Belfast Newsletter

Police treating destruction of WWI artwork as 'hate crime'

News
Agharan Orange Hall, near Dungannon. Pic by Google

Vandalism at Orange Hall being treated as ‘hate crime’

Crime

Two men arrested after police seize drugs and ammunition

Crime
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‘Irish attempting to thwart Brexit’: Wilson

News

Men charged with hijacking and possession of a firearm

Crime

Police officers assaulted after coming to aid of stricken teenager

Crime

Two arrested after police seize drugs in Lisburn

Crime
The Orange Order

Book review: Inventing the Myth – Political Passions and the Ulster Protestant Imagination

News
Victoria in Raphoe

Castlederg woman played badpipes for Vladimir Putin

News
Darren Sweetnan opens the scoring for Ireland against Fiji

RUGBY: : Ireland tested to limit in narrow win over Fiji

Rugby
Mark Stafford celebrates his goal.

IRISH LEAGUE: Linfield end Coleraine's unbeaten run

Football
Gary Thompson netted the winning goal for Ballymena United against Dungannon Swifts at the Showgrounds.

IRISH LEAGUE: Thompson nets late winner for Ballymena United

Football
Portadown manager Niall Currie.

IRISH LEAGUE: Portadown and Welders share the spoils

Football

Ex-Derry City striker David McDaid signs for Larne

Football

Which club is most likely to sign free agent Niall McGinn?

Football

Macau GP: Irwin wins as race marred by fatal crash

Motorcycling
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young

AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young dies aged 64

Music
The News Letter's Laura McMullan talks to Country singing sensation Derek Ryan

King of Country Music Derek Ryan on why it’s all about the music

Music
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is a prequel to the original Harry Potter books/films.

Harry Potter fans split over new movie casting

TV and Film
Ching-He Huang

Food and Drink: It might sound crazy but we’ve being doing stir-fries all wrong, says Ching-He Huang

News
Brenda Shankey

Popular Northern Ireland business woman Brenda Shankey reveals her makeup bag secrets

Arts
Pictured outside the new Paper Cup coffee shop are (L-R) John McKinney, owner of Paper Cup and James Eyre, Commercial Director at Titanic Quarter.

New coffee shop and catering business opens in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter

Eating Out