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Teens accused of Bangor attack ‘under paramilitary threat’

Crime
Over 9,500 patients had to wait more than 12 hours at emergency departments in Northern Ireland from January to March this year

Latest waiting times at A&E departments are worst on record

Health
US President Donald Trump who will visit the UK in July

Donald Trump: date set for US president’s UK visit

News

IN PICTURES: Revealed - Northern Ireland’s anti-social behaviour hotspots

News

GAA disowns kidnapper who threatened to kill

Crime

Brokenshire: we need a national lung cancer screening programme

Health

Thirty Army veterans willing to help inquest into Ballymurphy deaths

News

Man fined after dogs attack other animals

News
Detractors say that chicken treated in the US could either pose a health risk or undercut UK farmers

Treated chicken and beef should be part of any trade deal: US farmers’ chief

Farming
Marks and Spencer

Marks and Spencer to open new store in Autumn

Business

Brokenshire: we need a national lung cancer screening programme

Health
Nicola Sturgeon

Agreeing UK Brexit bill not in Scotland’s national interests, insists Sturgeon

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Edwin Poots MLA and son Luke Poots

Poots under investigation: MLA insists his son has done nothing wrong

News
Sarah Ewart (left) who went to England for an abortion, along with her mother Jane Christie

Timing of release of abortion report ‘deeply troubling’

Health

Teens accused of Bangor attack ‘under paramilitary threat’

Crime
Robert Tasker played GAA at county level for Armagh

GAA disowns kidnapper who threatened to kill

Crime
Families of those killed in Ballymurphy in 1971 protest outside Belfast's Royal Courts of Justice ahead of the preliminary hearing

Thirty Army veterans willing to help inquest into Ballymurphy deaths

News

NI man who murdered mum-of-two told he ‘will never be freed’

Crime

Treated chicken and beef should be part of any trade deal: US farmers’ chief

Farming
Ivor Ferguson, centre, with Victor Chestnutt (left) and David Brown

New leadership team appointed at UFU

Farming
One of the pigs which needs rehomed

Pigs (Honker does tricks) need rehomed urgently

Farming
AgriSearch Chairman John Henning and Vice Chairman Seamus McCaffrey.

AgriSearch appoints John as new chairman

Farming

Hockey club providing lessons for young people with learning disabilities

Education
Pictured at the announcement that funding has been approved for the redevelopment of North West Regional College's Springtown campus are, from left: Barrie Cox, NWRC Estates Manager, Patrick McKeown, NWRC Director of Finance and Economic Engagement, Leo Murphy, Principal and Chief Executive, NWRC, Gavin Killeen, Vice chair Governing Body, NWRC, and Paul McGarrigle, NWRC Lecturer. (Picture: Martin McKeown, INpresspics.com).

Multi-million facelift for Londonderry campus

Business
The scheme could see 200 older teachers retire

Relaunch of early retirement scheme for older teachers

Education
80 Class No. 84 August 1983

Campaign to save ‘Thumper’ train which served NI during Troubles

Education

Treated chicken and beef should be part of any trade deal: US farmers’ chief

Farming
Marks and Spencer

Marks and Spencer to open new store in Autumn

Business
Poundworld

Poundworld draws up store closure plan, putting around 1500 jobs at risk

Business
Ivor Ferguson, centre, with Victor Chestnutt (left) and David Brown

New leadership team appointed at UFU

Farming

DVA Driving examiners are going digital

News

Motorists advised to seek alternative route

Transport
Traffic and travel update

Road reopened following collision

Transport
Cookstown town centre. (Archive pic)

Work to resume on Cookstown bypass project

Transport

Landowners challenge cross-border electricity connection

Crime
A computer-generated image of the plans

Almost full steam ahead for Londonderry railway station revamp

Business

City’s tropical ravine is back after £3.8m refurb

Business

Latest waiting times at A&E departments are worst on record

Health
James Brokenshire had successful surgery for lung cancer earlier this year

Brokenshire: we need a national lung cancer screening programme

Health
NI Civil Service Hockey Club is offering free coaching sessions for young people with disabilities

Hockey club providing lessons for young people with learning disabilities

Education
Gavin Griffiths

Runners hit the road to raise awareness of type 1 diabetes

Health
Sarah Ewart (left) who went to England for an abortion, along with her mother Jane Christie

Timing of release of abortion report ‘deeply troubling’

Health
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