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Peer: Tiny majority for united Ireland would spark civil war

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The change being considered by Peter May would affect thousands of people who rely on minibus transport

Civil servant who approved incinerator considering second controversial decision

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Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding

Ireland rugby stars to stand trial on rape charges

Crime
Natasha Carruthers

Man, 27, charged with manslaughter after fatal road crash

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Officials under fire over second day of storm-related school closures

Environment

No Assembly but catering still costing thousands every month

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Taoiseach in murder suspect row

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Taoiseach on Bombardier, Brexit and bad blood with SF

Business
The European play-off draw for the 2018 World Cup in Russia pits Northern Ireland against Switzerland, with the Republic meeting Denmark

Fans upbeat as Northern Ireland face Switzerland in World Cup play-off

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Bill Clinton and Arlene Foster after their meeting in the Culloden Hotel outside Belfast

Bill Clinton meets Arlene Foster and Sinn Fein leaders

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Peer: Tiny majority for united Ireland would spark civil war

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The change being considered by Peter May would affect thousands of people who rely on minibus transport

Civil servant who approved incinerator considering second controversial decision

News
Euston Street Primary School in Belfast, along with every other school in NI, was closed for a second day on Tuesday

Officials under fire over second day of storm-related school closures

Environment
There has been no functioning Assembly since January

No Assembly but catering still costing thousands every month

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Mayor of Donegal County Council, Sinn Fein's Gerry McMonagle, in Londonderry on Saturday as part of a delegation for a North West Strategic growth partnership event.

Taoiseach in murder suspect row

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Ireland rugby stars to stand trial on rape charges

Crime
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Mayor of Donegal County Council, Sinn Fein's Gerry McMonagle, in Londonderry on Saturday as part of a delegation for a North West Strategic growth partnership event.

Taoiseach in murder suspect row

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Man with 36 driving bans jailed after hour-long police car chase

Crime

Suspected cannabis factory under investigation

Crime

Two men overcome by slurry fumes

Farming
RHI

RHI overspend far greater than first feared, department tells court

Farming
The proposal!

Harry’s wedding proposal is outstanding in its field

Farming

Helpline founder hopes to reach out to Northern Ireland’s ‘800’ gay farmers

Farming

Storm Ophelia: Childminding crisis for parents

Education
David Sterling answers questions from the media at Stormont

Decision to close schools was ‘balance of competing judgments’

Education
AQE say there has been an increase of 400 more pupils sitting their transfer test compared to last year

Transfer test increase causing pressure on exam places

Education
Going online

Facebook and Twitter could be made to pay for 'undeniable suffering' online

Education
School pupils sitting exams. David Davies/PA Wire

Deadline for CCEA re-marks extended after wrong grades issued

Education

Taoiseach on Bombardier, Brexit and bad blood with SF

Business
Maureen OReilly, economist for the QES, left, with Brian Murphy, BDO and Ann McGregor, CEO NI Chamber

Firms facing growing pressure over costs warns Chamber

Business
Damien Nugent, centre, with Tysses Kare Stokken, left, and Jaco Haverkamp

Jobs as Tyrone trailer firm signs Norwegian deal

Business
Dr Jason McKeown

Neurovalens raises record sum in funding campaign

Business

Woman dies after recent two vehicle crash on A26

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Storm Ophelia: A2 Coast Road closed

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Delays expected following M2 collision

Transport
PSNI update

Foyle Bridge re-opens following incident

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Terrifying moment pram is destroyed by passing train

Transport

Officials under fire over second day of storm-related school closures

Environment
Calum and Val Rogerson of Edinburgh, with children Gregor and Ellie, said so many places were closed it felt like a Sunday morning

Storm Ophelia: Tourists and locals taken aback by Belfast’s dead zone

Environment
Wind power accounted for less than half of NI's electricity as the day wore on

Storm Ophelia: Wind turbines generated less electricity than on calmer days

Business
A generic image of a dog being captured by authorities in England

Single council accounted for 39% of dogs destroyed by local authorities

Crime

Health board give go-ahead to buy cheaper medicines

Health
Preparing an injection

Thousands eligible to receive shingles vaccination - are you?

Health

WATCH: Comedian Sean Hughes dies aged 51

Health
A union representing thousands of healthcare workers urged trusts responsible for implementing the savings to challenge the Department of Health.

Planned health cuts: union issues legal challenge warning

Health
Protests backed by trade unions are to take place across Northern Ireland on Friday

Health cuts protests to go ahead despite £40m funding boost

Health