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Police: Man's nose broken, body bruised in serious assault

Police have appealed for information after a man's nose was broken during a serious assault involving a number of males on Wednesday.

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Raymond Johnston

Raymond Johnston: PSNI appeal to establish Belfast man's movements on day he was murdered

Police have appealed for help to establish the movements of murder victim Raymond Johnston on the day he was killed.

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The cheapest place in Northern Ireland to buy a new home is in the Derry and Strabane District Council area, according to new figures.

REVEALED: The cheapest place to buy a house in Northern Ireland

New figures have revealed the cheapest place to buy a home in Northern Ireland.

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No deal: DUP leader Arlene Foster's full statement on Stormont talks impasse

DUP leader Arlene Foster has this afternoon issued the following statement regarding talks aimed at restoring devolution in Northern Ireland.

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The warning has been issued for Trinidad and Tobago

Holidaymakers warned terror attacks on Caribbean islands 'very likely'

The UK Foreign Office has issued an urgent advisory warning of the threat of imminent terror attacks in the Caribbean.

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Images from the seizure

Eight million cigarettes seized by Border Force officers at NI port

A bid to smuggle eight million cigarettes into Northern Ireland has been thwarted by Border Force.

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Police update

Man dies after road collision

A man has died following a road traffic collision in County Fermanagh, police have said.
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The confectionery van was taken from a car park at Lisburn court

Man accused of stealing van from outside courthouse denied bail

A Lisburn man accused of stealing a confectionary van from outside the city’s courthouse as its owner refilled a vending machine has been denied High Court bail.

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The scene at Carnrawsy Walk in Carrickfergus where a 17-year-old male was arrested on Saturday night after a number of vehicles were damaged on Saturday night.

Teenager arrested after 'multiple' cars damaged with knife

A 17-year-old has been arrested after several cars were damaged with a knife in a late-night incident.
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Traffic and travel update

TRAFFIC ALERT: Rush hour delays on motorway after car breaks down

Motorists can expect some delays this evening after a report that a car has broken down on Belfast's Westlink.

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Police investigation: man arrested over under car booby trap 'designed to kill or maim'

Police investigation: man arrested over under car booby trap 'designed to kill or maim'

Police have today arrested a 36-year-old man in connection with an ongoing investigation into a viable device found in north Belfast in 2015.
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The accident happened near Linslade in England.

Dramatic crash photo as metal barrier is wedged inside suspected drink driver’s car

A suspected drink driver had a miraculous escape after crashing his car into a roadside barrier which passed through his car’s windscreen and out through the side window.

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Mary Lou McDonald addresses Sinn Fein supporters during Saturday's meeting

McDonald: we need to convince unionists a united Ireland is best way forward

Sinn Fein’s president-elect Mary Lou McDonald has said that the party will aim to convince unionists that a united Ireland is the best way forward for everyone.

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Police-issued photograph of Mark Ponisi, 53, who was killed at a flat in east Belfast on Saturday, January 20

Murder probe after death of man, 53, in Belfast

The man whose death at a flat in east Belfast yesterday morning sparked a murder investigation has been named as 53-year-old Mark Ponisi.

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The scene of a shooting in Whiterock, west Belfast on January 19

Victim of 'brutal' shooting was hit over head with hammer

A man shot in both legs and ankles in Belfast on Friday night was struck over the head with a hammer by his attackers.
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The former ops block at RAF Ballykelly should be preserved, aviation historian Norman Thorpe  has said

‘Historic’ RAF WWII site is at risk

An aviation historian has hit out at plans to demolish a former RAF building used during the Battle of the Atlantic in order to make way for a sewage treatment facility.

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Six Catholic men were killed in the Heights bar in Loughinisland in 1994

Judge in Loughinisland case should step aside says lawyers for Ombudsman

A judge who ruled that a damning report into the Loughinisland atrocity was unlawful should step aside from the case, the High Court heard today.

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Five arrested on suspicion of drug related offences following man's death

Police investigating the death of a 51-year-old man in the Dublin Road area of Newry on Wednesday (January 17) have made five arrests.

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Suspected amphetamines

PSNI release images of £200,000 of illegal drugs seized in Limavady and Londonderry areas

Police have issued images of some of more than £200,000 worth of illegal drugs seized in the Limavady and Londonderry areas in recent days.

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Man, 25, arrested after firearms and Class A drugs seized in police searches

A 25-year-old man has been arrested in Belfast today in connection with what police describe as 'organised criminality' in the Mid and East Antrim area.

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