BBC News - Northern Ireland
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson calls for an end to "megaphone diplomacy" between unionists and the Irish government.
Commonwealth Games medallist James McGivern is among the winners in an action-packed night at the Ulster Elite Championships in Belfast
Police had just started evacuating nearby buildings, including a hotel, when the explosion took place.
Tyrone win a seventh Dr McKenna Cup in eight years as they hold off 13-man Armagh 0-16 0-14 in a feisty final.
Two men are in hospital after their light aircraft came down shortly after takeoff in County Londonderry.
Cliftonville part company with manager Barry Gray after the Reds go down to a 3-1 defeat by Dungannon Swifts at Stangmore Park.
Ulster produce a stirring second half comeback to defeat Leicester and book their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup.
Police renew an appeal for information on the murder of a police officer shot dead by the IRA in 1993.
80-year-old Jean Osborne was hit in a road traffic collision on Plantation Street, Killyleagh on 15 January.
A lunar eclipse is set to happen early on Monday morning, but how does it happen and when exactly can you see it?
The online retail giant has advised UK businesses to consider moving stock to their European warehouses
Detectives investigating Zach Parker's death outside a Dublin gym appeal for help finding his killer.
The exhibition includes some finds such as Bronze-age weapons, Roman coins and Iron-age jewellery which are up to 5,000 years old.
County Antrim chef Clare Smyth, who runs a top London restaurant, visited Grenfell with Meghan Markle.
A Londonderry businesswoman says she was disqualified from being a finalist in an Irish awards ceremony.
Most things you need to know about the DUP and Brexit can be gauged from the party's name, says Jayne McCormack
A woman whose son was murdered as part of a loyalist feud urges young people not to join paramilitary groups.
MPs have an obligation to reach a Brexit deal, says the head of the Confederation of British Industry in NI.
Groups from both sides of the Irish border say no deal would jeopardise years of economic development.