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Lord Empey: Is DUP sound and fury a bid to camouflage soft Brexit?

I have noted the attacks made by Sammy Wilson MP and Ian Paisley MP on Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar for his attitude to recent negotiations on Brexit.

Business
PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton (centre) arriving for the funeral of Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister and ex-IRA commander Martin McGuinness, at St Columba's Church Long Tower, in Londonderry in March. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ben Lowry: There is a good reason for the delay in legacy structures, as PSNI chief should know

George Hamilton has in an interview told the government to “stop prevaricating and get on with” establishing the stalled legacy proposals.

Opinion
Lady Sylvia Hermon MP in the House of Commons

Real unionism would face the economic facts in NI and take the economic fight to Dublin

In the turbulent events of last week, it took the steady, measured tones of Lady Hermon is the House of Commons to remind the nation that the DUP do not speak for all in Northern Ireland.

Business
A8 Ballynure - Larne reopened

A8 Ballynure - Larne reopened

A stretch of one of east Antrim’s busiest roads has reopened, according to Transport NI.

News
PSNI

Madam’s Bank Road shooting probe: Two males released

Two men arrested by detectives investigating a paramilitary-style shooting on Madam’s Bank Road in Londonderry on Sunday, November 12, have been released unconditionally.

Crime
Sir William Hastings

Sir William Hastings ‘left lasting legacy to North Antrim’

The late Sir William Hastings has been praised for the “outstanding entrepreneurial legacy” he has left to North Antrim.

Business
Police appeal after criminal damage incident

Police appeal after criminal damage incident

Police are investigating damage to a house and parked car in the York Park area of Belfast on Thursday.

News
Overturned gritter.

Gritter leaves road as black ice hits Ballynure

The Department for Infrastructure (Roads) has confirmed one of its vehicles left the road at Ballynure earlier today.

News
PSNI

Caller praised for tipping off police after spotting suspected drink driver

Police have praised a public-spirited member of the public in Lurgan who alerted them to a suspected drink driver on Friday night.

Crime
Stolen items redistributed to those in need in Ballymena

Stolen items redistributed to those in need in Ballymena

Ballymena PSNI are helping to bring some early Christmas cheer in the community.

Crime
PSNI

Masked men steal cash during attack in Belfast home

Two masked men, one of whom was armed with a weapon, made off with cash and a wallet after attacking two people in a Belfast home yesterday evening.

Crime
Police recovered suspected herbal cannabis.

£2k herbal cannabis find in Portrush

Police on patrol recovered a quantity of suspect herbal cannabis in the Portrush area yesterday valued at approximately £2000.

Crime
PSNI

Man arrested after burglary

Police have arrested a 33-year-old man following a burglary in the early hours of this mornin at a property in the Glenhead Avenue area of Dunmurry.

Crime
A News Letter report following the IRA bombs in the Tullyvally area of Londonderry in December 1987

30th anniversary: IRA responsible for ‘forgotten’ Londonderry atrocity

A woman whose father was traumatised by the bombing of a mainly Protestant estate in Londonderry 30 years ago has described the deadly attack as a “forgotten atrocity” of the Troubles.

Crime
Ballymena road reopens after lorry recovery

Ballymena road reopens after lorry recovery

Police are advising motorists to driver carefully on Ballymena’s Lisnevenagh Road which has opened again but is still extremely icy.

News
Raymond McCreesh Park in Newry. Photo: Pacemaker

Council fails to rule out private IRA play park

Newry Mourne and Down District Council says it cannot rule out predictions that a Newry playground named after an IRA man will retain the name permanently if it is given into private hands.

News
Accident scene

Black ice and surface water warning after 16 collisions

Police are advising motorists to drive carefully after 16 reports of traffic collisions in their Northern control area this morning.

News
A van overturned on Ballyclare's Mill Road. Image: Love Ballyclare Facebook

Police in black ice warning to drivers after 16 collisions on roads

Police issued a warning to motorists after reports of 16 traffic collisions on Ulster's roads on Saturday morning.
News
Rock Me Mama! Win Wagon Wheel signed by ‘King of Country’

Rock Me Mama! Win Wagon Wheel signed by ‘King of Country’

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News
TUV leader Jim Allister.

North/South staff are given other duties

NI Civil Servants working on North/South machinery have been forced to take on other duties following the collapse of the NI Executive.

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