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NI leaders congratulate McIlroy
Rory McIlroy, the new Open golf champion, is congratulated by First and Deputy First Ministers Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness. (Read More...)
Coroner in dealers manslaughter call
Northern Ireland's senior coroner, John Leckey, calls for manslaughter charges to be brought against those supplying drugs linked to a number of deaths. (Read More...)
Parade inquiry call 'lopsided'
Sinn Féin label an inquiry proposed by Unionist and Orange Order leaders as "lopsided". (Read More...)
Armagh Jail project under threat
A property company in England is close to withdrawing £11m funding towards a major regeneration project in Armagh. (Read More...)
Girl airlifted after bike accident
An 11-year-old girl severs veins in her left leg after the handlebars gouge her during a fall from her bicycle. (Read More...)
Man, 18, charged over hijacking
An 18-year-old man is charged with a number of offences following a hjiacking in south Belfast. (Read More...)
Final speeches in Dana brother case
The prosecution and defence deliver their closing speeches in the final stages of the trial of John Brown, the brother of Eurovision winner Dana. (Read More...)
More holes found under Belfast road
More "voids" have been found beneath an east Belfast road that was closed after a large hole was discovered under one of its traffic lanes. (Read More...)
Result: Debrecen 2-0 Cliftonville
Cliftonville are beaten in Hungary to suffer a 2-0 aggregate defeat in the Champions League second qualifying round. (Read More...)
Man pleads guilty to crash deaths
A 25-year-old man pleads guilty to dangerous driving causing the deaths of eight people in a road crash in County Donegal. (Read More...)
Belfast's MAC launches art prize
An international art prize is launched in Belfast, with 25 artists shortlisted for the £20,000 award. (Read More...)
Barnes furious over drugs test
Northern Ireland boxer Paddy Barnes is angered after having to undergo a protracted overnight drugs test in Glasgow. (Read More...)
Hundreds at anti-fracking protest
Several hundred people take part in an anti-fracking protest after plans are announced to drill a borehole at a site near Belcoo, County Fermanagh. (Read More...)
Tall Ships race to return to Belfast
The international Tall Ships race is to start in Belfast next year, it is announced. (Read More...)
Foyle Cup football tournament begins
Hundreds of young footballers from all over the UK and Ireland are in Londonderry this week for the Foyle Cup. (Read More...)
International visitor numbers rise
Londonderry's tourist information centre says the number of international visitors coming to the city has risen. (Read More...)
Man feared lost is found in Bangkok
A Londonderry man who was feared missing in Bangkok is found safe and well. (Read More...)
Man, 22, denies Londonderry rape
A 22-year-old man appears before Londonderry Magistrates Court charged with raping a 14-year-old girl at his home in Londonderry last Friday. (Read More...)
'Cock-up' over Irish genealogy site
Ireland's data protection watchdog criticises the government for a 'cock-up' over a genealogy site that leaked personal information (Read More...)
TDs arrested at Shannon Airport
Irish parliament members Mick Wallace and Clare Daly have been released after being arrested at Shannon Airport in County Clare. (Read More...)
Sharp rise in Irish adoption queries
Two high-profile stories about unmarried Irish mothers lead to a significant rise in attempts by birth parents and adopted children to find each other. (Read More...)
Brothers die after stabbing at house
The deaths two brothers, aged nine and 21, are being investigated in County Sligo in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Lottery winner buys Herdman's Mill
Lottery winner buys Herdman's Mill (Read More...)
Wheels of wonder
Bikes of all types go on show in Belfast (Read More...)
Robinson rejects new talks call
First Minister Peter Robinson has rejected Sinn Féin's call for a resumption of all-party talks on parades, flags and the past. (Read More...)
Letter deal 'flawed but not amnesty'
Letters issued to republican terrorism suspects - so-called On the Runs - were not an amnesty and the scheme was lawful, a judge finds. (Read More...)
Reaction to On the Runs review
Politicians and high-profile officials react to the findings of a judge's review into secret letters assuring republican terrorism suspects they were no longer wanted by police. (Read More...)
Talks due over parades inquiry call
Unionist and Orange Order leaders are to meet with the secretary of state next week to discuss their call for an inquiry into the issue of parades. (Read More...)
Filling station firm in £14m profit
The company which owns the Go chain of filling stations made pre-tax profits of £14m in 2013, unchanged from 2012. (Read More...)
Ballyvesey profits down in 2013
Northern Ireland's largest logistics company says its 2013 profits were hit by the collapse of Scottish Coal. (Read More...)

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