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Garda paramilitary text claim probed
The Irish Justice Minister says she is disturbed by reports that a member of the Garda Siochana (Irish police) texted sensitive information to a paramilitary in Northern Ireland. (Read More...)
Teacher wins child cruelty appeal
A special needs teacher wins his appeal against a conviction for assaults against two 12-year-old girls with severe learning difficulties. (Read More...)
Man dies following Enniskillen crash
A 23-year-old man has died in hospital after he was involved in a car crash in Enniskillen in the early hours of Saturday morning. (Read More...)
Health cuts could be 'catastrophic'
Potential cuts to the health service outlined in a paper seen by the BBC could be "catastrophic" to patient care, a Northern Ireland GP says. (Read More...)
Files reveal Thatcher NI concerns
Previously confidential files reveal concerns over Margaret Thatcher's commitment to the Anglo Irish Agreement, two weeks before it was signed. (Read More...)
Funeral for senior detective held
Hundreds of people attend the funeral of James Nesbitt, the former senior police officer, who led the hunt for the notorious Shankill Butchers gang. (Read More...)
UNESCO praise for GAA
A United Nations body says other countries could learn from the GAA's work with young people. (Read More...)
Man 'gave orders before attack'
A man is refused bail over an alleged attempted murder. (Read More...)
Seamus Heaney stamp goes on sale
A new commemorative stamp featuring poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney is issued in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Airport sorry over security delays
Belfast International Airport apologises to passengers after delays during security checks on Thursday night. (Read More...)
Alcohol warning for pregnant mothers
A health pressure group in Londonderry warns of the dangers of drinking during pregnancy. (Read More...)
Family attacks 'racially motivated'
Two families from Sudan are targeted in attacks police say they are treating as racially-motivated hate crimes. (Read More...)
Mother spared prison for home arson
A County Antrim mother who admitted setting fire to her home while her two children were inside is spared a prison sentence. (Read More...)
More left NI than came last year
More people left Northern Ireland than came to live in it over the past year, according to the latest official estimates. (Read More...)
Former senator meeting NI parties
The former US Senator Gary Hart is meeting representatives of the five Stormont Executive parties as part of a fact-finding trip to Ireland. (Read More...)
Police 'justified' in firing at car
A police officer was justified in firing two shots at a stolen car being driven directly towards him in Dundonald seven years ago, the Police Ombudsman has said. (Read More...)
Thieves damage Derry ATM machine
Thieves attempt to steal cash machine from petrol station in Castlerock, County Londonderry. (Read More...)
First school in NI to get app
A Londonderry college has become the first school in Northern Ireland to have its own app. (Read More...)
Police officer backs detox centre
A senior policeman in Londonderry has backed calls for a drugs detox unit in the city. (Read More...)
Twenty new jobs announced for Tempo
An electrical contractor announces it is creating 20 new jobs in the County Fermanagh village of Tempo. (Read More...)
Second day of Irish rail strike ends
Thousands of travellers in the Republic of Ireland have continued to face disruption because of a rail strike at Irish Rail. (Read More...)
Four held after drugs and guns find
Irish police arrest three men and a woman after a quantity of drugs and two guns are seized in a raid in Dublin. (Read More...)
Abortion review to start immediately
Irish health authorities say that an inquiry team examining the care of a woman who gave birth by Caesarean section after being denied an abortion will begin work immediately. (Read More...)
State funeral for former Irish PM
Ireland's former prime minister Albert Reynolds, who played a key role in the Northern Ireland peace process, is to have a state funeral. (Read More...)
NI has stormiest winter in 143 years
Winter of 2013/14 was stormiest in 143 years (Read More...)
Collection keeps WW1 memory alive
Medal collection keeps WW1 memory alive (Read More...)
'Abysmal NI leaders stuck in past'
A senior aide to former US president Bill Clinton accuses Northern Ireland politicians of an "abysmal abdication of leadership". (Read More...)
£200m paid 'to keep health afloat'
More than £200m has been paid to private health care companies in order to keep the health service in Northern Ireland afloat, according to documents seen by the BBC. (Read More...)
Poots: 'Cuts are executive decision'
Health minister Edwin Poots says the executive parties must "put their hands up" if they want cuts (Read More...)
Plastic bag use down 72% since levy
Plastic bag use in Northern Ireland has fallen by almost 72% since a 5p levy was introduced last year, the Department of the Environment says. (Read More...)

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