1967 in Northern Ireland
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- 29 January - Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association founded in Belfast.
- 6 September - Myrina is launched from the Musgrave Yard slipway at Harland and Wolff in Belfast, the first supertanker and (at around 192000 DWT) largest ship built in the United Kingdom up to this date.
- December - Taoiseach Jack Lynch and Prime Minister of Northern Ireland Terence O'Neill meet for talks at Stormont.
Arts and literature
- The first treasure from the Spanish Armada wreck Girona is recovered.
- The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society is founded under the chairmanship of Charles Brett.
- Winners: Glentoran
- 9 January - Uel Graham, former cricketer.
- 17 February - Gary Fleming, soccer player.
- 26 April - Robbie Millar, chef and restaurateur (died 2005).
- 2 June - Alan Rutherford, cricketer.
- 1 October - Geraldine Heaney, defenceman (ice hockey) and head coach.
- 24 October - Terence Bannon, mountaineer.
- 27 November - Andrea Catherwood, television news presenter.
- 14 December - George O'Boyle, soccer player.
Full date unknown
- Sean Connor, soccer player and manager.
- Mairtín Crawford, poet and journalist (died 2004).
- Deirdre Gribbin, composer.
- Paul Kearney, author.
- David Perry, video game developer.
- Dawn Purvis, leader of the Progressive Unionist Party and MLA.
- Baily, Michael (1967-09-07). "Shell chief in scathing attack on Government". The Times (57040) (London). p. 21.