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Motorcycle doctor dies in accident
Dr John Hinds, one of the so-called 'flying doctors' of Irish road racing, is killed at a motorcycle event in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Adviser was in law firm's building
One of Nama's Northern Ireland Advisory Committee members worked from an office in Tughans' building in Belfast. (Read More...)
Mourners hear Tunisia victim tribute
Mourners at the funeral of one of the Irish victims of the Tunisia gun attack hear tributes to her "goodness and kindness". (Read More...)
Driver dragged along road in hijack
A van driver sustains a serious head injury after being dragged along the road by a hijacker who stole his vehicle in east Belfast. (Read More...)
Two charged over playground shot
Two people appear in court charged in connection with a shotgun being fired at a playground in Belfast. (Read More...)
US firm received Nama NI sales pitch
A potential US buyer of the Northern Ireland Nama property portfolio says it was pitched a sale proposal by way of an "unsolicited approach from third parties". (Read More...)
IRA relatives in Lord Maginnis case
The families of three IRA men shot dead by the SAS in County Tyrone in the 1980s are taking legal action against former Ulster Unionist Lord Maginnis, the government and the chief constable. (Read More...)
Minister wants meeting with Sport NI
Sports Minister Carál Nί Chuilίn calls for an urgent meeting with the board of Sport NI to consider a report into "serious allegations" about the "management and culture" of the organisation. (Read More...)
New cameras catch over 1,200 drivers
More than 1,200 drivers are caught in the first week of a new crackdown on illegal use of Belfast bus lanes, raising £50,000 in fines. (Read More...)
Five held over stabbing are released
Three men and two women arrested after a man was stabbed in south Belfast on Thursday morning are released on police bail. (Read More...)
Ex-store manager sentenced for theft
A former manager of a furniture store in Londonderry, who stole more than £10,000 from the company, is given a suspended jail sentence. (Read More...)
SDLP office targeted in attack
A man is arrested after an attack on an SDLP constituency office in Strabane, County Tyrone. (Read More...)
Meeting to tackle Derry trouble
Community leaders meet in Galliagh, Londonderry, to tackle anti-social behaviour following trouble in the area on Friday night. (Read More...)
Man appeals for brother to come home
The brother of a Londonderry man, who has gone missing, appeals for him to come home. (Read More...)
Ex-PM sorry for bank crisis hardship
The former Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen apologises for "hardship and distress" caused by the Irish financial crisis, which began during his tenure. (Read More...)
Irish singer Val Doonican dies
Irish singer and TV entertainer Val Doonican dies aged 88. (Read More...)
TDs back Real IRA chief release bid
Five Irish MPs are supporting the family of Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt as they seek his release from prison while recovering from surgery, the Irish Times is reporting. (Read More...)
Committee to probe £7m payoff claim
The assembly's finance committee is to meet amid calls for an inquiry into claims a £7m payoff had been set aside for a Northern Ireland politician. (Read More...)
Spall lined up for Ian Paisley film
Actor Timothy Spall is in "advanced talks" to star as the late Northern Ireland first minister, Ian Paisley, in a new film. (Read More...)
Adams 'delusional' says Robinson
Peter Robinson has described Gerry Adams as "delusional", following an article by the Sinn Féin leader on the current crisis at Stormont. (Read More...)
Casement: Calls for chairman to quit
The DUP's Nelson McCausland is under pressure to step down as chairman of the inquiry into safety issues at Casement Park stadium. (Read More...)
Public cash may ease office 'crisis'
Public money loans could be on offer after report for Invest NI says Belfast office supply could reach 'crisis' point (Read More...)
£14m boost for cyber security centre
A centre at Queen's University, Belfast, aimed at enhancing cyber security, plans to recruit 25 extra staff after receiving £14m in funding. (Read More...)
Translink records £8.4m trading loss
Public transport company Translink records a trading loss of £8.4m "against a very challenging backdrop" of Stormont cuts. (Read More...)
Living wage 'would cut welfare cost'
A living wage of at least £7.85 an hour would help reduce welfare costs in Northern Ireland, according to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. (Read More...)
Plan to build NI's biggest wind farm
A planning application is submitted for what would be Northern Ireland largest wind farm. (Read More...)
Cavan lose to Roscommon in qualifier
Cavan lose to Roscommon in the All-Ireland Football Qualifiers for the second year in succession, going down 3-17 to 1-16. (Read More...)
Wylie could make Ulster SFC decider
Monaghan's Drew Wylie has not suffered knee ligament damage and could make a surprise appearance in the Ulster SFC final. (Read More...)
Irwin wins Supersport sprint race
Carrickfergus rider Glenn Irwin wins the 18-lap Supersport sprint race at Knockhill to draw level at the top of the standings. (Read More...)
VIDEO: Culture Committee part one
The Culture Committee continues its inquiry into issues around emergency exiting at the redeveloped Casement Park. (Read More...)


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