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‘Friend of Gerry Adams’ tortured man and threatened to feed him to dogs

Crime
Stock classroom image. Dozens of schools with 'sustainability issues' have been identified by the Education Authority in their 2017/18 action plan

IN FULL: Schools at risk of closure across Northern Ireland

Education
Damien McLaughlin

Suspected dissident who went on run in new bid for bail

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Sovereign Grand Master, Millar Farr (centre,) with Imperial Grand Registrar, Billy Scott, and Imperial Grand Treasurer, David Livingstone, showcasing the Royal Black Institution's new website

Royal Black revamp website and launch social media presence

News

Couple had to flee burning home in Larne

Crime

Naomi Long to stand in East Belfast

News

Stakeknife investigation will be significantly compromised if files disclosed to civil action, court hears

News

Cash for ash public inquiry amassing vast body of evidence

News
GDP grew by 0.3% in its estimate for Q1 2017, down from 0.7% in Q4 2016

First quarter slowdown ‘worse than expected’

Business
Underlying performance of business strong says Danske CEO Kevin Kingston

First quarter profits drop at Danske Bank

Business

Naomi Long to stand in East Belfast

News
Sir Patrick Coghlin (centre) speaking at a preliminary hearing of the RHI inquiry.
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Cash for ash public inquiry amassing vast body of evidence

News
Michelle ONeill addresses a crowd gathered at Clonoe to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of four IRA men

Michelle O’Neill engaged in ‘terrorism idolatry’

News
The entire Stormont system is facing scrutiny

Sam McBride: An inquiry not just into RHI, but into the entire Stormont system

News
Pobal's director Janet Muller leads a delegation into Parliament Buildings, Stormont ahead of meeting DUP leader Arlene Foster to discuss the Irish language.

Irish language groups hail ‘useful and worthwhile’ talks with Foster

News

‘Friend of Gerry Adams’ tortured man and threatened to feed him to dogs

Crime
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue service believe a petrol bomb was thrown through the window of the house in Larne

Couple had to flee burning home in Larne

Crime
Screengrab from the BBC Panorama about the agent codenamed Stakeknife, broadcast on April 11 2017

Stakeknife investigation will be significantly compromised if files disclosed to civil action, court hears

News
The Creggan Shops, Central Drive.

Four further arrests in shooting probe

Crime

Winners of Drama Festival 2017

Farming
Editorial image.

15 Friesian cattle stolen

Farming
DAERAs Dessie Roulstone demonstrates the online Single Application service to farmers at Enniskillen, who will be submitting their application online for the first time in 2017. To book a place on a course at CAFRE Enniskillen, Greenmount or Loughry, tel: 02871 319 955.

Popular demand for DAERA’s Single Application support services

Farming
Fresh figs

There are many recipes which are used to celebrate Palm Sunday

Farming

IN FULL: Schools at risk of closure across Northern Ireland

Education

Queen’s University has found a brilliant way of highlighting world famine

Education
Arlene Foster

Irish language campaigners 'get good hearing from Arlene Foster'

Politics
DUP leader Arlene Foster speaks to members of the media following a meeting with a delegation of Irish language speakers at Our Lady's Grammar School in Newry

Gaeilge lesson in language appreciation for Arlene Foster

Education
UTU General Secretary Avril Hall-Callaghan

Parents and governors ‘must have final say’ on unisex toilets in NI schools

Education

First quarter slowdown ‘worse than expected’

Business
Underlying performance of business strong says Danske CEO Kevin Kingston

First quarter profits drop at Danske Bank

Business
Table settings ready for the Carrick Times Business Awards

Superb response from business community

Business
No signs of downturn, despite concerns about the general economic position

Consumers upbeat despite despite election and Brexit

Business

Train conductor who gave passenger ‘memorable day’ praised after Facebook post goes viral

Transport

WATCH: Dramatic 'near miss' CCTV footage shows Belfast Enterprise train almost hitting trespasser

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Mr. Brooks-Dutton's late wife Desreen with the couple's son, Jackson.

Widower starts petition after wife killed by pensioner who mistook brake for accelerator

Transport
A traffic jam

Police appeal for Road Safety over Easter

News
Undated handout photo issued by the Special EU Programmes Body of (left to right) Director and Chief Executive of South West College Malachy McAleer, CEO of the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) Gina McIntyre, and Jill Cush Head of Innovation and Business Development for South West College, as they announce funding worth 5.8 million euro (4.9 million) for a cross-border EU-funded project will generate almost 60 years of renewable energy research.

Funding announced for cross-border renewable energy research project

News

Final link of 'amazing' Connswater Community greenway opens

News
Avocets at Belfast's Window on Wildlife (WOW) reserve. Picture by Ronald Surgeoner

Investigation underway to find out where rare birds spotted in Belfast came from

Environment
Steven Agnew MLA, leader of The Green Party, at a 2015 rally at Stormont

Ex-Green MLA warns SDLP/SF pact risks party reputation

News
Steven Agnew

Green leader: We will consider pact with SF/SDLP

Environment

‘Summit’ on future of Daisy Hill A&E

Health
Some protestors outside a packed board meeting of the Southern Health and Social Care Board at Craigavon Hospital today

Health summit to be held into crisis at Daisy Hill

Health
Ryan Williams, Director, Connected Health.

Connected Health plans to create 63 news jobs in north west

Health
Alasdair McDonnell and his wife Olivia Nugent with daughter Aileen, pictured in summer 2015

SDLP hits back at ‘ridiculous’ claim pro-life MP does not trust women

Health
Singer Marion Jordan

Fundraising gig in aid of vocalist

Health