PSNI in Londonderry recovered a suspected firearm on Wednesday evening in follow-up searches related to security alerts in the week.
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been charged with bringing the game into disrepute by allegedly making a Nazi salute, the Football Association has announced.
Donald Trump has urged people to use the phrase “Build a wall and crime will fall” with regards to his proposed wall between the US and Mexico.
David Davis has declared he will earn £60,000 for 20 hours work a year as an external adviser to manufacturing giant JCB.
Ben Stokes struck twice in the afternoon session as the West Indies reached 132 for three at tea on day one of the first Test.
President Donald Trump has said the US is recognising the president of Venezuela’s opposition-led National Assembly as the country’s interim president.
Ofsted has been accused of scrutinising young Muslim girls who wear the hijab because they want to “look like their mum”.
Key services in Londonderry have now been restored to communities affected by this week’s bomb alerts.
Rescue workers have suspended the search for missing Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson having found “no trace” of the plane they were travelling in.
There is a “real national risk of death, disease and coastal flooding” if the Irish Government does not tackle the country’s rising emissions, the High Court in Dublin has heard.