Europe

UK: Truck driver pleads guilty to immigration offences

Maurice Robinson was not asked for a plea on 39 charges of manslaughter he faces.

UK: Truck driver pleads guilty to immigration offences

Northern Ireland

NI: Adams attempts to clear name over 'IRA jailbreaks'

The former Sinn Fein leader says his detention on the orders of a junior minister was invalid.

Gerry Adams challenges 1970s IRA jailbreak convictions

Europe

Johnson tells Northern Ireland businesses to 'bin' customs forms

The prime minister suggested his Brexit minister was wrong to say goods would face checks when crossing the Irish Sea.

Johnson tells Northern Ireland businesses to 'bin' customs forms

Europe

Johnson criticised for praising N Ireland's single market access

PM said Northern Ireland stood to win big from his Brexit deal, despite pulling mainland UK out of EU market.

Johnson criticised for praising N Ireland's single market access

Europe

UK election: Greens throw weight behind SDLP in South Belfast

'These are extraordinary times that demand an extraordinary response,' said Green Party's Clare Bailey.

UK election: Greens throw weight behind SDLP in South Belfast

Brexit

Brexit could fuel Northern Ireland paramilitary attacks: watchdog

Independent group says UK's EU departure risks stoking violence among nationalist and unionist groups.

Brexit could fuel Northern Ireland paramilitary attacks: watchdog

UpFront

Will Brexit lead to violence on the island of Ireland?

We ask Sinn Fein's Martina Anderson whether Brexit threatens peace, and if it advances the case for Irish reunification.

Will Brexit lead to violence on the island of Ireland?

UpFront

Deadlines and Ditches: The UK's Brexit saga continues

We debate Brexit's impact on democracy in Britain, and ask whether it could trigger violence in Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland

Abortion to be decriminalised in Northern Ireland

Much to the chagrin of the DUP, Northern Ireland will be brought into regulatory alignment with the rest of the UK.

Abortion to be decriminalised in Northern Ireland

Europe

Could Brexit put an end to peace in Northern Ireland?

Northern Ireland has enjoyed 20 years of reconciliation between nationalists and unionists but Brexit has put pressure on keeping the peace.

Brexit

Doubts over fate of Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Northern Ireland's DUP say they will not accept Boris Johnson's deal with the European Union.

Doubts over fate of Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Europe

Northern Ireland's DUP opposes UK government's Brexit plan

DUP statement seen as major setback for UK PM Boris Johnson, who needs party's support for any Brexit deal.

Northern Ireland's DUP opposes UK government's Brexit plan

Environment

Hurricane Lorenzo: The story of another 'strongest-ever recorded'

Earlier this week, Lorenzo was a Category 5 hurricane - the strongest ever recorded in the central North Atlantic.

Hurricane Lorenzo: The story of another 'strongest-ever recorded'

Health

Northern Ireland abortion law 'breaches human rights'

The ruling follows one woman's six-year legal battle after she was refused a termination.

Northern Ireland abortion law breaches human rights, court rules

Brexit

Johnson plans N Ireland 'special relationship' with EU for Brexit

British PM will deliver 'final' Brexit offer to party faithful on Wednesday, before EU summit on October 17. '