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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
PSNI

Police warning after Belfast bomb alert

Crime

Alfie Evans: parents fail in 11th-hour bid to move son to foreign hospital

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IRA bomber abstains from vote on memorial to his victims

News

Dodds talk of ‘annexation’ inflammatory, says Coveney

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Judge orders ban for man accused of pointing knife at baby during burglary

Crime

Foster plays down significance of ‘talks about talks’

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Co Meath GAA figure Sean Cox. Photo: hoganstand.com

Man injured by Roma fans a GAA stalwart from Meath

Crime

Sinn Fein supports unionist Ian Marshall for Seanad

News

IRA bomber abstains from vote on memorial to his victims

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Simon Coveney talks to the press during his visit to Londonderry for a lunch with business leaders

Dodds talk of ‘annexation’ inflammatory, says Coveney

News

Foster plays down significance of ‘talks about talks’

News

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

Crime
PSNI

Police warning after Belfast bomb alert

Crime

Judge orders ban for man accused of pointing knife at baby during burglary

Crime
Co Meath GAA figure Sean Cox. Photo: hoganstand.com

Man injured by Roma fans a GAA stalwart from Meath

Crime

Pigs (Honker does tricks) need rehomed urgently

Farming
AgriSearch Chairman John Henning and Vice Chairman Seamus McCaffrey.

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

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

One in ten NI firms look for non-UK base amid growing Brexit fears

Business
Firms need to prevent making financial planning 'a huge turn-off'

Finance sector needs better relationship with older people

Business
Lloyds results were better than expected but with a further PPI hit

Lloyds announces profits rise in spite of extra PPI costs

Business
One of the pigs which needs rehomed

Pigs (Honker does tricks) need rehomed urgently

Farming

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

News

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

VIDEO: Improve your squat and build a better bum!

Health

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

Health
A dermatologist examining mole of female patient with magnifying glass in a clinic

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
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