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News

Prisoners asked for book of condolence to be opened in memory of murdered warder

News
Damien McLaughlin. Pic by Pacemaker

Trial of man accused of involvement in David Black murder collapses

News

NI heatwave: These are the temperatures we can expect next week

News
Craigavon Crown Court heard that seconds after 35-year-old James Johnston got off his bus at Lisburn station, it shot forward up and over the kerb, pinning Charlotte Linda Stewart between the bus and a wall

Mother crushed to death because ‘driver wanted to keep bus warm’

Crime

‘Dangerous’ at large murderer arrested

Crime

NI seen as ‘expendable’ by some in London, says Swann

News

‘Info on RHI was being leaked to people who would benefit’

News

Documents, computers, phones and cash seized in east Antrim anti-crime operation

Crime

Report highlights ‘systematic failures’ in young people’s lives

Education

Man to stand trial on UDA terror charges

Crime

NI seen as ‘expendable’ by some in London, says Swann

News

‘Info on RHI was being leaked to people who would benefit’

News
Former Sinn Fein MLA Francis Brolly

Abortion stance of gang-like SF strikes at vital republican values: ex-MLA

Crime
Francie and Anne Brolly

‘We believe in right to life – but IRA killings and abortion are different’

Crime

Mother crushed to death because ‘driver wanted to keep bus warm’

Crime
Christopher Kerr. Photo supllied by PSNI

‘Dangerous’ at large murderer arrested

Crime

Documents, computers, phones and cash seized in east Antrim anti-crime operation

Crime

Man to stand trial on UDA terror charges

Crime

Second case of Avian Flu detected in Lurgan Park goose

News

Co. Antrim woman saves the day at Donegal Rally

Farming
United Feeds' Sam Watson congratulates William McAllister, from Kells, on winning the Sheep Inter-Breed championship at Ballymena Show

Simmental heifer carries the day at Ballymena Show

Farming
Holstein cow Glasson Supersonic G Gail bred by Simon Haffey, Portadown, qualified at Armagh Show for the Thompsons/NISA Dairy Cow Championship. Included are judge David Boyd, Glaslough; Fiona Patterson, chairman, NISA; and Andrew Douglas, Thompsons. Picture: Julie Hazelton/Kevin McAuley Photography Multimedia

Judge is impressed at Armagh

Farming

Report highlights ‘systematic failures’ in young people’s lives

Education

Inspirational St Francis’ principal Mr Anthony McMorrow is retiring

Education
Principal Mrs O'Hare is bidding farewell to Hazelwood Integrated College.

Hazelwood Integrated College bids fond farewell to ‘inspirational’ principal

Education

Schools deny any link to explicit video

Education

Dale Farm secures global cheddar deal with Lidl

Business
Confident but braced for slowdown

Dixons Carphone profits plunge in wake of cyber hack

Business
The figure was lower than forecast helped by a 3%  increase in receipts

Hammond’s borrowing boost as tax receipts rise

Business
Pictured at its new premises at Queen's Road, Belfast, are Eirtech Aviation Composites CEO David Kerr, left,  and Invest Northern Ireland chief executive Alastair Hamilton

Inward investment brings 124 jobs in aviation sector

Business

Road reopens following serious collision

Transport

Crash causes long tailbacks on Shore Road

Transport
Parts of the vehicle damaged in the incident.

Authorities to monitor cause of Carrick rail bridge strikes

Transport
The road traffic collision occurred on Wednesday afternoon.

Road traffic collision causing major delays

Transport

Council figures reveal extent of illegal dumping scourge across NI

Environment
The sunrise over Lough Foyle from Quigley's Point, Inishowen, County Donegal. Oyster farming in the lough is unregulated and could be worth �20m, MPs have heard.

Call for regulation of £20m oyster farms

Business
Road works set to start on Lurgan's Lough Road

Traffic delays expected as £340k resurfacing work starts

Environment

WATCH: NI cows swim across lough to graze on fresh grass

Offbeat

Abortion stance of gang-like SF strikes at vital republican values: ex-MLA

Crime
Pictured L-R: Lynn Bulled, Alzheimers Society volunteer; Alderman John Smyth, Deputy Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey; Leona Barr, Centre Manager, The Junction Retail and Leisure Park; Danny Brown, Alzheimers Society service user; and Pamela Frazer, Dementia Friendly Communities Support Manager, Alzheimers Society.

This is Northern Ireland's first dementia friendly shopping centre

Health
Francie and Anne Brolly

‘We believe in right to life – but IRA killings and abortion are different’

Crime

Cannabis mum is selling oil online

Crime

Support group to shine a light on issue of male mental health

Health
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