Prime Minister Theresa May chose to visit Belleek in Co Fermanagh, home to the famous Belleek Pottery Centre, on her first trip to the Irish border since the Brexit vote.
The return of the Open Championship to Northern Ireland is expected to deliver the tournament’s first ever sell-out, tourism chiefs have said.
The UK Government has to stand by its cast iron guarantee that there will be no border on the island of Ireland, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
Police in Northern Ireland have yet to publicly attribute responsibility for the attack on the home of Gerry Adams.
Mary Lou McDonald has declined to be drawn on suggestions Belfast lawyer John Finucane might be Sinn Fein’s candidate for the Irish presidency.
A major incident has been declared after a suspected ammonia leak in a fishing village in Co Down left 13 people in hospital.
Northern Ireland’s police chief has blamed the so-called “New IRA” as the primary dissident republican group orchestrating rioting and murder bids on his officers in Londonderry.
The people of Londonderry are angry, heartbroken and infuriated by the scenes of violence in the Bogside, the city’s MP has said.
Mary Lou McDonald has said that Ireland must not become collateral damage amid the “Tory civil war over Brexit”.
That Danny Griffin can’t instantly recall how many times he played against Germany for Northern Ireland speaks volumes about the height his career reached and the down-to-earth nature of the man.