Belfast Live

February 22, 2020
Arlene Foster says claims of extramarital affair were 'very distressing'

Arlene Foster says claims of extramarital affair were 'very distressing'

A libel hearing at the High Court in Belfast heard how celebrity doctor Christian Jessen tweeted that Arlene Foster had had an affair

Man badly injured after shooting inside house

Man badly injured after shooting inside house

Police are appealing for witnesses

Police to be probed over Katie Simpson murder 'delay' complaints

Police to be probed over Katie Simpson murder 'delay' complaints

The Department of Justice has issued a statement as the Police Ombudsman has launched an investigation

Plans approved for new car park near new Belfast to Lisburn greenway

Plans approved for new car park near new Belfast to Lisburn greenway

The extension to the greenway is expected to open later this month

Ian Paisley fears a "continuing downward spiral"  due to sea border

Ian Paisley fears a "continuing downward spiral" due to sea border

Ian Paisley tells MPs "protocol lies at the heart of" recent disorder

Dogs with "serious injuries" seized by PSNI

Dogs with "serious injuries" seized by PSNI

Searches conducted across Belfast and Co Down

Man arrested in 'double stabbing' probe allegedly threatened to kill woman

Man arrested in 'double stabbing' probe allegedly threatened to kill woman

Detective alleged: "He made a threat to the injured party, threatening to return and burn their home and kill them"

Man 'threw petrol bomb and tried to harm police during riots', court hears

Man 'threw petrol bomb and tried to harm police during riots', court hears

He appeared before Belfast Magistrates' Court on charges of rioting and possessing a prohibited weapon - namely CS spray

Belfast dad's wife on his last moments as cancer steals bucket list hopes

Belfast dad's wife on his last moments as cancer steals bucket list hopes

"He had all the will in the world but his body just had no fight left"

"Everybody is always welcome": Bittles Bar Belfast

"Everybody is always welcome": Bittles Bar Belfast

One year on since pubs and bars across the city closed their doors for the first time due to the pandemic, our 'Pubs We Miss' series highlights the people behind some of Belfast's most iconic venues

More than 1,300 homes, new link road and 200-bed hotel get green light

More than 1,300 homes, new link road and 200-bed hotel get green light

The Lisburn Castlereagh planning committee made their decision on April 12

Man charged following West Belfast stabbing incidents

Man charged following West Belfast stabbing incidents

He was arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent - but has been bailed in relation to that charge

NI weather forecasters suggest day of sunny spells with scattered showers

NI weather forecasters suggest day of sunny spells with scattered showers

It will be a mainly dry morning with temperatures due to be in double figures

Minister praises 'quick acting' train driver after near miss with burning car

Minister praises 'quick acting' train driver after near miss with burning car

"It is unimaginable to think what could have happened had it not been for the prompt action of the driver and crew"

Plans revealed for new £20m student accommodation in Belfast

Plans revealed for new £20m student accommodation in Belfast

Plans have been submitted for the 156 bed student accommodationon Bradbury Place

Plans to demolish and redevelop Dundonald Ice Bowl gets green light

Plans to demolish and redevelop Dundonald Ice Bowl gets green light

The long wait for the redevelopment has gone on for years

Two men injured after stabbing in Belfast

Two men injured after stabbing in Belfast

Police are appealing for information following the incident which took place in the early hours of Monday morning

Buses to operate as normal in Belfast after suspension of services

Buses to operate as normal in Belfast after suspension of services

East Belfast MP Gavin Robinson says he has engaged with Translink about possible bus route suspensions

Belfast community group working to support young people after violence

Belfast community group working to support young people after violence

"Peace is elusive and it requires us to continually work towards a better tomorrow for our communities and future generations"

Michelle O'Neill 'hopeful' more reopening dates coming on Thursday

Michelle O'Neill 'hopeful' more reopening dates coming on Thursday

"I am hopeful that all the indicators are good and by Thursday we'll be able to give dates"

Behaviour of some adults during riots amounts to 'child abuse'

Behaviour of some adults during riots amounts to 'child abuse'

Koulla Yiasouma said children were being coerced into participating by adults