13 year old James McDonnell lives in Belfast. He has his own YouTube channel and posts videos every week. He loves K-pop and dreams of foreign travel. He'd love to visit America, Australia and Germany.
For many years, Belfast was mired by the violence of the Northern Ireland conflict. The 1998 Good Friday Agreement finally brought peace. And since then, Belfast has grown increasingly popular with tourists.
Northern Ireland’s assembly collapsed in a row over a botched renewable heating scheme in January 2017. More than 600 days later, the province still has no functioning government. Peter Geoghegan reports.
The owners of a Northern Ireland bakery have won on appeal in the so-called "gay cake" discrimination case. The cake order in question may now be the UK's most expensive ever, but some warn it sets a dangerous precedent.
Twenty-five years after the death of his wife, Alan McBride continues to preach reconciliation in Northern Ireland. But Brexit and a hard border threaten to undo peace. Louise Osborne and Jennifer Collins report.
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