Portstewart

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Jim Allister’s legal team argued that hotel development was seen as key for the borough and contended that there was a bias towards securing planning approval at all costs.

TUV leader Jim Allister has won his legal challenge to planning permission for a new £20 million (€21.5 million) hotel and leisure resort near Portste(...)

Lance Corporal Ian Malone served in the Ist Battalion of the Irish Guards.

At least three of the 179 British servicemen and servicewomen who died during the war in Iraq were from the island of Ireland. They were Lance Corpo(...)

Henry McCullough: July 21st, 1943-June 14th, 2016. Above, performing  on stage with The Grease Band in Copenhagen, November 1971. Photograph: Jorgen Angel/Redferns

The guitarist and session musician Henry McCullough, who has died at his Co Antrim home, aged 72, made his name playing with Sweeney’s Men, Joe Cocker(...)

Six police officers have been arrested in Co Derry following an altercation outside a pub. The PSNI is investigating a “hate element” to the inciden(...)

Thinking anew: the Ven Gordon Linney. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Ven Gordon Linney is a compassionate man of clearly thought out Christian conviction who is never afraid of entering the fray in defence of that c(...)

Pastor Christie Buckingham, from Portstewart, Co Derry, has been a long time friend and supporter of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan.

An Irish woman has been chosen as a spiritual adviser in the final hours before death by one of two Australians set to be executed in Indonesia on Wed(...)

Georgina Campbell (fifth from left) with some of the  winners gathered for the announcement of the Georgina Campbell Awards 2015  in Dublin this morning. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Award for services to Irish food and hospitality: Bill and Isabelle Kelly, Kelly’s Hotel, Rosslare, Co WexfordHotel of the Year: Beech Hill House Hote(...)

Weekenders: Claire MacSimoin and Andrea Flannagan snap a selfie at a loyalist mural in east Belfast. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker

In this age of easy access to foreign travel, crossing the Border to visit the other half of the island is not particularly high on Irish people’s age(...)