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Gun attack on police patrol car
Police are blaming dissident republicans for a gun attack on one of their patrols in Londonderry (Read More...)
Woman 'sought witness information'
A woman is charged with terrorism offences for allegedly trying to identify people currently under the PSNI Witness Protection Scheme. (Read More...)
Child heart services review delayed
There has been a further delay of the review into children's heart services in Belfast, the BBC learns. (Read More...)
Milk Cup match marred by violence
Ugly brawls break out at Northern Ireland's Milk Cup match against Mexico as four players are sent off in Coleraine. (Read More...)
Quarry injunction extension granted
A company which plans to use fracking to extract natural gas in County Fermanagh has been granted an extension to a High Court injunction to stop protesters getting close to a quarry. (Read More...)
Calls for all-party talks to resume
The new Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan says he wants to see a resumption of all-party talks in Northern Ireland in September. (Read More...)
Plans for 20mph limit in city centre
Plans to reduce the speed limit in the whole of Belfast city centre to 20mph are published by the Department for Regional Development. (Read More...)
NI boxing medals haul up to nine
Northern Ireland have secured nine Commonwealth Games boxing medals after Paddy Barnes, Steven Donnelly&Connor Coyle all win (Read More...)
Church attack treated as hate crime
Police say they are treating an attack on a Catholic church in County Tyrone as a hate crime. (Read More...)
Private Lough Erne island for sale
A private island in Lough Erne, County Fermanagh, has been put up for sale. (Read More...)
Kirk progresses to 800m semi-finals
Northern Ireland's Katie Kirk is through to the Commonwealth Games 800m semi-finals after an impressive run at Hampden Park. (Read More...)
Cemetery plans opposed by neighbours
Plans for a huge new cemetery beside the south Antrim village of Dundrod meets strong opposition from a group of residents. (Read More...)
Bloody red shrimp invades Lough Erne
A new invasive species, the bloody red shrimp, has been discovered for the first time in Northern Ireland in Upper Lough Erne. (Read More...)
AIB returns to profit after bail out
Allied Irish Bank (AIB), the parent firm of Northern Ireland's First Trust bank, returns to profit for the first time since the financial crash. (Read More...)
Man arrested over £40,000 drugs find
A 23-year-old man is arrested after suspected cocaine and herbal cannabis worth an estimated £40,000 were found in north Belfast. (Read More...)
Nurses tell inquiry of A&E concerns
Excessive workloads, staffing and the use of locum doctors are among concerns raised by the Royal College of Nursing during an inquiry into emergency care in Northern Ireland. (Read More...)
Man admits assaulting ex-councillor
A Londonderry man pleads guilty to assaulting former SDLP councillor Jimmy Carr but denies making threat to kill. (Read More...)
Two vehicles damaged in arson attack
Two vehicles damaged in an arson attack at Merriman Court in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Officers injured in stolen car crash
Four PSNI officers have been injured after a stolen car collided with two police vehicles in County Londonderry. (Read More...)
Man seriously hurt in attack at pub
A man is arrested after a 23-year-old man sustained serious head and facial injuries in an attack in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Missing Dublin man found dead
Irish police have launched an investigation after the body of a man reported missing is found in County Meath. (Read More...)
Unesco asks for Star Wars report
Unesco contacts the Irish government asking for a report on the use of a County Kerry island for filming the new Star Wars film. (Read More...)
Aer Lingus reports improved fortunes
Aer Lingus reports a "significant" improvement in its operating profit over the last six months, which rose by 40% compared to the same period last year. (Read More...)
Conviction a miscarriage of justice
A court in the Republic of Ireland declares that a man's conviction for killing his teenage neighbour over 40 years ago was a miscarriage of justice. (Read More...)
NI libraries in e-book loan record
Libraries NI notches up its highest ever number of downloaded books (Read More...)
Loud welcome for loud US tourists
The business community in a County Kerry village hits back at a cafe owner who has refused to serve "loud Americans". (Read More...)
Villiers condemns arson attack
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers condemns arsonists who attacked a Sinn Féin constituency office. (Read More...)
Gaza is one of 'worst tragedies'
The former deputy leader of the Ulster Unionist party describes the conflict in Gaza as "one of the worst tragedies playing out in the world today". (Read More...)
Sinn Féin confident on budget plans
Sinn Féin says it is now confident agreement can be reached quickly on the latest quarterly budget, known as June monitoring. (Read More...)
UUP records a deficit of £94,000
The Ulster Unionist Party has a deficit of £94,000 for last year due to a fall in the value of its share in an investment property. (Read More...)

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