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Ulster-Scots board man: We didn’t approve £140m bid

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The Department of Health has told the Province's health trusts to draw up plans to save �70m

NHS staff and beds could be cut in bid to save £70m

Health
Former RIR soldier Wilfie Holmes was effectively homeless when he died

Tragic ex-soldier still a ‘young man’

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The seals of the County Grand Orange Lodge of Limerick and its last working lodge, Schomberg LOL 1080

Lodge Life: Lecture to examine Limerick Orangeism

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Green and White Army’s San Marino ticket concerns

News

Tyrone farmers lose 55,000 chickens in flash floods

News

Economy will boom without ‘cack-handed’ Brussels - economists

Business

Insurance for off-road use ‘unfair’ warns industry

Business
FDF director general Ian Wright

1-in3 UK food firms ‘unviable’ without EU workers

Business
Arlene Foster pictured with Ian Crozier (right) and Christopher Stalford less than two weeks after Mr Crozier made his funding request

Leaked talks paper reveals £140m Ulster-Scots shopping list

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Ulster-Scots board man: We didn’t approve £140m bid

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Arlene Foster pictured with Ian Crozier (right) and Christopher Stalford less than two weeks after Mr Crozier made his funding request

Leaked talks paper reveals £140m Ulster-Scots shopping list

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Peter Robinson won the settlement after threatening defamation proceedings

Peter Robinson gets damages and apology over paper’s terror group claim

Crime
Ian Paisley has asked Colum Eastwood how many more assurances he needs about the nature of border arrangements, post-Brexit

Eastwood accused of U-turn on Brexit link to Irish unity

Business
The proposals would see massive Stormont investment in Ulster-Scots culture and language programmes

How Ulster Scots money would be spent: Halls, bands, highland dance, art and more

News

Peter Robinson gets damages and apology over paper’s terror group claim

Crime
Dumfries Police social media

Police mock drugs courier on Belfast-bound bus over lost package

Crime

Woman hit police officer day after being released from jail

Crime
Police warning over email phishing scam

POLICE ALERT: Warning over email phishing scam

Crime

Co Down cow is crowned Diageo Baileys Champion

Farming
The flooding was up to the bellies of the cattle

In pictures: Cattle and sheep left wading through flooded fields after deluge

Farming

Agri-Food Strategy Board holds final meeting

Farming
The Red Kite which has been shot at Ballyward. Picture: Alan Ferguson / RSPB NI

Shooting of Red Kite at Moneyslane ‘utterly heartbreaking’

Farming

I do love home but it never occurred to me to study here

Opinion
Exams

University places still available as A-level students brace for day of reckoning

Education
Laboratory technician

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

Education
NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education

Economy will boom without ‘cack-handed’ Brussels - economists

Business
Huge potential impact

Insurance for off-road use ‘unfair’ warns industry

Business
FDF director general Ian Wright

1-in3 UK food firms ‘unviable’ without EU workers

Business
Belfasts extended Waterfront Hall has given the city a high value lift says the ASM hotel report

Hotel sector has ‘outstanding’ year as occupancy and revenues soar

Business

VIDEO: Dramatic drone footage reveals scale of flooding

News
Part of a bridge collapsed on the Cumber Road in Claudy.

Bridges collapse, roads closed and cars washed away as flash floods leave trail of destruction

News
Traffic news

Traffic and travel: Updates from across Northern Ireland

Transport
The incident occurred on Thursday morning.

Woman cut from car and hospitalised after Londonderry car smash

Transport

Rhododendron a blooming great menace, even after they’re gone

Environment
Comeback in Co. Antrim - the Curlew

Under threat Curlews make a Co. Antrim comeback!

Environment
Dr Tom Woolley, who is an independent expert on construction materials and was Professor of Architecture at Queen's University Belfast, at Grenfell Tower in the aftermath of the fire disaster there

The Grenfell fire has put all sorts of building hazards in the spotlight

Opinion
Contemporary allotments do more than provide food, the healthy lifestyle they encourage helps to combat several of the challenges facing 21st century populations ie obesity, inactivity and mental health problems resulting from social isolation. Picture: National Allotment Society (NSALG)

National Allotment Society - Growing The Movement

Offbeat

NHS staff and beds could be cut in bid to save £70m

Health
Concerns were raised over Ashbrooke Care Home after inspections in November and January

Enniskillen care home had failed previous inspections

Health
The RQIA inspected Ashbrooke Care Home last week after a tip-off about its standards of care

Trust vows to rehome residents from closed care home in 10 days

Health

Evening of pantomime fun on the fairway

Offbeat

Residents of NI care home shut down by inspectors still need new beds

Health