A disgruntled would-be drug user has left police incredulous after calling to complain that she paid £200 for “brown sugar” instead of cocaine.
The warmest ever February day in Scotland has been recorded with unseasonably mild temperatures across the UK, according to the Met Office.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has told the Irish parliament that the UK Conservative government’s reliance on DUP votes “creates a problem” in restoring a government in Northern Ireland.
Mary Lou McDonald has declined to apologise for voicing opposition to any current police commander in Northern Ireland succeeding the retiring chief constable.
Countryfile will reveal plans to reintroduce golden eagles to Wales after an absence of 200 years.
A number of airlines have expressed interest in taking over flybmi’s City of Derry to Stansted service, the airport’s operator has said.
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Police have slammed as “reckless” an incident in Co Armagh during which a pipe bomb exploded close to a house where young children were living.
A large scone can equate to a third of recommended daily calories, a survey showed.
Detectives are questioning a man and a woman on suspicion of murder after a body was discovered in Co Tyrone on Saturday.
British football chiefs are meeting their Irish counterparts in Rome on Friday to discuss their potential joint bid for the 2030 World Cup, with a stadium shortlist being high on the agenda.
Former Northern Ireland international Chris Baird has announced his retirement.
The Prime Minister must introduce direct rule government for Northern Ireland if no Brexit deal can be agreed, the Ulster Unionist Party has said.
The Prime Minister will meet the main Northern Irish parties later as she steps up her bid for a breakthrough on the backstop.
Business leaders have urged the Prime Minister to end political brinkmanship which risks “chaos” in Northern Ireland.
An actress feared a Bafta-nominated film director could have “raped her” if he wanted to during an alleged sexual assault at her home, a court has heard.
Theresa May has suggested that she is seeking “changes” to the controversial backstop in her Brexit deal, rather than its total removal from the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement.
Police Scotland are asking members of the public in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland if they can help with a robbery in a Fife village.
Police in Fife are appealing to members of the public in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to assist with their ongoing investigation into a robbery in Crossford, near Dunfermline.
The number of hotel rooms in Belfast has increased by a quarter following a construction surge, a survey showed.