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‘No way’ DUP will accept sea border between NI and GB

Business
A loyalist bonfire on the Shankill Road in west Belfast

‘Sinister’ Sinn Fein plot to ban all bonfires in Belfast

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The skit is from BBC NI comedy programme 'Late Licence'.

WATCH: Joke about Londonderry goes viral

News
Banners displayed by Celtic fans at the club's match with Linfield on July 19.

Celtic fined €23,000 over paramilitary banner at Linfield match

News

Arson attack in village was ‘sectarian hate crime’

Crime

Rev David Latimer: Our politicians must go extra mile to reinstate Stormont

Opinion

Royal Marine ‘forced to pretend to have republican sympathies’, court hears

Crime

50 injured in Barcelona train crash

Transport
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Mandatory Credit Lorcan Doherty

Farm Safety Week: Child safety on farms

Farming
Kieran Gilmore is the director of the Open House Festival Bangor which is now in its fifth year

Bangor is the main attraction at the Open House Festival

Whats on

‘No way’ DUP will accept sea border between NI and GB

Business
A loyalist bonfire on the Shankill Road in west Belfast

‘Sinister’ Sinn Fein plot to ban all bonfires in Belfast

News
The Rev David Latimer

Rev David Latimer: Our politicians must go extra mile to reinstate Stormont

Opinion
The immediate aftermath of the 1987 IRA Poppy Day bombing in Enniskillen.

Council walkout over SF chairman’s Enniskillen bomb comments

News
Richard Neal (left) with Gerry Adams in 2006 in Massachusetts, where Mr Neal is a congressional representative

US politician ‘spinning a McGuinness myth’

News

Arson attack in village was ‘sectarian hate crime’

Crime
Ciar�n Maxwell.

Royal Marine ‘forced to pretend to have republican sympathies’, court hears

Crime
The scene in the aftermath of the 1992 Ormeau Road shooting, when the UDA entered and shot at around 15 customers and staff, killing five

Ormeau parade ‘adding insult to injury’ over UDA bookie’s massacre

News
Richard Neal (left) with Gerry Adams in 2006 in Massachusetts, where Mr Neal is a congressional representative

US politician ‘spinning a McGuinness myth’

News

Farm Safety Week: Child safety on farms

Farming

‘Winning the award was a tremendous boost for me’

Farming

Champion of local food industry

Farming
Photo by Rob Durston ( www.durstonphoto.com )

Farm Safety Week:Stay safe with livestock

Farming

QUB boffin turns waste tin foil into green fuel catalyst

Education
A sad child - NSPCC image

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health
Cyber crime is costing the Northern Ireland economy �100m per year.

PSNI: 75% of major cyber crime across NI is by children

Crime
Students watching TV

Students urged to claim TV licence refund

TV and Film
School classroom. Stock image

DUP blame Sinn Féin for uniform grant cuts

Education

‘No way’ DUP will accept sea border between NI and GB

Business
�/Lorcan Doherty Photography June 7th 2013. 


Mandatory Credit Lorcan Doherty

Farm Safety Week: Child safety on farms

Farming
A summer lift in retail sales is not expected to hold up in the longer term

Consumer confidence falls back to last year’s post-Brexit low

Business
Jacqui Bradley, head of support services at ITV with Rhianna Jordan and Ivan Hutchinson, McLaughlin & Harvey and UTVs Alan Mackey

UTV appoints McLaughlin & Harvey for move

Business
Motorcycle racer Glenn Irwin with Supt Sean Wright, PSNI District Commander for Lisburn and Castlereagh; Noel Johnston, Ulster Grand Prix clerk of course; Kieran Lawless, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service; and Jeff McClure, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

‘Do not try to emulate racers on public roads’

Transport
Michael Gove said new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution

New petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned from 2040 in bid to tackle pollution

Offbeat

A1 closed after single vehicle crash

Transport

Government ban on petrol and diesel cars ‘pie in the sky’: Wilson

Environment
Donald Trump

Donald Trump bans transgender people from military

Environment
Queen's researcher Ahmed Osman worked with engineers from the university to develop the crystallisation method

QUB boffin turns waste tin foil into green fuel catalyst

Education
Water supplied by Drogheda Council workers in Termon Abbey in Drogheda following a burst pipe.

Army called in as Louth and Meath residents face fifth day without water

News

Judge approves plan for Charlie Gard's final hours

Health
Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry.

Vomiting bug and staffing levels lead to bed closures at Altnagelvin

News
Charlie Gard

Parents agree to hospice care for Charlie Gard

Health
Charlie Gard's mother Connie Yates arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, where a judge is set to decide where the terminally-ill baby will end his life after the little boy's parents and hospital bosses became embroiled in a new legal fight

Judge hears proposals as he decides where Charlie Gard will end his life

Health
Sperm

Western men’s sperm count in major decline

Health