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Snow continues to cause disruption
Snow showers are continuing to affect the road network across Northern Ireland on Thursday and there is also the risk of ice on roads. (Read More...)
Murder 'may be linked to flat row'
A man who was found stabbed to death in Belfast may have been involved in a row in a nearby flat that spilled out onto the street, police say. (Read More...)
Hamill family dismayed by data loss
Robert Hamill's family say they are "seeking urgent answers" after the Ministry of Justice lost discs containing data from the inquest into his death. (Read More...)
Apology over cancelled operations
The Belfast Trust apologises to more than 100 patients who had orthopaedic operations cancelled. (Read More...)
Robber 'dressed up as policeman'
Two robbers, one pretending to be a police officer and another armed with a suspected gun, try to steal from a shop in County Armagh. (Read More...)
Girls released in murder inquiry
Two girls aged 16 and 17 who were arrested in connection with the murder of a businessman in County Antrim are released pending further inquiries. (Read More...)
School rugby assault man sentenced
The captain of a school rugby team who assaulted an opposing player on the pitch during a Schools Cup match is given a conditional discharge. (Read More...)
DUP might back Labour says Trimble
The former Ulster Unionist Leader Lord Trimble says he thinks the DUP may back a Labour administration if there is a hung parliament after the general election. (Read More...)
BBC, ITN and Sky reject DUP debates
The BBC, Sky and ITN have confirmed that they will not be inviting the DUP to take part in the main televised debates ahead of the general election. (Read More...)
School admittance move is welcomed
The education minister has granted a temporary variation to admittance at Strandtown primary school in east Belfast. (Read More...)
11 schools 'advised over coaching'
The Departments of Education has sent letters to 11 primary schools since May 2012 over concerns at the possible coaching of pupils for unregulated transfer tests. (Read More...)
NI farm industry income drops by 17%
The Northern Ireland farming industry saw its income drop by 17% to £298m in 2013, driven by a big fall in prices for the beef sector. (Read More...)
Belfast Harbour handles record cargo
Belfast Harbour handled a record 23m tonnes of cargo in 2014, up 1.6% on 2013. (Read More...)
School closures in Northern Ireland
A number of schools have been closed right across Northern Ireland today because of the snow. (Read More...)
CityBeat bought by Q Radio Network
Belfast radio station CityBeat is sold to the Q Radio Network which operates a network of six regional stations across Northern Ireland. (Read More...)
Policing changes 'biggest in years'
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has said it is to implement the "biggest shake-up" in policing in years due to budget cuts and council changes. (Read More...)
Derry line upgrade to start in May
Work on a second major upgrade to the Derry-to-Coleraine railway line is to begin in May, Translink says. (Read More...)
Threat to withdraw memorial support
Relatives of some of those who died on Bloody Sunday in Londonderry have threatened to withdraw support for a memorial project at Londonderry's Guildhall (Read More...)
Men released over Limavady attack
Three men, arrested in connection with an attack on a woman in County Londonderry, are released pending a report to the PPS. (Read More...)
Man released after Derry operation
A man in his 30s is released by police into medical care after a major security operation at an apartment block in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Union warns against Aer Lingus bid
A union which represents 500 Aer Lingus pilots warns against a takeover of the airline. (Read More...)
Man 'shoots himself' in police chase
A 31-year-old man dies after he reportedly shot himself in the head while he was being followed by the police in the Republic of Ireland, on suspicion of abduction. (Read More...)
School postpones gay bullying class
A Dublin school has postponed anti-homophobic bullying workshops following complaints by parents. (Read More...)
Walkout as legal action stops debate
Senior Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil members briefly walk out of the Irish parliament in protest over the cancellation of a debate on alleged police misconduct. (Read More...)
Council warns on battered city fish
People have been warned not to dine out on fish salvaged from the street after a lorry shed 600 mackerel in Belfast at the weekend. (Read More...)
'Missing person alert' for statue
The theft of a statue of a Celtic sea god, that has prompted a campaign for its safe return, has now led to a 'missing persons appeal' by police. (Read More...)
Householders to receive rate subsidy
Up to 350,000 householders in Northern Ireland will receive a subsidy on their rates bill as a result of moving to one of the new so-called super councils. (Read More...)
Publish OTR names says Ian Paisley
The DUP MP Ian Paisley repeats his call for the government to publish a list of the names of people who received On the Run (OTR) letters. (Read More...)
PM: Timing key for election debates
David Cameron makes clear he wants TV debates to take place before the election campaign starts at the end of March. (Read More...)
UUP questions Irish school approval
Northern Ireland's education minister is asked to explain why he approved a new Irish language school amid claims the cost is unsustainable. (Read More...)

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