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Cancelled flights: check with airline before travelling

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The British and EU flags flap in the wind outside EU headquarters in Brussels on Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. Photo: (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

Labour MP: you cannot ditch key EU elements then expect no hard border

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David Davis (left), Secretary of State for Exiting the EU and Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show, December 10, 2017

EU deal ‘more a statement of intent than a legally enforceable thing’

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Suzanne Campbell-Hanna pictured helping students at the 'reading between the lines' project in Londonderry

New way to boost working class pupils’ performance takes off in Protestant-dominated areas

Education

Murder bid probe after man in 20s stabbed in Downpatrick

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Remembering the British commander who captured Jerusalem

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‘Wild west scenes’ as man is shot in Garvagh

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One-man toy museum opens for Christmas

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (centre), Tanaiste Simon Coveney (right) and Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee speaking at the Government Press Centre in Dublin after the European Commission announced that "sufficient progress" has been made in the first phase of Brexit talks. Picture date: Friday December 8, 2017. See PA story POLITICS Brexit. Photo credit should read: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

DUP comfortable with Brexit text but SF ‘concerned’

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A winter scene

Snow and ice warning for remainder of weekend

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Labour MP: you cannot ditch key EU elements then expect no hard border

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David Davis (left), Secretary of State for Exiting the EU and Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show, December 10, 2017

EU deal ‘more a statement of intent than a legally enforceable thing’

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (centre), Tanaiste Simon Coveney (right) and Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee speaking at the Government Press Centre in Dublin after the European Commission announced that "sufficient progress" has been made in the first phase of Brexit talks. Picture date: Friday December 8, 2017. See PA story POLITICS Brexit. Photo credit should read: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

DUP comfortable with Brexit text but SF ‘concerned’

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DUP leader Arlene Foster

Sam McBride: DUP begins to sell an ambiguous accord

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‘Wild west scenes’ as man is shot in Garvagh

Crime

Burglary suspect released on bail

Crime

Almost all the charges dropped in ‘pedlar’ case

Crime

Man arrested after house burgled at gunpoint

Crime

DAERA begins consultatation on proposals to eradicate TB

Farming
Remaining payments are due to get underway in December.

Balance and full CAP payments to begin issuing in December

Farming
Richards Charolais Heifer (pictured) will be up for auction on the night and has already generated much interest from potential buyers. Her full sale price will be donated to Childrens Heartbeat Trust.

Charity auction heads to Ballymena

Farming

Glyposate is relicensed for five years

Farming

New way to boost working class pupils’ performance takes off in Protestant-dominated areas

Education
England and Northern Ireland have gained top 10 places in new international reading rankings

England and Northern Ireland in top 10 international reading ranks

Education
Many poorer children lag behind in schools into their teens

Poorer NI children ‘getting left behind at age of five’

Education
Breda Academy principal Matthew Munroe said his school would be in deficit by March

Compressed hours at many schools, claims headmaster

Education

Labour MP: you cannot ditch key EU elements then expect no hard border

Business
David Davis (left), Secretary of State for Exiting the EU and Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show, December 10, 2017

EU deal ‘more a statement of intent than a legally enforceable thing’

Business
One of the world's most powerful financial figures, Andreas Dombret, an executive board member of the Bundesbank, in an interview with the BBC about Brexit. He thinks the stakes are too high for there to be no EU-UK Brexit deal. There is only so long such influential people would let Ireland delay a deal

Ben Lowry: Dublin and DUP have both taken risky stances on Brexit

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Diane Dodds

DUP firm on NI’s place as fevered talks go on

Business

Police launch appeal after shocking hit-and-run

Transport
Traffic and travel.

Traffic lights currently out at major junction

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Queen's Quay car park in Londonderry

Council moves to write off £170,000 in parking fines

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The road traffic collision occurred in Co. Wexford on Monday.

Four members of family killed in crash

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Man in his 50s dies following road traffic collision

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Desperate farmers using rat poison on plants

Environment

‘Rainmaker’ sacrifices would stop droughts

Environment

Irrigation scheme helps to grow bright future for Ruth

Environment

Scouting’s iconic Gilwell Oak voted England and UK’s ‘Tree of the Year’

Environment

Authorities in dark on abortion figures

Health

Why ‘hands off’ massage can really have your senses working overtime

Health

‘It helps people experiencing these feelings to know they are not alone’

Health
The Marie Stopes abortion clinic in Great Victoria Street united conservative Catholics and Protestants alike in protest as soon as it opened

Belfast abortion clinic closure ‘a victory for the unborn’

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A hospital bed

Marie Stopes Belfast clinic shuts after UK Government move to fund abortions

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