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PM claims ‘seamless border’ central to Belfast Agreement – but it doesn’t say that

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Tom Anderson with his eldest daughter, Isobel.

‘He was a big man with a big personality, just a great guy’

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POLICE ALERT: Road closed after serious collision

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Prime Minister Theresa May in Belfast.

Theresa May’s Belfast speech suffused with a strong pro-Union message

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Ian Paisley foreign trip furore: voters voice their views

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Ben Lowry: PM tried to reassure unionists but the pressure will be on the Union in event of No Deal

Opinion

IRA survivor’s warning on veteran suicides

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PSNI investigating claims that it gave people’s personal data to suspected paramilitaries

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NI weather: will the sunshine return over the weekend?

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File photo dated 4/12/12 of a general view of a Burger King restaurant in Belfast, as the fast food chain has stopped sourcing burgers from the Irish supplier at the centre of the horsemeat contamination scandal, it has announced. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday January 23, 2013. See PA story CONSUMER Horsemeat. Photo credit should read: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Burger King for B&Q site

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PM claims ‘seamless border’ central to Belfast Agreement – but it doesn’t say that

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Prime Minister Theresa May in Belfast.

Theresa May’s Belfast speech suffused with a strong pro-Union message

News

Ian Paisley foreign trip furore: voters voice their views

News
Prime Minister Theresa May visits The Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast on Friday. "It would be churlish not to recognise that Mrs May tried to alleviate unionist concerns as well as nationalist ones in a talk that she gave during her Northern Ireland trip. But there was an alarming passage in the PM's speech, which as Lord Empey has highlighted, over stated the extent to which the Belfast Agreement prohibits a slightly harder border."'' 'Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Ben Lowry: PM tried to reassure unionists but the pressure will be on the Union in event of No Deal

Opinion

Several injured in attack on bus in Germany - police

Crime

First picture: mother and baby reunited after horrific car-jacking ordeal

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Youths in Londonderry's Bogside who petrol bombs at police and random passing vehicles and also lit a fire on a main flyover. Photo: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Police appeal for info on white van petrol bomber

Crime
PSNI

Three men released following anti-terror arrests in north Belfast.

Crime

10% of Air Ambulance call outs related to farm incidents

Farming

Farm Safety Week – The Farm Safety Partnership View

Farming

NI farmers accuse EU of playing political 'football' over cross-border trade

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Farming still one of the most dangerous occupations

Farming

Demolition of disused school buildings ‘a terrible shame’

Education
PSNI

Sectarian arson attack on East Belfast school

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First Catholic school conversion to integrated is blocked

Education

‘Nothing agreed until everything is agreed’ on single transfer test

Education

Questions left unanswered on post Brexit landscape

Business
HSENI Chief Executive Keith Morrison with Helicopter Emergency Medical Service Operational leader Glenn O'Rourke inside an air ambulance at Air Ambulance HQ in the Maze site, Lisburn.

10% of Air Ambulance call outs related to farm incidents

Farming
NI's Rory McIlroy will be one of the star attractions when The Open comes to Portrush in 2019

The Open: tourism chiefs hoping for sell-out and predicting £80m windfall when tournament comes Portrush

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CBI NI director Angela McGowan

Province ‘dangerously close’ to recession warns CBI

Business

POLICE ALERT: Road closed after serious collision

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Motorway fire: warning to drivers over reduced visibility

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Ryanair cancels 600 flights to three European countries

Transport

Police alert: Road re-opens after two-vehicle collision

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NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business

Anchors Aweigh! as Foyle Maritime Festival 2018 launches into action

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It is thought that NI Water may have quoted from laws only applicable to England, Scotland and Wales when putting the hosepipe ban in place (Photo: Shutterstock)

NI Water hosepipe ban: this is exactly why it doesn't have legal authority

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Northern Ireland's water provider say they will not purposely reduce water pressure in homes during the heatwave (Photo: Shutterstock)

NI Water pledge not to reduce water pressure during heatwave

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If you use a hose in Northern Ireland right now, you could face serious consequences (Photo: Shutterstock)

This is what will happen if you break the hosepipe ban in Northern Ireland

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IRA survivor’s warning on veteran suicides

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Col Philip Ingram from Co Tyrone, overcame post traumatic stress disorder and suicidal thoughts

Colonel: I pointed the pistol at myself ... then my dad came into my head

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Scene of a Castlewellan landmine explosion which killed three UDR soldiers in 1980. Photo: Pacemaker

‘Veteran suicide rates in our allies are rising ... we need to find out if it is the same here’

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‘Humanitarian’ call for direct rule over NI health system

Health
A soldier inspects the remains of the army bus which was  blown up by the IRA at Ballygawley in 1988, killing eight soldiers. One survivor tells the News Letter today how the resulting PTSD almost claimed his life and how he came out on top

Security fears stop veterans asking for critical mental health support

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