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Buncrana tragedy: Driver ‘may have been three times over drink-drive limit’

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Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill pictured at the funeral of his mother, Patricia in Ballymena, Co Antrim

Michael O’Neill’s ‘touching’ tribute at mother’s funeral

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Adrian William Hayes leaves Ballymena Court in 2000 after being charged with the murder of Julie Tennant.

Ballymena ‘super glue killer’ disputing prison release arrangements

Crime
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (right) and Martin McGuinness carrying the coffin of former senior IRA commander Brian Keenan in west Belfast in 2008. Photo: Paul Faith/PA Wire

John Cushnahan: Gerry Adams never condemned the divisive terrorism of the IRA

Opinion

Theresa May vows Budget will make UK ‘fit for future’

Business

Tributes paid to tragic road victim Lorraine Burrows

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NI bakers rise to challenge of world’s biggest scone

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Buncrana inquest: Rescuer recounts battling to pull boy free

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Sentence will be passed at Belfast Crown Court

Man is jailed after posing as a barrister

Crime

Man, 78, dies after Co Down collision

News

John Cushnahan: Gerry Adams never condemned the divisive terrorism of the IRA

Opinion
Richard Haass. the former US diplomat who chaired previous political negotiations in Northern Ireland has predicted the current crisis could bring a push for Irish unity. Photo: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Deadlock could lead to a push for Irish unity, says Haass

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The House of Commons

‘Local people’ urged to take control of budget pot for Northern Ireland

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Former soldier Dennis Hutchings appearing at Armagh courts in March. He has been charged with the attempted murder of John-Pat Cunningham,  who was shot dead by members of an army patrol in Benburb in 1974. His case was one of several that prompted proposals for a statute of limitations on such prosecutions. 
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Concerns at plans to consult on forces’ Troubles ‘amnesty’

News

Ballymena ‘super glue killer’ disputing prison release arrangements

Crime
Sentence will be passed at Belfast Crown Court

Man is jailed after posing as a barrister

Crime
Former soldier Dennis Hutchings appearing at Armagh courts in March. He has been charged with the attempted murder of John-Pat Cunningham,  who was shot dead by members of an army patrol in Benburb in 1974. His case was one of several that prompted proposals for a statute of limitations on such prosecutions. 
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Concerns at plans to consult on forces’ Troubles ‘amnesty’

News

Tyrone man pointed gun at sister’s head and threatened to shoot her “in the face”

Crime

Co Armagh Victorian home sells for £1.73m

Farming
Justin McCarthy IFJ, with Crosby Cleland UFU Beef and Lamb policy Chair, Jim Nicholson MEP and Victor Chestnutt, UFU Deputy President.

Nicholson hosts trade debate

Farming

No MOT for farm tractors welcomed

Farming

Potential fodder crisis on horizon

Farming

Tributes to ‘inspirational teacher’

Education

Man arrested after assault on schoolgirl (11)

Education
A generic image of a classroom

Northern Irish schools are now facing ‘major and unrecoverable’ deficits

Education
Chris Wall, Sales and Marketing Director, Develop Training Ltd.

Lisburn training centre responds to skills crisis in construction sector

Business

Theresa May vows Budget will make UK ‘fit for future’

Business
Arlene Foster

Foster and O’Neill urged to travel to US to lobby for Bombardier jobs in Belfast

Business
Dartan Hall has sold for �1.73m

Co Armagh Victorian home sells for £1.73m

Farming
Belfast Lord Mayor Councillor Nuala McAllister

Belfast mayor welcomes potential beefed up powers for city

Business
Motorists are advised to expect delays

TRAFFIC: Police warn of motorway delays for drivers

News

VIDEO: Motorist ignores red light and narrowly avoids head on collision with van

Transport
A road traffic collision in Londonderry in 2015.

REVEALED: Total number of deaths on NI roads since recording began

Transport

Police 'horrified' at A1 dual carriageway 'near miss'

Transport

Lough Neagh sand-dredging can continue, says Department of Infrastructure

Environment

Blue Planet II: Filming the rarely witnessed 'boiling sea'

Environment
The National Trust hard at work clearing trees from the 800-year-old motte revealed on the Mountstewart estate

Hidden Norman fort revealed in Co Down

News

PICTURE SPECIAL: Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge replaced

Environment

Healing verses: How poetry saved a young man’s life

Health
Chancellor Philip Hammond delivers his Budget in the House of Commons, London

NHS handed additional £350 million to cope with winter pressures

Health
Undated file photo of a glass of red wine being poured

Northern Ireland Chief Medical Officer backs minimum alcohol pricing

Health
Sammy Wilson

DUP outrage over abortion changes

Health
The Duke of Cambridge attends the final meeting of The Royal Foundation's Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying, at Google in King's Cross, London

William launches national campaign to tackle cyberbullying

Health