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‘Cutting-edge surgery saved our miracle boys’

A Belfast mother has revealed the “terrifying” ordeal she experienced of having to fly to London for emergency surgery, just days after finding out she was having twins.

Kamil Gervenka, left, who died in a crash shortly after midnight with his brother Marian

Family ‘devastated’ after death of father-of-two in Randalstown crash

The family of a man killed in a one-vehicle collision on the Portglenone Road in Randalstown in the early hours of Sunday morning are “totally devastated” by his death.

Man, 34, due in court over dissident republican terrorism offences

Man, 34, due in court over dissident republican terrorism offences

A man has been charged with a series of dissident republican-linked terrorism offences.

Belfast's Lord Mayor Brian Kingston unveils a statue to honour boxers from the Shankill area of the city in Woodpile Park.  Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

Shankill scuplture captures boxing spirit

A boxing sculpture unveiled in Belfast at the weekend commemorates a community of successful boxing heroes from the greater Shankill area.

Former MLA John Dallat attended the funeral of tragic Breige McKeefry

Funeral held for tragic farm accident victim Breige McKeefry

Hundreds of mourners gathered at a rural Co Londonderry church today to pay their respects to a woman who was killed in a farming accident.

Ulster Unionist Party MLA Jenny Palmer 
Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

‘Fight to bring John Lewis to Sprucefield is over’

UUP MLA Jenny Palmer has said that it is time to “move forward” and accept that John Lewis is never going to come to Sprucefield.

An investigation has been launched after nine people were taken to hospital when stairs collapsed at Tayto Park, Co Meath

Nine hurt as stairs collapse in ‘House of Horrors’ attraction at Ireland’s Tayto Park

An investigation has been launched as nine people were taken to hospital after stairs collapsed at an amusement park in Ireland.

A locker key used by a third-class steward on Titanic has fetched �85,000 at auction

Titanic locker key sells for £85,000 at auction

A small, corroded key for a locker on the Titanic has sold for £85,000 at auction.

Detectives from the Major Investigation Team revisit the home of murder victim Joe Reilly in the early hours of Sunday morning in the Glenwood Court area of Poleglass, west Belfast. (Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)

Detectives revisit scene of Joe Reilly murder in west Belfast as investigation continues

Detectives investigating the murder of Joe Reilly have returned to the victim’s west Belfast home as their hunt for the killer continues.

Jim Roddy at the Chamber dinner.

Role of parades negotiator Jim Roddy recognised at Londonderry Chamber of Commerce dinner

Jim Roddy has been presented with the Londonderry Chamber of Commerce’s annual award for outstanding contribution to civic society.

Alan Turing, the World War Two code-breaking genius

DUP to ‘examine’ gay men pardon

The DUP has said it will “examine any proposal” for gay and bisexual men convicted of now-abolished sexual offences in Northern Ireland to receive posthumous pardons.

Traffic congestion is possible in Belfast this evening.

Motorists warned of Belfast traffic disruption

Motorists are being advised of possible traffic disruption this evening in the Newtownards Road, Dee Stree and Sydenham Road areas between 4.30pm and 5.15pm due to a football match being played at the Oval.

Police are appealing for help from the public after the Egeria Street incident.

Man, woman and child hide in bedroom as gang force their way into home

Three people, including a small child, locked themselves into a bedroom as men forced their way into a south Belfast home on Friday night.

Driver who helped woman urged to come forward

Driver who helped woman urged to come forward

Detectives continue to appeal to the driver of a car, who assisted a woman travelling to the Ballymoney Road area of Ballymena, in the early hours of Saturday, October 1, to contact them.

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‘Gun gang’ burst into house

A gang - one of whom is thought to have been carrying a gun - forced their way into a house Belfast last night.

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt along with Lord Empey, UUP Party Chairman, welcomes SDLP leader Colum Eastwood to the UUP conference. 
Photographer - � Matt Mackey / Press Eye

Mike Nesbitt: Vote me, you get Colum; vote Colum you get me

The Ulster Unionists and SDLP can deliver a new middle ground politics for the people of Northern Ireland, UUP leader Mike Nesbitt told his party conference.

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Fatal road crash - family trio for Crown Court trial

Three members of the same family have had their cases sent to the Crown Court in relation to an alleged death by dangerous driving case following an horrific road traffic collision in north Antrim in which two young people died and seven others were injured.

Woman was sexually assaulted as she slept on sofa - court told

Woman was sexually assaulted as she slept on sofa - court told

A woman who was drinking in a house after being out on St Valentine’s Day was later sexually assaulted as she lay sleeping on a sofa, a prosecutor told Antrim Crown Court on Friday.

SDLP leader Colm Eastwood with UUP Leader Mike Nesbitt as he  speaks at the Ulster Unionist conference at the Ramada Hotel in Belfast today.
 Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Standing ovation for SDLP leader at Ulster Unionist conference

In the first address by a serving SDLP leader to an Ulster Unionist conference, Colum Eastwood has told the UUP that he is committed to working closely with them in a cross-community Opposition to the Executive.

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