The Stop the Drill campaign has drawn support from a variety of people, including Hulk and Avengers actor Mark Ruffalo. File photograph:  John Phillips/Getty Images

Environmental campaigners in the North have vowed to block any attempts by an oil consortium to carry out exploratory drilling close to a drinking wat(...)

A cross-Border cardiac treatment centre is to be be establised at our Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

The soon-to-be appointed Northern Ireland Water chairman Dr Len O’Hagan will lead the implementation of an All-Ireland cardiac treatment centre in Dub(...)

Eilish Doyle whose home in the Sperrin Mountains has been without water for six days. Beleaguered householders have been forced to boil snow and river water during industrial action by Northern Ireland Water staff. Photograph: PA

Around 7,750 water customers remain without supply in Northern Ireland due to an on-going industrial dispute, with warnings that more homes could see (...)

Hundreds of Northern Ireland Water workers have started industrial action which they have warned will have a major effect on customers.The employees h(...)

The recent water supply restrictions in the Dublin area reminded me that it has been over two years since I spoke at conferences there, outlining the (...)

Account NI processes more than a million transactions a year. It has 215 civil service staff, but the technology supporting its operation is provided under a £54 million, 12-year contact with BT. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

A Northern Ireland Executive system introduced to speed up the payment of bills has cost more than £4 million (€4.79 million), it was revealed.A commo(...)

Overflowing sewerage pipes and increased discharge from farm waste have been blamed for bacterial pollution at Newcastle beach in Co Down.  Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The quality of water at one of Northern Ireland ’s most popular seaside resorts is among the worst in Europe, environmentalists warned today.(...)

The wind turbine which was blown over near Ardara, Co. Donegal, at the weekend.

Temperatures will stay low this week but conditions will be dry, Met Éireann has said. Average temperatures will be around three degrees, thoug(...)

Residents clear the road of snow to gain access to their houses as wintry weather continues to cause havoc  in the village of Cargan in the Glens of Antrim. Photograph: Reuters

Strong winds, bitter cold and lingering heavy snow are still causing disruption in many parts of Northern Ireland with police urging motorists (...)