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Top civil servants removed stark warning to Bell about RHI crisis

Many of the most senior civil servants in the Stormont department running the RHI scheme were involved in watering down what ought to have been a blunt warning that the RHI scheme was out of control.

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Captain Doug Beattie MC, the Ulster Unionist MLA for Upper Bann

To get some balance in legacy, the government should release information that links politicians to terrorism

A former soldier is to be charged with manslaughter by gross negligence, in connection with the shooting of Aidan McAnespie at an Army checkpoint in 1988.

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Emergency services at the scene at Southgate tube station after reports of a minor explosion. Photo by: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Five injured after blast at London Tube station reported

Five people have been injured after reports of an explosion at a London Tube station.

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Patrick Crumlish, 13,  Emily Brolly, 16, and Casey Kealey, 16

Three teens missing in Co Londonderry

Police in Limavady are appealing to the public for their help in locating three missing teenagers from the area who have not been seen since last night, Monday, June 18.

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Damien McLaughlin, pictured in September 2016

David Black murder: judge throws out case against Damien McLaughlin

Prosecutors in the case of convicted terrorist Damien Joseph McLaughlin and his alleged involvement in the murder of prison officer David Black have been given until Thursday morning to decide whether to challenge the decision of trial Judge Mr Justice Colton to throw out their case.

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Paul Anthony Burgoyne

Air-rage man jailed after Nazi salute and assault on EasyJet captain

An aeroplane passenger who was high on a cocktail of drink and drugs when he gave a Nazi salute and tried to grab an EasyJet captain by the throat in an air rage incident was jailed for three months on Tuesday.

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Mike and Zara Tindall

Royal baby: 'Very happy' Zara and Mike Tindall welcome second child

A "very happy" Zara and Mike Tindall have welcomed their second child - a baby daughter.

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WEATHER: Parts of NI to be hotter than Portugal next week

It will be hotter in parts of Northern Ireland next week - than it will be in Portugal, according to the weather experts.

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Ex-Crusaders midfielder Barry Molloy

Suspended sentence for man who glassed ex-Irish League footballer

A man who glassed a former Crusaders and Derry City midfielder in a city centre bar has received a suspended sentence.

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Teen accused of being involved in Bangor assault attacked in custody

A teenager allegedly involved in a sustained assault on a girl which was filmed and posted online has been attacked in custody and had his bed urinated on, the High Court heard today.

Crime
Jamie Elliot, 18, leaves Northallerton Magistrates court, after being banned from the roads for a year for drink driving after police stopped him behind the wheel of a golf buggy at a McDonald�s drive through.

Golf buggy teen banned from roads for drive through stunt

A drink-driving teenager who got behind the wheel of a golf buggy and attempted to go into a McDonald’s drive-though has been banned from the roads for a year.

Crime
Road closed due to fallen tree

Road closed due to fallen tree

Motorists are being advised to avoid the Crawfordsburn Road near Newtownards following reports of a fallen tree blocking the route.

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Court

Man found licking the ground on Belfast street admits disorderly behaviour

A man discovered licking the ground on a busy Belfast city centre street has been given a conditional discharge.

Crime

MISSING: Appeal launched for teenagers

Police are appealing to the public for their help in locating three missing teenagers from the Limavady area who have not been seen since last night (Monday,18 June).

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Government ‘no intention’ of reviewing classification of cannabis

Government ‘no intention’ of reviewing classification of cannabis

The Home Office has firmly rejected calls from former Conservative leader Lord Hague for the legalisation of cannabis.

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Mr Dermond Maxwell outside his clothing store in Union Street where a car crashed into his wall and a pole

Hit and run sees car crash into famous shop

Significant damage has been done to a famous Lurgan shop after a car crashed into it during a hit and run incident.

Crime

WATCH: Could Prince Ozzy from Belfast be 'National Cat of the Year 2018'?

Prince Ozzy has been shortlisted to become Britain’s most heroic cat - for saving the life of his owner.
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Meghan and Harry join Queen at Royal Ascot

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will join the Queen for a day of racing at Royal Ascot, a place the monarch has described as "this wonderful racecourse".

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Three arrested in connection with assault

Three arrested in connection with assault

Three people have been arrested in connection with an assault on a man in Newcastle, Co Down.

Crime
National Lottery winning binman Stephen Inglis from Bangor serves up a glass of 'lady luck' to fellow lottery winners (l-r) Claire Marks (Ballyclare), Mary Hamilton (Belfast), Stephanie Harkin (Derry/Londonderry) and Catherine Kidd (Draperstown) at a party to celebrate 5,000 millionaires across the UK since the very first draw in November 1994. Pic by Kelvin Boyes, PressEye

Winners celebrate Northern Ireland’s luckiest lottery year

National Lottery winners from across Northern Ireland came together at one of Belfast’s top restaurants to celebrate 5,000 millionaires across the UK since the very first draw in November 1994.

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