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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(...)

Family handout photo of Teddy, a two-year-old cockapoo, who raised the alarm when 5-year-old Riley Gedge-Duffy became trapped in a tumble dryer. File photograph: Handout/PA Wire

A family dog has been hailed a hero for saving a young boy trapped in a tumble dryer at his Co Down home. Riley Gedge-Duffy (5) suffered burns to his(...)

Moving east out of Belfast, the terraced houses in the lee of the now silent cranes of the Harland and Wolff shipyard gradually yield to the leafy, m(...)

A bonfire being set ablaze at Lanark Way on Belfast’s Shankill Road on the “Eleventh Night”. Photograph: Alan Lewis/Photopress Belfast

Firefighters were summoned to an incident involving a bonfire as huge blazes were lit in loyalist communities across Northern Ireland last night marki(...)

A Twelfth of July parade proceeds through  Markethill, Co Armagh in July 2014. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Orange Order has called on politicians in the North to “grasp the parading nettle” and work to end marching disputes at its annual Drumcree parade(...)

A multi-agency investigation is under way into the incident which occured in Co Down on Friday night.

A multi-agency investigation is under way into an incident which resulted in the death of a 60-year-old man in Newcastle, Co Down, on Friday night. T(...)

Minister for Enterprise Arlene Foster has said she views the acquisition of local companies by large international corporations as “a tremendous endorsement” of local skills and talent. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

East Belfast may not boast a sports team as famous as the Cincinnati Reds. But one Dundonald company is hoping that its leap into the big league will (...)