The attendance of Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill at the funeral of IRA veteran Bobby Storey led to the biggest crisis in NI politics since devolution was restored in January. Thousands lined the streets during a pandemic lockdown.
A nursing home carer comforts a lonely elderly resident as they socially distance from family and friends during the coronavirus lockdown.
Family and friends comfort the distraught parents of Eoin Hamill.Talented up-and-coming young boxer Eoin Hamill (13) died when he was hit by a car in West Belfast.
Robyn Peoples from Belfast and Sharni Edwards from Brighton were the first samesex couple to tie the knot in Northern Ireland.
Anne Walker holds a family portrait of her brother Michael McDaid who was killed on Bloody Sunday 1972, as part of Anything Can Happen 1972: Voices from the Heart of the Troubles at Derry Playhouse Theatre.
Diggers working at Bragan Bog, Co. Monaghan, as a new search begins near a shrine to Columba McVeigh, who disappeared and is believed to have been secretly murdered and buried by the IRA in 1975
Children enjoying the snow, unaware that sheep are buried beneath them, after a severe storm hit the Glens of Antrim
A tired and extremely gaunt looking Martin McGuinness leaving Stormont after handing in his resignation as Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland
Bradley Hayes (12) who suffered from severe autism with therapy horse 'Summer' at his home in County Down Northern Ireland. 'Summer' helps Bradley relax and deal with his condition
A young girl admires a huge portrait of Seamus Heaney at the official launch of a new Seamus Heaney museum 'SEAMUS HEANEY HOME' in Bellaghy
An Eleventh Night bonfire in full blaze and out of control on Chobham Street in East Belfast. Residents were moved out for their own safety.
Boxer Eamonn Magee's younger brother (tightly holding his brother's championship boxing belt) watches as family and friend help to carry Eamonn Magee's coffin.
Team Garmin race past a masked loyalist gunman mural in East Belfast as the Giro d’Italia 2014 takes place throughout Ireland
Young men placing Union flags on top of a massive 11th night bonfire, which towers above the buildings in Belfast
Local farmers showing off their livestock at the annual Livestock Fashion Show at the Dalrida Festival, in County Antrim
Hundreds gather to watch New Year's Day swimmers, some in fancy dress, brave the freezing cold sea water at Carnlough Harbour.
Divers at Aurora Aquatics & Leisure Complex setting a new World Record for the most dives in six hours.
A views from the mountains surrounding Belfast looking down on eleventh night bonfires burning across the city.