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Pair injured in Poleglass shooting
Two men in their 30s are injured after being shot in the legs in Poleglass on the outskirts of west Belfast. (Read More...)
Man 'critical' after work incident
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after a workplace incident at a fuel company in Belfast's Harbour estate. (Read More...)
BBC rejects DUP's TV debates appeal
The DUP's Nigel Dodds says the BBC Trust's decision to reject the party's appeal to take part in TV election debates "defies belief". (Read More...)
'Christian firm' refuses gay request
An Irish printing firm declines a gay man's request to print invitations for his civil partnership ceremony, because of the company's Christian beliefs. (Read More...)
Punch brother wants charges dropped
A County Antrim man who was critically injured in Australia when he was allegedly punched by his brother, calls for the charges against him to be dropped. (Read More...)
McIlroy 11 shots off lead in Miami
Rory McIlroy's poor form continues as he shoots a one-over-par 73 in the first round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship. (Read More...)
Man charged over Armagh waste find
A man is charged with waste and land contamination offences following the discovery of a suspected fuel laundering plant in south Armagh. (Read More...)
Keane summonsed in road rage probe
Football star Roy Keane is summonsed to appear in court over an alleged road rage confrontation with a Greater Manchester taxi driver. (Read More...)
Murder accused would 'hurt no-one'
A 60-year-old man accused of shooting a man dead in a flat in Londonderry has denied he knew the victim and claimed he would not "hurt anybody", a court has heard. (Read More...)
Specialist doctor admits tax fraud
A former specialist doctor in Belfast admits four charges of cheating on his taxes. (Read More...)
Cliff warning after coastal erosion
A public safety warning is issued because severe weather along Northern Ireland's north coast has created unstable sand cliffs, some up to 18ft high. (Read More...)
Incendiary bomb found at police base
A controlled explosion is carried out on an incendiary bomb found in the grounds of Ballycastle Police Station in County Antrim. (Read More...)
Walsh murder appeal 'has no merit'
A woman's appeal against her conviction for the murder of a pensioner has "absolutely no merit", the Court of Appeal hears. (Read More...)
PSNI will 'have 200 fewer officers'
PSNI chief constable George Hamilton says the force is set to have 200 fewer officers next year than it needs. (Read More...)
No agreement over Brimstone proposal
A Stormont committee investigating the behaviour of a DUP adviser has said the social development minister has refused to find a way forward on the issue. (Read More...)
Firmus cuts gas bills for some homes
Firmus Energy, the gas supply company, is to cut prices for customers in the greater Belfast area, but prices will not change for those outside the city. (Read More...)
Stormont 'to turn green and orange'
Stormont, the home of Northern Ireland's devolved government, is to "go green" to mark St Patrick's Day and will turn orange on 12 July. (Read More...)
Firm denies GB plan after NI closure
A firm that is planning to close its Belfast call centre with 200 job losses has denied a report that it plans a major recruitment drive in England. (Read More...)
Teachers strike plan for 13 March
The Irish National Teachers Organisation says a vote by its members clears the way for industrial action, including a strike. (Read More...)
Pair threatened as car hijacked
A man and woman in their 20s are threatened during a car hijacking in the Finaghy area of south Belfast. (Read More...)
'Troubles link to mental health'
A new study claims the Troubles are linked to half the cases of mental health issues in Northern Ireland, a new report says. (Read More...)
Derry's Peace Bridge is first class
Londonderry's Peace Bridge is included in the Royal Mail's latest collection of first class stamps. (Read More...)
Bishops 'honoured' by city freedom
Two retired Londonderry bishops say they are 'honoured' to receive the freedom of the city. (Read More...)
Man has murder conviction quashed
A Londonderry man who was jailed for life for the murder of his pregnant ex-girlfriend has his conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal in Dublin. (Read More...)
Derry Journal photographer dies
Tributes are paid to the well known Derry Journal photographer Larry Doherty who has died aged 85. (Read More...)
Man on pig's head charge extradited
A man charged with sending a pig's head to the home of a police officer in County Clare is remanded in custody after being extradited to the Republic of Ireland from Spain. (Read More...)
Man held over girl abduction attempt
A man is arrested in County Kilkenny following a nationwide alert over an alleged attempted abduction of a child in County Laois. (Read More...)
Further bid for Aer Lingus expected
The Irish government expects International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) to make a further offer for its 25% stake in Aer Lingus. (Read More...)
Cardiff Airport jobs and route boost
Airline Flybe is to operate new routes flying from Cardiff Airport, creating 50 new jobs. (Read More...)
Funding for penalty inventor's grave
Fifa funding to refurbish the grave of penalty kick inventor (Read More...)

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