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Gun attack on house 'was hate crime'
A family of seven escape injury in a gun attack on a house in west Belfast in an incident being treated as a hate crime by police. (Read More...)
Further IT problems for Ulster Bank
Ulster Bank, a subsidiary of RBS, reports problems with its computer systems, as some customers are debited twice for cash machine withdrawals. (Read More...)
Police station alert 'was a hoax'
A suspicious object discovered at a police station in west Belfast has turned out to be a hoax. (Read More...)
Car crime victim must pay £200 bill
A woman from west Belfast is left with a bill for more than £200 to get her car back after it was stolen and later found by the police. (Read More...)
Ten candidates for NI Euro seats
Ten candidates will be vying for three European parliament seats in Northern Ireland, it has been confirmed. (Read More...)
Ulster sign lock Van der Merwe
South African lock Franco van der Merwe will play at Ravenhill next season after agreeing a two-year deal with Ulster. (Read More...)
Paramilitary funeral for republican
Masked men flank the coffin of former dissident republican Tommy Crossan who was murdered in west Belfast on Good Friday. (Read More...)
Probation for nurse who taped mouth
A nurse in the Republic of Ireland who admitted taping a patient's mouth to keep him quiet is given the Probation Act. (Read More...)
Sisters win case over father's will
Two sisters win a High Court battle to have their mother removed from administering their late father's multi-million pound estate. (Read More...)
Parties complain about posters theft
A number of Northern Ireland's political parties complain about the theft of posters for the upcoming European and local council elections. (Read More...)
Drinks company creating 25 jobs
Twenty five jobs are being created by the soft drinks firm C&C in south Belfast over the next two years. (Read More...)
Long queues for Giro curtain raiser
Organisers of the Giro d'Italia opening ceremony in Belfast blame 'extremely high demand' for long delays online faced by people trying to secure tickets. (Read More...)
Disposable income 'half UK average'
Disposable income in Northern Ireland households is increasing but is less than half of the UK average, according to an economic consultancy. (Read More...)
Crues-Reds game switched to Solitude
The Premiership game between Crusaders and Irish League champions Cliftonville on Saturday will now be played at Solitude. (Read More...)
More spent on prescriptions in NI
Prescription medicines cost the health service in Northern Ireland significantly more per patient than the rest of the UK. (Read More...)
Cars destroyed and damaged in Antrim
Two cars are destroyed and a number of others damaged in a spate of attacks in Antrim. (Read More...)
Plans for new Belfast student block
Plans are submitted to build a nine-storey, 200 bedroom student accommodation block next to the University of Ulster's new Belfast campus. (Read More...)
Man knocked unconscious in attack
A man is knocked unconscious in Londonderry in what police have called a sectarian attack. (Read More...)
Ambulance theft puts 'lives at risk'
An independent ambulance service says lives have been put in danger after £10,000 worth of equipment was stolen from one of its vehicles in Londonderry. (Read More...)
Men released in dissident inquiry
Three men arrested in Derry in relation to dissident republican activity are released unconditionally. (Read More...)
Woman told to stay out of Limavady
A woman charged with assaulting a female and witness intimidation is ordered to stay out of Limavady. (Read More...)
Police target drivers using phones
Police in the Republic of Ireland launch a crackdown on motorists who use their mobile phones while driving. (Read More...)
E-cigarette ban in health facilities
The use of electronic cigarettes in health facilities in the Republic of Ireland is to be banned. (Read More...)
Radical education shake-up proposed
The Irish education minister has proposed a radical shake-up of the further education sector, a day after he was heckled and booed by a teachers' union. (Read More...)
Home security firm creates 230 jobs
A home security company creates 230 jobs by expanding its operations in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Radcliffe play wows Broadway critics
Harry Potter star impresses Broadway with Irish accent (Read More...)
VIDEO: Row over Irish dancing make-up ban
The Irish Dancing Commission has recently stopped children under the age of 10 from wearing make-up during competitions. (Read More...)
Adams 'gave IRA bomb order' - claim
A former IRA member makes new allegations about Gerry Adams, claiming the Sinn Féin leader ordered him to transport explosives to Great Britain for a bombing campaign in 1980. (Read More...)
Elections voting deadline warning
An independent elections watchdog warns there is only two weeks left for voters to register to be eligible to vote in May's local government and European elections. (Read More...)
Funeral for independent unionist
Independent unionist David McClarty is described as a "talented raconteur" during his funeral service in County Londonderry. (Read More...)


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