Steven Davis was instrumental in helping young Rangers star Charlie McCann move from the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland. International captain Davis and national team manager Ian Baraclough have made personal presentations to the 19-year-old who pledged his footballing future to the Irish FA. McCann – who played forRead More →

A Saturday and school holiday timetable is to operate on the public transport network on St. Patrick’s Day, Translink has confirmed. hey confirmed that Tube, Glider and Ulsterbus services will all use alternative timetables on Thursday March 17 and advised passengers to check the operator’s website before making any journeysRead More →

Funeral of Christopher Stalford Northern Ireland has lost a ‘proud and visionary son’, the funeral of DUP MP Christopher Stalford heard. The popular politician, whose funeral brought together figures from all political walks of life in Northern Ireland, was a ‘south Belfast boy through and through’, the mourners have said,Read More →

The President of the Royal College of Surgeons will meet the School of Medicine’s education team and tour the newly refurbished facilities which reinforce Magee’s reputation as a center of health and innovation. Professor Mortensen will meet with a small group of students (from backgrounds as diverse as business management,Read More →

CT closures Officials in Northern Ireland are considering the ‘next steps’ needed to introduce a biannual MOT test. In a survey of 1,224 respondents, there was support for the switch to passenger cars, light commercial vehicles and motorcycles from a technical inspection every two years. Under current rules, passenger carsRead More →

Robin Swann urged the public not to ‘take the plunge’ and warned the pandemic is not over All remaining legal Covid-19 restrictions in Northern Ireland are to be lifted and replaced with guidance from February 15, the health minister has said. However, Robin Swann urged the public not to “takeRead More →

Nicole Kidman claimed she ‘loved’ the brutal weather of Mornes’ action movie epic The Northman. he said the “extreme” conditions helped her portray her role as Norse queen Gudrún in the Viking drama. Nicole (54) explained: “It was extremely cold, extremely muddy, very Viking. And I loved it. “I arrivedRead More →

The world’s premier destination for ‘Game of Thrones’ fans has finally opened its doors in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Today, elated fans of HBO’s groundbreaking television program attended the official opening of the attraction and saw series stars Isaac Hempstead Wright (“Bran Stark”), Kristian Nairn (“Hodor”) and Nathalie Emmanuel “Missandei”) toRead More →

The Northern Ireland Under-21 international becomes the U’s second signing on transfer deadline day, following Marcus Browne’s transfer from Middlesbrough. Box-to-box midfielder Smyth joins Dungannon Swifts on a three-and-a-half-year deal. The U have reportedly fended off competition from several clubs to sign him, with National League big spenders Vanarama WrexhamRead More →

Coleraine teenager Bobby Jack McAleese is set to become the latest young star from Northern Ireland to join Nottingham Forest. Highly rated by the Bannsiders, renowned for developing young players, it is understood the 16-year-old midfielder is on his way to the EFL Championship side, who are aiming for promotionRead More →

It won “Best Screenplay” at the Golden Globes this month, is tipped for Oscar glory and finally on Friday Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast hits cinemas in Northern Ireland. he coming-of-age drama set at the start of the Troubles chronicles the life of 9-year-old working-class Buddy and his family caught up inRead More →

Coronavirus Entry requirements for Covid certification could be waived at a number of hospitality venues in Northern Ireland, the Prime Minister has said. Paul Givan said that while he would fully support scrapping compulsory certification, he expected a majority of ministers in the Power-Sharing Administration to back proposals to keepRead More →

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss Liz Truss says the European Union has a ‘clear responsibility’ to fix the problems caused by Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit deal as she prepares for her first face-to-face talks with Maros Sefcovic . The Foreign Secretary, who assumed responsibility for the negotiations after Lord Frost resigned, willRead More →

A recent Royal Mail trend of letters being correctly (and surprisingly) delivered to recipients using only their descriptions without an address, has left many people wondering; “How would I be described if a letter reached me this way?” “ o, at the Belfast Telegraph, we did just that, and askedRead More →

Here are the news headlines from across Northern Ireland. Stay with us for live updates and all the latest developments throughout the day. Former IRA-led Republican ex-convict organization asks for money for NI’s centenary A community organization that provides services to ex-Republican prisoners has applied for a grant from theRead More →

The annual Golden Globe Awards were different this year. Instead of being broadcast live on NBC, the winners were broadcast live on the Golden Globes website as well as their Twitter. The Golden Globe Awards are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The association was criticized in February 2021Read More →

PSNI Northern Ireland has seen a significant drop in the number of registered bombings in 2021, according to the latest security statistics. Fewer shootings and punitive attacks were also recorded by police, but there was one more punitive shooting in 2021 than in 2020. The latest figures compiled by theRead More →

Northern Ireland’s film and television industry continues to grow, with Netflix and Paramount among the latest US studios to bring projects to the region. While Line Of Duty and Bloodlands were some of the highlights of 2021, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast and the third and final season of Derry Girls areRead More →

Northern Ireland Health Trusts today reminded patients and their loved ones or caregivers of the need to leave acute care hospitals as soon as they are deemed fit for discharge. Hospital services across Northern Ireland are currently under extreme pressure and this situation could worsen over the next month toRead More →

Northern Ireland’s film and television industry is thriving despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, with several new projects being produced in the region. The national agency Northern Ireland Screen has called 2021 “another big year” for the region. Northern Ireland continued to attract major US studios to film inRead More →

More than 120 patients have died after contracting Covid-19 in hospitals in the Northern Trust area, it can be revealed. The Belfast Telegraph investigation has now found that at least 206 patient deaths are linked to certain or probable Covid healthcare associated infections (HCAI). The southern and southeastern trusts declinedRead More →