BBC News - Northern Ireland
Daryl Gurney boosts his Premier League play-offs hopes as he is the only winner on a night of draws in Birmingham.
Ireland international Bundee Aki apologises for 'liking' an anti-gay social media post by Israel Folau.
Nobody has ever been convicted of killing Jonathan Cairns, who died on his way home from a night out.
The pressure is on to restore power-sharing - but will the latest killing be a watershed or a false dawn?
The Irish Premiership's Europa League play-offs could feature three, four or five clubs after Institute opt not to apply for Uefa licence.
A man with motor neurone disease says a club that held a fundraiser for him should not be suspended.
Chelsea player Willian makes an 11-year-old boy's dreams come true with a surprise kickabout at Stamford Bridge.
Darren Cave will captain Ulster in Saturday's Pro14 derby against Leinster to mark his retirement from the game.
Scheme to replace yellow sodium lights to be rolled out - but some are not giving it a glowing welcome.
The lack of clarity about abortion law in Northern Ireland is creating confusion, says a new report.
Fr Martin Magill, a friend of Lyra McKee, spoke directly to politicians at the funeral of the murdered journalist.
MPs are told there is a huge disparity between RHI payment rates in Britain, the Republic and Northern Ireland.
A priest who was at the journalist's hospital beside after she was shot condemns the person who shot her.
The financial services firm says the decision to buy demonstrates a long-term commitment to Belfast.