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Crops ‘rot in fields’ in worst NI harvest in over 30 years

Potato growers in Northern Ireland have been left counting the cost after experiencing one of the worst harvests in a generation.

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18/10/2012:  Anti-abortion protesters outside the new Marie Stopes private clinic in Belfast

Shock at offer of free abortions for NI minors

The government has been urged to rethink plans to offer girls under the age of 16 from NI access to free abortions in England – in some cases without parental consent.

Health
Joe Lindsay's claims have been refuted by Northern Ireland fans

GAWA angered by Joe Lindsay’s claims of sectarian singing

Northern Ireland fans have been left fuming over suggestions that sectarian singing can still be heard at Windsor Park.

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NI fans have dismissed calls for an all-Ireland football team

NI fans slam all-Ireland football team suggestion

Calls by a Sinn Fein MLA for an all-Ireland football team have been branded “ridiculous and inflammatory”.

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Northern Irish schools are now facing ‘major and unrecoverable’ deficits

Education in Northern Ireland is at a “crossroads”, with swingeing budget cuts leaving some schools facing deficits of over £1 million.

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Northern Ireland's Corry Evans.

Northern Ireland star Corry Evans apologises for wife’s offensive tweet

Northern Ireland footballer Corry Evans has apologised for an offensive tweet posted by his wife.

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Tributes are left at the scene of Ross Cappers tragic death near Drumnevan  Road junction, Portadown

Teen killed in road crash was ‘true gentleman’

Two families have been plunged into mourning following the deaths of two people in separate crashes on Northern Ireland roads yesterday.

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