Northern Irish hero Niall McGinn has revealed he wants to play at international level and is determined to help the team qualify for Euro 2024. ith the future of several experienced Northern Ireland stars uncertain, 35-year-old winger McGinn has told the Belfast Telegraph he will make himself available to whomeverRead More →

Northern Ireland Under-21 star Isaac Price has insisted there is still more to come from him after being hailed as Everton’s ‘best player’ in their friendly win against Celtic. The 19-year-old put in a strong performance at Sydney’s Accor Stadium as he made his first start for the Premier LeagueRead More →

Connor Phillips and Holly Hamilton will present a special from Northern Ireland Children in Need and Pudsey’s marathon fundraising day for disadvantaged children and young people in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK is well underway. Presenter Holly Hamilton said she was delighted to be at this year’sRead More →

Heartbroken as the young Gaelic footballer from Co Tyrone in Ireland dies suddenly. Image: Trillick St Macartans/Facebook TRIBUTES flooded social media on Thursday November 10 after news broke that the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) footballer VSOnor McCaughey, who played for Trillick St Macartans, died suddenly earlier this week. The youngRead More →

Glentoran star Conor McMenamin has confessed he was gutted when Ian Barraclough lost his job as manager of Northern Ireland. While Baraclough was an unpopular figure in the Green and White Army due to Northern Ireland’s disappointing results during his tenure, McMenamin is grateful to the former Motherwell boss forRead More →

A professional catering champion who once demolished a huge soda filled Ulster Fry in Banbridge this summer has returned to Northern Ireland to take on more food challenges. Andy Santel has 1.4 million subscribers on YouTube, where he’s known for tackling some of the world’s toughest professional food challenges. NowRead More →

Lithuanian-born Loughgall striker Nedas Maciulaitis credits football with helping him integrate into Northern Irish society. We moved to Portadown with his parents when they were only five years old. At first Maciulaitis found it difficult to adjust to life in Ulster, without his usual home comforts. But football was aRead More →

Michael Martin The Prime Minister of Ireland called “honest” and “very helpful” Northern Ireland Minister Steve Baker’s apology for his previous stance on Brexit. Taoiseach Micheal Martin praised the tone of Mr Baker’s “initial” comments. Mr Baker, a strident former Brexiteer and member of the Pro-Brexit Research Group of MEPs,Read More →

Olympic and Paralympic heroes and local sporting legends have teamed up with Lidl Northern Ireland to launch this year’s Sport for Good Schools program which, in partnership with children’s charity Youth Sport Trust, aims to promote healthy mental positive impact among secondary school students across Northern Ireland through sport. .Read More →

Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris Sinn Fein vice-president Michelle O’Neill has told new Northern Ireland secretary Chris Heaton-Harris that people in the region are in “desperate” need of an executive. The couple held talks in Dungannon, County Tyrone, ahead of a scheduled meeting with the DUP later on Thursday. MsRead More →

ARMAGH GAA STAR Jamie Clarke is ‘delighted’ to have signed for Newry City AFC. The arrival of the Crossmaglen Rangers footballer was announced last night, ahead of Newry’s 2022/23 Northern Ireland Premiership opener against Carrick Rangers FC. Clarke, 33, excelled through a stop-start inter-county career with Orchard County. The giftedRead More →

Northern Ireland is becoming a top tourist destination, with stunning natural sites and famous landmarks in abundance. while many have shared thousands of social media posts praising our jaw-dropping sights, some opinions have taken a slightly more ‘wacky’ approach. Belfast blogger and photographer Mark Rowan, who runs the popular NorthernRead More →

Michaela Walsh of Northern Ireland insists she is proud to be part of the Commonwealth Games medal-dominating team as she seeks to finish some unfinished business with the competition. he Belfast star joined brother Aidan in securing at least a bronze medal in Birmingham when she beat Botswana’s Keamogetse SadieRead More →

A Gaelic football The Northern Ireland star who moved to South Boston earlier this year was arrested today for hitting and then kicking a man outside the Lincoln Tavern so hard the man could lose a kidney. Ciaran McFaul, 28, was released on $5,000 bail for assault and battery withRead More →

Lauren Wade is set to mix it up again with England’s Euro 2022 winning stars. he Northern Ireland international’s impressive performances in the Women’s Euro 2022 final should see him through to the Women’s Super League, with confirmation expected before the end of this week. The Belfast Telegraph understands thatRead More →

Northern Ireland should aspire to host the Commonwealth Games in the ‘long-term future’ if there is ‘significant investment in facilities infrastructure’ due to the changing nature of how the event multisports is organized, according to the new Team NI mission leader. Alison Moffitt-Robinson. Moffitt-Robinson’s fascinating comments come just days beforeRead More →

It wasn’t celebrated much, but this year marks the 50th anniversary of the suspension of the Northern Ireland Parliament. On March 30, 1972, as the violence of the Troubles spiraled out of control, British Prime Minister Edward Heath decided to end decades of devolved government and impose direct government fromRead More →