England’s top hospital inspector has called for the transformation of emergency care, insisting that reforming the health service is not just about
Hard-pressed supermarket shoppers could soon start to see upward prices easing off one year on from the EU referendum, figures suggest.
If you asked a 100 people to name a rude-sounding town in Ulster, what would be in the top five?
A new documentary about Diana, Princess of Wales featuring controversial video tapes recorded by her voice coach is to be shown on Channel 4.
A large number of firms in Northern Ireland have considered setting up or expanding operations in the European Union to overcome concerns around Brexi
The firm behind Titanic Quarter made a loss of £1.3m during 2016 as it pointed to challenging conditions in property development as well as the imp
Investors have vowed to transfrom an Art Deco-style Belfast property after acquiring it from the firm led by developer Frank Boyd.
Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez is prepared to take a pay cut, Liverpool want Leicester title winner and Chelsea boss Conte has £150m burning a whole in his
Domino's Pizza has inked an agreement with Amazon Echo that will enable voice ordering for customers as it looks to boost slowing sales growth.
Poland's president has signed into law one of three contested bills which critics say limit the independence of the judiciary.
At least 16 people have been killed this week in heavy monsoon rains that have lashed western India, including the desert state of Rajasthan, with mor
Many aspects of economic analysis fail to enthuse the non-economist. Talk of GDP or productivity or balance of payments rarely make for engaging after
The Orange Order has an unfortunate habit of casting itself in a poor light. A case in point is the article in the Orange Standard decrying the use of
Many people find that their careers take an unexpected detour at some point — and for some that detour can change the course of their lives.
The sense of grief, sadness and despair was palpable. In shops and offices, people gathered to express their sorrow. On social media the news was diss
Belfast has been named as one of the world's fastest-growing cities in the world for prime retail space, according to the latest research carried out
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, is at risk of being demonised on flawed criticism. He has tried to explain the rationale for public s
The Prime Minister sets off on her walking holiday in the Alps with what must be a very bitter taste in her mouth.
Tesco is extending its same-day online grocery delivery service across Northern Ireland as it looks to compete with rivals.
Sales across bookstore chain Eason's nine Northern Ireland stores have plunged by €4m (£3.58m) over the last 12 months, it has emerged.
Pub giant JD Wetherspoon has won the go-ahead for its £2m project to transform a former Belfast church into a bar.
Ryanair, which flies to 12 destinations from Belfast, has posted a jump in first-quarter profits, but again warned that Brexit could cause it to groun
Machines can identify us by our irises and our fingerprints - but a Belfast firm is bringing biometrics into a new age with technology identifying us
Online car marketplace Auto Trader is teaming up with the Belfast Telegraph to maximise the motoring audiences enjoyed by both.
A bus company planning to run an express service between Belfast and Londonderry in a £4m investment has said it is disappointed at a government de
James Bond will return to the big screen for a fresh instalment in 2019, creators have said.
County Antrim made a flying start to the SuperCupNI’s Premier Section, defeating Newcastle United 3-1 at the Ballymena Showgrounds.
Fifty years ago the civil rights campaign was launched in the North of Ireland. Its modest demands to secure equal rights for all citizens were met wi
The Stormont stalemate is endangering the long-awaited upgrade of the A5 road, an MLA has said.
A wolf has been shot dead after it escaped from a wildlife park.
Profits at Virgin Money jumped in the first half of the year, but the bank sounded a note of caution on the UK housing market.
Former US President Bill Clinton thought that David Trimble did a brilliant job in convincing the crazies in his own party to sign up to a package
Love Island winners Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies have thanked their loyal fans for supporting them through an “emotional, rocky ride”.
Drinks firm Fever-Tree has upgraded its profits forecast after revenues fizzed up in the first half of the year.
Northern Ireland marksmen have out-gunned their opponents to win a series of major honours in Britain - cheered on by an Ulster motorcycle star who wa
A courageous Coastguard rescue team saved the life of a teenage girl trapped on rocks by a rising tide with just moments to spare last night.
A man who lost his brother in the Claudy bombing has said the pain and anguish is as raw today as it ever was.
A rural parish in Co Donegal has bid an emotional goodbye to three local women who died following an horrific road collision.
Robert Dunlop first rode at the Ulster Grand Prix in 1982 and went on to score nine wins at the event - seven 125cc races and two Superbike - before h
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Sporting history tends not to remember those who finished second. You'd do well to find someone who could tell you the two runners-up in 2003 when Ben
Carl Frampton has never been one for allowing himself to become something that he is not, and that's why a tinge of anger remains surrounding the loss
Two sisters whose parents welcomed a family of Belfast evacuees into their home during World War Two have had an emotional reunion with one of their c
Manchester United's much heralded return to competitive action in the SuperCupNI attracted a bumper crowd to Portstewart's Seahaven ground.
Sean Ward has swapped the red, white and blue of Linfield for the red and black of Crusaders this summer, but he says there is nothing to separate the
Leon Reid has admitted his dream of competing for Ireland in the World Championships next month looks to be shattered.
Northern Ireland's women's Under-19 team chalked up an impressive 4-0 win against their Welsh counterparts yesterday in the second leg of their Super
An elite RUC team trained a Sri Lankan police unit that murdered 10 members of the same family, a widow of one of the victims has claimed in a complai
A farmer's son from Co Fermanagh whose beef has graced the plate of the Queen has launched a high-end burger laced with Guinness flavours - although i
Furious parents of pupils at a school that has changed its PE kit have hit out at the distance they have to travel to buy the new sportswear - and its
A man accused of attempted murder kicked his unconscious victim's head like a footballer taking a free-kick , a court has heard.
A Northern Irishman has died while attempting an arduous one-mile swim in Lake Garda, despite a dramatic rescue attempt by his family.
The father of tragic Dean McIlwaine's best friend Alan Drennan, who died two years ago in Ibiza, has told how he froze in horror when he heard the new
Sinn Fein Mayor of Derry and Strabane Council Maoliosa McHugh has come under fire for addressing a rally supporting a dissident republican while weari
The price of an Ulster Fry could soar after Brexit, according to economists.
Retired rugby star Simon Danielli has been advised to seek independent legal advice as a result of disclosure documents.
The cost of holiday childcare has risen by more than 50% across Britain since 2010, Labour has said.
The BBC's gender pay gap is unfair and distressing to every woman in the corporation, veteran Northern Ireland presenter Wendy Austin has said.
The High Court in Dublin has refused to order the extradition of former journalist Ian Bailey to France in relation to the murder of a filmmaker in th
Grime star Stormzy has promised to keep his collaboration with Ed Sheeran alive while on tour, but only to annoy one particular fan.
The Orange Order has condemned sectarian attacks on two of its halls over the weekend.
Prominent Orangeman Wallace Thompson has been in the news for saying Protestants should avoid using the term RIP — ‘Requiescant in pace’ or ‘r
A DUP MP has hit out at a former Presbyterian Moderator who said there is a reservoir of anti-Catholicism and sectarianism in the Orange Order.
The parents of Charlie Gard have ended their court action as they tried to take their terminally ill son to the United States for treatment.What condi
Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo is to be acquired by US fashion brand Michael Kors in an £896 million deal.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said the general election “did not evolve entirely in the way the Government had hoped”, as he dismissed specu
A “deluge” of drugs has fuelled violence, debt and self-harm at a men’s jail, the chief inspector of prisons has warned.
Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer could face a possible conflict of interest following reports he may take up a role as adviser to a
Dog walking could be key to keeping older people more active, a new study has confirmed.
New Pictish remains have been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development.
Two 17-year-olds have been arrested after a set of antique train carriages that featured in the Downton Abbey TV series were vandalised.
The father of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague is reported to have blocked the entrance to a landfill site where police were searching for his son.
The parents of a teenage driver who livestreamed the fatal crash that killed their younger daughter have said they believe she did not intend her sist
Donald Trump has spoken to advisers about sacking his attorney general, as he rages against the legal chief's decision to excuse himself from anything
Charlie Gard’s parents are spending their “last precious moments” with the terminally ill little boy after abandoning attempts to persuade a jud
Manchester City's summer spending spree may not be over despite reaching the £200million-mark with the signing of left-back Benjamin Mendy from Monac
A woman slapped the back of a police car shortly before an Australian woman was shot dead by an officer, according to a search warrant.
Former GAA referees' chief Pat McEnaney has offered a stern defence of officials after Donegal captain Michael Murphy was controversially black carded
Ulster have two representatives in the Ireland Women's squad for next month's Women's Rugby World Cup, which is being hosted in Belfast and Dublin.
New Manchester City signing Benjamin Mendy is confident he is the right man to join the most expensively-assembled defence in history.
The future of football in Northern Ireland is in safe hands, thanks to former Glentoran goalkeeper Declan Devine.
Derek McGarrity and Kenny McKinstry, with 11 Northern Ireland rally titles between them, lead the line-up for Saturday's Tyrone Stages, round four of
Northern Ireland midfielder Ollie Norwood is set to join Fulham on loan from Brighton after the two clubs agreed a deal yesterday.
Derry City hit two late goals to beat Finn Harps 2-0 on a frantic night in Ballybofey. With little between the sides, defender Darren Cole struck with
Steve Saviano will link up with Dustin Johner at a third club after the Belfast Giants confirmed that the star forward will see out the second season
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has urged Bruno Alves to talk up after telling the veteran defender he wants him to be his eyes and ears on the pitch.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is optimistic that Emre Can will stay at the club after good contract talks were held with the midfielder.
Israel has taken down metal detectors from entrances to a holy Jerusalem shrine to defuse a crisis that angered the Muslim world and triggered some of
Rory McIlroy believes he has finally found some momentum in time for the final major of the year.
Christopher Nolan’s cinematic wartime drama Dunkirk has soared to the top of the UK box office on its opening weekend debut.
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