Pamela Anderson has cancelled a visit to see Julian Assange in prison due to a “personal emergency”.
Michael O’Neill believes Northern Ireland are moving in the right direction despite missing out on automatic qualification for Euro 2020.
The Irish Taoiseach has backed a Co Cavan priest’s moral leadership in condemning a vicious assault on businessman Kevin Lunney in the border region.
Brian Barry-Murphy could still be without a number of international players for Rochdale’s FA Cup first-round replay against National League Wrexham.
Jack Ross is keen to make “a little bit of history” with Hibernian.
Sam Curran wants to shed his “vulnerable” tag if he is given the nod ahead of Chris Woakes for England’s first Test against New Zealand in Mount Maunganui this week.
Business was the focus of campaigning on Monday, with the main parties aiming to impress City chiefs at the CBI Conference.
Westlife are expected to land their first UK number one album in more than a decade.
Police have praised honest residents who have repeatedly handed in bundles of thousands of pounds in cash which have turned up in their village.
Scotland take on Kazakhstan in their final Euro 2020 qualifier at Hampden Park on Tuesday night.