It's been more than thirty years since we had a Northern Ireland winner of one of snooker's 'Majors'. But Mark Allen is the new Masters Champion following his thrilling victory at London's Alexandra Palace. Allen returned home this evening to a longstanding engagement - an exhibition game in Belfast. Mark Sidebottom is there
A unique archive of thousands of political documents, articles and posters from Northern Ireland in the 1990s is being made available online by Belfast's Linen Hall Library. Our education correspondent Robbie Meredith has more.
The cost of repairing damage to vehicles caused by potholes and other defects runs to nearly half a million pounds according to the latest government figures obtained by the BBC. The situation is being made worse by the winter weather. This year's maintenance budget is £63million. However one roads expert says the cost of repairing the entire road network is around a billion pounds. Mervyn...
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Snooker player Mark Allen will return home to Northern Ireland later today after winning one of the sports major tournaments last night. The Antrim man beat England's Kyren Wilson to clinch The Masters at the Alexandra Palace in London. Stephen Watson reports
A look ahead to a story we'll have on tomorrow's BBC Newsline about potholes. With budgets tight and the winter weather hitting hard what's being done to fix roads and how are motorists being affected?
The police have begun a murder inquiry following the death of a 53 year old man in east Belfast. The emergency services were called to flats on London Road off Ravenhill Avenue this morning. They found the man with injuries to his head and face. A 25 year old man and a 26 year old woman have been arrested.
The weather may be wintry but that hasn't stopped many primary school pupils getting out and about to study this week. They've been taking part in the big schools birdwatch run by the RSPB. Our education correspondent Robbie Meredith joined them.
A former deputy chief constable of the PSNI says the absence of a Stormont Executive is holding up the introduction of legislation designed to tackle domestic violence and abuse. The law is already in force in other parts of the UK as Aileen Moynagh reports.
For years Sinn Fein has boasted of the fact it pays its elected representatives the average industrial wage. Now it says the policy is voluntary and it's up to individuals to decide if they want to adhere to it. Here's our political correspondent Gareth Gordon