The loss of the Derry to London Stansted route after flybmi ceased all operations will “be very damaging to businesses in the region,” industry leaders have warned

The loss of the Derry to London Stansted route after Flybmi ceased all operations will “be very damaging to businesses in the region,” industry leader(...)

Alliance health spokeswoman Paula Bradshaw MLA said there was a need to “break the taboo” around alcohol addiction. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Greater action must be taken to highlight the dangers of alcohol abuse, Northern Ireland politicians have urged, after it was disclosed that the North(...)

Belfast. In the three months to May, the number of people with a job in the North grew to a record 852,000. Photograph: Leonid Andronov

The number of women in the workplace in the North has hit a record high, according to new government figures. Latest statistics show the number of wom(...)

The Giant’s Causeway in Co Antrim: one of the North’s leading tourist attractions Photograph: iStock

Weak sterling encouraged more visitors from the Republic to travel to the North in the first three months of the year, according to new tourism statis(...)

First Lady Melania Trump who had a namesake born in Northern Ireland last year. Photograph: Reuters/Carlos Barria/File Photo

Parents drawing inspiration from a fairy tale and a music star who died 12 months ago may explain the names Cinderella and Prince appearing on the lis(...)

The number of people in employment in Northern Ireland jumped by 11,000 to 821,000 over the three months to June. But the statistics do not show just how many of those 11,000 people came to the North to find a job. Photograph: PA

The fact that you can buy Portuguese sardines on Irish Street in Dungannon reveals more about the North’s changing labour market than local taste buds(...)

A comparison of the results of the 2011 censuses in the Republic and Northern Ireland shows clear differences between life in the two near neighbours.(...)

People in the Republic are far more positive about their health status than their neighbours in the North, according to a comparison of 2011 census data from the two jurisdictions. Photograph: Getty Images.

People living in the Republic of Ireland are far more positive about their health status than their neighbours in the North, according to a comparison(...)

Transactions are at their highest levels since the onset of the property crash in 2007.

Property prices in Northern Ireland are edging upwards again after one of the world’s most severe and protracted market collapses.Figures compiled by (...)