Arts and Entertainment Sinéad Morrissey is the winner of the TS Eliot Prize

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.

Hillary Clinton uses Northern Ireland visit to call for end to violence as bomb is discovered in Londonderry

US secretary of state Hillary Clinton urged an end to the new outbreak of violence in Northern Ireland today.

Riots flare in Northern Ireland for second night over Union flag decision

More attacks have been carried out on the non-sectarian Alliance Party during a night of violence in Northern Ireland.

Removal of flag 'provoked' loyalists

Recrimination raged in Belfast after 18 people, including 15 police officers, were injured in riots sparked by a dispute over flag-flying. Peter Robinson, the First Minister, described the removal of the Union Flag from Belfast City Hall as "provocative".

Loyalists confront Police Service of Northern Ireland officers as they try to force their way into Belfast City Hall

Violence flares after controversial Belfast vote over Union flag

Violence which erupted in Belfast after a controversial vote on the Union flag was unacceptable, Northern Ireland's First Minister warned today.

Hillary Clinton to visit Northern Ireland on ‘farewell tour’

Secretary of State will discuss peace process on final trip before her term in office ends

Clinton to visit Northern Ireland on ‘farewell tour’

Secretary of State will discuss peace process on final trip before her term in office ends

Police Service of Northern Ireland officers patrol the area close to the fatal shooting on the M1 motorway near Lurgan

'IRA' group admit responsibility for murder of prison officer David Black

Responsibility for the murder of a prison officer in Northern Ireland has been admitted by an alliance of dissident republican splinter groups which came together in June.

One of the last Ceefax pages

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Kunal Dutta witnesses the end of an era in Co Antrim

Inquiry call as Northern Ireland abortion clinic opens

Northern Ireland's Attorney General has called for an investigation into the opening of the country's first private abortion clinic.

Call for abortion clinic inquiry as Marie Stopes opens new centre in Belfast

Northern Ireland's Attorney General has called for an investigation into the opening of the country's first private abortion clinic.

Northern Ireland police sued over 'collusion' in shooting

Relatives of six men killed in an attack by loyalists on a Catholic bar in Northern Ireland eighteen years ago are pursuing legal action alleging state collusion in the incident.

Bomb left in Belfast 'intended to murder'

A bomb left in North Belfast tonight was intended to kill, police have claimed.

Influential Conservative backbench MP Graham Stuart slams pace of Michael Gove’s education reforms

A scathing attack of Education Secretary Michael Gove’s school reforms was delivered tonight by the Conservative party’s most influential backbench MP on education.

Orange Order members parade through Belfast city centre to mark the 100th anniversary of the Ulster Covenant

Belfast Covenant parade begins peacefully

A contentious Unionist parade passed a Catholic church in Belfast went off without incident, but residents have accused the marchers of breaking rules.

Belfast loyal order parade court bid is rejected

A late court bid to change restrictions on a contentious loyal order parade through Belfast has been rejected

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