Police investigating the murder of loyalist George Gilmore in Carrickfergus have received a second anonymous letter about the killing.Read the full story ›
Police have warned people living in north and west Belfast to be vigilant after people in these areas were targeted by bogus phone-calls, claiming to be from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Victims were contacted by both male and female callers who claimed to represent HMRC. They said their records showed a sum of money was owed for unpaid taxes and it was an offence to refuse payment. They requested payment over the phone and asked for bank or credit card details demanding immediate payment.
If you have received a similar call, report it to police on the Action Fraud line on 0300 123 2040 to receive a crime reference number or use the online fraud reporting tool here.
A viable explosive device has been found during a security alert in Londonderry.
The alert was sparked following the discovery of a suspicious object in the Cornshell Fields area on Thursday evening.
A number of homes were evacuated while army bomb experts examined the device.
A controlled explosion was carried out and the viable device taken away for further forensic examination.
Residents have now been allowed to return to their homes.
Police have appealed for anyone who may have noticed suspicious activity in the Cornshell Fields area in the early hours of the morning to contact them.
Security alert in Cornshell Fields, Derry/Londonderry has ended. Suspicious object has been declared a viable device.
A security alert has been sparked in Lononderry.
A suspicious object was found on Thursday evening in the Cornshell Fields area of the city.
A number of residents had to be evacuated from their homes while police examined the device.
Hundreds of primary school children in Mayobridge have stepped out of their classrooms to protest about a number of near misses on the roads there.
The pupils from St Patrick's Primary hope to drive home a safety message to motorists travelling through the village, as Richard Cull reports.
Five people have been charged with a number of offences following major PSNI search operation into organised crime across Northern Ireland.Read the full story ›
More than 400 police officers have been involved in a series of searches across NI as part of a major investigation into organised crime.Read the full story ›
A confederate flag which was erected in Lisburn has been condemned as a “direct insult” to those who have come here to live.Read the full story ›
A new Criminal Justice Inspection report has called for 'better understanding of scale of threat and challenge posed by cyber crime'.Read the full story ›
Police have warned they will take action against underage drinking after concerns over drunken behaviour following a Belfast music festival.Read the full story ›