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UNIQUE DOUBLE: Leinster add Guinness PRO14 title to European crown


Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy in action during day three of the 2018 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth

Riding his luck: Rory McIlroy shares lead at Wentworth

Rory McIlroy admitted he rode his luck after hitting two spectators and a marshal in an eventful 71 which kept him on course for a second BMW PGA Championship title.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar greets Minster for Children Katherine Zappone as he arrives at Dublin Castle for the results of the referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution which prohibits abortions unless a mother's life is in danger.

Republic of Ireland votes by a landslide to reform abortion laws

The Republic of Ireland has voted by a landslide to reform its strict abortion laws.

The scene at Hoys Meadow, Portadown. PSNI images.

Stark warning from police over riverbank drinking den

Police have described a drinking den used by teenagers in Portadown as a ’death trap’.

Man charged with indecent exposure

Man charged with indecent exposure

Police have charged a man in connection with a suspicious approach to two women in the Stoneyford area of Lisburn on Wednesday.

Men arrested after west Belfast hammer attack

Men arrested after west Belfast hammer attack

Two men, aged 30 and 39, have been arrested after a man was attacked with a hammer in west Belfast early this morning.

Homes evacuated in North Belfast.

Homes evacuated in North Belfast security alert

A security alert is ongoing in North Belfast.

Sir Vince Cable.

UK has responsibility to reform NI abortion laws - Cable

Theresa May is facing calls to push for reform of Northern Ireland’s abortion laws after the Irish referendum.

Michael Ginesi.

Tributes to crash victim

Tributes have been paid to Michael Ginesi, the 34-year-old man killed in a car crash at Annesborough Road in Lurgan in the early hours of this morning (Saturday, May 26).

Stefan Zait.

Man remanded over murder of fisherman in Co Down

A 20 year old has been remanded in custody accused of the murder of a Romanian fisherman in Ardglass, Co. Down.

Annesborough Road, Lurgan, Picture by Google.

Road crash victim named

The man who died in a one vehicle collision on the Annesborough Road in Lurgan early this morning (Saturday, May 26) has been named.

James Henry Babington, murdered by the IRA in October 1989

I fully support the Hauser murder hunt but want the same for my husband

My name is Maura Babington and I am the wife of James Henry Babington.

Gareth Robinson with Ulster captain Rory Best

Departure gates still open as head physio Gareth Robinson leaves Ulster

Head physiotherapist Gareth Robinson is the latest to confirm his departure from Ulster Rugby.

PSNI image

Man dies after car hits tree

A man in his thirties has died after the car he was driving struck a tree in the early hours of this morning (Saturday, May 26).

Posters call for Yes and NO votes for a repeal of the Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution which was decided on in a referendum on Friday May 25th. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ben Lowry: Ireland thought hard about abortion, as we need to do in NI — including a debate on abortion on demand

The result of the referendum on repeal of Ireland’s eighth amendment will be known by the time many readers see this column.

London's fear of even CCTV at the border, to which there is minimal public opposition, meant it made a foolish commitment last December of no infrastructure at all

Ben Lowry: Poll shows that Britain was foolish to rule out even CCTV at the border last December

This week I was in London at two events, both of which unveiled poll findings about the future of the Union (the United Kingdom one).

Belfast City Hall

Audit Office asked to investigate after SF and DUP accused of ‘carve-up’

The Northern Ireland Audit Office has been asked to investigate Belfast City Council decision to award £400,000 of ratepayers’ money to community groups for “bonfire diversion”.

Morning View

War vet, 96, shows us all how to put things into perspective

Avicious attack on Second World War veteran who was left for dead in an attack in Taunton is far from a happy tale.


UFU in call for no live export ban

Ulster Farmers’ Union deputy president, David Brown, has said that there must be no ban on live animal exports from the UK. The comments follow DEFRA’s call for evidence on controlling live exports for slaughter and improving animal welfare during transport after the UK leaves the EU.

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