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DUP and Sinn Fein clash over alleged ‘legacy deal’

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War of words as some hospital waiting lists almost double

Health
Ministers visit Strule Shared Education Campus in Omagh in 2015 as first school building takes shape

Strule shared education campus project suspended after bidder withdraws

Education

Trio to appear in court after gang of masked men enter Belfast bar

Crime

Baroness Paisley says DUP ‘hiding from the truth’ of Stormont crisis

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‘Weak and ill-advised’ legislation proposals would raise tensions: Irish group

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Sinn Fein criticised by LGBT group over same-sex marriage plans

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Anglican leader asked to pray for politicians during large-scale ‘private’ visit to NI

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Sinn Fein's Irish language campaign is 'built on a deception' said DUP MP Gregory Campbell

£190m spent on Irish language in just seven years

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Arrests after 30 masked men enter Belfast bar and assault individual

Crime

DUP and Sinn Fein clash over alleged ‘legacy deal’

News

War of words as some hospital waiting lists almost double

Health
Baroness Paisley

Baroness Paisley says DUP ‘hiding from the truth’ of Stormont crisis

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Failure to agree on an Irish language act is one of the issues preventing the restoration of devolution

‘Weak and ill-advised’ legislation proposals would raise tensions: Irish group

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Trio to appear in court after gang of masked men enter Belfast bar

Crime

Arrests after 30 masked men enter Belfast bar and assault individual

Crime

Two men arrested in Lurgan under Terrorism Act

Crime
The Sinn Fein advice centre in Castlewellan

Sinn Fein’s IRA sign ‘discourages a shared future’

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NFU elects Minette Batters as president

Farming

LacPatrick sets milk price for January

Farming

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

Strule shared education campus project suspended after bidder withdraws

Education
Demonstrators outside Queen's University Belfast (QUB), as a five-day walkout at QUB and Ulster University (UU), either side of this weekend began on Thursday in a dispute over pensions.

Students back university staff in strike over pensions dispute

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Some pupils sitting GCSEs in Northern Ireland have the reading age of a 13-year-old, a survey says.

Some GCSE pupils have a reading age of 13, survey says

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Queen's University

Queen’s and Ulster universities disrupted by strike action

Education

Volatile incomes drive families to high-cost credit

Business
Chairman of Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council's Development Committee, Alderman Allan Ewart MBE (right), checks out the latest holiday offers from Michael Preedy, proprietor of the newly-opened Revere Travel, Lisburn Square.

Firm specialising in luxury holidays opens new premises in Lisburn Square

Business
Homebase is under huge pressure

Homebase owner reports 87% profits drop after UK hit

Business
The Bank must move gradually to sustain growth said Mr Haldane

Jobs boom at risk if Bank waits too long to raise rates

Business

Girl hospitalised following collision

Transport

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

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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

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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

War of words as some hospital waiting lists almost double

Health
Feeling blue

Agoraphobic woman awarded £5.5k damages by health trust

Health
RCSLT Head of Northern Ireland Office, Alison McCullough, Dr Niamh Kennedy, Ulster University, and Chief Executive of Stroke Association NI Barry Macauley at todays stroke seminar in Titanic Hotel Belfast

Some stroke survivors not receiving therapy, research shows

Health
A doctor

Improvements to health service require radical change - report

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The report said services remain under 'significant pressure'

NHS in need of ‘radical change and investment’

Health