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RHI official now controls all public spending in Northern Ireland

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VIDEO: Article 50 triggered: What happens now?

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Pensioner tied up and assaulted in Co Down home by robbers

Crime
A picture of the tunnel mole trap that was on sale in Homebase in Northern Ireland on Tuesday.

Mole repellent for sale in Northern Ireland even though there are NO moles

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‘Paramilitary threat’ to teenager accused of slash attack

Crime

Eulogising of McGuinness has re-traumatised victims, says man whose brother was murdered by the IRA

Opinion

MLAs set for pay rise despite Stormont suspension

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Campaign for special designated status building momentum says Sinn Fein

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Prime Minister Theresa May announces in the House of Commons, London, that she has triggered Article 50, starting a two-year countdown to the UK leaving the EU.

PM says her Government 'will never be neutral' on future of Northern Ireland

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PACEMAKER BELFAST  29/03/2017 A 17-year-old male was found in an alleyway between Castlereagh Parade and Glenvarlock Street with a number of serious injuries at around 1.30am.

Update: Teenager critical after being found in alley in east Belfast

Crime

RHI official now controls all public spending in Northern Ireland

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VIDEO: Article 50 triggered: What happens now?

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Ken Funston (whose brother was murdered by the IRA) during  a Memorial Day to the victims of terrorist attacks in the Senate Chamber in Parliament Buildings, Stormont on March 13 2017.  Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Eulogising of McGuinness has re-traumatised victims, says man whose brother was murdered by the IRA

Opinion
Anti-Brexit campaigners, some dressed as customs officers hold a protest outside Stormont in Belfast, as Prime Minister Theresa May triggers Article 50, starting the process that will see Britain leave the EU.

Campaign for special designated status building momentum says Sinn Fein

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Prime Minister Theresa May announces in the House of Commons, London, that she has triggered Article 50, starting a two-year countdown to the UK leaving the EU.

PM says her Government 'will never be neutral' on future of Northern Ireland

News

Pensioner tied up and assaulted in Co Down home by robbers

Crime
Scales of justice.

‘Paramilitary threat’ to teenager accused of slash attack

Crime
PACEMAKER BELFAST  29/03/2017 A 17-year-old male was found in an alleyway between Castlereagh Parade and Glenvarlock Street with a number of serious injuries at around 1.30am.

Update: Teenager critical after being found in alley in east Belfast

Crime
A service at the UDR memorial in Lisburn, which was erected in memory of the service and sacrifice of all the regiments members during the Troubles. Pictured is former UDR soldier, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson.

Ex-UDR major: We should never forget McGuinness links to murder

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Two years until final details will be sorted out

Farming

Theft of tractor and trailer from building site

Farming

Ideal conditions for annual match

Farming

Video: RUAS launches new four day Balmoral Show for 2017

Farming

‘Beloved’ principal Tony passes away

Education
Members of Conradh na Gaeilge (The Gaelic League) with staff and pupils from Gaelscoil An Tsli Dala in Co Laois

Unionists query ‘absurd’ £19m cost of Irish language act for NI

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Henry Miskmmin, 14, was put in 'isolation' by Enniskillen Royal Grammar School for this haircut, his Mum Sandra said.

Henry put in ‘isolation’ by school over haircut

Education
Two-weight world boxing champion Carl Frampton was among those who received an honorary degree

Frampton and Firth claim another title

Education
John Veighey, Sammy McAuley and Aaron Curragh who feature tonight in True North: Jobs for the Boys

Back to school to try to find jobs for east Belfast boys

TV and Film

New £7m Londonderry Holiday Inn will create 47 jobs

Business
The fishing fleet at Kilkeel harbour in Co Down

‘No fishing free-for-all in Northern Ireland’ post-Brexit

Business
The new �1 coin has entered circulation

‘Inevitable’ that new £1 coins will be forged

Business
Northern Irelands unique position within Brexit means it cannot be left without a voice the group claims

Executive and Westminster must ‘do their duty’ for province over Brexit

Business

A6 dual carriageway to go ahead

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The A2 - Google image

No serious injuries sustained in three car crash on A2 to Belfast carriageway

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Vandals ‘could have de-railed train’ - PSNI

Crime
Reginald Diamond (Picture supplied by family)

Man killed in Coleraine accident named

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David McGuckin from Ballymena Rider Training and co-organiser,  Gary Olphert. (Contributed picture)

Bikers ready to roll for Easter Egg Run

Business

Body recovered from River Foyle

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Steven Agnew said Arlene Foster should 'accept the verdict of the electorate'

Green leader says Foster should give Stormont ‘breathing space’

Environment
The road back to Stormont: Northern Ireland's political leaders have three weeks to form an executive or risk the re-imposition of direct rule from Westminster

Stormont party chiefs set for talks to restore devolution

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Outgoing Stormont agriculture committee member Robin Swann said the proposals were sound

Draft bill for minimum farm incomes gets seal of approval

Environment

Urgent fundraising appeal launched to save life of family man Glen Graham

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A doctor

Failed Stormont talks causing 'uncontrolled collapse' of GP services, union says

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John Alexander Sinton worked on despite being shot in both arms

Blue Plaque unveiled in Co Tyrone in honour of Victoria Cross hero

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John Concannon

John Concannon is officially identified

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Getting an injection

Soon babies could get 5 in 1 vaccination from birth

Health