The Holywood Harmony Festival has announced a three-day line-up that is set to boost the growing reputation of the volunteer-run spectacle.
AWARE will host a Mood Walk as part of the Dalriada Festival in Glenarm for the first time on Tuesday, July 18.
Our weekly trek of Ulster’s best walks continues with a jaunt to Fermanagh and then a leisurely stroll on 5.6-mile, circular Red Trail at Florence Court Forest Park.
Dilated cardiomyopathy, or DCM, is the second-most-common type of heart disease on dogs.
My ex-partner has advised that she is applying for a passport for our daughter. Can I object to this?
Vital Festival returns to Belfast this summer with Tiësto taking to the main stage for what promises to be a phenomenal headline set.
A local artist has created work to coincide with the centenary of the end of World War One and the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement in 2018.
Red, a new co-production between Prime Cut Productions and the Lyric Theatre, which is coming to the Belfast theatre from April 8-23, captures the dynamic relationship between an artist and his creations.
Hot Chocolate, one of the most successful bands ever to come out of the 1970s, will be performing at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast on Sunday, April 30.
From thrillers to comedies and superheroes, we have already been treated to some big releases this year.
Each summer, the Belfast branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society has an outing to several places of interest. For a number of years a guide was produced covering all sorts of things: history, notable people, customs, churchyards (the members are amateur genealogists and like nothing more than mossy old tombstones) and many other aspects of life.
Ryan Maguire, an employee of FinTrU, has out-performed all other candidates across the UK in one of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments’ (CISI) professional examinations.
A Ferrari F1 show car will make a pit stop in Mid and East Antrim as one of the star attractions at a high-octane festival of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
A Glengormley family is joining the Stroke Association in calling for people to be more aware of the early warning signs of stroke to act FAST to help save more lives.
Following a very successful 2016, when the club’s membership soared, Kings Moss Cycling Club are pleased to offer an introduction to cycling scheme.