpas.
Angling can make you a happier, healthier person. Helen O’Callaghan looks at the benefits of getting into a river and reconnecting with nature
Detectives in the North are appealing for witnesses after a fire in Co Down.
Emergency teams are evacuating a nearby caravan park because of the blaze at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.
The staff in a Boylesports betting shop in Co Down paid out £15,896.91 to a customer who spent £1 on the winning bet.
Joe McNamee plates up the latest in food news.
The Irish food industry needs to be prepared for Brexit, an awards ceremony honouring the best produce on offer north and south of the border has heard.
Police in the North are questioning a 54-year-old man after two men were injured in a serious assault in Co Down.
Two men have died after separate incidents in the Mourne Mountains in the North today.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested and a number of weapons seized following an incident in Co Down overnight.
A win for Irish Texan Beto O’Rourke in the US midterm elections could reorder politics in America and precipitate Trump’s downfall.
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