'Game of Thrones' Isn't Even Over but HBO Already Shot a Reunion Special

Hosted by Conan O'Brien for some reason.


What Might Happen to Belfast's DIY Music Scene After Brexit?

From Girls Names and Fears to venue owners, we caught up with some of the people mulling over creative life in Northern Ireland post-triggering Article 50.


Northern Ireland's DIY Art Bill Nye Makes Rockets Out of Plants

Paddy Bloomer makes noisy interactive works for festivals and public spaces.


Forecasting UFC Belfast: They Owe the Irish a Good One

The Irish had both their co-main and main event taken from them on short notice in Dublin last October, so we figured out a way that the UFC could make it up to them in November when they visit Belfast for the first time since 2007.


Britain leaving the EU could threaten lasting peace in Northern Ireland

The European Union has been a unifying force that transcends the bitter divisions between Catholics and Protestants that have long bedeviled Northern Ireland — that ends under if Britain leaves the European Union.


Space Dimension Controller Takes Us Back in Time on His New Album 'Orange Melamine'

Belfast boy Jack Hamill reflects on his latest record, comprised of music he first composed aged 18.


Phil Kieran Found Refuge From Ireland's Troubles in the Nightclubs of Belfast

"Once you were inside Conor Hall, you felt safe in a strange way."


Belfast's AVA Festival Have Announced a Huge Lineup for 2016

The one day event returns for its second year with an even bigger bill than before.


Ejeca Gets Stern and Steely on This Exclusive Mix

The Belfast boy has turned in something really deep here.


Inside Ireland's Nooks and Crannies

Timothy O' Connell's photos of dissident republicans in Belfast and housing estate children.


We Traveled On Board the Irish 'Abortion Bus' That's Giving Illegal Pills to Women

VICE News traveled around Ireland with a group of women who are openly defying the country's strict abortion laws which criminalize abortions, even in cases of rape or incest.


How the British Army Spread Rumors of Black Magic and Witchcraft in 1970s Northern Ireland

They wanted to smear paramilitary organizations and scare kids into staying indoors.