Hundreds of homes evacuated as rain, gale batter Britain

Torrential rainfall and gusts caused by Storm Frank has brought more misery to already heavy-hit areas in north Britain.

Indian family targeted in arson attack in Northern Ireland

The family are originally from India and have been living in the property for more than 10 years.

UK police arrest 15-year-old boy after telecoms cyberattack

British police say they have arrested a teenage boy in Northern Ireland in connection with a cyber-attack on British telecoms company Talk Talk.

N Ireland leaders begin talks to avoid govt collapse

Crisis talks aimed at saving Northern Ireland`s power-sharing government from collapse began Monday after a row over alleged Irish Republican Army (IRA) activity caused a mass walkout of unionist ministers.

Facebook pays for 'allowing' underage girl to sign up
Facebook pays for 'allowing' underage girl to sign up

Facebook agreed to pay an undisclosed amount as out of court settlement to the father of a girl who, he claims, “was exposed to online sexual predators at the age of 11”, Daily Mail reported.

Northern Ireland's First Minister resigns

 Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson stepped down from the power-sharing government over the political crisis linked to the Irish Republican Army (IRA).

Northern Ireland spirals towards worst crisis since 1998 peace deal

Northern Ireland’s power-sharing administration was on the brink of collapse on Thursday after a murder linked to the IRA plunged the province towards the gravest crisis since a 1998 peace deal ended years of sectarian violence.

N Ireland govt on brink of collapse over IRA row

 Northern Ireland`s government looked in danger of falling apart Wednesday as a political row over alleged Irish Republican Army (IRA) activity reached crisis point.

Thomas Mueller and Kyle​ Lafferty push Germans and Northern Irish to verge of Euro
Thomas Mueller and Kyle​ Lafferty push Germans and Northern Irish to verge of Euro

Thomas Mueller and Kyle Lafferty`s careers are worlds apart in terms of achievement but on Monday both players scored vital goals that took Germany and Northern Ireland respectively to within touching distance of next year`s Euro 2016 finals.

Germany go top, Northern Ireland move closer to Euro 2016
Germany go top, Northern Ireland move closer to Euro 2016

Striker Mario Goetze scored twice in a 3-1 win over Poland which put Germany top in their group as Northern Ireland moved closer to the Euro 2016 finals by beating the Faroe Islands 3-1 on Friday.

N Irish Unionists want Parliament suspended for crisis talks

Northern Ireland`s first minister will ask Britain`s Prime Minister to suspend the Northern Irish Assembly for four weeks to facilitate talks to save the power-sharing executive threatened by a crisis over an IRA-linked murder.

World champions Germany get kind qualifying draw for 2018 World Cup
World champions Germany get kind qualifying draw for 2018 World Cup

World champions Germany avoided facing some of their strongest rivals when the draw for the European qualifying groups for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia was made on Saturday.

Nepal axes Indian physio Aijaz Bashir Ashai accused of sexually harassing masseuse

Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) on Friday terminated the contract of national team physio Aijaz Bashir Ashai after the Indian was accused of sexually assaulting a female masseuse in a Northern Ireland hotel where he and his team members were staying.

Belfast police attacked in loyalist parade violence

Northern Ireland`s police were pelted with bricks and bottles and used water cannon to disperse crowds as violence broke out at a traditional Orange Order parade in Belfast on Monday.

Northern Ireland miss chance to top Romania after goalless draw
Northern Ireland miss chance to top Romania after goalless draw

Northern Ireland were left lamenting their missed chances as they failed to leapfrog Romania at the top of their qualifying group for next year`s European Championships after a 0-0 draw at Belfast`s Windsor Park on Saturday.

Northern Ireland terror attack gun found in London museum

An assault rifle displayed at London`s Imperial War Museum has been removed after it emerged that it was linked to a terror attack in Northern Ireland in 1992, the police ombudsman said on Friday.

Rory McIlroy puts charity in charge at Irish Open
Rory McIlroy puts charity in charge at Irish Open

World number one Rory McIlroy says he will enjoy his role as tournament host but also wants to correct his form at this week`s Irish Open at Royal County Down in Northern Ireland.

N.Ireland First Minister Robinson hospitalised

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson was admitted to hospital on Monday, according to a party spokesman, for tests on a suspected heart condition.

Baker found guilty in North Ireland `gay cake` case

A Christian bakery in Northern Ireland was on Tuesday found guilty of discrimination for refusing to bake a cake advocating gay marriage in a landmark legal case brought by local authorities.

North Ireland's DUP secures 8 seats, eyes UK balance of power

Northern Ireland`s Democratic Unionist Party retained eight seats in Britain`s parliament on Friday and said they would consider supporting a minority Conservative government in exchange for a package of financial and political concessions.