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SF figure sends sympathies to Manchester but declines to condemn IRA bombing of city

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Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, was killed in the Manchester bombing for which IS has claimed responsibility

Manchester bomb: Islamic State claim responsibility for death of eight-year-old girl and 21 others

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Caitlin White (Shortland)

Boy questioned over Craigavon schoolgirl death released on bail

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People gather for a vigil in Albert Square outside Manchester Town Hall

Manchester bomber ‘known up to a point’ to intelligence services

Crime

UK terror threat raised to 'critical'

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Manchester bomb: Victims’ lives ‘will be changed forever’

Crime

Election Diary: First televised debate is off as campaign halted by atrocity

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SF stance on Manchester bombing is an ‘insult’ to victims

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The bomb in the Manchester Arena killed 22 people

Manchester bomber named by police

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Emergency services at the scene

22, including children, killed in 'barbaric' terrorist bombing at concert in Manchester

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SF figure sends sympathies to Manchester but declines to condemn IRA bombing of city

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The political leaders on the last UTV leaders debate in February

Election Diary: First televised debate is off as campaign halted by atrocity

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Julie Hambleton, sister of Birmingham pub bombings victim Maxine Hambleton, in 2016.

SF stance on Manchester bombing is an ‘insult’ to victims

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The Union Flag flying above Cork Council premises

Manchester bomb: Union Flag flies over Irish council offices

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The PSNI wrote to Director of Public Prosecutions Sir Alasdair Fraser in 2003 saying the ex-soldier  and later IRA man  should have had an OTR letter

Kingsmills inquest: Ex-soldier linked to 32 murders can’t be arrested

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SF figure sends sympathies to Manchester but declines to condemn IRA bombing of city

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Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, was killed in the Manchester bombing for which IS has claimed responsibility

Manchester bomb: Islamic State claim responsibility for death of eight-year-old girl and 21 others

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Caitlin White (Shortland)

Boy questioned over Craigavon schoolgirl death released on bail

News
People gather for a vigil in Albert Square outside Manchester Town Hall

Manchester bomber ‘known up to a point’ to intelligence services

Crime

Border-straddling farmers adopt a stoic approach to Brexit worries

Farming
A total of 115,000 attended this years Balmoral Show

Balmoral show breaks attendance records

Farming
The YFCU Horticulture committee came up with the idea to make colourful bails in the shape of farm animals to add an extra dimension to Balmoral Show.

Balmoral Show: ‘Culchies’ and ‘townies’ work in harmony

Farming

Slideshow: In the prizes at Balmoral Show

Farming

NI teacher loses High Court challenge

Crime

Larne teenager is Ulster’s top student

Education
Queen's University Belfast. Picture: Diane Magill

Wilson slams Queen’s over plans to ditch investment in fossil fuels

Education
Teachers from the NASUWT take part in a one-day strike in November last year as part of a dispute over pay and workload

Teachers’ action on pay damaging pupils’ education: Wilson

Education
The Duchess of Cornwall meets Primary 1 children in Dromore Central Primary School in Dromore Village in County Down, during her visit to Northern Ireland.

Camilla impressed by reading and writing lessons on school visit

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Musgrave announces total investment of £110 million in NI

Business
The CBI said tepid trading conditions were taking their toll on hiring and investment with employment in the sector expected to fall again in June

Retail sales slow as rising inflation hits real earnings

Business
Mark Sproule, business acquisition manager at Danske Bank with Blairs Holiday Park managing director Colin Mayrs and Aaron Ennis, head of north business centre at Danske Bank.

Multi-million investment for new caravan parks

Business
Dr Norman Apsley, CEO of Catalyst Inc with Gina McIntyre, CEO of the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) and Philip Maguire, director of finance and administration with Catalyst Inc at the announcement of the project

Cross-border project aims high for advanced manufacturing development

Business 1

Shore Road closed following collision

Transport
Picture dated 3rd September 2012
 showing bus lanes and traffic around Laganside. Picture by Stephen Hamilton/Presseye.com

Council give backing to bus lane taxi plan

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Traffic and travel

M2 traffic congestion after broken down vehicle blocks lane

Transport
PSNI

Serious crash closes Rostrevor Road

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Volunteers needed to transform the fortunes of barn owls

Environment
A  foxhound type dog is believed to be involved in the recent sheep worrying attacks in east Tyrone. This is not the dog involved - this is merely an image of the type of dog thought to be behind the attacks.

Appeal to aid hunt for dog preying on livestock

Business

Pictures: Sun shines on a bumper Balmoral Show

Environment
Looking from Aughrim Hill, which overlooks Lough Beg, in so-called Seamus Heaney country, Co Londonderry. This looks over where part of the new  A6 dual carriageway is to be built

Hysteria in defence of the A6 plan that will destroy Lough Beg wetland

Opinion

Grandmother trapped in hospital 11 weeks over carer shortage finally goes home

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Elizabeth Canavan had been treated for multiple fractures following a fall

Grandmother gets care package – after 11 weeks in hospital

Health
PSNI

Police net £300k-worth of suspected cocaine after vehicle stop

Crime
The new laws come into force on May 20, 2017.

Cigarettes must be sold in standardised green packaging from this weekend

Health
Cigarettes must be sold in standardised green packaging bearing graphic warnings of the dangers of smoking from this weekend

Plain packaging for tobacco a ‘milestone’

Health