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School community left heartbroken by sudden death of popular pupil

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -  Sunday 2nd June 2013 - 

Lord John Laird

Lord Laird claimed £50k expenses without speaking in Lords

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Barry Mulholland, chief executive, and Mark Orr, chairman, joined by Derek Baker, permanent secretary at the Department of Education, DUP MLA Mervyn Storey, UUP MLA Stephen Aiken and (front) Alliance MLA Kellie Armstrong pictured at the CSSC event in Stranmillis

Only two-thirds of controlled pupils are Protestant – and figure is falling

Education
Omagh bomb civil action lawyer Jason McCue

Omagh lawyers: victims want Gaddafi’s cash, not taxpayers’

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Flower power: 2017 Ulster In Bloom winners announced

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Respected journalist Raymond Hughes dies aged 53

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DUP and SF deliver conflicting messages to key Brexit figure on Belfast visit

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Killer’s sentence ‘not unduly lenient’ - PPS decision

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The Ryanair customer service desk at Dublin Airport, as the crisis over pilot shortages and warnings that crews are rejecting cash bonuses to commit to the airline will be addressed

Ryanair plans to take back pilots' holidays to prevent more cancellations

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Lisburn man jailed for kicking victim as he lay on ground

Crime

Lord Laird claimed £50k expenses without speaking in Lords

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(left to right) Michelle O'Neill, European Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt, Senator Niall � Donnghaile and Martina Anderson MEP at Stormont in Belfast. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

DUP and SF deliver conflicting messages to key Brexit figure on Belfast visit

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Mr. Verhofstadt pictured in the Irish Parliament on Thursday. (Photo: Oireachtas TV)

BREXIT | UK proposals for Irish border rejected

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Stormont

Campaigners condemn two-child cap for tax credits and 'rape clause'

Politics

DUP silent over culture act claim

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Omagh lawyers: victims want Gaddafi’s cash, not taxpayers’

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Lisburn man jailed for kicking victim as he lay on ground

Crime
PSNI

Man, 40, loses appeal over informer recruitment claims

Crime
Taha Hussain, a teenage Islamic State fanatic who spread terrorist propaganda which said politicians, police and soldiers were the "best of all people to kill"

Islamic State fanatic made drive-by video near Irish Guards base

Crime

Paul Vernon is new chairman of Dairy UK

Farming

Five years on from triple farm tragedy, tributes paid to Ulster’s Nevin Spence

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Pictured today at the launch of The Farm Safety Partnership Action Plan 2017-2020 are (left-right) James Speers, President of the Young Farmers Clubs of Ulster, Keith Morrison, Chairman of the Farm Safety Partnership and Farmer, James Chapman. Picture: Michael Cooper

‘Sustainable Safety’ at heart of new farm safety action plan

Farming
Thelma Gorman

Woman killed in Co Armagh farming accident named

Farming

Only two-thirds of controlled pupils are Protestant – and figure is falling

Education
Downshire School in Carrickfergus (image from Google)

Final approval for Carrick College and Downshire ‘merger’

Education
The IFA have been delivering a primary school coaching programme along with the GAA since 2007

Fight to save ‘vital’ IFA and GAA coaching initiative

Education
A computer-generated image of the proposed new SRC campus in Banbridge.

Stormont stalemate holding up new college project

Education
Prince George

'Very interesting week' for William as George returns to school

Education

Ryanair pilots not threatening industrial action, Michael O'Leary says

Business
Image from the report, compiled using Google images, showing the flight path of the aircraft over farms and roads. The writing in the top right indicates the area where the light was hit.

Plane narrowly avoided massive catastrophe at Belfast International

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Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary speaks during the company's AGM at the airline's Dublin headquarters, where the crisis over pilot shortages and warnings that crews are rejecting cash bonuses to commit to the airline will be addressed

Ryanair bosses hold AGM as exodus of pilots feared

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Ryanair to take back pilots' holidays to prevent more cancellations

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Ryanair to take back pilots' holidays to prevent more cancellations

Travel

Football on the M1 as police investigate 'suspicious package'

Transport
Undated handout photo issued by Northern Ireland Department for Communities of Belfast's dilapidated Shaftesbury Square which could become a new public transport hub, an Executive report said.

Shaftesbury Square has potential as new public transport hub, report says

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Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary

IN FULL: List of Ryanair cancellations

Transport

Work on Londonderry A6 delayed despite Appeal Court victory

Crime

SF minister under fire for ‘neutral’ stance on incinerator plan

Environment
A computer-generated image of the proposed energy from waste plant development at Hightown Quarry.

Planning permission granted for Arc21 waste treatment facility

Business

Belfast accountant: I was diagnosed with prostate cancer by complete fluke

Health
Cameron Truesdale with his sister Chloe

Co Armagh family’s 5,000-mile trip in search of cure for boy’s tumour

Health
Cameron Truesdale

Cameron (12) begins mammoth trip to earthquake-hit Mexico for life-saving treatment

Health

VIDEO: Humanoid robots a step closer as synthetic muscle developed

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An unhappy teenager

Teenage girls from deprived areas at greater risk of violence - study

Health