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# Belfast

Yesterday
20th June 2024
Kneecap given go-ahead to challenge UK government in court for blocking them from getting £15,000
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Sinn Féin's Michelle O’Neill tells unity rally that Casement Park will be 'built on my watch'
Sinn Féin's Michelle O’Neill tells unity rally that Casement Park will be 'built on my watch'
Last month
May 2024
Garda deployed to Belfast to support immigration investigations
Lyra McKee murder trial begins in Belfast with documentary footage shown in court
Rishi Sunak asked if he’s ‘captaining a sinking ship’ during visit to Belfast’s Titanic Quarter
Murder investigation underway after 34-year-old woman found dead in Belfast
Michelle O'Neill 'underlines commitment to A5' during Harris's first trip to Belfast as Taoiseach
This year
2024
UK's Covid-19 inquiry to begin sittings in Belfast
Opening of trial over 2019 murder of journalist Lyra McKee delayed amid legal arguments
Luke Littler overcomes Nathan Aspinall to secure first Premier League win
Over 20,000 counterfeit Apple and electronic devices seized by officers in Armagh and Belfast
Four arrested after armed gardaí intercept car on M50 following reported kidnapping in Belfast
Britain's Queen Camilla meets Michelle O'Neill (and a baby) on solo trip to Northern Ireland
Police in Northern Ireland freeze four bank accounts belonging to West Belfast UDA member
Diggers move in to Casement Park as O'Neill says Euros is 'huge opportunity'
Belfast mural criticising White House visits repainted after being defaced
The artist whose work the mural is based on said freedom of speech should be respected.
PSNI arrest man in Belfast who is wanted to stand trial for Kilkenny drugs offences
Michelle O’Neill ‘determined’ that Casement Park will be rebuilt in time for Euro 2028
Tánaiste backs calls for debate on reform of Stormont institutions
Man and woman die after three-vehicle collision in Belfast last night
PSNI arrest man (22) on extradition warrant issued by Spanish authorities for murder
UK Government outline terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing
How has Belfast's overgrown Casement Park become the latest pitch battle around cross-border funding?
Many unionists say they would prefer no Euro 2028 games to be hosted in Northern Ireland if Casement is the venue of choice.
How has Belfast's overgrown Casement Park become the latest pitch battle around cross-border funding?
Many unionists say they would prefer no Euro 2028 games to be hosted in Northern Ireland if Casement is the venue of choice.
Man who admitted to killing partner and three children in house fire sentenced to 29 years
The male strip show 'scandal' has been making headlines in NI for three days - here's why...
The media can’t get enough of the Devenish story, but Northern Ireland has bigger things to worry about.
Redevelopment work on Casement Park set to begin next week
John Lavery courtroom painting of Roger Casement trial expected to get around €30,000 at auction
Funding for Casement Park redevelopment is still a 'big difficulty', new Stormont minister says
Funding for Casement Park redevelopment is still a 'big difficulty', new Stormont minister says
Four former British soldiers to be charged over shootings in Belfast in 1972
Leo Varadkar to meet with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and new Stormont leaders tomorrow
Michelin Guide awards new Bib Gourmands to six restaurants on island of Ireland
Brian Rowan: The people of Northern Ireland have finally had enough of its broken politics
Brian Rowan
NI Strikes: Varadkar says public sector workers haven't got pay increases 'they should have'
Some 16 trade unions with joint membership totalling around 170,000 are taking part in industrial action today.
Unions in the North have been involved in long-running pay disputes, in some cases lasting for several years.
Workers are demanding that pay awards made to counterparts elsewhere in the UK are introduced in Northern Ireland.
Speaking at Belfast City Hall this afternoon, Nipsa general secretary Carmel Gates said strike action will grow if demands aren't met.
Brian Rowan: 'The politics of this place is a story of power cuts rather than power sharing'
Brian Rowan
Man shot dead in West Belfast was facing charges for murder of another man in Lurgan last year
Judge throws out Sinn Féin MLA's case against reporter as 'scandalous, frivolous and vexatious'
Thomas 'Tucker' McConville, son of 'Disappeared' mother-of-10 Jean McConville, has died aged 59