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Three to appear in court after girl sustains serious facial injuries in vicious seaside assault

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The scene on the Ballysillan Road in north Belfast where a fatal road smash took place on Thursday lunchtime. ''''Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Police Ombudsman under fire over crash death statement

Crime

IN FULL: Coroner’s findings in crossfire death of teenager during Troubles

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Duchess of Cambridge in labour

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Unionists can no longer ignore border poll debate

Opinion

Winnie Mandela endorsed the most cruel form of torture

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Raymond McCreesh: the man behind IRA playground row

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The Zeebrugge Raid was a heroic failure ‘spun’ as a daring success

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The Shore Road in Belfast in April 1941 at the height of the blitz

Nuns’ letters reveal trauma of life during Belfast Blitz of 1941

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Josh Coyle receives his prize for winning the Men's Physique class at the IFBB  Muscle Contest Ireland event in Limerick.

Josh set to go pro after win at Muscle Contest Ireland

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Unionists can no longer ignore border poll debate

Opinion
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the former wife of Nelson Mandela, raises her fist as she leaves the high court in Pretoria, South Africa, in 2004, after winning her appeal against a four-year jail term for alleged theft and fraud. She endorsed the cruel method of killing known as necklacing

Winnie Mandela endorsed the most cruel form of torture

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IRA hunger striker Raymond McCreesh in 1981. A row over a council playground being named after him in Newry has been making made headlines. Photo: Pacemaker

Raymond McCreesh: the man behind IRA playground row

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Theresa May

Theresa May ‘could be forced to keep Britain in customs union with EU’

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Three to appear in court after girl sustains serious facial injuries in vicious seaside assault

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The scene on the Ballysillan Road in north Belfast where a fatal road smash took place on Thursday lunchtime. ''''Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Police Ombudsman under fire over crash death statement

Crime
IRA hunger striker Raymond McCreesh in 1981. A row over a council playground being named after him in Newry has been making made headlines. Photo: Pacemaker

Raymond McCreesh: the man behind IRA playground row

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Assaulted male sustains head injury

Crime

‘Best farmers deal with what’s thrown at them’

Farming
Phil Hogan

Hogan: Protecting small farmers my top priority in EU budget negotiations

Farming
Local farmers cutting sileage at Shannon Airport's 400 acres today to alleviate the fodder crisis. Photograph by Eamon Ward (Further information available from Eugene Hogan Email: eugene.hogan@bridgepr.ie'Tel: Mob +353 (0) 87 2497290 )

Shannon Airport’s silage ‘a godsend’ to hard hit farmers

Farming

Lough Neagh Pollan gets thumbs up from European Commission

Farming

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
Laurelhill Community College, Lisburn. Pic by Google

Lisburn principal moves to allay closure fears

Education

Lloyds to report Q1 results in busy week for sector

Business
NIRC director Aodh�n Connolly says he is concerned about the potential impact on shoppers who already face reduced spending power

NIRC calls for fair deal as figures shows potential Brexit costs

Business
Robert McCullough (Head of Agri) and Maureen Currie (Agri Manager), pictured at the Danske Bank stand on Thursday along with James Walker (left).

‘Best farmers deal with what’s thrown at them’

Farming
Unicorn Group managing director Roger Pannell

Unicorn Flooring wins Queen’s Award for Export

Business

Road reopened following collision

Transport
Cookstown town centre. (Archive pic)

Work to resume on Cookstown bypass project

Transport
Traffic and travel

TRAFFIC and TRAVEL: Road partially closed with fallen tree

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Road closed

Road closed after two vehicle collision

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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
A fox

Judge directs jury to acquit in animal cruelty trial

Crime

Rates of mental health in pregnancy revealed

Health
Yummy honey

Surprising benefits from eating honey

Health
Zoe Salmon, actress Olivia Nash, Hospice nurse Ursula Mallon and Miss NI Anna Henry

Zoe Salmon calls for walkers to ‘strut’ in aid of services

Health
Dunmurry Manor on the Outskirts of Belfast. 'Photo by Colm Lenaghan/ Pacemaker Press

Commissioner’s probe into care home coming to an end

Health

VIDEO: Health, Fitness and Mindset - with Seamus Fox

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