Teenagers in Northern Ireland have become the first 16 to 17-year-olds to get a COVID vaccine in the UK.
Hospitals in Belfast have called in extra nurses to deal with the “extreme pressure” from increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients as Northern Ireland runs out of hospital beds.
Four children have been taken to hospital after a funfair ride collapsed in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland has provisionally broken its temperature record for the second day in a row – and the third time in a week.
Northern Ireland has again recorded what’s thought to be its highest-ever temperature – but the UK heatwave is forecast to soon give way to heavy rain and thunder.
The government will set out its plans for post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland within the next two weeks – as Labour claimed trust in Boris Johnson over the issue had fallen to “an all-time low”.
The new DUP leader says Northern Ireland risks losing out on economic opportunities because of the Brexit border in the Irish Sea.
To lose one leader may be regarded as misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness – I’m sure Oscar Wilde will forgive me for plagiarising him.
The future of Northern Ireland’s devolved government hangs in the balance with Sinn Fein refusing to ratify the Democratic Unionist Party’s nominee for first minister.
Boris Johnson has described working with US President Joe Biden as “a big breath of fresh air” following the pair’s first face-to-face meeting – during which the two leaders appeared to skirt around a confrontation over Northern Ireland.
Edwin Poots has been elected leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland.
Arlene Foster has told Sky News she will step down as DUP leader and Northern Ireland’s first minister, following calls within the party for a leadership contest.
The celebrity doctor being sued by Northern Ireland’s first minister over false rumours of an extra-marital affair has told a court he is suffering from “quite serious mental health problems”.
Veterans minister Johnny Mercer has left the government amid his unhappiness over a lack of progress on legislation designed to protect ex-soldiers who served in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland is “entering brighter and better times” as its lockdown exit plans have been brought forward.
Adults coercing children to take part in violent clashes in Northern Ireland could be committing child abuse, a child protection expert has suggested.
More than a week of unrest has rocked Northern Ireland in what police have described as the worst violence seen in the country in years.
Police in Northern Ireland came under attack for a third night in a row as tensions spiralled into violence across the region.
Dublin has said it is unaware of any offer of spare COVID jabs from the UK following reports Britain planned to share millions of doses, partly to help Northern Ireland exit lockdown.
Conservative MPs have warned new UK government powers to force Northern Ireland to expand abortion services are “putting the Union at risk”.
Scotland’s stay-at-home order will be lifted on 2 April and replaced with a “stay local” message, with Northern Ireland set to follow 10 days later.
The UK has defended its unilateral action over the Northern Ireland protocol, calling the move “temporary and technical steps” which “largely” continue measures already in place.
Uncertainty around the future of the Northern Ireland protocol has seen the construction of purpose-built inspection facilities at ports halted.
Northern Ireland’s lockdown will be extended to 1 April but some children will return to school earlier, First Minister Arlene Foster has confirmed.
Move over Boris Bridge, if you want to get from Scotland to Northern Ireland and back, burrowing is the way to go.
Boris Johnson has called on the EU to “urgently clarify its intentions” after Brussels moved to introduce controls on the export of COVID-19 vaccines from the bloc to Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland’s lockdown has been extended to 5 March, First Minister Arlene Foster has confirmed.
The faster-spreading COVID-19 variant believed to behind a surge in cases in England has been detected in Ireland and Northern Ireland, officials say.
Northern Ireland will enter a six-week lockdown on Boxing Day amid rising COVID-19 infections and severe pressure on hospitals.
Britons wanting to take their pets to Northern Ireland or abroad to the EU next year will have to apply for an animal health certificate under new post-Brexit rules.