LGBT activists at one of today’s protests in Northern Ireland over a proposed ‘conscience clause’ Photograph: Amanda Ferguson

Equality activists have taken to the streets of Belfast, Derry and Newry in Northern Ireland to demonstrate against the DUP’s proposed conscience clau(...)

Nama’s biggest deal to date was its sale last year of Project Eagle, its Northern Ireland loan book with a face value of €5.6 billion.

The National Asset Management Agency is preparing for its biggest sale to date by packaging together up to €8 billion in smaller debtor loans that (...)

A man is in a critical condition following shooting in a fast food restaurant on the Oldpark Road in Belfast. File photograph: Trevor McBride

A man is in a critical condition after he was shot in the head at a fast food restaurant in Northern Ireland. The attack took place on the Oldpark Roa(...)

The authors of the study on mixed-marriage patterns in Ireland 100 years ago say they could have been used to anticipate future violence and civil conflict

The authors of a new study of mixed-marriage patterns between Catholics and Protestants in Ireland 100 years ago have said they could have been used (...)

A new Conservative Party  poster showing Labour leader Ed Miliband, Scotland’s former first minister Alex Salmond of the SNP and  Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams which claims together they will bring chaos to Britain. Image: Conservative Party/PA Wire.

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson, the Democratic Unionist Party leader, has condemned the BBC’s refusal to review its decision to exclud(...)

Tesco said on Wednesday that up to 2,000 people could lose their jobs when the group closes 43 unprofitable stores across the UK

Tesco has said it is to close two superstores in Belfast as well as a smaller express store in Ballymena as part of a major restructuring that will se(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the Dáil. File image: Oireachtas screengrab.

The Government expects to get back every euro the Irish taxpayer put into the banks since it came into office, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the Dáil.(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin in studio with Hugh Linehan of The Irish Times

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has again firmly ruled out a potential coalition with Fine Gael or Sinn Féin after the next general election. In a p(...)

A man who ran a Facebook page that claimed to monitor paedophiles in Northern Ireland is to contest charges that he harassed a convicted child sex abuser.

A man who ran a Facebook page that claimed to monitor paedophiles in Northern Ireland is to contest charges that he harassed a convicted child sex abu(...)

Labour’s Northern Ireland spokesman, Ivan Lewis: until now, Labour has been less than enthusiastic about the new powers, consistently raising questions about Northern Ireland’s ability to replace the lost tax income

Legislation to cut Northern Ireland’s corporation tax rate will be supported by the Labour Party, which guarantees that it will become law before the(...)