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

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Ian Marshall

Sinn Fein supports unionist Ian Marshall for Seanad

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A still of the video footage taken during the incident in Bangor

Bangor attack victim was ‘lured to the scene’, court hears

Crime

IRA bomber abstains from vote on memorial to his victims

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SF leader’s use of Londonderry term was disingenuous: ex-DUP MLA

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Seven warning signs of skin cancer

Health

Northern Ireland families spending more on ‘treat’ foods than fruit and veg

Health

William remarks on 'strong name' amid wait and see what Royal baby will be called

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Report recommends change to strict abortion law in Northern Ireland

Health
Megan Markle in Suits

Meghan Markle set for final Suits appearance

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Sinn Fein supports unionist Ian Marshall for Seanad

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IRA bomber abstains from vote on memorial to his victims

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Sinn Fein Leader Mary Lou McDonald

SF leader’s use of Londonderry term was disingenuous: ex-DUP MLA

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A Border Force officer checking a passport. The Home Office has said its requirement for a British passport for Border Force jobs was 'an error'

DUP MP to raise Home Office U-turn on Border Force jobs in Parliament

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Bangor attack victim was ‘lured to the scene’, court hears

Crime
Operation Exposure

PSNI threaten to expose soccer ‘fans’ involved in post match fracas

Crime

Police officer attempted murder probe: man released unconditionally

Crime

Hundreds at vigil for teenage victim of ‘vicious assault’

Crime

AgriSearch appoints John as new chairman

Farming
Spring in the Silent Valley

Farmers ‘have nothing to fear’ from planned UNESCO Global Geopark

Farming
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
Phil Hogan

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

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

New Disney store opens in Northern Ireland

Business
Mark H Durkan

Benefit changes blamed as foodbank uptake grows

Business
A cash machine containing a 'substantial' amount of money has been stolen from a shop in Ballynahinch, Co Down

Police warning after spate of in-store ATM thefts

Crime

Investment hope for international airport after sale

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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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

Seven warning signs of skin cancer

Health
Northern Ireland families are spending over �850 a year on 'treat' foods such as crisps, chocolates and sweets in the average weekly food shop, over four times as much as they spend on vegetables.

Northern Ireland families spending more on ‘treat’ foods than fruit and veg

Health

Report recommends change to strict abortion law in Northern Ireland

Health
Alfie Evans

Judges consider parents plea to take Alfie Evans to Rome for treatment

Health
Action Mental Health board member Angela Craigan, Associate Partner of Harbinson Mulholland, joins her husband Paul and their children Nicole and Ethan for a Great Big Purple Picnic.

Join in the ‘Great Big Purple Picnic’ and help raise funds for Action Mental Health

Health
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