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Tables turned on Nolan as Allister grills him on BBC pay

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Stephen Nolans salary revealed on Wednesday does not include earnings from his production company which also makes programmes for the BBC

Stephen Nolan: I’ve been offered more money for less work

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Edwin Poots MLA. Pic by Aaron McCracken, Harrisons

DUP’s Edwin Poots speaks Irish at debate

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Man charged with stealing £2,000 from pensioner

Crime

Danske Bank reports 2017 half-year profits of £56 million

Business

Celtic fans display ‘paramilitary’ banner during Linfield game

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Searches continue for missing Dean

News

Stephen Nolan interviewed by TUV leader Jim Allister on The Nolan Show

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Picture shows Chris Hudson, in the middle of the front banner, and tade unionists (names unknown), marching in San Salvador, El Salvador. Hudson (now Rev Hudson) recalls the man on the left of the picture (face obscured) to be Jeremy Corbyn, because he recalls him putting on the hat. Sent in by Chris Hudson

I liked and admired Corbyn on our trip to El Salvador but we disagreed on IRA

Opinion
William Crawley  the current presenter of Talkback.

Nolan turns down interview with Crawley to speak on own show

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DUP’s Edwin Poots speaks Irish at debate

News
Picture shows Chris Hudson, in the middle of the front banner, and tade unionists (names unknown), marching in San Salvador, El Salvador. Hudson (now Rev Hudson) recalls the man on the left of the picture (face obscured) to be Jeremy Corbyn, because he recalls him putting on the hat. Sent in by Chris Hudson

I liked and admired Corbyn on our trip to El Salvador but we disagreed on IRA

Opinion
General view of fire officers at the apartment block that was damaged beside the Sandy Row bonfire in south Belfast.

Photo by Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye

MP: I clearly condemned the bonfire damage at apartments

Opinion
James Brokenshire, the Northern Ireland Secretary, made the announcement in Parliament

Warning NI ‘just drifting along’ as Brokenshire revises budgets

Business
Theresa May at Downing Street with Nigel Dodds, Arlene Foster and Sir Jeffrey Donaldson of the DUP

May ‘understands’ DUP deal concerns ... and backs gay marriage in NI

News

Man charged with stealing £2,000 from pensioner

Crime
An Garda Siochana badge.

Man arrested and firearm recovered on Dublin to Belfast train

Crime
The RNLI beach lifeguard unit at Whiterocks.

Around £800 damages to RNLI hut at Whiterocks beach

Crime
Ravenscroft Avenue was one of the bonfires named in the injunction

Council admits mistake but says bonfire injunction still valid

Crime

Farming Life awards: Entering a worthwhile experience - Thomas Gilpin

Farming

Lifetime achievement award

Farming

Take care when driving tractors through villages - Dallat

Farming

Students urged to claim TV licence refund

TV and Film
School classroom. Stock image

DUP blame Sinn Féin for uniform grant cuts

Education
Michael O'Neill picked up the Ulster University honour this morning.

Honorary Ulster University degree for NI boss Michael O'Neill

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Linda Ervine  writing Irish on a white-board

Linda Ervine: ‘Curry my yoghurt’ pushed me towards Irish act

Education
Northern Ireland's four-time Paralympic gold medallist Bethany Firth MBE was awarded with an honorary degree at Queen's University Belfast on Monday.

 Photo by Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Honorary degree for Paralympic hero Bethany Firth

Education

Danske Bank reports 2017 half-year profits of £56 million

Business
The Housing Executive owns the land at Hope Street where the Sandy Row bonfire has been located for the past number of years

Sandy Row residents want houses built on bonfire site

Business
Some changes and costs are inevitable but guidance is essential

Businesses ‘keeping Brexit plans on hold amid uncertainty’

Business
Impact of latest decline felt most keenly in infrastructure and commercial works

Political impasse starts to bite at construction sector

Business

A1 closed after single vehicle crash

Transport

£200k road resurfacing scheme to get under way next week

Transport
Castledawson roundabout.

A6 temporary road closure to facilitate essential works

Transport
Road closed

Road closed in both directions after 'serious collision'

News

Rose Week is in bloom at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park

Offbeat
Fire service attending a bonfire

Dangerous air pollution soared in Belfast amid bonfires

News
Carlingford lough - Google image

Concerns raised over proposed hazardous waste plant near lough

Environment

Ed Sheeran urges fans to join stem cell register as girl 'urgently' needs donor

Health
Charlie Gard

US politician's offer in Charlie Gard case 'shedding more heat than light'

Health
Baby Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard's parents lose court fight over brain scan

Health
A cigarette stubbed out in an ashtray

Tobacco control plan aims for 'smoke- free generation'

Health
A Mediterranean-style diet that is rich in oily fish, fresh vegetables and nuts could help cut the risk of dementia, research suggests

Mediterranean diet could help cut dementia risk, study shows

Health