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NI could see 15cm of snow over coming days

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General views of the Mater Hospital in north Belfast where the girl was born

Co Antrim girl who suffered brain damage at birth to get £8m damages

Health
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

Belfast to retain four constituencies under revised boundary plan

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DUP leader Arlene Foster and Sinn Fein's leader in Northern Ireland, Michelle O'Neill

Alex Kane is wrong to imply that the DUP and SF are equally to blame for the impasse

Opinion

Ann Travers rules herself out of West Tyrone by-election

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Unionists cautious about new election map while SF fume over ‘gerrymandering’

News

‘Unconditional’ EU peace funding hailed

Business

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

News
Oliver McAfee from Dromore in Co Down has gone missing while on a cycling trip around Israel.

Israeli police: Dromore man Oliver McAfee is ‘still alive’

Crime
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Save the Market protest Sunshine not Skyscrapers outside the High Court in Belfast this morning.

Residents allowed to widen challenge to £55m Belfast development

Crime

Belfast to retain four constituencies under revised boundary plan

News
DUP leader Arlene Foster and Sinn Fein's leader in Northern Ireland, Michelle O'Neill

Alex Kane is wrong to imply that the DUP and SF are equally to blame for the impasse

Opinion
Ann Travers pictured at Stormont. Photo: William Cherry/Presseye

Ann Travers rules herself out of West Tyrone by-election

News
Nelson McCausland

Unionists cautious about new election map while SF fume over ‘gerrymandering’

News

Israeli police: Dromore man Oliver McAfee is ‘still alive’

Crime
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Save the Market protest Sunshine not Skyscrapers outside the High Court in Belfast this morning.

Residents allowed to widen challenge to £55m Belfast development

Crime
Image taken from PSNI Newry and Mourne facebook page

PSNI on hand to help with lorry load of beer

Crime
The Moira Road, where the attack took place.

Man, 78, ‘black and blue’ after attack by masked intruder

Crime

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

Swann concerned by reports of Schmallenberg virus

Farming

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

Education

LATEST: NI schools closed on Wednesday due to snow

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

Jobs to go and businesses close if Finance Dept plans get go ahead

Business
Carillion had just �29m in cash reserves and a pension debt of �587m

Relief for Carillion workers as directors’ bonuses halted

Business
Belfast Lord Mayor Nuala McAllister pictured with Jordan Booth of Fenox and Tony Wilcox of winning start-up business Modius

Modius crowned winner of Startup World Cup NI heat

Business
Jean-Claude Juncker

‘Unconditional’ EU peace funding hailed

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

News

Motorist dies while driving in Belfast

Transport

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

Environment
A yellow warning for snow is in place until tea-time on Wednesday

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

Environment
Sir David Attenborough said he 'dreads' the prospect of not being able to work

Sir David Attenborough: I’ll stop working when I can’t walk up steps any more

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Protestors stage a New Year's Day protest in opposition to a drag hunt taking place in a Crawfordsburn, Co Down.


Photo by Kelvin Boyes  / Press Eye

Green Party leads protest against drag hunt

Environment

Prize bull killed in rural blaze: MLA

Crime

Co Antrim girl who suffered brain damage at birth to get £8m damages

Health

Thinking about laser eye surgery? Here’s everything you need to know

Health
Gillian Killiner

Ulster dietitian offers top tips to boost your immune system this winter

Health
Behind the Masc will offer young men a safe place to come together and talk about mental health issues.

New support group to help young men look after their mental health

Health

Craigavon Emergency Department ‘worst yet’ amid calls for immediate action

Health