Lisburn

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PSNI detectives are investigating whether an explosive  device found in Lisburn on July 30th had fallen from a vehicle.

A bomb which closed a busy shopping area in Northern Ireland last week was targeting a person, police said. Detectives are investigating whether the(...)

The 30-year-old is based in Hillsborough in Northern Ireland, where she runs an eventing yard with her mother Catherine. An experienced rider she has (...)

James Leckey: “I would like the FireFly community to have over 100,000 active supporters.”

James Leckey was born and grew up in Belfast beside the Ravenhill rugby grounds. He left school at 16, wanting to pursue a career in anything that sme(...)

 Northern Ireland fans Eddie McCullough and Ian Thompson at a bakery in Saint-Georges de Reneins, France ahead of their Euro 2016 opener. Photograph: William Cherry/Inpho/Presseye

We flew from Dublin into Nice, on the Côte d’Azur in France, on an Aer Lingus Airbus, the St Fergal, a saint who, back in 753 AD or thereabouts, made(...)

General view of the scene at Laurehill Road in Lisburn, Co Antrim, where man and two young children were left badly injured after being struck by lightning during a school sports event. Photograph: Lesley Anne McKeown/PA Wire

A father (37) and son (5) remained in a critical condition on Wednesday morning after they were struck by lightning in the grounds of a school in Co A(...)

Northern Ireland’s Conor McLaughlin: “Crewe, then Lewandowski? It’ll be a big difference won’t it? Mad.”

As footnotes go, perhaps only Conor McLaughlin, his family and the Northern Ireland manager of the time, Nigel Worthington, will have jotted down this(...)

A count supervisor sorts voting papers at the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast, after elections to decide the make-up of the next Stormont Assembly. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

With counting underway across Northern Ireland, perhaps now is a good time to take stock of what exactly is happening. The basics: There are 108 sea(...)

Former DUP health minister Jim  Wells, who was embroiled in a series of controversies in the last term, was re-elected in South Down.

The 2016 Stormont elections brought little change to South Down as all parties retained the same number of seats from the previous Assembly – although(...)

Lagan Valley’s turnout of 53.2 per cent was statistically higher than that recorded for Assembly elections five years ago, and it was one of the few constituencies to achieve this feat across Northern Ireland.

Former first minister David Trimble watched on as the UUP claimed multiple seats in the Lagan Valley constituency for the first time since 2003 on Fri(...)

Tommy Hefferon  at the Twaddell Avenue protest camp in north Belfast. Loyalists believe they are victims of a two-tier policing system. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker

A Parades Commission decision to restrict an Orange march in north Belfast has had lasting consequences. There have been more than 1,000 days of prot(...)

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