Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff owner Dolphin Drilling announces it has found a buyer for the shipyard, infrastructure-based InfraStrata, saving it from closure.
Police say that overnight clashes resulted in fourteen officers injured in Belfast and Coleraine. The violence also saw a burning car used to ram a police vehicle, trash bins set on fire, and three 14-year-old children arrested.
In west Belfast, Loyalist youths hijack a bus and set it on fire. A photographer is also assaulted and his cameras are damaged.
Eight police officers are injured and eight people are arrested during a riot in Sandy Row, south Belfast.
Two security alerts are triggered in Belfast aimed at the newly formed East Belfast GAA team. The bomb threats are later deemed as hoaxes aiming to destabilize the team which is aiming to bring together both sides of the political divide.
A bomb explodes under a vehicle in Belfast injuring a prison officer; Dissident republicans have claimed responsibility.
A mural of Sinn Fein Leader Gerry Adams is painted on a wall on the Falls Road, Belfast, as police are granted a further 48 hours to question him about the murder of Jean McConville.
A total of 56 police officers are injured in Belfast, Northern Ireland after a night of Ulster loyalism rioting.
Tens of thousands of protesters march through London, Glasgow and Belfast in a series of demonstrations against UK government austerity measures.
Masked men in camouflage gear attack homes in the mainly nationalist Short Strand area of East Belfast, with pipe bombs and Molotov cocktails being thrown.
People are hospitalised after sectarian clashes in East Belfast in Northern Ireland.