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Murder of Portadown couple in 80s in own home 'incomprehensible', say family

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Former head of the IRA Southern Command, Sean O'Callaghan, gave the inquest a string of reasons as to why he believes the IRA leadership did sanction the Kingsmills Massacre

Ex-Garda agent: IRA chiefs did sanction Kingsmills Massacre

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Soldiers have joined police in the security operation under Operation Temperer

Terror threat level reduced from critical to severe

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The aftermath of an attack in which gunmen stormed a bus in Minya, Egypt, Friday, May 26, 2017. Egyptian officials say dozens of people were killed and wounded in the attack by masked militants on a bus carrying Coptic Christians, including children, south of Cairo.  (Minya Governorate Media office via AP)

Ben Lowry: We decline to give special help to Christians and we will not speak frankly about Islam

Opinion

Update: Police give further details on Portadown double murder

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Allister queries why not all RHI claimants have been named

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Presbyterians coming to terms with Scottish gay move

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General Election 2017: Will Foyle unionists boost SDLP?

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Emergency services at Antiville estate iin Larne on Saturday afternoon.

Larne flat fire not suspicious, say police

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Two men arrested after Londonderry ‘hit-and-run’

Crime

Ex-Garda agent: IRA chiefs did sanction Kingsmills Massacre

News
The aftermath of an attack in which gunmen stormed a bus in Minya, Egypt, Friday, May 26, 2017. Egyptian officials say dozens of people were killed and wounded in the attack by masked militants on a bus carrying Coptic Christians, including children, south of Cairo.  (Minya Governorate Media office via AP)

Ben Lowry: We decline to give special help to Christians and we will not speak frankly about Islam

Opinion
TUV leader Jim Allister

Allister queries why not all RHI claimants have been named

News
The Peace Bridge in Londonderry

General Election 2017: Will Foyle unionists boost SDLP?

News

Willie Frazer: Kingsmills hearing confirmed that IRA had ethnic cleansing policy on border

Your Say

Murder of Portadown couple in 80s in own home 'incomprehensible', say family

News
Former head of the IRA Southern Command, Sean O'Callaghan, gave the inquest a string of reasons as to why he believes the IRA leadership did sanction the Kingsmills Massacre

Ex-Garda agent: IRA chiefs did sanction Kingsmills Massacre

News
Soldiers have joined police in the security operation under Operation Temperer

Terror threat level reduced from critical to severe

News
The scene at Upper Ramone Park in Portadown where an elderly couple were murdered on Friday afternoon.

Update: Police give further details on Portadown double murder

News

Major boost for industry as BSE negligible status is achieved

Farming
The dramatic scene in Banbridge town centre when a farm loader burst into flames on Wednesday afternoon. Pic by Nadine Scullion

Firefighters called to digger blaze in town centre

Farming

Tributes paid as Ally Whan loses battle with illness

Farming
Niall Browne, Dawn Meats

Dawn Meats and Dunbia agree strategic partnership

Farming

Prince Philip enjoys 'very witty' chat with DOfE award group in Northern Ireland

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There is a need to create vacancies for teaching graduates in Northern Ireland

NI teacher loses High Court challenge

Crime

Larne teenager is Ulster’s top student

Education
Queen's University Belfast. Picture: Diane Magill

Wilson slams Queen’s over plans to ditch investment in fossil fuels

Education
Teachers from the NASUWT take part in a one-day strike in November last year as part of a dispute over pay and workload

Teachers’ action on pay damaging pupils’ education: Wilson

Education

Legal & General plans Dublin move in response to Brexit

Business 2
The interior of fashion brand Kate Spades London store created by Portview

Portview posts near-£1m profit rise after winning year

Business
The latest CSeries delivery brings the number in servcie to twelve

Bombardier sends twelfth CSeries into service with Swiss

Business
Barry Desmond, Sales and Marketing Director at Alexander Boyd Displays, and Michael Weir, Belfast Photo Festival Director, at the 2017 Belfast Photo Festival programme launch.

Lisburn firm signs up to ensure 2017 Belfast Photo Festival has a big impact

Business

Shore Road closed following collision

Transport
Picture dated 3rd September 2012
 showing bus lanes and traffic around Laganside. Picture by Stephen Hamilton/Presseye.com

Council give backing to bus lane taxi plan

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Traffic and travel

M2 traffic congestion after broken down vehicle blocks lane

Transport
PSNI

Serious crash closes Rostrevor Road

News

IN FULL: Non-domestic RHI claimant list

Business

Video: Derg Valley YFC annual charity tractor run

Offbeat
Barn owl (c) Margaret Holland

Volunteers needed to transform the fortunes of barn owls

Environment
A  foxhound type dog is believed to be involved in the recent sheep worrying attacks in east Tyrone. This is not the dog involved - this is merely an image of the type of dog thought to be behind the attacks.

Appeal to aid hunt for dog preying on livestock

Business

Father of boy exposed to toxic substance at bonfire speaks of relief at his recovery

Health
Robbie Butler said Michelle ONeill should wise up and get back into government

SF in firing line as health waiting times grow worse

Health
Barbecues can be fantastic occasions but it's important to be careful when preparing food outside.

VIDEO: How to cook food safely on the BBQ

Health
Undated family handout of Pat and Elizabeth Canavan and their grandchildren

Grandmother trapped in hospital 11 weeks over carer shortage finally goes home

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Elizabeth Canavan had been treated for multiple fractures following a fall

Grandmother gets care package – after 11 weeks in hospital

Health