An independent lawyer or retired judge should be appointed to filter out journalistic material unnecessarily held by police investigating two documentary makers in Northern Ireland, their barrister said.
The verdict among passengers of the new Glider bus service in Belfast was generally positive on its first official day of operation.
A group of white supremacists have been jailed for plastering racist stickers across a city centre university campus.
The family of a British war pilot have visited the spot where a Spitfire aircraft crash-landed in a field in Ireland.
Some corners of motorsport are designed to pit the fastest road cars on earth against one another to see which manufacturer can take home performance plaudits.
The forthcoming V&A Dundee has been named as one of the top five new museums to visit in the world in 2018 by a major US newspaper.
Sir, – When your house phone rings you probably, like me, think it could be something important and rush to answer it.
A fire control room manager on the night of the Grenfell Tower blaze became “increasingly uncomfortable” with the stay-put policy and abandoned it within 15 minutes of her arrival.
A tax for online retailers, the Boris Johnson burka row and Turkey’s plunging lira make for headlines on Saturday.
Mother-of-two Aysha Frade was sending a text message to her husband when she was mowed down by an SUV in the Westminster Bridge attack