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Victim at centre of murder probe named

Crime
A forensic officer leaving the scene of the house in Lurgan

Body was found after police told to ‘check green bin’, court hears

Crime
Martin McGuinnesss official driver has proven remarkably accident-prone.

McGuinness’s SF driver keeps crashing – and taxpayers are having to pay for it

News
BCA director Katy Best

City Airport checks in for global summit

Business

Connect Telecom earns One Net deal

Business

Investment by family firm brings 24 jobs to Kilkeel

Business

Labour Party to discuss standing candidates in Northern Ireland, says Jeremy Corbyn

News

Renewed call for loss-making Belfast Zoo to be shut down

News
An image of the tweet from Ms Anderson

SF should remember Maze breakout with shame: DUP MP

News
Tracey Carnahan and solicitor Aiden Carlin outside Belfast Coroner's Court where an inquest for tragic young chef Sean Paul Carnahan has opened. Photograph by Lesley-Anne McKeown, PA

‘My son was starved to death in hospital,’ mother tells inquest

News

McGuinness’s SF driver keeps crashing – and taxpayers are having to pay for it

News
Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn (Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire)

Labour Party to discuss standing candidates in Northern Ireland, says Jeremy Corbyn

News
An image of the tweet from Ms Anderson

SF should remember Maze breakout with shame: DUP MP

News
Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness outside Stormont Castle

Privately, officials warned DUP and SF ministers about Brexit

News
Jeremy Corbyn

Who is Jeremy Corbyn and why is he so controversial?

Politics

Victim at centre of murder probe named

Crime
A forensic officer leaving the scene of the house in Lurgan

Body was found after police told to ‘check green bin’, court hears

Crime
An image of the tweet from Ms Anderson

SF should remember Maze breakout with shame: DUP MP

News
The justice system

Man get suspended term over 20,000 tonnes of illegally-buried waste

Crime

Brexit boosts sheep, cattle and dairy prices

Farming
Cows.

Dale Farm calls for more milk

Farming
Thieve stole 55 lambs and two ewes in Londonderry.

Criminals steal 55 lambs and two ewes

Farming
John Dunlop, United Diary Farmers Chairman, Nick Whelan, Dale Farm Group Chief Executive, Economy Minister Simon Hamilton and David Dobbin, Dale Farm Group retiring Chief Executive.

Dale Farm unveils state of the art cheddar processing and packing facility

Farming

Paralympic champ Jason’s joyous Eglinton homecoming

News 1
Dinner lady Sandra Kitchen (centre) celebrates 40 years at Blythefield Primary School in Belfast with husband Jackie (right), daughter Jaqueline Elder, son-in-law Alan Elder, and pupils

Mrs Kitchen, still serving up school dinners after 40 years

Education
James Hamber, aged 10, from Rowandale School in Moira  makes his pledge during the Amazing the Space event at the Eikon Exhibition Centre

Thousands of young people rally for peace at Maze site

News
Education Minister Peter Weir

Weir gives go-ahead for nursery unit at Irish-medium primary school

Education
File photo dated 02/03/12 of an exam in progress

‘Porn lessons’ suggested by teachers union to safeguard Northern Ireland school children

Education

City Airport checks in for global summit

Business
Matthew Brown, centre,  and Scott Ritchie from Connect Telecom pictured with Mark Goldsbrough, left,  of client firm AJ Hurst

Connect Telecom earns One Net deal

Business
James Cunningham Jr pictured with his father James Snr and Kevin Fitzpatrick from First Trust Bank

Investment by family firm brings 24 jobs to Kilkeel

Business
A warning about bus lane cameras on May Street, just to the east of Belfast City Hall. One nearby camera had resulted in �975,000-worth of fines.

Pressure group speaks out as Belfast bus lane fines revealed

News

Ratepayers foot £14m bill for City of Derry Airport losses

Transport
The new contactless payment system will cost Translink �45m to implement

Translink to phase in London-style ‘Oyster cards’

Transport

Sadness after ‘tragic’ road death

Crime

Renewed call for loss-making Belfast Zoo to be shut down

News
The justice system

Man get suspended term over 20,000 tonnes of illegally-buried waste

Crime
A warning about bus lane cameras on May Street, just to the east of Belfast City Hall. One nearby camera had resulted in �975,000-worth of fines.

Pressure group speaks out as Belfast bus lane fines revealed

News

Gangsters ‘threatened bullet in head over failure of drug deal’

Crime
Before and after pictures of Ruari

‘Frostbit boy’ puts weight loss down to regular country jiving

News
Jonathan Adair Jnr in Belfast in 2003

Police presence at funeral of ex-UDA figure Adair’s son

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News

NI town has among highest wedlock births in UK

Health
Cain McCarthys lawyers argued that with no prosecution the police could not justify retaining his legal high pills

Judges ban return of legal highs to Coleraine man

Crime