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The DUP nears the 30-seats mark in the Northern Ireland Assembly election as counts continue.
The DUP passes the 20-seat mark in the Northern Ireland Assembly as counts continue.
Glentoran will play Cliftinville in Tuesday's Europa League play-off final after beating Coleraine 2-1.
Ballinamallard United take a step towards preserving their Premiership status by beating Institute 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium.
Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Enda Kenny appoints a new Cabinet just hours after he was re-elected to govern for a second term.
A care home firm that was brought to court over the death of an elderly resident is fined thousands of pounds for health and safety breaches.
Family members of three assembly candidates were initially stopped from entering count centres.
A man accused of murdering a prison officer in a Belfast bomb attack was arrested twice within a 48-hour period after being bailed, a court is told.
Enda Kenny is re-elected as taoiseach (Irish prime minister) 70 days after a general election which had produced no outright winner.
A gun attack in which a man was shot several times in a west Belfast house is being treated as attempted murder, police say.
A man pleads guilty to murdering a 41-year-old Belfast man at his home in the east of the city two days before Christmas in 2014.
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A witness tells the inquest into the death of a west Belfast child that he could see no reason for a soldier to fire a rubber bullet at the boy.
Police are conducting searches in Londonderry and the Strabane area linked to the arrest of 15 men on Thursday.
David Healy will attempt to win his first trophy as a manager when Linfield take on Glenavon in the Irish Cup final.
Police say an arson attack in Lurgan, County Armagh, in the early hours of Friday could have resulted in a row of houses catching fire.
A car is found by divers during a search of the River Lee in County Cork in the Republic of Ireland.
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Rory McIlroy is eight shots off the pace at the Wells Fargo Championship after a fan threw a 'gift' onto the tee.
The Dáil is due to meet later today in a bid to elect a taoiseach (Irish prime minister).
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A 31-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after a man was stabbed in Portadown, County Armagh.
Fifteen men are arrested after a paramilitary-style display at the funeral of dissident republican Michael Barr in Strabane, County Tyrone.
A post-mortem examination on the body of a newborn baby girl found at an Irish recycling facility suggests her injuries were not deliberately caused.
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An independent TD (member of the Irish parliament) has denied there is a human impact on climate change.
Northern Ireland is the most economically equal part of the UK, new research suggests.
The man accused of murdering Northern Ireland prison officer Adrian Ismay had worked with him as a St John Ambulance volunteer, a court is told.
How a Galway basket maker made a gift fit for a princess.
Fold and Helm Housing Associations to merge together to create Northern Ireland's largest housing association
Gerry Adams' use of the 'N-word' in a tweet is a "massive test of leadership for Sinn Féin," says DUP leader Arlene Foster.
An investment fund has bought a major stake in Learning Pool, a Londonderry-based online training company.
The Department of Social Development (DSD) pulls out of a £300m development project in Belfast.
A total of 276 candidates will stand in next month's Northern Ireland Assembly election.
Elections in Northern Ireland's second city are always strongly contested and closely watched, but this year the poll in Foyle will be all the more symbolic and significant because of a showdown between the nationalist parties and their Stormont leaders.
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Public money loans could be on offer after report for Invest NI says Belfast office supply could reach 'crisis' point
A centre at Queen's University, Belfast, aimed at enhancing cyber security, plans to recruit 25 extra staff after receiving £14m in funding.