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PSNI seize BMW only hours after it was bought

Police have seized a BMW only hours after it was purchased by a new owner.

Crime
Dean McIlwaine.

McIlwaine funeral to take place

The funeral of Dean McIlwaine (22) is due to take place today at 12:30pm.

News
UUP leader Robin Swann

SF are using Irish language as weapon in a cultural war

Given the recent impasse in restoring Stormont, a reasonable question to ask is, just what exactly is SF trying to achieve via an Irish language act?

Opinion
Photo by Rob Durston ( www.durstonphoto.com )

Farm Safety Week:Stay safe with livestock

Many farmers never stop to consider why animals behave as they do and, more importantly, what this behaviour could mean to their personal safety.

Farming
An electric or hybrid car is charged from a charging point

Government ban on petrol and diesel cars ‘pie in the sky’: Wilson

The aim of pushing the whole driving public towards buying electric-powered cars in the next couple of decades is “pie in the sky”.

Environment
Representatives of the local Polish community and Orangemen took part in the shared history programme at Ballynafeigh Orange hall in south Belfast

Lodge Life: Polish visitors explore history at Orange hall

Members of the Polish community living in Belfast have gained a unique insight into Orange tradition and culture in the capital city.

News
Older people are less likely to support gay sex, gay parenthood, and inclusive relationship education, the survey said

Age, and Brexit, gap on attitudes to gay sex

Four in 10 Britons believe that gay sex is unnatural – 50 years after homosexuality was partially decriminalised in the UK, a survey has suggested.

News
Despite positive development announcements, the commercial property market is softening says the RICS

Political uncertainty hitting NI commercial property market

The ongoing political uncertainty a year after the Brexit vote is impacting Northern Ireland’s commercial property market, according to the latest figures to emerge from the sector.

Business
UTV presenter Paul Clark

Support for UTV’s Clark after Sinn Fein criticism

UUP MLA Doug Beattie has voiced support for UTV’s Paul Clark after the presenter faced Sinn Fein criticism over a news feature on the Royal Irish Regiment in Afghanistan.

News
Celebration time for County Armagh's Junior players at the SuperCupNI. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

SUPERCUPNI: County Armagh to tackle Manchester United

County Armagh’s Junior players had the consolation of a draw to tackle Manchester United after missing out on the SuperCupNI semi-finals by a single goal.

Football
Dean McCullough.

SUPERCUPNI: Late goal adds to County Armagh frustration

County Armagh closed the Premier group stages of the SuperCupNI week with a frustrating share of the spoils.

Football
Osasco's Bastian Riquuelme in action against Right to Dream's Ibrahim Sadiq.

SuperCup NI: Newcastle United into Premier Cup semi-finals

NEWCASTLE United fought back from a disappointing opening night defeat to County Antrim, to claim a place in today's Premier section semi-final.

Football
Southampton's William King celebrates after putting his side into a 1-0 lead against Manchester United.

SuperCup NI: Manchester United failed to make last four in Junior Section

WHILE Manchester United failed to reach the semi-finals of the SuperCupNI, there were celebrations for two locals teams.

Football
John from Northern Ireland, lost �10,000 to a romance fraud

Hidden devastation of online romance fraud

A hidden army of ruthless international cyber criminals are fleecing people of all ages and backgrounds across Northern Ireland who log onto the internet looking for love, the PSNI has revealed.

Crime
The criminal told his technqiues to Action Fraud, the main UK fraud and cybercrime centre.

Fraudster reveals techniques he used on woman online

A man who targeted a woman for online romance fraud has revealed the steps he used to target her.

Crime
Man punched partner in face after New Year booze binge

Man punched partner in face after New Year booze binge

A man who pulled his former partner from her wheelchair and punched her in the face on returning home from an all-night drinking session, has received a four-month jail sentence, suspended for two years at Magherafelt Magistrates’ Court.

Crime
Meat manufacturer Andronicos Sideras will be sentenced next week

Conspiracy unravelled when horsemeat was found in Newry store

A businessman has been found guilty of being part of a near-£200,000 conspiracy to pass off 30 tonnes of horsemeat as beef, much of which went on to enter the food chain.

Crime
DCI Dougie Grant, head of the PSNI Cybercrime unit, with images from a range of dark web sites which sell guns, drugs and even contract killings.

Peering into the dark web with PSNI’s top cyber officer

After spending an hour with DCI Dougie Grant, head of the PSNI’s cyber crime unit, it is clear that the dark web is not just dark – it is deep black.

Crime
Missing Bob Maher found 'safe and well'

Missing Bob Maher found 'safe and well'

Police have thanked the public for their assistance after 77-year-old Bob Maher from Lisbellaw has been found 'safe and well'.

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