Monthly Archives: March 2018
BY TIM HEDGLEY, GROUP TRAVEL EDITOR VIRGIN Atlantic has commenced its biggest ever season from Belfast International Airport, which is expected to see 20,000 holiday-makers take advantage of the extra flights. From this week, the airline’s Belfast to Orlando route...more
POLICE say they have seized what they believe "could be one of Northern Ireland's largest ever hauls of herbal cannabis".
The cannabis was intercepted and five people arrested by PSNI officers on Friday 30 March following a joint operation by the...more
DETECTIVES are investigating a robbery in north Belfast this week. Poilice say that at around 9.50 pm on...more
'THE Untouchables' have targeted Dee Stitt's drug dealing North Down UDA gang as part of planned raids. Detective Inspector White said: “Officers from the Paramilitary Crime Task Force today carried out three searches under the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act in residential...more
LEADING ferry company Stena Line has just launched the Irish Sea’s first dedicated onboard passenger recliner suite... the Hygge Recline Lounge. Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) is a Scandinavian concept which conveys a therapeutic sense of cosiness, comfort and...more
AN Orange hall has been damaged in what police believe to be a petrol bomb attack.The incident happened on Saturday morning at Glenageeragh Orange Hall on the Glenhoy Road in Augher, Co Tyrone. Minor damage was caused to the building....more
FANS hoping to get an exclusive front-row view of the action for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation can now ensure they see the drama unfold at close quarters at Ballyliffin Golf Club after 18th grandstand tickets were...more
THE High Court in Belfast has granted leave for a Judicial Review to examine a range of alleged flaws in the Pre-Application Consultation process carried out by Canadian gold mining company, Dalradian, operating in Tyrone.