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Sammy Wilson’s ‘regret’ over Varadkar ‘nutcase’ jibe

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Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley and Irish foreign affairs minister Simon Coveney speaking to the media at Stormont in Belfast where they announced fresh round of political talks aimed at restoring powersharing in Northern Ireland

Fresh Northern Ireland powersharing talks 'must lead to deal in weeks'

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Sinn Feins Northern Ireland leader Michelle ONeill at Stormont yesterday

Sam McBride: an apparent, if modest, climb down by Sinn Fein

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Karen Bradley speaking to journalists in Stormont House yesterday

Bradley retracts claim about DUP’s £1bn deal

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New secretary of state sets new talks deadline

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RoI-style citizens’ assembly to be set up in NI

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Hospital pressures likely ‘for several weeks’

Health

Fianna Fail leader backs changes to Irish abortion law

Crime

WEATHER ALERT: More snow and ice on the way for Northern Ireland

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This revised Boundary Commission map was briefly posted on its website on Monday. The purple lines appear to represent proposed boundaries for the 17 new constituencies, whilst the underlying colours mark the boundaries for the current 18 constituencies

SF gerrymandering claim on proposed boundary changes ‘ludicrous’

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Sammy Wilson’s ‘regret’ over Varadkar ‘nutcase’ jibe

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Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley and Irish foreign affairs minister Simon Coveney speaking to the media at Stormont in Belfast where they announced fresh round of political talks aimed at restoring powersharing in Northern Ireland

Fresh Northern Ireland powersharing talks 'must lead to deal in weeks'

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Sinn Feins Northern Ireland leader Michelle ONeill at Stormont yesterday

Sam McBride: an apparent, if modest, climb down by Sinn Fein

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Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley and Irish foreign affairs minister Simon Coveney speaking to the media at Stormont in Belfast where they announced fresh round of political talks

New secretary of state sets new talks deadline

News

Fianna Fail leader backs changes to Irish abortion law

Crime
The scene on Lough Erne after Lu Na McKinneys death

Man charged with murdering wife on Fermanagh boating holiday to be given bail

Crime

Brothers plead guilty to sex trade charges

Crime
Chris Tarrant and Jane Bird arrive at Reading Magistrates' Court,

Ban and £6,000 fine for drink-drive Tarrant

Crime

Bird flu prevention zone extended to cover whole of England

Farming
DAERA has announced a survey of badger setts in two areas of Northern Ireland

Work to begin soon on badger sett survey

Farming
New BVD restrictions will begin next month

New measures announced to reduce spread of BVD

Farming
Cahir McAuley from Co Antrim

‘Rare Breed’ watched by 213,000 viewers

Farming

NI schools suspended 4,000 pupils last year

Education
A lollipop lady at Orangefield Primary School in east Belfast that was open on Wednesday

Closing schools for bad weather not an open and shut case: principal

Education
St Teresa's Primary School principal, Eunan Kearney pictured in the school carpark where the school bus has difficulty getting parked at times due to parents taking up the designated bus space. INLM02-201.

School children’s lives put at risk

Crime
The change affects pupils sitting the exam this year and next year

Computer exam leak ‘unfair advantage’ risk

Education

Bombardier workers 'won't be collateral damage in trade war' - Unite

Business
Bird flu has been identified in wild birds

Bird flu prevention zone extended to cover whole of England

Farming
Letter to the editor

Companies need to lead on tackling plastics

Opinion
Cabin crew member Lyndsey Minford launches the 2018 Aer Lingus business awards with NI business development manager Andrea Hunter

Aer Lingus business awards soar as entries open for 2018

Business

Two worlds: 16 images showing the beauty of snow and the chaos it creates on our roads

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Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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Police have appealed for information

Man, 40, dies after two vehicle crash

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Motorist dies while driving in Belfast

Transport

Companies need to lead on tackling plastics

Opinion
Dozens of tyres illegally dumped on a rural road on the outskirts of Lisburn.

Surveillance measures being used to catch fly-tippers

Environment
Salting the roads on the Upper Springfield Road, Co Antrim

Mix of snow, sleet and rain to hit Province

Environment
Heavy snow on the A8 at Ballyboley on Tuesday

Twenty-five crashes by rush hour as NI braces for more snow

Environment
A yellow warning for snow is in place until 11am today

Up to four inches of snow expected in parts of Northern Ireland

Environment

Hospital pressures likely ‘for several weeks’

Health
Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin said he has changed his views on abortion

Fianna Fail leader backs changes to Irish abortion law

Crime
Hospital

15% increase in numbers of seriously ill attending Accident & Emergency departments

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Ambulances queue at Craigavon Area Hospital on Monday night

Scene of ‘hellish chaos’ in casualty says 81-year-old

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Police

Man charged with heroin supply and manslaughter after man dies

Crime