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Man appears in court on terrorism charges

Crime
Sinn Fein's Mary Lou McDonald outside the Palace of Westminster while in London where she is due to meet Prime Minister Theresa May for talks. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday June 20, 2018. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Sinn Fein: UK government is playing chicken over Irish border

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DOJ Permanent Secretary Nick Perry (left) joined Valerie Adams and Michael Monaghan from Age Sector Platform to relaunch a revised and updated version of the popular 'Feel Safe' guide for older people.

‘Half of older people more fearful of crime’

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A CCTV still of Basil McAfee entering an off-licence on Henderson Avenue on the afternoon of Thursday, December 19, 2013. His body was found in his north Belfast home the following day.

Pair arrested in connection with man’s murder

Crime

Progress on backstop has stalled, says Varadkar

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Further £25,000 cocaine find after postal intercept

Crime

Ex-Anglo-Irish Bank chief David Drumm jailed for six years for fraud

Crime

SF and DUP accused of cash ‘carve up’

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First Presbyterian Church in Rosemary Street in central Belfast. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Belfast Harp Festival of 1792 is recalled in evening of music and history

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Donald Trump

Trump will meet the Queen next month, says US Ambassador

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Sinn Fein: UK government is playing chicken over Irish border

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Leo Varadkar in the Dail on Tuesday

Progress on backstop has stalled, says Varadkar

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SF and DUP accused of cash ‘carve up’

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Brian Duffin

SDLP tells sex crime councillor to resign

Crime

Man appears in court on terrorism charges

Crime
A CCTV still of Basil McAfee entering an off-licence on Henderson Avenue on the afternoon of Thursday, December 19, 2013. His body was found in his north Belfast home the following day.

Pair arrested in connection with man’s murder

Crime
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Further £25,000 cocaine find after postal intercept

Crime
Former Anglo Irish Bank executive David Drumm arrives at Dublin's Central Criminal Court for a sentence hearing on two charges of fraud.  Photo credit: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Ex-Anglo-Irish Bank chief David Drumm jailed for six years for fraud

Crime

Second case of Avian Flu detected in Lurgan Park goose

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Co. Antrim woman saves the day at Donegal Rally

Farming
United Feeds' Sam Watson congratulates William McAllister, from Kells, on winning the Sheep Inter-Breed championship at Ballymena Show

Simmental heifer carries the day at Ballymena Show

Farming
Holstein cow Glasson Supersonic G Gail bred by Simon Haffey, Portadown, qualified at Armagh Show for the Thompsons/NISA Dairy Cow Championship. Included are judge David Boyd, Glaslough; Fiona Patterson, chairman, NISA; and Andrew Douglas, Thompsons. Picture: Julie Hazelton/Kevin McAuley Photography Multimedia

Judge is impressed at Armagh

Farming

£140m pledge for shared schools campus

Education
Queen's University in Belfast has released the findings of their study on Brexit

Presbyterian relationship with QUB under spotlight after church LGBT vote

Education
The Old Warren estate in Lisburn is now one of the most sought-after social housing communities in Northern Ireland

Royal recognition for Lisburn community organisation

Business

Pupils lives at risk on ‘dangerous’ footpath

Education

Former Anglo boss gets six years

Business
Digital DNA commercial director Simon Bailie with Demos director Jamie Bartlett and PwC partner Leo Johnson

Digital sector ‘huge potential for significant inward investment’

Business
Liam Ferris, Mary-Jane McBride and Adam Grimley help launch AI Camp

Kainos search for undergrads to excel in AI

Business
Parents urged to leave the office on time and avoid working late at home

Plea to parents over work-life balance on longest day

Business

Crash causes long tailbacks on Shore Road

Transport
Parts of the vehicle damaged in the incident.

Authorities to monitor cause of Carrick rail bridge strikes

Transport
The road traffic collision occurred on Wednesday afternoon.

Road traffic collision causing major delays

Transport

Northern Ireland urged to tackle traffic congestion

Transport

Council figures reveal extent of illegal dumping scourge across NI

Environment
The sunrise over Lough Foyle from Quigley's Point, Inishowen, County Donegal. Oyster farming in the lough is unregulated and could be worth �20m, MPs have heard.

Call for regulation of £20m oyster farms

Business
Road works set to start on Lurgan's Lough Road

Traffic delays expected as £340k resurfacing work starts

Environment

WATCH: NI cows swim across lough to graze on fresh grass

Offbeat

Cannabis mum is selling oil online

Crime

Support group to shine a light on issue of male mental health

Health
A client having her body mass composition measured

Will I pass my first health MoT?

Health

WATCH: Could Prince Ozzy from Belfast be 'National Cat of the Year 2018'?

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Sinn F�in vice-president Michelle O'Neill

Cheering SF pro-choice members on a power trip, says campaigner

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