A shocking video has emerged of joyriders in Belfast speeding around a housing estate in stolen cars.
The joyriders were caught on camera performing dangerous stunts on Ross Road of Falls Road, West Belfast.
A message scrawled on a Catholic school in Scotland saying “the famine is over it’s time to go home” is being treated as a hate crime by police.
The graffiti appeared on the outside wall of St Aloysius College, a private school in Glasgow.
Police are investigating after a driver nearly caused a major accident by driving the wrong way into the path of oncoming vehicles on a busy motorway bridge.
The incident happened in driving rain on the Foyle Bridge in Co Derry. It was daytime but the sky was dark and overcast, and cars all had their lights on.
A British TV presenter has apologised for an off the cuff joke about the Irish famine.
The unfortunate gaffe occurred on ITV’s This Morning programme during an item called the Great Fridge Debate about the best way to store food.
The moment a passenger broke through security and ran across the runway to board a Ryanair flight has been captured on video.
It’s prompted questions about airport safety and what might have happened if a terrorist had managed to get through in the same way.