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Ulster rugby pair charged with alleged rape

Crime
Prince Charles during a visit to the Museum of Orange Heritage in Loughgall last year

Orange Order rejects former chaplain’s ‘sectarian’ claim

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TUV leader Jim Allister has called on the secretary of state to implement direct rule in the absence of any sign that the NI Executive can be restored

Allister calls for implementation of direct rule – but ‘not by stealth’

News
Supporters of Tony Taylor at Sunday's rally calling for his release

SF mayor urged to apologise after addressing rally for jailed dissident

Crime

QUB boffin turns waste tin foil into green fuel catalyst

Education

McGuinness a ‘funny kind of Christian’: IRA victim’s sister

News

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

Crime

Western men’s sperm count in major decline

Health
Infographic shows the numbers of idenities for each Belfast postcode which are being traded on the dark web.

Details of 254,000 Belfast people traded daily on the dark web

Crime

Government considers Stormont talk options

News

Allister calls for implementation of direct rule – but ‘not by stealth’

News
Supporters of Tony Taylor at Sunday's rally calling for his release

SF mayor urged to apologise after addressing rally for jailed dissident

Crime
Martin McGuinness pictured during a visit of US bishops to Londonderry in 1984, the year when Mary Travers was murdered leaving Mass in Belfast

McGuinness a ‘funny kind of Christian’: IRA victim’s sister

News

Government considers Stormont talk options

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James Brokenshire

Brokenshire: Government considering new tactics ahead of powersharing talks

News

Ulster rugby pair charged with alleged rape

Crime
Supporters of Tony Taylor at Sunday's rally calling for his release

SF mayor urged to apologise after addressing rally for jailed dissident

Crime
Martin McGuinness pictured during a visit of US bishops to Londonderry in 1984, the year when Mary Travers was murdered leaving Mass in Belfast

McGuinness a ‘funny kind of Christian’: IRA victim’s sister

News
The aftermath of the Claudy bombing in July 1972

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

Crime

Farm Safety Week: Putting safety in the driving seat

Farming
Drs Conrad Ferris and Debbie McConnell, AFBIs leading dairy scientists, will present their research on grassland utilization and feed efficiency at the September farm events.

AFBI to showcase latest dairy research

Farming
Philip Green, from Lisburn, with the beef Inter-Breed Champion at Antrim Show 2017

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

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

Amazon plans to create 450 jobs at London HQ

Business
Rain Newton-Smoth of the CBI

Manufacturing grows at fastest rate in two decades

Business
Mr Fox has played down critics fears over US agricultural products

US working on ‘very big and exciting’ deal with UK says Trump

Business
Mr. Bartliff claims ASDA own brand nappies caused his newborn son to require oxygen and irritated his skin. (Photos: Jordan Bartliff/Facebook)

***WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES*** ASDA withdraws own brand nappies after baby 'left blistered'

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

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
National Marine Week from July 29th to August 13th offers endless opportunities to smell the seaweed, savour the sound of lapping waves, whilst searching for wild treasures around our shores

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

Western men’s sperm count in major decline

Health
Baby Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard's parents in new High court fight over taking baby home to die

Health
Nurse Katrina Turner, 36, from Ballycastle, Co Antrim is hoping to raise awareness of the importance of self examination after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Be more breast aware, urges nurse saved by early cancer diagnosis

Health
Giants Causeway

Do you dare to take on the Clifftop Experience at the Giant’s Causeway?

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A sad child - NSPCC image

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

Health