Photograph by Trevor Dickson: The police station on Lisburn Road was bombed on December 16th 1986. I noticed the houses across the road had been badly damaged and spotted a mirror on the lawn of one of them. It amazed me that it hadn’t been damaged and an idea came into my head right away. I propped the mirror against what was left of their garden pillar. I always tried to make something a little bit different, rather than the usual point and shoot

There was no boasting at the launch of a new book about photographing the Troubles, Shooting the Darkness, just an ineffable sadness about the horror (...)

  Elaine Lauro (43)  from Lough Moss Park in Carryduff, was jailed for 11 months. Photograph: Paul Higgins

A brother and sister who exploited their mother’s death to fake her will and give themselves her business have been jailed. Elaine Lauro (43) was jai(...)

Members of the fire service work to contain an 11th night Bonfire in Cluan Place, Belfast. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Firefighters saw a “significant decrease” in the number of emergency calls due to loyalist bonfires in Northern Ireland at the start of the Twelfth of(...)

Standard Life Aberdeen’s financial planning and advice business 1825 is expanding into the North with the acquisition of BDO Northern Ireland’s wealth(...)

Among other deals, the UK Chancellor has set aside £2 million for the “recovery and regeneration” of Belfast city centre following the massive fire which devastated Primark’s landmark store at Bank Buildings in the centre of the city at the end of August

The UK Chancellor has earmarked an additional £320 million (€360 million) to a “Northern Ireland Executive” in his latest budget as the North marks ne(...)

Ashers bakery on Royal Avenue in Belfast. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Belfast bakery at the centre of the so-called “gay cake” case is to close a branch in the city. Ashers was cleared of discrimination by the UK’s (...)

Belfast’s  Glider  system isn’t just about transportation; there is a social and political dimension, says Robin Totten of Translink.

The crash of Stormont almost 20 months ago put many major developments on hold in Northern Ireland but one that snuck through the gap was the £90 mill(...)

Handout photo of Smokey the baby seagull, who has been rescued from poisonous smoke created by the Primark store fire. Photograph: Debbie Nelson/PA Wire

A baby seagull who could not fly has been rescued from poisonous smoke created by the Primark store fire. He was on the balcony of a nearby Ann Summe(...)

Firefighters at the Primark store in Belfast city centre, where a major blaze broke out on Tuesday. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The 360 full-time and part-time staff at a Primark store in Belfast which was gutted by fire will be paid this week but a senior fire officer has warn(...)

A firefighter trains a hose on a major blaze which has broken out at the Primark store in Belfast city centre. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

A senior fire officer has described the fire that gutted a Primark store in Belfast as one of the biggest they have battled in a number of years. Fla(...)

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