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Channel 4 apologises over Shankill bomb joke in ABC sitcom

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‘Heartbroken’ Belfast mum woke up to find intruder holding knife to baby son

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Seamus Ludlow's brother Kevin Ludlow (left) and nephew Thomas Fox outside the Four Courts in Dublin following the ruling on a bid by the family of murdered forestry worker Seamus Ludlow to have the Government set up a commission of inquiry into the 1976 sectarian killing. Pic: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Family of murdered forestry worker vow to continue fight for justice

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Shoppers make their way from Oxford Street in London after police responded to a number of reports of shots being fired on Oxford Street and underground at Oxford Circus tube station and are responding as if the incident is terrorist related.

Police probe cause of London panic among thousands

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Man who died in Annahilt collision is named

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Over 230 people killed in attack upon mosque

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Sam McBride: The DUP is gearing up to address the UK, not just Northern Ireland

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Shooting of man by Army in 1971 was not justified – ruling

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Court

Man returned for trial over Cookstown road death

Crime

Six-month-old baby threatened with knife during Belfast raid

Crime

Sam McBride: The DUP is gearing up to address the UK, not just Northern Ireland

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DUP leader Arlene Foster

Foster warns Republic election could hinder talks

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Prime Minister Theresa May with President of the European Council Donald Tusk. Pic: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

UK insists stance unchanged amid Brexit wrangle over Irish border issues

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Northern Ireland's membership of the EU customs union after Brexit is "a matter for negotiations", Downing Street has suggested.

Border issues 'a matter for negotiations' in Brexit taks, Downing Street says

Politics

‘Heartbroken’ Belfast mum woke up to find intruder holding knife to baby son

Crime
Seamus Ludlow's brother Kevin Ludlow (left) and nephew Thomas Fox outside the Four Courts in Dublin following the ruling on a bid by the family of murdered forestry worker Seamus Ludlow to have the Government set up a commission of inquiry into the 1976 sectarian killing. Pic: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Family of murdered forestry worker vow to continue fight for justice

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This photo released by Egypt's Presidency shows Abdel-Fattah El-Sissi, center, meeting with officials in Cairo after militants attacked a crowded mosque during Friday prayers

Over 230 people killed in attack upon mosque

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Charlene, daughter of Joseph Parker and Francis Cosgrove, uncle, talks to the the press outside court in Belfast.

Shooting of man by Army in 1971 was not justified – ruling

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NI pork ready for export to China

Farming
Dartan Hall has sold for �1.73m

Co Armagh Victorian home sells for £1.73m

Farming
Justin McCarthy IFJ, with Crosby Cleland UFU Beef and Lamb policy Chair, Jim Nicholson MEP and Victor Chestnutt, UFU Deputy President.

Nicholson hosts trade debate

Farming

No MOT for farm tractors welcomed

Farming

Tributes to ‘inspirational teacher’

Education

Man arrested after assault on schoolgirl (11)

Education
A generic image of a classroom

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

Education
Chris Wall, Sales and Marketing Director, Develop Training Ltd.

Lisburn training centre responds to skills crisis in construction sector

Business

Home insurance customers ‘paying loyalty penalty’

Business
October saw the strongest rise in average sale prices in more than 26 years

Retail sales rebound in October after sharp dip

Business
Consumer spending bounced back to 0.6% from 0.2% in Q2

Household spending rebounds as UK growth accelerates

Business
InterTradeIreland chairm Ken Nelson with Phion Therapeutics Prof Helen McCarthy and Darrach Neeson

Belfast start-up Phion Therapeutics wins all-Ireland Seedcorn award

Business

Police appeal for witnesses after woman is injured in crash

Transport
Ulster Rugby

Traffic advice for tomorrow's Ulster Rugby v Benetton Treviso match

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WATCH | Motorist narrowly avoids head-on collision with car

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VIDEO: Motorist ignores red light and narrowly avoids head on collision with van

Transport

4,000 bulbs to brighten historic garden restoration at Castle Ward

Environment
The decision on sand-dredging was referred back to the Department of Infrastructure by the appeal court

Lough Neagh sand-dredging can continue, says Department of Infrastructure

Environment

Blue Planet II: Filming the rarely witnessed 'boiling sea'

Environment
The National Trust hard at work clearing trees from the 800-year-old motte revealed on the Mountstewart estate

Hidden Norman fort revealed in Co Down

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