Belfast Newsletter

UUP leader hits out at Foster’s ‘arrogance’ ahead of pact talks

Motorbike ace Guy Martin and James Campbell

Tragic James’s last wish fulfilled by bike hero Guy Martin

A view of the area where dissident republicans left a bomb which was discovered in an alleyway beside Holy Cross Boys' Primary School in Ardoyne, north Belfast

Campbell: ‘Time to get tough on these terrorist cowards’

Light sleet showers

Step brother jailed for seven years over serious sex offences


Decision on future of power-sharing talks this week


Attacks on horses in Co Londonderry ‘put riding lessons at risk’


AirPOS announces launch of £450,000 Crowdcube funding campaign

Laurence Robertson

NI Catholics would prefer direct rule to ‘chaos’, says Tory MP

Sammy Wilson said the SDLP plan amounted to an anti-unionist coalition

Wilson: SDLP plan shows they are as anti-unionist as Sinn Fein

Andrew Waterworth celebrates his second goal at the Coleraine Showgrounds. Photo Lorcan Doherty /

IRISH LEAGUE: Healy hails Linfield players

Tommy Breslin is back as Cliftonville manager, having led the club to a string of silverware during his previous spell as manager. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Breslin back at Cliftonville

Ballymena's Cathair Friel celebrates after scoring into an open net after a mistake by Crues keeper Sean ONeill
. Photo by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: Hunters Linfield have become the hunted says Baxter

Celebrations begin as Banbridge are crowned EY Hockey League Champions. Photo by Freddie Parkinson / Press Eye

HOCKEY: Banbridge crowned as Ireland’s ‘best’

More Sport

GOLF: Olympic champion confirmed for Irish Open


IRISH LEAGUE: 20 of the best photos from the weekend


The Lucky Charms - Players who have won successive titles with different clubs

English & Scottish
Line Of Duty, starring Thandie Newton, beat ratings rival Grantchester by more than two million viewers

Line of Duty's £8.5M viewers is largest audience in programme's history

TV and Film

Dick Van Dyke: No one can replace Julie Andrews

TV and Film
Line of Duty

TV Licensing reveals top moments “worth the licence fee”

TV and Film
Toni Wilkinson and Andrew Christie of Hazelwood Integrated Primary School take a closer look at Throne Wood

Historic Belfast wood to show off new look with unmissable spring event

Councillor Matt Garrett, Chair of the People and Communities Committee at the launch of the Spring Fair with Ella McErlean and Scarecrow Paul Currie. One of the highlights of the event will be a scarecrow display by local schoolchildren. More information on the Spring Fair opening times and attractions is available at

An entertaining Spring Fair on offer

Belfast International Airport

Air passenger duty an anchor on tourism growth says Airport boss