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Assembly votes for Trafficking Bill
The Northern Ireland Assembly has voted by 91 votes to 10 in favour of making it a crime to pay for sex. (Read More...)
PSNI's flawed approach to OTR scheme
Police Ombudsman Michael Maguire criticises the role of the PSNI in the On the Runs scheme. (Read More...)
Man shot in legs in west Belfast
A man has been shot in both legs in an incident at Bog Meadows in west Belfast on Monday evening. (Read More...)
Toddler in hospital after 'assault'
Police are questioning a man in his 20s about an alleged assault on a two-year-old girl in Bessbrook, County Armagh. (Read More...)
FM meets abuse cover-up claim woman
A west Belfast woman who claims republicans were involved in a cover-up of sexual abuse holds talks with First Minister Peter Robinson. (Read More...)
McIlroy to prepare for court case
Rory McIlroy says he intends to take a break from two upcoming golf tournaments in China to prepare for a lawsuit against his former management company. (Read More...)
Church leaders speak for 'voiceless'
People must not become "political pawns" in the debate over welfare reform, the leader of the Catholic church says. (Read More...)
Legal bid over Irish street names
A High Court judge is urged to overturn a council block on putting Irish signs up on a Belfast street. (Read More...)
Bail refused in UDA attack case
Two men charged over a suspected UDA attack on a home where the victim was allegedly left for dead must remain in custody, a High Court judge rules. (Read More...)
Flag protester enlisted as adviser
Loyalist victims campaign Willie Frazer enlists a high-profile union flag protester to offer courtroom advice in his libel battle with George Galloway. (Read More...)
Accused of being 'Spiderman' rioter
A man accused of rioting while wearing a Spiderman mask goes on trial in Belfast. (Read More...)
NHS radiographers strike over pay
Radiographers across the UK, including from Northern Ireland, begin a four-hour strike in the latest walkout by NHS staff in an ongoing dispute with the government over pay. (Read More...)
Man charged with Londonderry rape
A 34-year-old man appears in court in Derry charged with rape. (Read More...)
Devenney to replace Hay as Foyle MLA
The DUP announces that Londonderry councillor Maurice Devenney will replace William Hay as Foyle MLA. (Read More...)
Man remanded over £2m drugs seizure
A man is remanded in custody at Londonderry Magistrates' Court in connection with a series of drug seizures worth more than £2m. (Read More...)
Londonderry drug dealers jailed
Two men are jailed at Londonderry Crown Court after they admitted buying drugs online and selling them to customers. (Read More...)
Man dies as motorbike and bus crash
A 38-year-old motorcyclist has died after his bike and a bus collided in Dublin city centre. (Read More...)
Truck drivers block Dublin Port
Truck drivers block lorries from leaving Dublin Port in protest at higher road tax for trucks in the Republic of Ireland compared to the UK. (Read More...)
Dublin hospital rules out Ebola case
A woman admitted to a Dublin hospital to see if she had Ebola did not have the virus. (Read More...)
Mother charged with murder of son
A woman appears in court in Dublin charged with the murder of her two-year-old son. (Read More...)
Plaque remembers historic Irishman
London honours 'Liberator' Daniel O'Connell with blue plaque (Read More...)
Religion's role in NI politics
How much of a role does religious belief play in NI politics? (Read More...)
NI sites make 'top rock stars' list
A mysterious 'ephemeral' lake is among five NI landmarks on a list of top 100 geological sites (Read More...)
Added value
Would VAT cut be welcome break for NI hospitality sector? (Read More...)
MLAs debate Human Trafficking Bill
MLAs are still debating the latest stage of a bill that tightens the law in relation to human trafficking. (Read More...)
Paisley 'cast influential shadow'
Former first minister Ian Paisley "cast an influential shadow over three generations", guests at a memorial service in Belfast are told. (Read More...)
UUP leader repeats DUP pact call
Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt repeats his call for an electoral pact between his party and the DUP in next year's general election. (Read More...)
Robinson outlines welfare fund plan
First Minister Peter Robinson sets out ways that he believes would make the government's welfare changes more acceptable in Northern Ireland. (Read More...)
Newry IT firm in £36m stake deal
First Derivatives, the Newry-based financial technology firm, has paid £36m for a majority stake in a US software firm. (Read More...)
NI construction recovery warning
Recovery in the construction industry in Northern Ireland has "simply not materialised", an industry body warns. (Read More...)


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