A pensioner who stabbed an intruder to death had warned him his own knife was “bigger than yours and if you don’t leave my house you will be sorry”, an inquest has heard.
The latest search for a Co Down woman who went missing 14 years ago is set to end, police have confirmed.
A grey seal who was severely injured by a plastic ring frisbee stuck around her neck has become the second of her kind to be released back into the sea off the coast of East Anglia.
Political leaders in Northern Ireland have voiced concern about the future for thousands of workers following the announcement by Bombardier that it plans to sell its aerostructures business.
Police have seized £101 million in criminal cash as part of a crackdown on violence on the streets of London, Britain’s most senior officer has said.
A woman has inspired the internet with her first paintings, a hobby she took up after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Alleged IRA member Seamus Marley has been sentenced to seven years in prison for a number of sexual assault and rape offences.
Dozens of Julian Assange’s supporters blocked a road in protest as he appeared in court to start his fight against extradition to the US.
Senator Michael Bennet has jumped into the packed Democratic presidential primary, announcing a 2020 campaign that stalled while he was treated for prostate cancer.
The Duchess of Cornwall beamed as she horsed around with a mare called Royal Rascal on a visit to the National Stud.