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Jamie Bryson: SF don’t want equality, they want Carson’s statue smashed to pieces

News
The device was discovered in the Waterside area of the city on Monday evening.

Loyalist paramilitaries blamed for pipe bomb attack in Londonderry

Crime
The article in Pink News which sparked revulsion from DUP MLA Edwin Poots, plus TUV MLA Jim Allister and a raft of social media users

‘Stop gurning to daddy’ says MP after Poots tweet complaint

News
The young red kite was found dead in Co Down last week

Appeal after protected red kite shot dead in Co Down

Crime

Londonderry pipe bomb victim: I don’t know why I was targeted

News

Trust vows to rehome residents from closed care home in 10 days

Health

Widespread welcome for Dublin approval over Interconnector

Business

Lidl now UK’s seventh largest supermarket

Business
Irish passports can be used to claim Universal Credit said the Department for Communities

Stormont rejects concerns over Irish passport as benefit ID

Business

Shock at death of teenage boy

News

Jamie Bryson: SF don’t want equality, they want Carson’s statue smashed to pieces

News
The article in Pink News which sparked revulsion from DUP MLA Edwin Poots, plus TUV MLA Jim Allister and a raft of social media users

‘Stop gurning to daddy’ says MP after Poots tweet complaint

News
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney said he does not want the issue of the Irish border to be used by the UK government as a tool to pressurise the EU for broader trade agreements.

Republic of Ireland warns UK against using border as Brexit bargaining chip

News
Hope may still be there but it is being steadily eroded, which has makes future of Stormont seem bleak

Rev Norman Hamilton: I fear devolution has bleak future

Your Say
The Californian businessman and sports investor Will Chang calls into the News Letter Belfast office last week, on a transatlantic to Ireland for the women's rugby. Pic by Ben Lowry

American Rugby tycoon: Belfast’s Titanic Quarter could become like San Francisco port

Business

Appeal after protected red kite shot dead in Co Down

Crime
PSNI crest

Londonderry pipe bomb victim: I don’t know why I was targeted

News
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Police await toxicology reports on dead Ballymena men

Crime
Kenny Donaldson said clerics had a crusade which was having the impact of decriminalising terrorism

Victims challenge cleric on ‘day of acknowledgement’

News

Agri-Food Strategy Board holds final meeting

Farming
The Red Kite which has been shot at Ballyward. Picture: Alan Ferguson / RSPB NI

Shooting of Red Kite at Moneyslane ‘utterly heartbreaking’

Farming

Family offers reward in bid to recover stolen Massey

Farming
Wesley Aston said RHI users should not carry Stormonts financial burden

Farmers’ union alarm over RHI tariff freeze

Farming

I do love home but it never occurred to me to study here

Opinion
Exams

University places still available as A-level students brace for day of reckoning

Education
Laboratory technician

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

Education
NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education

Widespread welcome for Dublin approval over Interconnector

Business
The firm is moving up the ranks

Lidl now UK’s seventh largest supermarket

Business
Irish passports can be used to claim Universal Credit said the Department for Communities

Stormont rejects concerns over Irish passport as benefit ID

Business

Agri-Food Strategy Board holds final meeting

Farming
Traffic news

Traffic and travel: Updates from across Northern Ireland

Transport
The incident occurred on Thursday morning.

Woman cut from car and hospitalised after Londonderry car smash

Transport
A traffic warden

Parking tickets issued per TOWN revealed

Transport

Under threat Curlews make a Co. Antrim comeback!

Environment
Dr Tom Woolley, who is an independent expert on construction materials and was Professor of Architecture at Queen's University Belfast, at Grenfell Tower in the aftermath of the fire disaster there

The Grenfell fire has put all sorts of building hazards in the spotlight

Opinion
Contemporary allotments do more than provide food, the healthy lifestyle they encourage helps to combat several of the challenges facing 21st century populations ie obesity, inactivity and mental health problems resulting from social isolation. Picture: National Allotment Society (NSALG)

National Allotment Society - Growing The Movement

Offbeat
Drew and Oonagh Bradleys allotment is at Ards Allotments located on the northern shores of Strangford Lough. They live in Newtownards with their two and a half year old son Solomon. Picture: Darryl Armitage

‘Having our son was a big motivator to take on an allotment’

Offbeat

Trust vows to rehome residents from closed care home in 10 days

Health

Evening of pantomime fun on the fairway

Offbeat

Residents of NI care home shut down by inspectors still need new beds

Health
An elderly man

Forty residents of care home shut down by inspectors still in need of relocating

Health
Urology in Northern Ireland will lose out on surgeons because it does not have robotic surgery

Charitable businessmen ‘brassed off’ over ongoing lack of robotic surgery

Health