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Jamie Bryson tells committee Belfast Agreement ‘a moral stain’

News

VIDEO: NI universities staff are going on strike - here's why

Education
DUP leader Arlene Foster

Leaked ‘draft deal’ between DUP and Sinn Fein published

News
Ballymoney High School said the initiative was part of a 'Shared Education programme of activities'

Boys ‘under pressure’ to take part in GAA at Co Antrim school

Education

Public 'must be kept informed over talks on Irish language'

News

Wells appalled at ‘dedication’ of Sinn Fein office to IRA men

News

Council row over Army charity concert tickets

News

I won’t break my silence on decommissioning, says Methodist minister

News
The council has launched an investigation.

Council investigates ‘sleeping on the job’

News
Naomi Long

Draft powersharing deal best unionism can get, says Alliance party leader

News

Jamie Bryson tells committee Belfast Agreement ‘a moral stain’

News
DUP leader Arlene Foster

Leaked ‘draft deal’ between DUP and Sinn Fein published

News
Stormont

Public 'must be kept informed over talks on Irish language'

News
Rev Harold Good. Photo: Presseye.com

I won’t break my silence on decommissioning, says Methodist minister

News

I won’t break my silence on decommissioning, says Methodist minister

News
Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding

Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding trial: Alleged rape victim gave differing accounts about sex act, court told

News
Mourners carry the coffin of Raymond Johnston at his funeral in Poleglass on Monday

Call for PSNI to name group behind west Belfast murder

News
Editorial image.

Gunman steals gold necklace from round man’s neck

Crime

Dogs attack sheep in Co Down

Farming
The kittens which were dumped at a Co Down roadside

Kittens dumped on roadside on Valentines Day

Farming

2,996 apply for second tranche of Farm Business Improvement Scheme

Farming
Schmallenberg virus (SBV) was first identified in Germany in late 2011 as a cause of malformations in newborn calves and lambs.

AFBI confirms first positive Schmallenberg cases in the West

Farming

VIDEO: NI universities staff are going on strike - here's why

Education
Ballymoney High School said the initiative was part of a 'Shared Education programme of activities'

Boys ‘under pressure’ to take part in GAA at Co Antrim school

Education
Stormont

Northern Ireland arts sector 'needs investment'

News
Young Orangemen meet in Markethill every Tuesday for extra tuition in GCSE Maths and English

Junior Orange lodge tackling young Protestant underachievement

Education

New flight from Belfast to Venice

Business

Hundreds of jobs in Lagan Construction Group under threat

Business
The new city campus for Ulster University was a key contract for the Lagan Construction Group

200 jobs under threat in latest blow to construction sector

Business
Steven Cassin and Stephen Leathem, Made to Engage, left and centre, with Brian Dolaghan of Invest NI at the company's new offices in Belfast

Expansion brings 40 new jobs to ICT sector

Business

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat
Over 150,000 parking and bus lane fines were handed out in 2017

REVEALED: The number of parking fines issued in NI last year

News
Efforts are made to free the lorry from under the railway bridge. Pic by Shane Dolan

Traffic disrupted after lorry hits bridge

Transport

Police warn of icy road conditions

News

Motorists to expect delays following Randalstown collision

Transport

Stormont civil servants in disarray, say waste plant opponents

Crime
It is dangerous for agricultural and other slow moving vehicles, above, to cross the many dangerous gap junctions in the A1 dual carriageway

A1 junctions dangerous for farmers and other traffic

Environment
The mountain of tyres dumped over the gate at Slievenacloy Nature Reserve, piled up by Ulster Wildlife staff on the roadside for collection.

Fly-tippers abandon 250 tyres at local wildlife haven

Environment
Broughshane has made it into the final of Channel 4's 'Village of the Year' competition

NI’s ‘garden village’ in final shake-up for £10,000 TV prize

Environment

Progress made in cutting poverty in NI has stalled, panel event hears

Health
There is a higher prevalence of suicide in Northern Ireland than there is in England, according to David Babington of ActionMentalHealth.

NI suicide deaths surpasses total killed during Troubles

Health
Tom Evans and Kate James (both at right), the parents of 21-month-old Alfie Evans, arrive at the High Court in London to see whether they have won a treatment fight with doctors.

Parents of seriously ill Alfie Evans lose life support fight

Health
An elderly woman

Increased dementia risk for elderly in deprived areas, UU study finds

Health
David Babington, chief executive of Action Mental Health

Mental health services in NI ‘starved’ of funding

Health