Blackburn midfielder Corry Evans is Northern Ireland’s only injury worry as the squad assembled for their forthcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Irish political and religious leaders have condemned the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
Police have launched a murder investigation after the death of a man in east Belfast.
Northern Ireland could become a Wild West-style smugglers’ paradise under the Government’s no-deal Brexit plans, hauliers have warned.
Strikers Will Grigg and Conor Washington are back and there is a first call-up for Arsenal Under-23s defender Daniel Ballard in the Northern Ireland squad for this month’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus.
The mother of a British soldier killed by dissident republicans has told fellow victims how her son’s words have helped her family learn to live with loss.
Theresa May was working down to the wire to find a Brexit breakthrough before Tuesday’s crucial vote by MPs on her Withdrawal Agreement, with speculation mounting of last-minute talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.
Brussels’ patience with Theresa May appears to be wearing thin ahead of Tuesday’s Commons showdown on Brexit.
Theresa May is battling to save her Brexit strategy as negotiations with the European Union remain “deadlocked”, amid warnings that the Prime Minister is heading for another crushing defeat in Tuesday’s crunch Commons vote.
National security concerns could be used to hide embarrassment during contentious investigations into the Northern Ireland conflict, victims warned.
Hundreds of Women’s Day demonstrators in Northern Ireland have remembered a teenager found strangled in a flat along with the body of her mother.
A “committed dissident republican terrorist” has been jailed for 25 years after he was found guilty of planting a bomb under a police officer’s car.
Karen Bradley has pledged to rebuild the trust of victims hurt by her comments on state killings in Northern Ireland.
Families bereaved in shootings involving the British Army in Belfast almost 50 years ago have branded Karen Bradley’s apology too little, too late.
The Irish premier has said Karen Bradley’s comments over deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were insensitive and wrong.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has said she is “profoundly sorry” for the “offence and hurt” caused after she suggested deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were not crimes.
A pensioner has been treated for shock after a pipe bomb detonated outside her home.
Northern Ireland’s former police ombudsman Baroness Nuala O’Loan has urged the Prime Minister to seek Karen Bradley’s resignation.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has faced calls to resign after she said deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were not crimes.
Ireland’s foreign minister has warned against optimism over difficult Brexit negotiations between Brussels and London.