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Coastguard rescues girl from rocks - just in time

News
Andrew Bolster, an ethical hacker from Belfast, gives an insight into the hidden world of cybercrime.

Ethical hacker turned off heating 300 miles away

Crime
Nigel Morgan and Dave Cutts, back, and reporter Oli Poole, who laid down the challenge for his own online identity to be hacked. Photo by Derek Martin.

‘Steal my identity’ - reporter throws down gauntlet

Crime
The aftermath of the Claudy bombing in July 1972

Claudy victim’s brother calls for new probe into 1972 bomb

Crime

Belfast tech security firm raises £3.5m in funding

Business

Uform completes major £3 million expansion creating 40 new jobs

Business

Londonderry sectarian attacks could reverse decades of progress: DUP

Crime

Patients’ medical records could 
be on dark web, warns QUB expert

Crime

Parents end court fight over terminally-ill Charlie Gard

Health
Research showed few people prioritised buying time

Revealed ... the price of happiness is more free time

News

Patients’ medical records could 
be on dark web, warns QUB expert

Crime
City Hall, Belfast city centre - the council had to repair servers and PCs after a cyber attack.

Attack damaged 15 servers and six PCs at Belfast City Council

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

Northern Ireland’s hidden £100m war with cyber crime

Crime
L-R Ellie Heenan, Rebecca Beacom, Alex Kernaghan and Zara Ferguson who have all been sent to the Common Bond Project conference in the US by SEFF.

Don’t be fooled by Adam’s US ‘peace’ visit, teen pleads

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Carna, Co Galway, where Father Standun is a priest

Native Irish speakers regard the zeal of the converted as more harmful than useful

Opinion

Ethical hacker turned off heating 300 miles away

Crime
Nigel Morgan and Dave Cutts, back, and reporter Oli Poole, who laid down the challenge for his own online identity to be hacked. Photo by Derek Martin.

‘Steal my identity’ - reporter throws down gauntlet

Crime
The aftermath of the Claudy bombing in July 1972

Claudy victim’s brother calls for new probe into 1972 bomb

Crime
A nationalist gang crossed the Peace Bridge last week and battered a 36-year-old man in a sectarian attack

Londonderry sectarian attacks could reverse decades of progress: DUP

Crime

Hunter family scoop McLarnon’s Dairy Cow of the Year laurels at Antrim Show

Farming

The Pub Landlord calls time on risk taking in farming for Farm Safety Week 2017

Farming
Michael Gove (third left) with DUP representatives Ian Paisley MP, Paul Girvan MP,  Diane Dodds MEP, Nigel Dodds MP and Michelle McIlveen MLA

Agriculture Secretary Gove meets DUP, but angers Sinn Fein

Farming
Former UFU president Ian Marshall

UFU seeks second judicial review over cross compliance penalty

Farming 1

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
Michael O'Neill picked up the Ulster University honour this morning.

Honorary Ulster University degree for NI boss Michael O'Neill

News
Linda Ervine  writing Irish on a white-board

Linda Ervine: ‘Curry my yoghurt’ pushed me towards Irish act

Education

Belfast tech security firm raises £3.5m in funding

Business
Uform MD Simon Oliphant, centre, with Brian Shane, corporate banking manager at Danske Bank, left, and Geoff Sharpe, head of corporate at Danske

Uform completes major £3 million expansion creating 40 new jobs

Business
Dr Joanne Stuart of Catalyst Inc with IoD NI director Linda Brown and Shaun Moore, of Bank of Ireland UK

Local businesses eye EU expansion in Brexit response

Business
The project is a significant effort to aid development and save lives

£6m project promotes smart devices in search for safe drinking water

Business

A1 closed after single vehicle crash

Transport

£200k road resurfacing scheme to get under way next week

Transport
Castledawson roundabout.

A6 temporary road closure to facilitate essential works

Transport
Road closed

Road closed in both directions after 'serious collision'

News

Get your dose of ‘vitamin sea’ this National Marine Week

Offbeat
Tidal power at Strangford Lough will form part of the research project

EU helps back renewable energy research at Queen’s

Business
A 
combine harvester in a field near Langwathby in Cumbria

Gove: farmers should be funded for protecting the environment

Business

Rose Week is in bloom at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park

Offbeat

Patients’ medical records could 
be on dark web, warns QUB expert

Crime

Parents end court fight over terminally-ill Charlie Gard

Health
City Hall, Belfast city centre - the council had to repair servers and PCs after a cyber attack.

Attack damaged 15 servers and six PCs at Belfast City Council

Crime
Nearly a quarter of the global population drink water that is not safe

£16M project aims to develop smart devices to help identify safe drinking water

News
Charlie Gard

Mother of Charlie Gard pays tribute to 'warrior' son

Health