One Direction star Niall Horan proved popular at this year’s NI Open Pro-Am with hordes of young fans turning up to watch him in action.Read the full story ›
Former Belfast-based BBC NI journalist Andy West has fallen at the final hurdle in Big Brother, ending up coming fourth in the series.Read the full story ›
The iconic Dark Hedges in Co Antrim have lost another tree which has fallen overnight.
The tree-lined Bregagh Road in Ballymoney is a popular tourist destination for Game of Thrones fans as it is the location for the Kingsroad in the hit fantasy series.
It was closed to traffic on Wednesday due as the road was partially blocked.
It comes after several trees fell victim to Storm Gertrude in January.
The wood was salvaged to create 10 Game of Thrones themed doors which were unveiled at tourist destinations across Northern Ireland last month to coincide with the airing of the sixth season.
One Direction star Niall Horan is among the celebrities teeing off at the NI Open Pro-Am at Galgorm Castle in Ballymena.Read the full story ›
A Belfast filmmaker has won an international award for his online crime series based in the city.
Aidan Largey, 28, picked up Best Pilot Drama at SeriesFest in Denver, Colorado for 'Farr'.
The Cold Feet cast have been seen together for the first time ahead of the show's revival, more than a decade after the last series.Read the full story ›
Castlederg is set become a musical mecca over the next three days as thousands of fans flock there for Northern Ireland's biggest festival outside Belfast this summer.
Co Down band Ash will receive this year's Oh Yeah Legend Award.Read the full story ›
Labrinth has been added to this year’s Tennent’s Vital line-up in Belfast.
The Earthquake star will perform at Boucher Road Playing Fields on Thursday 25 August, supporting headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Also performing will be Norwegian duo Seeb, who will support Avicci on Friday 26 August.
Other acts included in this year’s line-up are Fall Out Boy, Jess Gylnne, Duke Dumont and Galantis.
Coronation Street’s iconic sets, props, costumes and memorabilia will be coming to Belfast, it has been announced.Read the full story ›