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Presbyterian church slams trend of ‘illiberal liberals’

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The legal challenge is not a challenge to the specific nature of the DUP-Tory deal  it opposes it in principle. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Sam McBride: If legal challenge blocks DUP-Tory deal, constitutional crisis will ensue

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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers and Linfield manager David Healy. The two teams could meet each in round two of Champions League qualifying

Celtic fans plan Linfield trip despite ticket embargo

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The writer and commentator Douglas Murray, author of 'The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam', at the Bullitt hotel in Belfast, Saturday June 17 2017, the morning after his appearance at the Crescent Arts Centre as part of the Belfast Book Festival. By Ben Lowry

Douglas Murray: ‘I’d sensed for a long time we were doing something crazy to Europe’

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Border trails show IRA’s campaign of ‘ethnic cleansing’

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Ben Lowry: Hardball DUP tactics in Tory talks could one day rebound on unionism

Opinion

‘No tickets’ for Celtic fans if Belfast tie with Linfield materialises

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Man legally challenging deal with Tories vows to go all way

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Craigavon Courthouse

‘If men can’t drag themselves into the 21st century they should simply retire and leave females alone’ - judge tells undertaker

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Prime Minister Theresa May at the state opening of parliament on June 21 2017. She is said to be finished politically, but who will be better? Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire

Ben Lowry: Theresa May is said to be a disaster, but it is hard to see a replacement for her

Opinion

Presbyterian church slams trend of ‘illiberal liberals’

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The legal challenge is not a challenge to the specific nature of the DUP-Tory deal  it opposes it in principle. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Sam McBride: If legal challenge blocks DUP-Tory deal, constitutional crisis will ensue

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DUP leader Arlene Foster and her 10 MPs, who now have critical influence in the House of Commons.
Picture by Arthur Allison: Pacemaker

Ben Lowry: Hardball DUP tactics in Tory talks could one day rebound on unionism

Opinion
Ciaran McClean said that he was horrified at the proposed deal

Man legally challenging deal with Tories vows to go all way

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Prime Minister Theresa May at the state opening of parliament on June 21 2017. She is said to be finished politically, but who will be better? Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire

Ben Lowry: Theresa May is said to be a disaster, but it is hard to see a replacement for her

Opinion

Man shot in ankle in west Belfast

Crime
George Gilmore. 
Picture by PressEye.com

Gilmore murder probe police return to Carrickfergus after second anonymous letter

Crime
Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales in the House of Lords for the State Opening of Parliament. The Queen's Speech contained proposals to amend abortion legislation. Pic: PA.

‘Abortion industry to profit from law change’

Crime
Police are appealing for information following the assault.

Shocking footage emerges of Larne teen assault

Crime

Northern Irish farmer wins European Drivers’ Championship

Farming

UFU supports USDA decision to ban Brazilian Beef

Farming

‘Business as usual’ as JBS S.A. puts Moy Park up for sale

Farming

Their generation - new youth lifestyle survey unveiled

Education
Professor Patrick Johnston

Queen's University thank those who paid respects to Professor Patrick Johnston

Education
Cortege passes Queen's University

Funeral cortege for Professor Patrick Johnston passes Queen's in tribute

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Queens University Belfast Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston

University leader’s funeral set for Thursday

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Queens University Vice-Chancellor Patrick Johnston died suddenly on Sunday

Pioneering QUB leader Patrick Johnston ‘touched lives of so many’

Education

Northern Irish farmer wins European Drivers’ Championship

Farming

UFU supports USDA decision to ban Brazilian Beef

Farming
Brendan Monaghan, CEO of Neueda, with Invest NI CEO Alastair Hamilton

£12 million investment brings 165 digital jobs to Belfast

Business
Carrickfergus Townscape Heritage Initiative project board members pictured with ARCHES directors at the landmark bridge and viaduct over the River Maine in Randalstown. INCT 26-702-CON

Randalstown helping to inspire £4m Carrick heritage project

Business

City of Derry to Stansted bmi cancellation due to staff sickness was ‘a once off’

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The Mayor, Councillor Paul Reid and Lynda Foy, Countryside officer Mid and East Antrim Borough, unveiling new plans for cycle routes across the borough. INCT 25-798-CON

‘Exciting’ plan to develop Mid and East Antrim cycle network

Transport
Malone Road - Google image

Traffic chaos after Malone Road collision

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Pictured announcing the Translink transport plans are l-r Laura McCaw, Juvenile Captain Portstewart GC, Translink's Sam Todd; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens BC,  Joan Baird OBE; Darrell O'Hora European Tour; Aine Kearney TNI; Ian Magee Chief Inspector of Causeway Coast & Glens, and Josh Moffitt from Portstewart GC. Picture by Brian Morrison

Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Business
Emergency services personnel at the scene of Tuesday's fatal road traffic collision on the A1 near Banbridge. Pic by 
Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Man killed in road traffic collision on A1

Transport

Calling the DUP ‘dinosaurs’ is allowed: Commons speaker

Environment
Bonfire site at Monrush in Cookstown

Asbestos dumped at Cookstown bonfire sparks safety alert

Environment
The Small Blue Butterfly discovered in Co Fermanagh

Rare butterfly previously feared extinct discovered in Northern Ireland

Offbeat
Undated handout photo issued by Bord na Mona of a Marsh Fritillary butterfly which has been rediscovered on Turraun Bog in west Offaly, 20 years after it was last seen

Rare marsh fritillary butterfly rediscovered on bog after 20 years

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‘Abortion industry to profit from law change’

Crime
Spar on the Glen Road in west Belfast - Google image

PSNI: Theft of defibrillator 'endangers lives'

Crime
Duke of Edinburgh

Duke of Edinburgh leaves hospital after treatment for infection

People
File photo dated 23/01/16 of the feet of a new baby wrapped in a blanket. One in eight health bodies have higher-than-expected rates of stillbirths and neonatal death, a new report suggests

Stillbirth and neonatal death rates 'unexpectedly big in 12.7% of health bodies'

Health
Many common GP services could disappear during the protest

Patient care risk as NI GPs to withdraw some services

Health