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Man injured in west Belfast shooting
Police are investigating a shooting incident in west Belfast. (Read More...)
Son charged with parents' murders
A man has been charged in connection with the discovery of the bodies of his elderly parents in County Donegal. (Read More...)
Farmer jailed over £1m will fraud
A County Armagh farmer who tried to use a forged will to inherit most of a £1m estate from an elderly woman has been sentenced to three years in prison. (Read More...)
Device 'designed to kill or maim'
A device found in Strabane, County Tyrone, was designed to kill or maim, police have said. (Read More...)
Two jailed over cash transit robbery
Two men are jailed for handling almost £10,000 in cash following a robbery of a cash-in-transit guard. (Read More...)
Murder accused 'moderate' depression
A psychiatrist has told a court although a man accused of murdering his former partner was suffering depression, this was "not sufficient to diminish" his responsibility for the killing. (Read More...)
Ulster Bank £5bn loan portfolio
Ulster Bank is proposing to sell a loan portfolio with an original value of almost £5bn. (Read More...)
NI troops level lowest since 1969
The number of soldiers based in Northern Ireland falls to its lowest level since the outbreak of the Troubles in 1969. (Read More...)
Ulster make two changes for Toulon
Ulster make two changes for their Champions Cup game against Toulon, with Stuart Olding and Roger Wilson coming into the side. (Read More...)
Romania match decision on Monday
News on whether Northern Ireland's match away to Romania must be played behind closed doors will be made on Monday. (Read More...)
Murder appeal to go to Supreme Court
Two dissident republicans jailed for the murder of Constable Stephen Carroll are to go before the UK's highest court in a bid to clear their names. (Read More...)
Drilling licence case 'cannot win'
An expired licence to carry out exploratory shale gas drilling in Fermanagh cannot be reinstated through a legal challenge, the High Court is told. (Read More...)
River pollution fines 'significant'
Recent fines for river pollution in County Down are significant, the environment agency has said. (Read More...)
Murphy unaware of exiled IRA abusers
A Sinn Féin MP says he has never heard of cases of alleged IRA sex abusers from Northern Ireland being sent to the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Plans for 1,000 more student flats
Two developers are considering submitting planning applications for another 1,000 student flats in Belfast city centre. (Read More...)
Work to resume at recycling plant
A County Antrim recycling firm which sent its workers home on Thursday, says work will begin as normal on Monday morning. (Read More...)
Police appeal as shot heard in city
Police are investigating reports that a shot was fired in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast on Thursday night. (Read More...)
Robber punches man in head at home
A man has been punched in the back of the head and knocked to the ground during a robbery at a house in south Belfast. (Read More...)
Fraudster ordered to repay tax
A Limavady businessman jailed for fraudulent VAT repayments has been ordered to pay £113,472 or serve a further three years in prison. (Read More...)
Community service for Limavady nurse
A nurse has been given community service for ill-treating an elderly patient with mental health difficulties in a County Londonderry nursing home. (Read More...)
Jobless rate 'needs united approach'
Politicians from two political parties in Londonderry have said they will be united in their approach in tackling unemployment in the city (Read More...)
Hit-and-run death driver jailed
A Birmingham man is jailed for causing the death of a 22-year-old Irish student by dangerous driving. (Read More...)
Higgins: 'Change must take place'
Irish President Michael D Higgins calls on the people of Northern Ireland to embrace "change" in dealing with the past and the legacy of the Troubles. (Read More...)
Woman dies after police car chase
A woman dies and five other people are injured after a car that was being chased by police crashed into another vehicle on a motorway in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Orangemen set to meet in GAA hall
Orangemen in County Donegal could be meeting in a GAA hall after a local club offered them the use of their premises. (Read More...)
In pictures: Derry in 1969
Battle of the Bogside photographs go on display (Read More...)
VIDEO: Rockport honour WW1 poet Weaving
School honours First World War poet and schoolmaster Willoughby Weaving. (Read More...)
IRA let down abuse victims - Adams
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams apologises to sex abuse victims "let down" by the IRA during the Troubles. (Read More...)
Ó Muilleoir becomes assembly member
Sinn Féin's Máirtín Ó Muilleoir is co-opted to the assembly as a South Belfast MLA and will also contest the general election in the constituency. (Read More...)
Department in redundancies admission
The Department of Education has said it did not manage last year's teacher redundancy scheme as well as it could. (Read More...)

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