Belfast Newsletter

Foster tells Bradley: it’s time for you to take action

BBC reporter Kevin Magee was confronted by the online vigilantes in Botanic Avenue

Fourth arrest as police investigate NI’s self-styled paedophile hunters

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 15th February 2018

Funeral for Kayden Fleck at Ballymena Elim Church.  The  five-year-old died after falling into the River Braid in the town on Saturday. 

Kayden's family and friends with his coffin after the funeral service. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Parents of Kayden Fleck recall final moments with son


IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed


Sinn Fein say direct rule is not an option


‘Warped’ paedophile made girl eat dog food


Roads warning as NI temperatures expected to plumet

From left, Thomas Rowntree from the Shankill, Pastor Jack McKee and Tom from the Falls take part in the walk

Ex-paramilitaries from both sides show ‘better way’

Sinn Fein leaders Michelle ONeill, Gerry Adams and Mary Lou McDonald

Sinn Fein organised support for ‘civic society’ letter to Irish premier

Ireland and Ulster rugby captain Rory Best

Rory Best is one of the great players: according to Wales’ Ken Owens

Ulsters John Cooney has joined the Irish training sessions this week

SIX NATIONS RUGBY: Chris Farrell and Garry Ringrose in line for Ireland start

Ed Joyce

CRICKET: Ed Joyce to be honoured by Club and Country


Ulster Rugby: Gibbes’ troops really under the spotlight as crisis point looms


Northern Ireland to face Israel in friendly


Andrew Irwin ruled out of World Supersport debut at Phillip Island due to injury


ALL IRELAND RUGBY: Banbridge claim bragging rights with Ballynahinch and throw title race wide open

Carey Mulligan stars as Kit Glaspie in the BBC crime thriller

Collateral: What time does it start? What channel is it on? What to expect from episode two of BBC crime thriller

TV and Film
Anna Friel is Marcella.

TV: Anna Friel returns in crime noir series ‘Marcella’

TV and Film
Sir David Attenborough, who will present a new five-part landmark series following the lives of different animals, which will air on BBC One later this year

Sir David Attenborough to present new animal series Dynasty

TV and Film

Glenarm walkers weekend coastal walk

Mayor, Councillor Paul Hamill cuts the sod at Antrim Lough Shore Park to mark the commencement of work on the new play park

New Play Park at Antrim Lough Shore

Michel Roux Jnr holding a skrei cod.

Food and drink: Fishing for wild skrei cod in chilly Norwegian waters with chef Michael Roux Jr