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DUP walkout after branding Trump motion ‘ridiculous publicity stunt’

News
Sinn Fein and the DUP appear to be no closer to agreeing a restoration of the Stormont Executive

Brokenshire meets party leaders in effort to restore Stormont Executive

News
The mother of a Kingsmills massacre victim sought a judicial review over the naming of a Newry play park after IRA man Raymond McCreesh

Final verdict on IRA playground due in new year

Crime
McCreesh Park, in Patrick Street, Newry, is named after IRA man Raymond McCreesh

We broke our ‘IRA playground’ promises to unionists: SDLP

News

Police ‘failed to act on Haggarty warnings of two murders’

News
Claire Smallwood, Patrick Mulholland and the baby Jonah

Devastated mum whose baby's ashes were stolen pleads: 'Do the right thing'

Offbeat
PSNI

Scammer steals £86k from church

Crime
The mother of a Kingsmills massacre victim sought a judicial review over the naming of a Newry play park after IRA man Raymond McCreesh

Final verdict on IRA playground due in new year

Crime

Significant increases in 2018 fishing quotas

Farming

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

Behind the scenes of the greatest story ever told

Education
The Education Authority chief executive has predicted a �350m shortfall for schools within two years

Pupil opportunities casualty of schools budget crisis: ex-principal

Education
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
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

Brexit a threat to UK finance industry’s ‘global crown’

Business
A Four Seasons care home in Bangor

Care homes giant four seasons strikes last-minute debt deal

Business
C Series an opportunity not a threat

Unite takes Bombardier case to Washington

Business
Growth comes despite average store prices increasing by 3.1%

Retail sales remain strong despite household pressures

Business
The junction of Old Ballynahinch Road and Comber Road, near Lisburn. Pic by Google

Safety improvements at ‘accident blackspot’

Transport

Police launch appeal after shocking hit-and-run

Transport
Traffic and travel.

Traffic lights currently out at major junction

Transport

Lucia rebuilds her life after devastating floods of 2014

Environment
Samuel Fred with his wife and the house where he keeps his goats in the village of Fombe

A gift of goats transforms life for Samuel

Environment
Stefano, chairman of the Civil Protection Committee with the dry bed of the Mthumba River behind

Rain gauge is first line of defence for villagers in Fombe

Environment
Kilkeel in Co Down vies with Ardglass as NIs largest fishing harbour

Higher NI fishing quotas welcomed as Brexit looms

Business

Civil servants introduce health worker pay rise delayed by powersharing crisis

Health
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The six early signs of dementia you should look out for this Christmas

Health

Miracle birth ... the baby born with its heart outside its body

Health
File photo dated 16/08/12 of Katie Price

Katie Price leaves Loose Women in tears after talking about her mum and Keith Chegwin

Health
John Kennedy, a member of the expert advisory panel on adult care and support, with a copy of its report

NI social care system ‘collapsing in slow motion’

Health