78-year-old blind Northern Irish man Eric Smylie was left to fend for himself in Paris after he was removed from his easyJet flight home to Belfast.
A Belfast trial involving a former top Irish Republican Army commander and the death of Jean McConville was dramatically ended on Thursday by a judge.
Sinn Fein and the Irish government slam Belfast court judgment that people born in Northern Ireland are legally British not Irish.
Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff sold to a UK firm after going into administration in August.
Queen’s University Belfast is investigating a Sinn Féin “Brits Out” poster believed to have been placed on their stall during Freshers Week.
The Belfast International Homecoming Conference has officially launched with businesses tapping into Diaspora relationships as transatlantic opportunities are knocking on an open door!
Martina Purdy, a former journalist, and Elaine Kelly, a former barrister, are leaving the Belfast convent they left their careers to join in 2014.
In a 2-1 vote, the Court of Appeal in Belfast ruled that interrogation techniques used against the “hooded men” during internment would be torture if used today.
The "peace line" between Falls Road and Shankill Road doesn't just start in 1969 but it's modern embodiment 50 years on, remains
A host of prominent human rights lawyers and activists will address the Legal Symposium at the Belfast International.
Dr. Joe Duffy of Queen's University Belfast utilized first-hand accounts of 9/11 witnesses to help teach Social Work students about trauma.
The funeral for 15-year-old Nora Quoirin, whose body was found 10 days after she disappeared while on a family vacation in Malaysia, was held in South Belfast on Tuesday.
Happy Birthday, Van! A look at the Belfast-born singer's amazing career.
The heft of the diaspora will be brought to bear on the challenges of Brexit at the Belfast International Homecoming which will take place in the city in October.
"Spud!" will open at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast on August 31.
On this day in 1990, Brian Keenan the Belfast-born Irish writer was released from captivity in Beirut, Lebanon after four and a half years.
At the beginning of the 1980s, the DeLorean Motor Car was a stainless steel dream machine, but by the end, it was an international joke
'Facts and Figures of the Belfast Pogrom 1920-1922' was pulped before it was ever distributed - but several copies were rescued.
A chance encounter with a young alcoholic Irish speaker on the streets of Belfast reminds us that our actions in dealing with these social issues must be guided by respect and compassion.
Belfast’s only second-level Irish language school put a smile on our faces with this brilliant video of song and dance.
Vote for this Dublin museum as the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction
National No Beard Day: Why are all Irish men's beards red?
3,000-year-old baby skeleton discovered at the Irish birthplace of Halloween
Celtic blessings to mark the ancient festival of Samhain
On This Day: The Guildford Four were freed after 15 years wrongful imprisionment
Guess the only state in the US where an Irish last name ranks in the top 3
Sinn Fein likely face very tough choice after next British election
Sinn Fein internal elections will be real battles from now on
Fascinating pensions records pre-Easter Rising and beyond reveals a wealth of Irish history
Rare green puppy born to Colorado Great Dane
The weekend County Mayo took over New York City