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NI welfare reform bill fails to pass
Northern Ireland's controversial Welfare Reform Bill has failed to pass at Stormont after failing to win the support of nationalist parties. (Read More...)
Barristers quit criminal cases
Barristers in Northern Ireland withdraw from all new criminal cases requiring legal aid in protest against new rules reducing the level of payments. (Read More...)
Gun used in IRA man's murder 'rare'
A handgun used in the murder of a senior IRA man in Belfast was from eastern Europe and "extremely rare", police have said. (Read More...)
Man gets life for double murder
A man is sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of two friends in Belfast. (Read More...)
Woman 'too ill to flee' bomb alert
An elderly woman with cancer was too ill to leave her east Belfast home as the Army tackled a pipe bomb close by on Monday night. (Read More...)
Crackdown on banned England fans
England football fans who have been banned from matches face additional enforcement measures to stop them going to next week's game in Dublin. (Read More...)
Lough sand-dredging plan imminent
The Department of the Environment will confirm how it intends to deal with the controversial issue of sand dredging in Lough Neagh in "the next few days". (Read More...)
Health faces 'financial challenge'
The scale of financial difficulty facing Northern Ireland's five health trusts was so severe in 2013 and 2014 that despite receiving additional funding, four of them failed to break even. (Read More...)
Council plans dog exclusion zones
A Northern Ireland council is considering setting up a number of dog exclusion zones. (Read More...)
NI leader 'stable and improving'
Northern Ireland's first minister Peter Robinson is "stable and improving" after a suspected heart attack, his party deputy has said. (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...)
Motorcyclist injured in crash
A 17-year-old motorcyclist is taken to hospital with head injuries following a crash in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Ireland to sell Aer Lingus stake
The Irish government agrees to sell its 25% stake in Aer Lingus to IAG, the owner of British Airways. (Read More...)
Politician quits after same-sex vote
An Irish politician resigns from the main opposition party, citing the weakness of its campaign in support of same-sex marriage as the "final straw". (Read More...)
TV broadcaster Bill O'Herlihy dies
Bill O'Herlihy, a former broadcaster for Irish national television, RTÉ, dies at the age of 76. (Read More...)
NI first minister still in hospital
Northern Ireland's first minister Peter Robinson remains in hospital after suffering a suspected heart attack. (Read More...)
Charles visits NI peace centre
Prince Charles visits Northern Ireland's oldest peace and reconciliation centre on the final day of his visit to the island of Ireland. (Read More...)
Robinson in new assembly warning
Peter Robinson says the assembly could not survive the scenario which would unfold if the welfare reform bill is not approved. (Read More...)
SDLP coy over petition of concern
The SDLP refuses to say if they will back a Sinn Fein petition to block the welfare reform bill if its brought to the floor of the Assembly next week. (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...)
What would Aer Lingus sale mean for NI?
BBC NI business correspondent Julian O'Neill looks at what the Irish government's agreement to sell its 25% stake in Aer Lingus would mean for the airline's Northern Ireland routes. (Read More...)
Ryanair reports big rise in profits
Irish airline Ryanair reports a 66% rise in net profit as falling oil prices and rising passenger numbers give the company a boost. (Read More...)
PMS makes only half of repayments
The Presbyterian Mutual Society (PMS) could only make half of its scheduled bailout loan repayments to the Department of Enterprise (DETI) in 2013 and 2014. (Read More...)
McIlroy ready for busy Irish Open
Rory McIlroy says his off-course commitments at this week's Irish Open will not hinder his challenge at Royal County Down. (Read More...)
Clarke keeps Ryder qualifying system
Captain Darren Clarke decides not to change Europe's qualifying system for next year's Ryder Cup at Hazeltine. (Read More...)
Ireland to vote against Blatter
Ireland will vote against Sepp Blatter in the Fifa presidential election, says Football Association of Ireland chief John Delaney. (Read More...)
VIDEO: Culture Committee
Culture Minister Caral Ni Chuilin briefs her committee on an inquiry into the Casement Park GAA stadium redevelopment. (Read More...)


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