• Writers retreats

    Creative Retreats in NI

    Find the perfect location for some time out to work on your next creative project, or simply gather your thoughts

  • Blessingbourne Main

    The Hidden Heritage of Blessingbourne

    Jenny Cathcart takes a tour of the historic County Tyrone manor and traces its artistic lineage from the late 19th century to present day

  • Erebus and Terror

    High Times in Hobart

    John Hagan chronicles the lavish exploits of Banbridge mariner Francis Crozier in Tasmania, prior to his doomed voyage into the Arctic

  • Dunluce

    NI's Most Haunted

    Take a whistle-stop tour through our history of ghostly goings-on with legends of paranormal activity across the north

  • Creative Centenaries

    Nerve Centre to Embark on 2016 Centenary Programme

    Organisations working around the cultural heritage of 1916 are encouraged to get involved with the major project marking key anniversaries next year

  • Belfast Gazetteer

    Central Belfast: An Historical Gazetteer

    Marcus Patton on the task of revising his architectural directory to reflect the city's modern rebirth and the history lying beneath

  • St Columba Heritage Centre

    Vote Derry Heritage Centre for National Lottery Award

    St Columba-dedicated Áras Cholmcille is the only project of its kind from Northern Ireland to reach final nomination stage for prestigious title

  • PRONI document of the month

    PRONI: Viennese Calling Cards

    Public Record Office of Northern Ireland document of the month for May is a stunning volume of calling cards collected in Vienna at the end of the Napoleonic Wars

  • Bangor

    Linen Hall Library Postcard Service

    Belfast's oldest library makes extensive collection of postcards available to purchase online and send anywhere in the world from just £2.50 – view a selection of images

  • Kelly's Cellars

    Malachi O'Doherty: My Kelly's Cellars

    With its listed status under threat, the author and journalist makes the case for protecting one of Belfast's oldest pubs, traditionally a haven for radicals, artists and tourists, for future generations