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Device found under car outside PSNI officer’s home

A number of homes have been evacuated in Londonderry after a suspicious device was left outside the home of a serving PSNI officer.

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Woman escapes hijacking attempt at Stranmillis

Woman escapes hijacking attempt at Stranmillis

A woman has escaped a car hijacking attempt in the Stranmillis area of Belfast.

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Google image of Stranmillis Road

Woman targeted in attempted hijacking in south Belfast

Police are appealing for information following the report of an attempted hijacking on Stranmillis Road in south Belfast on Monday 20 February.
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Screen Grab of Sutton's reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw eating a pie on the touchline during the Emirates FA Cup, Fifth Round match at Gander Green Lane, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

Wayne Shaw pie-gate: Gambling in sport is ‘a serious problem’

Former sports minister Richard Caborn labelled gambling within sport a “serious problem” after Wayne Shaw’s pie-eating stunt in Sutton’s FA Cup clash with Arsenal.

Offbeat
Prime Minister Theresa May

‘Entirely wrong’ for probes to focus on soldiers not IRA - PM

The Prime Minister has said it was “entirely wrong” if historic Troubles investigations focused on soldiers rather than IRA terrorists.

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The Duchess of Cambridge arrives for a visit to Caerphilly Family Intervention Team (FIT) in Caerphilly, south Wales, to learn about their work with children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, problems with family relationships and those who have or who are likely to self harm.

Kate displays 'dreadful' pool playing skills during visit to child mental health unit

The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her "dreadful" pool-playing skills during a light-hearted moment after a morning talking to children and young people with complex mental health needs
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson MP

DUP intends to reveal Brexit campaign donor details

The Democratic Unionist Party intends to reveal details of who bankrolled their expensive UK-wide pro-Brexit campaign, MP Jeffrey Donaldson has said.

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Cordon extended in Culmore security alert

Cordon extended in Culmore security alert

Police dealing with the discovery of a suspicious object in Culmore have extended the cordon area.

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Jekyll and Hyde

Jekyll and Hyde

Dungannon born barrister Karl McGuckin is getting ready to tread the boards of the Grand Opera House in Belfast for Belfast Operatic Company’s latest production ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ in April.

Theatre and Comedy
Conan Anderson

Man charged with Conan Anderson manslaughter in Belfast

A man has been remanded on bail after appearing in court charged with the manslaughter of a football coach who died two weeks after sustaining a head injury on a night out.

Crime
Green Party's Steven Agnew. Picture by Matt Bohill

Green Party claim BBC ‘bias’ over Nolan snub and debate exclusion

Green Party Leader Steven Agnew has accused the BBC of “clear bias against non-traditional parties” after his party’s exclusion from an election debate to be broadcast on February 28.

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Ryan Adams at Ulster Hall

Ryan Adams at Ulster Hall

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TUV leader Jim Allister

Jim Allister says petition of concern is ‘abnormality’

TUV leader Jim Allister has denied there is a contradiction between his desire to scrap the petition of concern and his willingness to use the controversial voting tool to block same sex marriage.

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PSNI

Security alert ongoing in Londonderry

Police are dealing with the discovery of a suspicious object in Londonderry.
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Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill  speaking at a Leaders; 5 Days event organised by the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce in Castledawson. Pic: Sinn Fein/PA Wire

O’Neill: Arlene Foster ‘fixated on Gerry Adams’

Sinn Fein’s Michelle O’Neill has told DUP leader Arlene Foster to “stop fixating on Gerry Adams”.

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SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood. (Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press)

Save devolution by voting for change - SDLP leader

The Assembly election is a critical moment for the future of powersharing in Northern Ireland, with voters facing a stark choice between saving devolution or a return to direct rule, the SDLP leader has said.

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Stars of hit show Nashville announce Belfast date

Stars of hit show Nashville announce Belfast date

Fans of the smash hit US show Nashville will be delighted to learn that stars will be jetting across the Atlantic for a concert at the SSE Arena in Belfast later this year.

Music
Leading guitarists flock to Ards international fest

Leading guitarists flock to Ards international fest

With the world’s guitarists at your fingertips, Ards and North Down Borough Council is delighted to announce the line-up for this year’s Ards International Guitar Festival.

Music
Irish Cup

IRISH CUP: March date by IFA to review Crewe United betting case

The Irish Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee have scheduled a March meeting to review allegations of inappropriate betting involving Crewe United.

Football
President Donald Trump at his first major news conference in the White House

Fake news: How do you know what to believe online?

The trouble with news websites is that they all look more or less alike - and spotting the real ones from the fakes is not always easy.
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