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A budget hotel is set to open in Londonderry under the Holiday Inn brand in a £12m project creating nearly 50 jobs, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
One of the most important books on religion to have been published recently is Professor Alister McGrath’s new biography of CS Lewis, the Northern Ireland-born writer who has blazed such a trail for Christianity.
Cancer care charity Marie Curie is calling on people of all ages from across Northern Ireland to put on their running shoes to help raise money.
Netflix starting today. The streaming service and Fox have inked a multi-year deal to bring the network’s highest rated comedy to the subscription-based digital outlet.
Isn't it time to democratise art? We, the public, should be allowed to borrow works of art from our national collections, argues Tom Shakespeare.
The ROI Government is to consider community by community which areas should be offered state-sponsored high-speed broadband.
Paula Deen today pushed to have dismissed part of a racial discrimination lawsuit — the one in which she confessed to using the N-word in a deposition.
James Cameron is being sued by British artist Roger Dean over his Oscar-winning film Avatar.
ITV has apologised after actor Rupert Everett swore during a live interview on daytime panel show Loose Women.
The BBC has been criticised by the National Audit Office for paying out £25m to 150 senior BBC managers in severance payments.
Human rights activists have criticised US pop singer Jennifer Lopez for singing Happy Birthday to the leader of Turkmenistan, who is accused of human rights violations.
A man who urinated against the side of a north Belfast church was given a suspended jail sentence today.
Germany is preparing to bring charges against US and British intelligence amid fresh allegations that the services spied far more extensively than thought on German phone and internet traffic and bugged European Union offices in America.
The cost of using a mobile phone abroad will be slashed from Monday under new EU rules.
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