- An UIster Unionist MLA has proposed the end of the current system of separating political prisoners in Northern Ireland's prisons.
- An impressive display by Stena Line Belfast Giants on Saturday saw them win 4-1 over the Coventry Blaze in a physical game at home.
- Detectives from the PSNI's Major Investigation Team have revisited the west Belfast home where Joe Reilly was shot dead as the investigation to find his killers goes on.
- A man aged in his 30s has died following a road crash in Co Antrim.
- A father-of-two originally from Slovakia has died in Co Antrim following an early morning road crash.
- An investigation has been launched as nine people were taken to hospital after stairs collapsed at an amusement park in Ireland.
- Hillary Clinton has described Donald Trump's suggestion that he would not concede if he lost the US presidential election as a "direct threat to our democracy", while her unrepentant rival continued to insist that the system was "rigged".
- Up to 10 people have been taken to hospital after stairs collapsed at Tayto Park in County Meath on Saturday night.
- The Belfast Giants run out clear 4-1 winners over Coventry Blaze in Saturday night's Elite League match
- Paddy Jackson's last-gasp drop goal gives Ulster a one-point win over Exeter in their Champions Cup Pool 5 game in Belfast.
- Last season's runners-up Lisnagarvey are through to the second round of the Irish Senior Cup after a 3-2 win over Pembroke Wanderers.
- The Social Democratic and Labour Party's Colum Eastwood becomes the first leader of the party to address an Ulster Unionist Party conference.
- Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt says his party and the SDLP can work together to provide middle ground politics for Northern Ireland.
- Glenn Irwin collects the Sunflower Trophy for the first time by winning Saturday's feature race at Bishopscourt.
- Crusaders go four points clear at the top of the Premiership by beating Carrick Rangers as Linfield are held to a draw by Coleraine.
- Arsenal wasted a host of chances to toast Arsene Wenger's 67th birthday, labouring to a goalless Premier League draw with struggling Middlesbrough.
- A statue is unveiled in Belfast's Shankill area to recognise its history of boxing and inspire future generations.
- Inspired Munster score five tries to beat Glasgow 38-17 in their first match since the death of head coach Anthony Foley.
- Owners of a fuel company have say their business could have gone "up in flames" after a lorry caught fire following a reported break-in.
- A lorry carrying grain overturns on the M12 in County Armagh.
SDLP chief tells UUP conference that Northern Ireland opposition parties 'must break cosy establishment'Northern Ireland's official opposition parties can work together to break down the "all guff and no government" of Stormont's powersharing Executive, the SDLP leader has told the Ulster Unionist Party conference.
- Northern Ireland's official opposition parties can work together to break down the "all guff and no government" of Stormont's powersharing Executive, the SDLP leader has told the Ulster Unionist Party conference.
- Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Zoo annual photographic competition winners announced
Highly commended in category D best funny caption Go on give us a kiss- Not likely with a beak like that. -flamingoes by Gwyneth Ser. 3rd prize in category B best photograph taken by a zoo visitor - Western lowland gorilla baby by Gemma Vennard.
- Chelsea host Manchester United on Sunday, when former Blues boss Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge.
- BBC News
South Belfast: Man, woman and child lock themselves in bedroom during gang break-in
Three people including a small child locked themselves in a bedroom after a gang thought to be carrying a gun forced their way into a house in south Belfast. Police said the men broke into the house on Egeria Street, near Donegall Road, on Friday night ...
Small child locked in bedroom with man and woman in South Belfast as thugs break into houseBelfast Live
Family afraid to stay in south Belfa
- Three people, including a small child, locked themselves in a bedroom after a gang thought to be carrying a gun forced their way into a house in south Belfast.
- Belfast Telegraph
Ulster Unionist Party conference 2016 at Ramada Hotel, Belfast [Photos]
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 22nd October 2016 Ulster Unionist Party Conference 2016 at the Ramada Hotel, Belfast. Act of Remembrance to mark the Centenary of the Somme at the UUP party conference. Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.and more »
- It's that time of the year when the advisor likes to witness the gentle arrival of autumn, watching the first golden leaves flutter to the ground, feel that early nip in the air and to see the swallows head south, from the comfort of a warm restaurant.
- Belfast parents urged to keep children away from planned fight in Woodvale Park
The PSNI has urged parents to keep their children away from Woodvale Park in north Belfast following reports of an arranged fight. The PSNI has urged parents to keep their children away from a north Belfast park tonight following reports of an arranged ...and more »
- Belfast Live
Ryanair announces new summer route from Belfast
The budget airline is to deliver a twice weekly route to Faro between June and August from Belfast International Airport. Ryanair's Robin Kiely said: “We are pleased to add this new twice weekly route to Faro to our Belfast summer 2017 schedule, which ...
- From a distance, the impressive blue and white liner, with its sleek design and sparkling cleanliness, looks just like any other luxury cruise ship which criss-crosses the world's oceans - but even the most cursory of glances at the "clientele" of the Africa Mercy tells a different story.
- Belfast Fashionweek is in full swing at the moment and it's become a tradition in this column that I share a few insights into what the new season has in store.
- An Army commander in charge of the two soldiers involved in the shooting of a 15-year-old boy in Londonderry 44 years ago broke down and cried in the witness box as he read out a prepared statement to the boy's family.
- The ins and outs (and ups and downs) of Northern Ireland's firework regulations.
- Three members of the same family charged in connection with a fatal road crash have had their cases sent to crown court.
- Police have labelled the murder of Joe Reilly a "cold-blooded summary execution" - and believe that three children may have witnessed the killers fleeing the scene.
- A woman was sexually assaulted as she slept on a sofa after drinking in a house on Valentine's Day, a court has heard.
- Leading politicians and a victims campaigner last night hit out at plans to stage a production of a play by an IRA hunger striker at the PSNI’s Newforge Country Club.
- A prominent businessman and a former director of the now closed Austin's department store has been declared bankrupt.
- A Belfast cafe remains open for business after liquidators were appointed to the company which had previously been running it.
- The largest teachers' union in Northern Ireland has announced its members will go on strike next month.
- Belfast Live
Halloween Fireworks displays across Northern Ireland
Nothing says Halloween quite like a magical fireworks display to light up the skies and this year there are quite a few happening right across the country. With large displays lined up for Belfast and Derry there are a whole host of smaller displays ...and more »
- A Belfast family is raising money to get better treatment for a man who is battling for his life in Guatemala.
- Belfast Telegraph
Belfast cafe open for business as liquidators called in
A Belfast cafe remains open for business after liquidators were appointed to the company which had previously been running it. Faye McFarland, partner of Glenavon Football Club boss Gary Hamilton, said "nothing will change" at Harlem cafe on Bedford ...
- Belfast Telegraph
Man dies as Belfast motorway accident shuts M2
Tailbacks after a serious accident on the Belfast bound carriageway of the M2 at Junction 4. Pic: Colm O'Reilly. Gridlocked traffic on the Belfast-bound lane of the M2 motorway, near Sandyknowes roundabout, yesterday. One person died in a serious ...
Person dead after M2 incidentBelfast Newsletterall 16 news articles »
- One person died in a serious incident near a bridge that shut part of the M2 motorway yesterday, police have confirmed.
- School classrooms have become so unruly that self-defence courses run for teachers are now regularly oversubscribed.
Belfast flights cancelled after London City Airport evacuated after reports of a 'chemical incident' - Belfast TelegraphBelfast Telegraph
Belfast flights cancelled after London City Airport evacuated after reports of a 'chemical incident'
Handout photo taken with permission from the Twitter feed of Shauna/@shaunaaa of passengers outside the terminal building and grounded flights at London City Airport following an alert. PA. A number of flights between London City Airport and Belfast ...and more »
- MMA Fighting
Gegard Mousasi vs. Uriah Hall 2 to main event UFC Belfast with Gunnar Nelson out
Gunnar Nelson is injured and out of his main event with Dong Hyun Kim at UFC Fight Night 99 on Nov. 19 in Belfast, sources told MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani. In that fight's place will be a new headliner: a rematch between Gegard Mousasi and Uriah Hall.
Dong Hyun Kim vs. Gunnar Nelson Canceled, UFC Belfast Gets New Main EventMMAWeekly (blog)
UFC Belfast loses main event as Gunnar Nelson pu
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