Adam McBurney celebrates after winning his fight against Philip McClelland in Antrim Intermediate Championships at the Dockers Club, Belfast.
A PSNI Inspector is given assistance by colleagues in riot gear after his ear is badly damaged during trouble at the Ardoyne shops in Belfast following an Orange Order Parade.
John McArevey kisses the coffin of his wife, of one week, Michaela who was murdered on their honeymoon in Mauritius
Former First Minister of Northern Ireland, Dr. Ian Paisley, accompanied by Martin McGuinness, Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland, speaking at his last official engagement as First Minister.
Spain's Laura Maria Perez (centre) celebrates after they score against France in the 2017 UEFA Women's under-19 Championship Final at the National Football Stadium, Windsor Park, Belfast
An anti-Brexit protester outside Newry, Co Down, re-enacts an Irish hard border crossing from the 1940's and 1950's
Tribute to the late musician David Bowie on a street off the Lisburn Road in south Belfast. shortly after he died.
The UK BREXIT vote may mean the return for this former customs hut near the old border crossing at Kileen between Newry and Dundalk.
Bradley Hayes has his feet licked by his house-trained miniature Falabella horse ‘Summer’. Summer is a therapy horse for Bradley who is autistic
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams signs a book of condolence for former First Minister and DUP leader Ian Paisley, who died aged 88
Outgoing PSNI Chief Constable Matt Baggott, in his office at police headquarters, during one of his last days before retiring from the post
PSNI officers deal with trouble from nationalist rioters following an Orange Order parade past the Ardoyne shops in north Belfast.
Alliance councillors Michael and Christine Bower's with their daughter Grace after their Bangor home was attacked in relation to ongoing Union Flag protests.
Former Billionaire Sean Quinn's chair in his office at the Quinn Group headquarters in Derrylin Co. Fermanagh.
Rainy day at the Auld Lamas horse fair in Ballycastle Co. Antrim.
91-year-old Herby Archer who was diagnosed with cancer 26 years ago and survived at his home outside Dungannon, Co Tyrone.
Shots are fired over republican John Brady's coffin outside his house in Strabane, Co. Tyrone.
A young girl watches from the warmth of her mother’s coat, as her father receives a medal for his service with The Royal Irish in Afghanistan, at Hillsborough Castle, Co. Down.