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 First Minister Arlene Foster (left) and Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill during a media briefing at Parliament Buildings in Stormont,  Belfast on Thursday. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire.

Fresh restrictions to limit the spread of coronavirus are to be been imposed in Belfast and other parts of Co Antrim. The measures were announced fo(...)

Mackin Group founder Andrew Mackin: “Spend time on personal development that will instil good habits.”

The first four of eight nominees in the International category of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition are profiled this week. The awards are r(...)

Phil Healy winning the women’s 200m final at the national track & field championships. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The problem with being Ireland’s fastest woman is that every time you race against Irish opposition you are expected to win. It’s not easy, and Phil H(...)

Noah Donohoe (14), who was found dead in June. Photograph: PSNI/PA Wire

There is currently “no evidence” to suggest that any other person was involved in the death of Belfast teenager Noah Donohoe, a court has heard. Coro(...)

Thomas Ernest Nutt pictured talking at a family gathering at Ballymoney in 2010. Photograph: Colin Mearns

Thomas Nutt Born: April 5th, 1923 Died: June 12th, 2020 Donegal native Thomas Nutt, who has died in his 99th year, was one of few Irish survivors f(...)

Marie Hijaci at Dublin Airport: she is visiting a brother in Galway who is unwell but will have to spend the majority of her time here in quarantine.  Photograph: Patsy McGarry

Three Aer Lingus flights from the United States arrived in Dublin Airport on Sunday morning with almost unseemly haste. One from New York’s JFK landed(...)

The Irish government are still advising against non-essential travel. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Dublin Airport’s Terminal One began to show the first signs of a return to normal on Wednesday, with queues, passengers struggling to work the Ryanair(...)

The Green Party’s Northern leader, South Belfast MLA Clare Bailey, abstained from the parliamentary party’s vote on the programme for government. Photograph:   Arthur Allison

The votes of Northern Greens could be important in determining whether or not a government will be formed in the Republic, in the event of a close con(...)

Decora employs more than 1,000 people at its Lisburn headquarters.

Venture capital firm BGF has invested £10 million (€11.2 million) in a Lisburn-based manufacturer of window coverings. The company, Decora, said fun(...)

British authorities fear trouble in Dublin, and refuse to allow Terence MacSwiney’s remains go anywhere near the Irish capital. Instead, his coffin is put on the steamer Rathmore at Holyhead in Wales, and sent directly to Cork under military guard. However, a planned requiem Mass still goes ahead in Dublin’s Pro-Cathedral. And this is the planned funeral procession through Sackville Street, (now O’Connell Street) Dublin on October 29th, 1920. Photograph courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

January 2nd: The War of Independence begins in earnest with an attack on Carrigtwohill RIC barracks in Co Cork. January 15th: Sinn Féin has major su(...)

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