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DUP MP says mooted culture act is ‘off the table’ as impasse continues

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The entrance to the Catholic Church in Dungiven. Image taken from Google StreetView

IRSP vow to ‘force’ flags into the Catholic Church following funeral

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Marion Millican  and  Fred McClenaghan

Laundrette shotgun killer Fred McClenaghan finally admits Marion Millican murder

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European Parliament Brexit co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt MEP. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

EU Brexit negotiator meets NI leaders

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Fight to save ‘vital’ IFA and GAA coaching initiative

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SF mayor slammed for wearing chain to visit dissident in jail

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Fight to save historic Boyne Bridge goes on

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DUP will walk out of talks if Dublin starts suggesting solutions: Donaldson

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Dissident republican activist Dee Fennell arrives at Laganside Court in Belfast

Dissident Dee Fennell accused of encouraging support for IRA

Crime
Lough Beg swans are at the heart of the A6 battle

Work on Londonderry A6 delayed despite Appeal Court victory

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DUP MP says mooted culture act is ‘off the table’ as impasse continues

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European Parliament Brexit co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt MEP. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

EU Brexit negotiator meets NI leaders

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From left, Raymond McCartney MLA, Martina Anderson MEP, Mayor of Derry and Strabane Councillor Maol�osa McHugh, and Elisha McCallion MP pictured after visiting Tony Taylor in Maghaberry prison.

SF mayor slammed for wearing chain to visit dissident in jail

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Jeffrey Donaldson

DUP will walk out of talks if Dublin starts suggesting solutions: Donaldson

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Sir Reg Empey.

Sinn Fein not gatekeepers of equality: Empey

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Laundrette shotgun killer Fred McClenaghan finally admits Marion Millican murder

Crime
From left, Raymond McCartney MLA, Martina Anderson MEP, Mayor of Derry and Strabane Councillor Maol�osa McHugh, and Elisha McCallion MP pictured after visiting Tony Taylor in Maghaberry prison.

SF mayor slammed for wearing chain to visit dissident in jail

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Declan Hill Architect pictured during a presentation in support of the Boyne Bridge in the Black Box in Belfast.
 Picture by Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

Fight to save historic Boyne Bridge goes on

Crime
Dissident republican activist Dee Fennell arrives at Laganside Court in Belfast

Dissident Dee Fennell accused of encouraging support for IRA

Crime

Paul Vernon is new chairman of Dairy UK

Farming

Five years on from triple farm tragedy, tributes paid to Ulster’s Nevin Spence

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Pictured today at the launch of The Farm Safety Partnership Action Plan 2017-2020 are (left-right) James Speers, President of the Young Farmers Clubs of Ulster, Keith Morrison, Chairman of the Farm Safety Partnership and Farmer, James Chapman. Picture: Michael Cooper

‘Sustainable Safety’ at heart of new farm safety action plan

Farming
Thelma Gorman

Woman killed in Co Armagh farming accident named

Farming

Fight to save ‘vital’ IFA and GAA coaching initiative

Education
A computer-generated image of the proposed new SRC campus in Banbridge.

Stormont stalemate holding up new college project

Education
Prince George

'Very interesting week' for William as George returns to school

Education
File photo dated 24/3/2017 of a sign outside Thomas's Battersea in London, as a review has been launched of security arrangements at the school attended by Prince George after a 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary, Scotland Yard said.

Security review at Prince George's school after woman arrested

Education
The Slimming World flyer that was sent home in pupils' homework folders.

Parents jump to defence of school in Slimming World leaflet row

Education

Department re-imagines ‘dismal’ junction at heart of Belfast nightlife

Business
The sector has not seen such growth for four years say analysts

Lidl retains title of fastest growing UK supermarket

Business
�1.2 billion of banks revenues came from unarranged overdrafts in 2014

Overdraft fees have seen ‘little change’ despite criticism Colemans

Business
Undated handout photo issued by Northern Ireland Department for Communities of Belfast's dilapidated Shaftesbury Square which could become a new public transport hub, an Executive report said.

Shaftesbury Square has potential as new public transport hub, report says

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Shaftesbury Square has potential as new public transport hub, report says

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Football on the M1 as police investigate 'suspicious package'

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Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary

IN FULL: List of Ryanair cancellations

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Ryanair passengers are furious that the budget airline is shelving up to 50 flights a day

Ryanair publishes cancellation list amid scrapped flights 'mess'

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Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary

Ryanair's Michael O'Leary admits flight cancellations have caused 'a mess'

Transport

Work on Londonderry A6 delayed despite Appeal Court victory

Crime

SF minister under fire for ‘neutral’ stance on incinerator plan

Environment
A computer-generated image of the proposed energy from waste plant development at Hightown Quarry.

Planning permission granted for Arc21 waste treatment facility

Business

Teenage girls from deprived areas at greater risk of violence - study

Health
Members of Banbridge Bible and Crown Defenders LOL 423 who took part in the charity fundraising climb present the proceeds to Northern Ireland Hospice president, Paul Clark

Orange hikers drum up funds for NI Hospice

Health
Partying too hard can damage the sensitive brains of young university students, new research suggests

Binge-drinking 'can damage young people's brains'

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School children with jigsaw pieces replicating a map of the Connswater Community Greenway. 
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

‘Heart’ of east Belfast is celebrated as Connswater Greenway officially opens

Health

George 'rules the roost' and Charlotte 'will be trouble', says William

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