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Fresh approach to NI past 'vital'
Any new process which examines NI's past must have a "proportionate focus on the wrongdoing of paramilitaries" and less on the activities of the state, the secretary of state is due to say. (Read More...)
Fertiliser removed as van alert ends
A security alert in County Tyrone, that started after a van was stopped and two men arrested, is now over. (Read More...)
Belfast IT firm creates 50 new jobs
A Belfast-based IT firm is creating 50 "high quality" positions in the city, including software and engineering roles, as part of an expansion supported by Invest NI. (Read More...)
Anger at PSNI baton strike payout
The Police Federation criticises an award of £3,000 in damages to a woman struck by a police baton during disturbances outside a pub. (Read More...)
Man faces female doctors spy charge
A man is to stand trial accused of secretly filming female doctors for his own sexual gratification, a judge rules. (Read More...)
Anglo Irish Bank jury sent home
Jurors in the trial of three directors of the failed Anglo Irish Bank have still not reached a verdict after more than two days of deliberations. (Read More...)
School remembers dead Comber soldier
Comber Primary School marks its 75th anniversary by officially naming its assembly hall after former pupil Corporal Channing Day who was killed in Afghanistan. (Read More...)
Three brothers jailed over car chase
Three brothers who have over 200 criminal convictions are jailed for almost four years for stealing a car, jumping seven red lights and nearly knocking down a pensioner. (Read More...)
Man released over Belfast park murder
A 32-year-old man arrested in connection with the murder of a father-of-four in north Belfast is released without charge. (Read More...)
GAA before government committee
Finance was not a key priority for the GAA during negotiations with Sky Sports, an Irish government transport and communications committee hears. (Read More...)
Electricity bills set to fall in NI
Domestic electricity bills in Northern Ireland are to be reduced slightly, after a competition watchdog overruled Northern Ireland Electricity's plans to increase prices by £25 a year. (Read More...)
Stolen cars among 16 seized
Sixteen cars are recovered by police following a planned search of premises in County Down. (Read More...)
Black members fined over parade
Five members of the Royal Black Institution are found guilty of failing to comply with conditions imposed by the Parades Commission. (Read More...)
Out of town retail plans refused
Four major out of town retail applications in the Magherafelt area have been refused by Environment Minister Mark H Durkan. (Read More...)
Software company makes redundancies
US software company Vello Systems is understood to have made 15 staff at its Belfast office redundant. (Read More...)
Police officers lose anonymity case
Two police officers have lost an application for anonymity in a case where they are accused of trying to pervert the course of justice. (Read More...)
NI beaches' water quality acceptable
All of Northern Ireland's beaches have an acceptable level of water quality, according to the annual Good Beach guide, published on Tuesday. (Read More...)
Jobs to go at City of Derry Airport
The chairman of City of Derry Airport confirms jobs will go as part of major cost-cutting drive. (Read More...)
Engineering firm creating 18 jobs
County Tyrone firm Sean Nugent Engineering announces the creation of 18 jobs. (Read More...)
Fears over Lough Swilly bus jobs
A trade union says that time is running out to save 80 jobs at the Lough Swilly bus company following the appointment of a liquidator (Read More...)
Attacker 'worthless bit of humanity'
A district judge in Londonderry describes a homeless street drinker, who punched a 16-year-old girl, as a "worthless piece of humanity". (Read More...)
Man shot dead by lone attacker
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Protection sought for whistleblowers
Middle-ranking Irish police in County Donegal are calling for greater protection for whistleblowers. (Read More...)
Jobs boost as surgical firm expands
A company that develops surgical products announces plans to create 270 jobs in County Limerick over the next five years. (Read More...)
Assault victim dies in hospital
One of two men injured in an assault at an apartment in County Meath last week dies in hospital. (Read More...)
Sinn Féin: Banquet 'peace-building'
Martin McGuinness says his attendance at a banquet hosted by the Queen was about peace-building (Read More...)
Priest's Hallelujah wows wedding
Priest wows wedding guests with pop performance (Read More...)
President moved by UK reception
Irish President Michael D Higgins says he was moved by the reception he received as his four-day state visit to the UK ends. (Read More...)
Tebbit - McGuinness jibe was mistake
Lord Tebbit concedes that he made a mistake when he said he hoped Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness would be shot for attending a Royal banquet. (Read More...)
Report criticises IRA play park name
The Equality Commission criticises Newry and Mourne Council for retaining the name of a children's play park called after IRA hunger striker. (Read More...)


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