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Ian Paisley tributes as funeral held
Politicians in Northern Ireland pay tribute in the assembly to Ian Paisley, on the day his funeral takes place. (Read More...)
Alert halts Queen's drug conference
Army bomb experts attend a security alert at Queen's University Belfast after a suspicious package was found on the main campus. (Read More...)
Police job panel 'not compromised'
Northern Ireland's Policing Board has rejected Sinn Féin claims that the process to recruit a new deputy chief constable was compromised. (Read More...)
Mother in £400,000 blood clot award
A mother is to be awarded £400,000 in compensation for a hospital's failures around her developing a potentially fatal blood clot after giving birth. (Read More...)
Casement Park size 'not justified'
A planned 38,000-seater GAA stadium in west Belfast would replace a ground that does not come close to selling out a lower capacity, a court is told. (Read More...)
Officer punished for slapping woman
A policeman who slapped a woman in a custody cell is disciplined after he was found to have used "unnecessary force". (Read More...)
Phones 4U jobs risk at 16 NI stores
Almost 100 jobs at Phones 4U's Northern Ireland stores are at risk, after the retailer went into administration. (Read More...)
Alcohol seized from 'formal' buses
A large quantity of alcohol is seized from seven buses in Keady, County Armagh, carrying mostly underage teenagers to a post-formal event. (Read More...)
Jobs under threat at private clinic
A private hospital in County Londonderry blames a cut in NHS patient referrals for placing 60 jobs at risk. (Read More...)
HSCB accused of 'misleading' inquiry
Northern Ireland's Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) has been accused of providing misleading information to the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry. (Read More...)
Jury selected in murder case
A jury of eight women and four men has been selected to try a man accused of murdering a woman in a County Londonderry launderette. (Read More...)
Police: Fire at Orange hall arson
Irish police have said they are treating a fire that destroyed an Orange hall in County Donegal as arson. (Read More...)
Disability hate crime highlighted
A campaign to raise awareness of disability hate crime in Northern Ireland is launched. (Read More...)
Man charged with attempted hijacking
A man appears in court in connection with an attempted hijacking of a female taxi driver's car in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Hospital trials four-hour A&E target
Londonderry's Altnagelvin Hospital in Londonderry meets a target to treat every patient in its A&E department within four hours. (Read More...)
Stones thrown at Derry firefighters
Firefighters attacked by stone throwers in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Hoax bomb caller spared jail
A 44-year-old man has been given a three month suspended jail sentence for making two hoax bomb calls to police. (Read More...)
New penalty point cancellation claim
Irish police are continuing to cancel driver penalty points for friends, according to fresh allegations. (Read More...)
Missing boy found 'safe and well'
A teenage boy who had been believed abducted by two men is found safe and well in County Sligo, say police in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Remains found in bog identified
Gardaí have said they have identified the remains of a man found in Kells, County Meath. (Read More...)
Motorcyclist killed in Louth crash
A 39-year-old man is killed in a collision between his motorcycle and a tractor in County Louth. (Read More...)
Ogre and charmer: the Paisley tumult
From prime ministers to popes, all knew Ian Paisley's sharp tongue. (Read More...)
Wanted: Rab the runaway raccoon
Public warning as Rab the raccoon goes on the run (Read More...)
McGuinness signs Paisley memorial
A book of condolence for Ian Paisley, who has died aged 88, is signed by Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness. (Read More...)
Leaders 'have not discussed' article
Martin McGuinness says he has not spoken to Peter Robinson since his newspaper article in which he claimed the political institutions in Northern Ireland are not fit for purpose, but the DUP disputes his claim. (Read More...)
DUP's Ian Paisley dies aged 88
Former first minister and Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley has died and his wife, Eileen, says the family is heartbroken. (Read More...)
Complaints made about Basil McCrea
The assembly standards commissioner is investigating complaints about the Lagan Valley MLA and leader of NI21, Basil McCrea, the BBC understands. (Read More...)
August rise in NI shopping visits
Shopper numbers in Northern Ireland during August were 4.2% higher than the same month a year ago. (Read More...)
Go-ahead for harbour expansion plan
A plan to expand Belfast Harbour by reclaiming 60 more acres of land is given planning approval by Environment Minister Mark H Durkan. (Read More...)
Danske Bank closing three branches
Danske Bank is closing a further three branches at the end of this month. (Read More...)


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