Belfast Newsletter

Three of NI’s self-styled paedophile hunters arrested

Crime
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

News

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

Offbeat
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La Mon atrocity commemoration ‘dignified and poignant’

Crime

Trafficking accused a ‘victim of vice racket’

Crime

Terror plot accused banned from dissident gatherings

Crime

Blue plaque for nurse who was ‘Mourne’s Florence Nightingale’

Health
Heather Neill pictured at Lisburn Christian Fellowship on Christmas Day.

‘Heather was a ray of sunshine’

News
Cardiac patient Keith Miller with Dr Patrick Donnelly, consultant cardiologist, and radiographer Sarah Smythe with the new CT heart scanner

Ulster Hospital’s new scanner makes cardiac diagnosis in just a heartbeat

Health
Edinburgh's Duncan Weir (22) is mobbed after kicking a drop goal to win against Ulster during Friday night's Guinness PRO 14 match at Kingspan Stadium. Picture by Brian Little

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

Rugby
Michael O'Neill

Northern Ireland to face Israel in friendly

Football
Andrew Irwin suffered a crash during testing at Phillip Island.

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

Motorcycling

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

Rugby

Football rumour mill: PSG considering £30m swoop for Manchester United defender | Chelsea's Eden Hazard has not ruled out leaving the club

Football

DERRY CITY: Kenny Shiels calls on FAI to clamp down on diving

Football
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
Craig and Charlie Reid, The Proclaimers

Scottish duo The Proclaimers announce dates for Belfast and Dublin

Music

Glenarm walkers weekend coastal walk

Lifestyle
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

Lifestyle
Michel Roux Jnr holding a skrei cod.

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

News