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Rory McIlroy fears he might only get two attempts to win an Olympic medal and will go all out to win in Rio.
Northern Ireland is the most economically equal part of the UK, new research suggests.
Voters get the opportunity on Thursday to decide who should represent them in the next Northern Ireland Assembly.
A vandalised rail line in County Down could have derailed a train carrying passengers on a May Day trip, a railway organisation says.
The man accused of murdering prison officer Adrian Ismay has been granted bail.
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.
An investigation is underway after the body of a newborn baby girl was found at a recycling facility in the Republic of Ireland.
County Down swimmer Bethany Firth clinches a silver medal for Britain at the IPC European Championships in Madeira.
Rory McIlroy pulls out of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, but says he is close to removing the "bad habits" from his game.
A nursing director says she wants to apologise to the family of a dying cancer patient who waited hours on a hospital trolley before a bed became available.
Paddy Jackson is currently Ireland's form fly-half ahead of Johnny Sexton says Ulster's Franco van der Merwe.
A 34-year-old man who downloaded thousands of images of children being sexually abused is released on probation.
The head of Northern Ireland's Education Authority (EA) warns it is facing "very real pressures" as a result of a £22m reduction in its budget.
A young woman from south Armagh accused of running a bomb-making factory for dissident republicans has been acquitted of all charges.
Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Enda Kenny says he is hopeful a deal with independents to form a new government could be signed off by Wednesday or Thursday morning.
Belfast Giants captain Adam Keefe signs a new deal which will see him remain with the club for next season.
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A 61-year-old company director appears at Londonderry Magistrates Court charged in connection with the murder of Paul McCauley.
How a Galway basket maker made a gift fit for a princess.
The public tram system in the Irish capital faces a 10th day of shutdown as part of the long-running dispute over drivers' pay.
Commercial vegetable growers are urged to band together to have greater influence with the supermarkets.
A radical plan to deal with inquests into controversial killings during the Troubles is put on hold after the Stormont Executive failed to agree on a request for funding.
Lots of us find reason to complain about the weather, but none are more affected than those whose livelihoods depend on it.
Fold and Helm Housing Associations to merge together to create Northern Ireland's largest housing association
American footballer Alex Collins uses Irish dancing as part of his training.
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.
A 27-year-old man is shot in the arms and legs in an attack in Dublin.
As the race to Stormont comes to a close, BBC News NI's economics editor John Campbell asks has austerity come to an end?
Stormont loading... a guide to the Northern Ireland Assembly Election 2016
BBC News NI announces multi-platform coverage of election
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.