Domino's Pizza said its operations in Ireland saw a strong first half followed by a weaker second half last year as revenues increased by 5.4% to €31.96m.
Channel 4 News has investigated abuse at Celtic Boys’ Club and its historic links to Celtic FC.
One of two people stabbed to death in Belfast has been laid to rest.
Liverpool have temporarily suspended the fan responsible for the offensive Divock Origi banner displayed at the Champions League match in Genk.
Devin Toner is expected to be a shock omission from Ireland’s 31-man World Cup squad.
CLEAR evidence the housing crisis is hitting hard has started to emerge in various parts of the country.
David Ervine, leader of the loyalist Progressive Unionist Party in the North, died in hospital today.
Sinn Féin has been given four offices in Stormont's Parliament Buildings which used to be the Deputy First Minister's suite, it emerged today.
Premiership players Lee Bowyer and Kieron Dyer have been questioned under caution by police following their on-pitch brawl in front of 52,000 fans.
The position on a Government body of a union troubleshooter embroiled in today’s massive money laundering probe was in doubt tonight, Taoiseach Bertie Ahern said.
An actress who has earned awards and rave reviews for her performance in the latest Ken Loach movie is making her first trip to Hollywood to raise her profile there.
Robert Kilroy-Silk said today he had resigned the UK Independence Party whip.
Daily air strikes by Israelis in the Gaza strip are adding fuel to the fire for more hardline Palestinians, a senior Sinn Féin figure warned today.
Sinn Féin officials will meet in Dublin today to review the state of the talks aimed at restoring power sharing.
Republicans will reject proposals to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland if they fall short of the Good Friday Agreement, the British and Irish Governments were warned tonight.
The brother of British hostage Ken Bigley said today he was looking into reports that a new Iraqi militant group had intervened to help negotiate the engineer’s release.
Singer Cat Stevens and his daughter were escorted off a diverted transatlantic flight by FBI agents, it emerged today.
Badly injured Irish Olympic hopeful Jamie Costin will return to Ireland tomorrow by air ambulance for treatment after his horrific car crash in Greece.
The issue of armed groups in Northern Ireland will only be addressed in the context of all peace process pledges being implemented, Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams insisted tonight.
Lawyers for Maxine Carr tonight said they would “vigorously” fight any attempt to overturn a British High Court injunction banning media disclosures about her new life.
British soldiers have been questioned about the theft of a missing intelligence dossier of terrorist suspects, it emerged tonight.
Green Party proposals to change the voting system for the election of First and Deputy First Ministers at Stormont were branded as “naive” today.
A Scottish Greenpeace activist was facing deportation from Turkey tonight after staging a protest during the Nato summit.
The Government was tonight urged to maintain pressure on the Colombian authorities for a speedy appeal hearing into the case of three Irishmen detained in the country.
Union leaders today warned of travel chaos at the UK’s biggest airports after baggage handlers and check-in staff voted to strike in a dispute over pay.
Labour Party members in Northern Ireland may set up their own society in a bid to shame the leadership into setting up constituency associations there, it emerged today.
Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble will face a leadership challenge if he refuses to stand down within days, he was warned tonight.
Former England footballer Stan Collymore today begged for forgiveness after he admitted visiting “dogging” sites to have sex with strangers.
A policeman was injured early today during disturbances in west Belfast.
Beleaguered David Trimble tonight faced the threat of a new leadership challenge without the support of his deputy after he was accused of losing the trust and confidence of his troubled and hopelessly split Ulster Unionist Party.
THE doctor whose research linking MMR to autism in children was described as “flawed” hit back yesterday, saying he welcomed an investigation into his claims.
Maxine Carr could be freed within weeks after the governor of Holloway Prison approved her application to be released early with an electronic tagging device, it emerged today.
A fresh inquiry is to be held into intelligence on Saddam Hussein’s supposed arsenals of weapons of mass destruction, it was claimed today.
A coroner said today he was ready to examine statements from witnesses who withheld their evidence from the Hutton Inquiry.
A senior member of the Rev Ian Paisley’s Democratic Unionists today ruled out a face-to-face meeting with Sinn Féin until the IRA have disappeared.
A delegation was today flying to Colombia for a series of meetings with some of the country’s senior politicians about the fate of three Irishmen accused of training Marxist rebels.
Two journalists are expected to defend their right to protect their sources when recalled to give evidence to the Bloody Sunday Inquiry today.
BT workers are pressing their union to hold a ballot for industrial action because of lack of progress over a pay dispute, it emerged today.
A Sinn Féin MP tonight vowed to use his visit to a forum of world leaders next week to urge the British and Irish Governments to implement the Good Friday Agreement.
THE Prince of Wales should be interviewed by police over a letter in which the late Princess of Wales claimed he was plotting to kill her, ex-deputy chief constable John Stalker said yesterday.
The driver in a minibus crash that killed eight British tourists was not licensed to operate the vehicle, South African officials said tonight.
An inquiry has been launched into why police checks failed to reveal Ian Huntley’s disturbing history after he applied to be site manager at Soham Village College.
Fresh talks have been launched to avoid a bitter split in David Trimble’s Ulster Unionist Party, it emerged today.
Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and Prime Minster Tony Blair will have to face up to the reality that a majority of unionists want a new settlement in Northern Ireland, they were told today.
The balance of power could be shifting in the Reverend Ian Paisley’s Democratic Unionists, a senior Sinn Féin figure observed today.
Friends of the Earth today accused the British government of “being in a right mess” over the so-called environment ’ghost ships’ after it emerged that permission has been given for two more to dock in Hartlepool.
Quiz millionaire Judith Keppel is to be a resident TV brainbox for a new BBC series.
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