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Man arrested after officer shot

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James Brokenshire said a proportionate approach needed to be taken on legacy investigations

Talks on new law to protect OAP Troubles soldiers

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One of the many terrorist arsenals seized as a result of RUC covert policing operations. A former SB officer has denied any agent had a licence to kill

Troubles agents not immune from prosecution: ex-Special Branch officer

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Scene of a shooting this evening at a filling station on the Crumlin Road in North west Belfast.
First reports say that a PSNi officer has been shot
Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

Police officer injured in Belfast shooting

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Castlereagh break-in brought Special Branch ‘close to meltdown’

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Fatal crash between Belfast and Bangor

Crime

File including religion of IRA targets ‘was destined for McGuinness’

Crime

Belfast council in reverse on bike scheme cost-cutting plan

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Mr Donie Cronin (Centre) with clinical personnel (left to right) Bernie McCallan, Dr Aaron Peace, Dr Godfrey Aleong and Dr Albert McNeill at Altnagelvin Hospital where the cross-border cardiology service has been credited with saving the lives of 27 patients from Co Donegal in its first nine months. PA

Cross-border cardiology service saves 27

Health

New Regional Food Programme opens

Farming

Talks on new law to protect OAP Troubles soldiers

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Martin McGuinness (left) follows the coffin of IRA man Charles English in Londonderry in 1984

File including religion of IRA targets ‘was destined for McGuinness’

Crime
Morning View

Criticism of dissident terrorists is not enough: action to combat them must be supported

Opinion
Sinn Fein's Mairtin O Muilleoir

There will be ‘no hiding places’ from RHI public inquiry, says minister

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John O'Dowd is running again in Upper Bann

Sinn Fein to run two candidates in hotly contested Upper Bann race

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Man arrested after officer shot

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James Brokenshire said a proportionate approach needed to be taken on legacy investigations

Talks on new law to protect OAP Troubles soldiers

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One of the many terrorist arsenals seized as a result of RUC covert policing operations. A former SB officer has denied any agent had a licence to kill

Troubles agents not immune from prosecution: ex-Special Branch officer

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The high-security Castlereagh police base in east Belfast which suffered a security breach in 2002

Castlereagh break-in brought Special Branch ‘close to meltdown’

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New Regional Food Programme opens

Farming

McIlveen must
use next six weeks to clear backlog’

Farming

Announcement on ANC payment is welcomed

Farming

DUP Minister relaxes SF class sharing targets

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A little genius

Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Lifestyle
NASUWT rally

NASUWT announce details of their second day of NI strike action

Education
Communities Minister Paul Givan denied 'snubbing' the Irish language

Irish language funding ‘should be restored’: SF

Education
UTU General Secretary Avril Hall Callaghan

Ulster Teachers’ Union vote for industrial action short of a strike

Education

New Regional Food Programme opens

Farming
The construction sector has yet to recover from the property crash

Liquidity crisis threat for Northern Ireland?

Business
There is unlikely to be any update on the talks with Ofcom

BT to post Q3 results amid Openreach battle with Ofcom

Business

Two children in hospital after serious accident

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Update: Lorry ‘went off road’ at Shane’s Hill

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A1 reopens following earlier accident involving stag

Transport
Firefighter are at the scene

Woman and girl hospitalised following RTC

Transport
Lorry being removed from the M2

M2 re-opened in both directions after lorry fire

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STATEMENT from Martin McGuinness on why he is not seeking reelection

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A buck stands with does in the late afternoon autumn sunlight. October 3, 2015: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Help stop ‘black market flesh dealers’ shooting deer in Clogher Valley

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Lee Reynolds

RHI scandal: DUP cite sources for claim parties wanted subsidy rise

Business

Cross-border cardiology service saves 27

Health
Part of the crowd which attended a rally at Pordadown Health Centre on Friday. INPT04-200.

GP protest slams ‘sticking plaster’ solution

Health
John McCourt is confident the report will vindicate his story

HIA inquiry report ‘will vindicate claims of abuse’

Crime
A woman sitting down

Sitting down too much can age women by 8 years

Health
The study said more than 40% of UK women drink alcohol during pregnancy

UK and Irish women ‘drink most during pregngncy’

Health