A church service with a difference has attracted a congregation of hundreds, with pets of all shapes and sizes joining their owners.Read the full story ›
Cyclists of all ages and abilities got on their bikes to enjoy the third annual Ciclovia Belfast event on Sunday.Read the full story ›
A little Ballymena boy has received birthday cards and well-wishes from thousands of people, even as far afield as South Africa and the US.Read the full story ›
Actress Joanna Lumley has joined the Dalai Lama in visiting Londonderry to mark the 20th anniversary of the Children in Crossfire charity.Read the full story ›
The Army has made a special presentation to a 96-year-old veteran who had lost his beret and badge from the Second World War.Read the full story ›
An Irish family’s bid to catch a bat that flew into their house has been viewed by more than one million people, leaving them in stitches.Read the full story ›
This Sunday will see a historic moment as two groups from very different backgrounds in Belfast will come together for a unique performance.Read the full story ›
An old village police station has become one of only 12 B&Bs in Northern Ireland to be awarded a five-star rating.Read the full story ›
A month of festivities in Bangor gets underway on Tuesday with a special event focusing on how to regenerate the seaside town.Read the full story ›
A Co Antrim cat could be the oldest in the world, at 31 in human terms and 141 in “cat years”.
Sasha has been with her owner Beth for 25 years and may now have a shot at a place in the Gunness World Records.
Her age came to the attention of a local vet recently after she needed an operation – causing astonishment given how healthy she is for her advanced years.
Aideen Kennedy went to Newtownabbey to meet the top cat.