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Storm Ophelia: Schools in NI to remain closed on Tuesday

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Ophelia VIDEO: See Belfast city centre after the last buses leave

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James Brokenshire has been reluctant to impose direct rule in Northern Ireland

Sam McBride: In eye of the storm, Brokenshire’s inaction leaves him vulnerable

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Leo Varadkar being interviewed for a BBC Spotlight programme, to be broadcast on October 17 2017

Varadkar’s concern at possibility of narrow vote for Irish unity

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Nelson McCausland: ‘There is no single UK-wide approach to minority languages’

Opinion

Ophelia: Residents evacuated from homes

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Ophelia: Photographers putting their lives at risk- PSNI

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Storm Ophelia: Wind turbines generated less electricity than on calmer days

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Police at the scene in Glengormley. Photo: Pacemaker

Post mortem due to take place today

Crime
A fallen tree closes the Malone Road in Belfast as Storm Ophelia hits NI

Storm Ophelia: Childminding crisis for parents

Education

Sam McBride: In eye of the storm, Brokenshire’s inaction leaves him vulnerable

News
Leo Varadkar being interviewed for a BBC Spotlight programme, to be broadcast on October 17 2017

Varadkar’s concern at possibility of narrow vote for Irish unity

News
A Bun-sgoil Taobh na P�irce (Gaelic School)
in Scotland. Scotland has an Irish language act, which is different in scope to the Welsh language act. England has no language act that covers Cornish, in the same way that Northern Ireland has no Irish language act. 
Pic Neil Hanna

Nelson McCausland: ‘There is no single UK-wide approach to minority languages’

Opinion

Spreadsheet Phil usually has MPs in torpor, but now he’s shaken them awake

Opinion
President Donald Trumps America First thinking has been evident in the tariff rulings on Bombardier's C-Series. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Jim Nicholson: UK should not let pride stop them seeking Brussels help over Bombardier

Business

Post mortem due to take place today

Crime
A generic image of a dog being captured by authorities in England

Single council accounted for 39% of dogs destroyed by local authorities

Crime
Hazel Stewart is serving a minimum 18 years for the murder of her first husband and the wife of her former lover

Killer Hazel Stewart’s home to be sold to settle benefits dispute

Crime
Ross Clarke was freed on a two-year probation order

Co Antrim man freed after wreaking trail of havoc in stolen fire engine

Crime

Two men overcome by slurry fumes

Farming
RHI

RHI overspend far greater than first feared, department tells court

Farming
The proposal!

Harry’s wedding proposal is outstanding in its field

Farming

Helpline founder hopes to reach out to Northern Ireland’s ‘800’ gay farmers

Farming

Storm Ophelia: Childminding crisis for parents

Education
David Sterling answers questions from the media at Stormont

Decision to close schools was ‘balance of competing judgments’

Education
AQE say there has been an increase of 400 more pupils sitting their transfer test compared to last year

Transfer test increase causing pressure on exam places

Education
Going online

Facebook and Twitter could be made to pay for 'undeniable suffering' online

Education
School pupils sitting exams. David Davies/PA Wire

Deadline for CCEA re-marks extended after wrong grades issued

Education

Businesses to inspire young people over future careers at Skills NI exhibition

Business
First Derivatives CEO Brian Conlon pictured at the signing, left, with Elia Montanari of ESA Business Applications

First Derivatives signs deal with European Space Agency

Business
The team at Kilkeel instrument maker Ruach Music

Local musical firm closes deal with worlds largest seller

Business
New premises for firm

Ryobi expands at Carrickfergus business park

Business

Storm Ophelia: A2 Coast Road closed

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Delays expected following M2 collision

Transport
PSNI update

Foyle Bridge re-opens following incident

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Terrifying moment pram is destroyed by passing train

Transport

WATCH - RAF jets escort Ryanair flight to Stansted after security scare

Transport

Single council accounted for 39% of dogs destroyed by local authorities

Crime

Fishermen land 30 million-to-one catch in Lough Foyle

Environment
The Dark Hedges near Armoy shot to international prominence after featuring in the hit TV series Game of Thrones

Dark Hedges traffic ban ‘must be only start to preserve attraction’

Environment
Category C Best black and white picture. 2nd prize - Western lowland gorilla by Fiona Beattie

Belfast Zoo exposes winners of 34th annual photography competition!

Environment