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A major search is launched for a crewman who is feared to have gone overboard a ferry off the Pembrokeshire coast.
Martin O'Neill says Friday's game with the Netherlands will be the final opportunity for most of his squad to stake Euro 2016 claims.
A 55-year-old man is charged with human trafficking and making threats to kill.
An event to commemorate the British soldiers who were killed in the 1916 Rising is held in Dublin.
The Canadian ambassador to Ireland displays his fearless instinct by tackling a protester at a ceremony to honour British soldiers killed during the 1916 Easter Rising.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has a final chance to look at his Euro 2016 options in Friday's friendly against Belarus.
The new Northern Ireland Executive agrees a draft framework for the programme for government.
The new Northern Ireland Executive agrees a draft framework for the programme for government.
Seventy DeLorean cars made famous by the Back To The Future movies cruise through Belfast.
The Canadian ambassador to Ireland tackles a protester who tried to disrupt a ceremony to honour British soldiers killed during the 1916 Easter Rising.
The latest Northern Ireland hospital waiting list figures show a slight reduction in the number of people waiting to be seen.
Olympic gold medallist Katie Taylor suffers a second defeat in six weeks as she loses in the World Championship semi-finals.
DUP MP Jim Shannon is asked to pay back almost £14,000 in expenses by a Westminster watchdog.
A cross-party groups of MLAs have warned that leaving the EU would damage the local economy
Identity checks at borders between the island of Ireland and Great Britain could be strengthened following a Brexit, a committee of MPs says.
Visitor numbers to Northern Ireland hit an all-time high in 2015, according to new tourism statistics.
A data breach involving the personal details of hundreds of Northern Ireland Prison Service employees has been described as "a major embarrassment".
Northern Ireland people have, on average, the lowest disposable incomes of any UK region.
The mother of an NI teenager who died last year after taking legal highs has welcomed the ban now in force in the UK.
The airlines, Aer Lingus and Ryanair, cancel a number of flights on Thursday due to industrial action by French air traffic controllers.
A teenager murdered at Kingsmills was crying out for his mother as a gunman "finished him off" by shooting him in the face, an inquest hears.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are on their first official visit to County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.
A new team of ministers has been appointed to the Northern Ireland power-sharing executive, with most jobs shared out between the DUP and Sinn Féin.
Ulster Bank is to sell off agricultural loans in Northern Ireland with a face value of about £15m.
The fresh inquest into the Kingsmills murders is told that a teenage apprentice cried out for his mother as a gunman shot him in the face.
Claire Sugden goes from parliamentary assistant to justice minister in few years
A new team of ministers has been appointed to the Northern Ireland power-sharing executive, with most jobs shared out between the DUP and Sinn Féin.
Abortion and prisons are among the key issues facing Claire Sugden in the justice portfolio, and she is aiming for a subtle approach.
The developer of Belfast's Odyssey Pavilion is banned as a company director for six years.
A jury hears how 35 people sealed inside a container brought into the UK were heard making cries for help by port workers.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are on their first official visit to County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.
The population of Northern Ireland is projected to rise by 5.3% to 1,938,700 by 2024.
Chewbacca from Star Wars takes a break from filming to visit a primary school
Top exhibitors at the Chelsea Flower Show rely on skills of Northern Ireland's garden experts
Couple celebrate as Northern Ireland's Foster Carers of the Year.
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Sinn Féin have lost a seat to the DUP on the Education Authority (EA) board following the assembly elections.
A former Labour MP has said Northern Ireland will see Labour candidates in future elections even if the party hierarchy rejects a call to officially stand in NI.
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Public money loans could be on offer after report for Invest NI says Belfast office supply could reach 'crisis' point
A centre at Queen's University, Belfast, aimed at enhancing cyber security, plans to recruit 25 extra staff after receiving £14m in funding.