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News

UK 'fully committed' to Good Friday Agreement

News
Alex Kane

Round and round and round we go 
to end in a mess of chaos and farce

Opinion
Gregory Campbell insisted again that there was no draft deal between the DUP and Sinn Fein

DUP: no more talks until SF adopts ‘fair and realistic’ approach

News
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood said a hard Brexit had the potential to destabilise the peace process

SDLP warns Corbyn of hard Brexit ‘dangers’

News

Three of NI’s self-styled paedophile hunters arrested

Crime
Dr Andrea Nelson, whose parents Paul and Dorothy Nelson were killed in the La Mon bombing, at Saturdays commemoration

La Mon atrocity commemoration ‘dignified and poignant’

Crime

Trafficking accused a ‘victim of vice racket’

Crime
Court

Terror plot accused banned from dissident gatherings

Crime

Kittens dumped on roadside on Valentines Day

Farming

2,996 apply for second tranche of Farm Business Improvement Scheme

Farming
Schmallenberg virus (SBV) was first identified in Germany in late 2011 as a cause of malformations in newborn calves and lambs.

AFBI confirms first positive Schmallenberg cases in the West

Farming
Some of a number of landslides which occurred in the Sperrins in August 2017.

DAERA to host public meeting for Sperrins hill farmers

Farming

Northern Ireland arts sector 'needs investment'

News
Young Orangemen meet in Markethill every Tuesday for extra tuition in GCSE Maths and English

Junior Orange lodge tackling young Protestant underachievement

Education
An adult and juvenile blue poison dart frog

Keepers breed blue frog for the first time

News
Kayden Fleck, who died on Saturday, was in his first year at Harryville Primary School

Kayden Fleck’s principal: it won’t sink in that he is gone until we see his empty desk

News

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat
Kilroot power station is set to be closed as of May 23

Power outage sparks questions over Kilroot closure

Business
The harbour has invested �250m in future proofing the business

Record trade in 2017 for Belfast Harbour

Business
Sir Steve Webb

Former minister calls for ‘care pension’ in later life

Business

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

News
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

News

Motorists to expect delays following Randalstown collision

Transport

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 4s Village of the Year competition

NI’s ‘garden village’ in final shake-up for £10,000 TV prize

Environment

Blue plaque for nurse who was ‘Mourne’s Florence Nightingale’

Health
Cardiac patient Keith Miller with Dr Patrick Donnelly, consultant cardiologist, and radiographer Sarah Smythe with the new CT heart scanner

Ulster Hospital’s new scanner makes cardiac diagnosis in just a heartbeat

Health
World-first scanner at Ulster hospital

World-first scanner for heart disease installed at Ulster hospital

Health
Dr John Robb, who died last week

John Robb was a man of personality and principle

Opinion
Bathroom scales

Department of Health reveals progress in fight against obesity

Health