As part of the Falkland Islands' 40th anniversary year of events in the UK, a delegation from Falkland House visited Belfast and Northern Ireland.
Queen’s University, Belfast, will be hosting a very special academic event dedicated to The Falkland Islands and Forty Years of Progress: environment and science, to be held on 20 October at the Elmwood Building, School of Natural and Built Environment, in the Northern Ireland capital.
For the first time in the century of its existence, Northern Ireland has more residents who identify as Catholic than those calling themselves Protestants, a census has shown, according to results published on Thursday.
King Charles III will make his first visit to Northern Ireland as monarch on Tuesday, as part of a tour of the UK. He will meet Stormont's party leaders and receive a message of condolence from the speaker of the assembly.
The European Union has announced that it will respond with all measures at its disposal if the British government pushes ahead with unilateral changes to the Brexit deal on Northern Ireland. UK has said it wants to change the legally binding treaty that it signed less than two years ago.
By Gwynne Dyer – Four months ago, Jonathan Powell warned that the Good Friday agreement of 1998 that ended 30 years of killing in Northern Ireland was at risk.
Sinn Fein, the Irish nationalist party that wants Northern Ireland out of British rule to create a united Ireland, has won for the first time the largest number of seats in the Belfast legislature, (27 out of 90) and announced that on Monday will be going to Stormont seat of the region's assembly to form a government. Meantime the governments of UK, US and Ireland have called on all parties to agree on a new administration.
People across the United Kingdom headed to the polls on Thursday for local and regional elections in a vote that will indicate the mood of the British public midway through the first full term of Boris Johnson's premiership.
Northern Ireland's First Minister Paul Givan Thursday handed in his resignation citing discrepancies regarding Brexit protocols. As a consequence of his decision, Sinn Féin’s Michelle O’Neill also leaves her position as Deputy First Minister, due to the existing power-sharing arrangements dating back to 1998.
Northern Ireland recalled in silence the 50th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday massacre when British paratroopers killed fourteen unarmed Catholic protestors in downtown Londonderry. In a poignant procession families of the victims retraced the original 1972 civil rights march through the city with crowds lining the streets in a show of respect and solidarity.