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News

Jewish graves damaged by mob in Belfast cemetery

Crime

Larne: police searches in marine’s estate

News

Police probe suspect device in south Armagh

Crime

Tragic Limavady motocross teen ‘always had a smile on his face’

News

Co Down bin men bank £70,000 from lottery scratchcard win

News

Foster ‘has given O Muilleoir soft landing on Nama’

News

Banned motorist ‘out of control and a danger to the public’

Crime

Family’s jail fears for Irish Olympics chief

News
Mario Cafolla

Tributes to legend of the Ulster cafe world

News
Pacemaker Press 22/5/2013  Laganside Court Building  in Belfast City centre  Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Man jailed for robbing deaf and blind pensioner as he slept

News

Foster ‘has given O Muilleoir soft landing on Nama’

News
DUP MLA Jim Wells

Wells pledges further action after woman sentenced for lying about him

Crime

Doug Beattie: ‘Segregating extremist prisoners gives them a centre of gravity’

Opinion

Trevor Ringland: I won’t watch 66 Days – the hunger strikes led to more death and destruction

Opinion 6
Dorothy Gardner at a previous court hearing.
Photo: Pacemaker

Jim Wells accuser handed three-month jail term for wasting police time

Crime

Jewish graves damaged by mob in Belfast cemetery

Crime

Larne: police searches in marine’s estate

News

Police probe suspect device in south Armagh

Crime
Police said the attack was a 'particularly sickening' hate crime

Banned motorist ‘out of control and a danger to the public’

Crime

Crime unit with just one constable ‘a smokescreen’

Crime
The PSNI tractor, pictured at the Ould Lammas Fair in Ballycastle in 2014.

Rural Crime Unit does not exist: Chief Constable

Crime
Dame Helen Ghosh said protecting nature and natural resources should be at the heart of a new agricultural system

Only eco-friendly farmers should get subsidies: National Trust boss

Farming
Dairy inter-breed judge Claire Swale enjoying a chat with steward Albert Foster at Fermanagh Show 2016

Co Fermanagh event brings show season to a close for 2016

Farming

Slight rise in students achieving top GCSE grades

Education
18/4/2016
Protesters at De La Salle School in West Belfast hand in a Petition. Parents and friends have continued  to protest at the way in which De la Salle College is being run

‘Culture of fear’ among staff at Belfast’s De La Salle College, says report

Education
Champagne or Prosecco?

PSNI issue advice for A-Level result party-goers

Crime
Students at Sullivan Upper School, Holywood, (from left) Danny Lyttle, Rory Caddy, Robin Watts and John Matchett, after receiving their A level results

Maths more popular as gap closes between girls and boys at top A-level grade

Education

Take time to get good career advice, A-level students told

Education

Dramatic improvement in consumer confidence

Business
Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley outside the Sports Direct headquarters in Shirebrook, Derbyshire. Photo: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Fresh call for review into how Sports Direct is run

Business
Belfast International Airport

Belfast International airport adopts new low visibility landing system

Business

Dramatic U-turn for food hygiene rating at Ballygally Castle Hotel

Business

Warning as group claims to have started ‘clean up’ of vast illegal dump

Crime
The PSNI Sergeant helped a calving cow at Florencecourt in Fermanagh

Long arm of law saves a damsel in distress

Crime
Deirdre Mackle divisional roads manager,  Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard and Andrew Hitchenor, Strategic Road Improvements. Photo. Andrew Paton/Press Eye /PA Wire

Kennedy hits out at Sinn Fein over A6 ‘opportunism’

Environment 1
Farming unions join together to lobby for funding

UK farming unions lobby on post-Brexit funds

Environment

Hay fever cases set to soar

Health
Whitehead Nursing Home.

 Photo: Kenneth Allen

Whitehead Nursing Home fined £15k after data breach

Crime
Vitamin D is important for brain development in unborn children

Learning disabilities linked to lack of vitamin D in pregnancy

Health
Sean OHagan works his way through four plates of Ulster fry at  Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast

Sean hungry for success in Belfast Strongman showdown

Health
Taking the treatment to combat the effects of the menopause could mean that women are 2.7 times more likely to develop breast cancer than those who are not, a new study found. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Breast cancer risk from HRT higher than thought, research shows

Health