The new £55m A26 Frosses dual-carriageway, which is used by 18,000 motorists daily, has officially been opened.Read the full story ›
The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge has been closed to visitors after it was damaged by vandals.
The popular tourist attraction near Ballintoy in Co Antrim was attacked overnight, a spokesperson for the National Trust said.
Structural engineers are now working to assess the damage.
It is expected that the rope bridge will remain closed “for the foreseeable future”.
The damage was discovered during a routine safety check before opening and the trust described the incident as "very disappointing".
It said it will also be disappointing for visitors and for the local economy leading into what promised to be a busy weekend.
The matter is now under investigation by the PSNI.
Police are using drones to combat wildlife crime in Northern Ireland, amid dangerous poisons being used to kill birds of prey.Read the full story ›
Two spectacular Co Tyrone gardens are set to open their leafy gates to the public in support of the conservation work of the Woodland Trust.Read the full story ›
Emergency crews have attended more than 200 gorse fires since the start of this week, the Fire Service has said.Read the full story ›
Main construction work on the A6 Randalstown to Castledawson dualling scheme will begin in the next few weeks.Read the full story ›
Bird flu protection measures for Northern Ireland are being extended for another month, the Department of Agriculture has confirmed.Read the full story ›
New research suggests that the fish we're asking for isn't what we always get.
Mark McFadden ordered his supper to find out more.
Concerns have been raised over the increasing cost to Giant's Causeway visitors, with parking charges breaking the £10 per person mark.Read the full story ›
More than £6m in EU funding is to be used to look at risks posed by climate change to the sustainability of fish stocks in the Irish Sea.Read the full story ›