The aerospace manufacturer plans a global cull of 7,000 due to falling sales
During the Troubles, it was well known British intelligence had informants inside paramilitary organisations
Highly-sensitive documents suggest terrorist who plotted attack that killed nine civilians in 1993 was British agent
So called 'knee-capping' or 'punishment shootings' in Belfast are traditionally associated with paramilitary groups, such as The IRA
The car's armoured plating and bulletproof glass saved the lives of the two officers inside the vehicle
The accountancy company insists it has 'no indication' alleged tax evasion related to its own business or that of its clients
The crowd was told singer Liam Payne was taken ill at the last moment, but that he is not seriously unwell
Winning the TS Eliot Prize is hardly a matter of life and death. But the film of that name inspired Sinéad Morrissey to pen a collection which finally secured the UK’s most prestigious poetry prize for Belfast’s first poet laureate.
A senior church figure has urged political parties in Northern Ireland to reach agreement on dealing with the past.
The man ran through the Cornmarket area of Belfast with his clothes on fire
Bomb exploded in a busy area of Belfast City
Organisers in Liverpool called for 10,000 people to attend in a bid to beat their Las Vegas rivals
Former IRA commander repeatedly abused Aine Adams when she was aged between 5 and 9
Downton Abbey star Jim Carter has taken part in a 1,000 mile cycle tour as part of a bid to recreate the spirit of the Olympics.
Filmmaker Nathan Todd said the PR package was 'not intended to offend anyone'
A student who achieved seven A*s in his A-levels yesterday has been rejected from Oxford - but isn’t 'in any way disappointed'.