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Police investigation: man arrested over under car booby trap 'designed to kill or maim'

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Sinn Fein president-elect Mary Lou McDonald addresses supporters at the Balmoral Hotel in Belfast at the weekend

Mary Lou McDonald – private-school educated opponent of Dublin Orange parade

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Scotland-NI bridge entirely feasible: DUP MP

Business
Mairia Cahill pictured in Belfast, January 2015.

Picture: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

‘Doubtful Mary Lou can gain trust of unionists’: Cahill

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Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan to be laid to rest in Limerick today

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Attempted abduction of man

Crime

Equality over terror ‘real test’ for new SF leadership

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Belfast shopping centre sold for £123million

Business
Gina Miller has been a vocal opponent of the UK leaving the European Union and took the government to court

DUP dismisses threat of legal action on Tory deal £1bn

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from left, Amelia Wheeler (8) on her pony, Beltoy Kizzara, Derek Wilson, director, and Bertie WIlson, director, with pony, Kenilwood Adonis. INLM04-200.

Global firm AG Wilson sponsors eight-year-old’s dressage dreams

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Mary Lou McDonald – private-school educated opponent of Dublin Orange parade

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Mairia Cahill pictured in Belfast, January 2015.

Picture: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

‘Doubtful Mary Lou can gain trust of unionists’: Cahill

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Gerry Adams dancing with Michelle ONeill in a picture posted on Twitter by Mr Adams on Saturday

Equality over terror ‘real test’ for new SF leadership

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Alex Kane

I am not soft on SF, but still think DUP is equally to blame for impasse

Opinion

Attempted abduction of man

Crime
Mark Ponisi, 53, who was killed at a flat in east Belfast on Saturday morning

Police continue to question pair over Ponisi murder

Crime

Bail refused to man accused of attempting to murder ex-partner

Crime

Man who spat in police officer’s face avoids jail after apology

Crime

Bird flu prevention zone extended to cover whole of England

Farming
DAERA has announced a survey of badger setts in two areas of Northern Ireland

Work to begin soon on badger sett survey

Farming
New BVD restrictions will begin next month

New measures announced to reduce spread of BVD

Farming
Cahir McAuley from Co Antrim

‘Rare Breed’ watched by 213,000 viewers

Farming

NI schools suspended 4,000 pupils last year

Education
A lollipop lady at Orangefield Primary School in east Belfast that was open on Wednesday

Closing schools for bad weather not an open and shut case: principal

Education
St Teresa's Primary School principal, Eunan Kearney pictured in the school carpark where the school bus has difficulty getting parked at times due to parents taking up the designated bus space. INLM02-201.

School children’s lives put at risk

Crime
The change affects pupils sitting the exam this year and next year

Computer exam leak ‘unfair advantage’ risk

Education

TRAFFIC ALERT: Collision causing major disruption in Belfast

Transport
The road traffic collision occurred near Ballygilbert Church.

TRAFFIC ALERT: car crash and lane restrictions on A2

Transport
Bumper to bumper: this was the scene on a main route into Belfast this morning.

Two worlds: 16 images showing the beauty of snow and the chaos it creates on our roads

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Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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Police have appealed for information

Man, 40, dies after two vehicle crash

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QUB study gives paws for thought over right-handed and left-handed cats

Environment
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Monaghan man, aged 71, fined for NI waste offences

Crime
The former ops block at RAF Ballykelly should be preserved, aviation historian Norman Thorpe  has said

‘Historic’ RAF WWII site is at risk

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Letters to Editor

Companies need to lead on tackling plastics

Opinion
Dozens of tyres illegally dumped on a rural road on the outskirts of Lisburn.

Surveillance measures being used to catch fly-tippers

Environment

Health warning over illicit sleeping pills

Health
Neil Paine  a former soldier who served in Northern Ireland during the Troubles  advocates the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes

Former soldier fighting to change law on medicinal cannabis

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Former pole-dancer Natasha Gordon, 44, who entered into a suicide pact with a postman and left him to die alone, arrives at Leicester Crown Court to be sentenced on Friday

Former pole-dancer jailed after encouraging a man to kill himself

Crime
The NHS

Hospital pressures likely ‘for several weeks’

Health
Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin said he has changed his views on abortion

Fianna Fail leader backs changes to Irish abortion law

Crime