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According to InfraStrata: “Whilst a Brexit ‘No Deal’ generally increases uncertainty, the directors do not believe that it will affect this application”

InfraStrata, the AIM listed company seeking to develop a new natural gas storage facility in Northern Ireland capable of providing more than 25 per ce(...)

About 90 per cent of lamb produced in Northern Ireland is exported.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A leading Northern Ireland sheep farmer has urged the DUP to be “pragmatic” and “flexible” in its negotiations after one of its MPs acknowledged that (...)

Richard on the final leg of his round-Ireland journey.

When Tipperary physiotherapist Richard Hayes wanted to take a closer look at some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs, he took the best part of 54 days and(...)

One of the North’s main power stations, the Kilroot plant in Co Antrim, is due to close on Sunday, after it failed to secure subsidies to provide back-up power

Northern Ireland faces blackouts and drastic electricity price rises in the event of a no-deal Brexit, leaked British government documents reveal. Th(...)

“If you can show me one person in Aldershot who’s happy, I’ll give you a free haircut,” promised Giovanni Gomma, a barber, in the centre of the Hampsh(...)

The 54 megawatt wind farm on the Cavan-Fermanagh border was acquired in 2014 by London based renewable energy investor Platina Energy Partners. Photograph: iStock

A giant wind farm originally developed by former billionaire Seán Quinn is for sale. The 54 megawatt wind farm at Slieve Rushen on the Cavan-Fermanag(...)

The injuries are not thought to be life threatening at this time

Police in Co Antrim are investigating a paramilitary-style shooting at a house where a young man was shot in both arms and both legs. The incident i(...)

 Ian Paisley Jr thanked the voters of North Antrim for their ‘unwavering support’. File hotograph: Liam McBurney/PA

North Antrim MP Ian Paisley, who narrowly survived the first ever Westminster recall petition, has been readmitted to the Democratic Unionist Party. (...)

Sentencing the defendant on Tuesday, District Judge Peter King told him he didn’t need to re-iterate “how incredibly dangerous the posting of the video was. You could have had yourself on the end of a police taser, or worse”.

A pupil who posted a video on Facebook of him holding a gun and saying he was going to go and “shoot up” the school he attended at the time, sparked a(...)

The changes come in an attempt to reduce number of Westminster MPs from 650 to 600. Photograph: iStock

Proposals to split a Co Derry town into three voting zones have been dropped as the final revised Westminster boundaries for Northern Ireland were pub(...)

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