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Martin O'Neill says the 1-1 draw with the Netherlands was further evidence his team can prosper at Euro 2016.
Michael O'Neill said Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 send-off "couldn't have gone any better" as they beat Belarus 3-0.
Strikers sparkle as NI see off Belarus
Republic of Ireland concede a late equaliser against Netherlands in their penultimate fixture ahead of Euro 2016.
Sir Kenneth Branagh back in home city
Northern Ireland beat Belarus 3-0 in their final home match before competing in the Euro 2016 finals in France next month.
The Undertones are celebrating 40 years together and have recorded an anniversary show for BBC Radio Ulster and Radio Foyle.
First Minister Arlene Foster has said she wants to address one of the biggest issues in education in Northern Ireland - the transfer tests.
A County Tyrone man who admitted beating his children with a belt is given a combined probation and community service order.
Police in the Republic of Ireland investigating a number of fatal shootings in Dublin arrest three men.
Motorcycle racer Ryan Farquhar is moved out of intensive care and his condition is described as stable as he recovers from his North West 200 crash.
A victim of abuse at Kincora Boys' Home fails to overturn a ruling that investigations be conducted by the Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry.
Component parts for an explosive device are found during a security alert in Strabane, County Tyrone.
The Northern Ireland Executive priorities for the next five years show a major focus on the economy.
Spelling bee champion, 11, wows US audience after spelling the word for Irish prime minister.
The murder of Irish woman Jill Meagher in Australia could have been prevented, a coroner says
Four schools in Northern Ireland receive threats on Friday, three days after others received hoax bomb calls.
Belfast archer Patrick Huston will compete in the Olympics after finishing third at the European qualifying event in Nottingham.
A house in County Down scoops the award for Northern Ireland's building of the year.
Rory McIlroy believes his Irish Open victory can be the foundation for a successful challenge at this summer's three majors.
Rory McIlroy hopes to build on a first Irish Open success by emulating his summer of 2014, when he won the Open and US PGA titles.
How could the referendum result affect those living along the border between NI and Republic of Ireland?
A teenage girl has her hair singed after being targeted by a gang with an aerosol can and cigarette lighter in Londonderry.
Will Grigg and Lee Hodson appear to have grabbed the final two places in Northern Ireland's squad for Euro 2016.
Letters written by former first minister Ian Paisley shed light on his time in prison
Northern Ireland's new finance minister, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, said he wants the executive to have greater power to borrow money.
A major search is launched for a crewman who is feared to have gone overboard a ferry off the Pembrokeshire coast.
The Canadian ambassador to Ireland tackles a protester at a ceremony to honour British soldiers killed in the 1916 Easter Rising.
The new Northern Ireland Executive agrees a draft framework for the programme for government.
The new Northern Ireland Executive agrees a draft framework for the programme for government.
Seventy DeLorean cars made famous by Back To The Future movies cruise through Belfast
The Canadian ambassador to Ireland tackles a protester who tried to disrupt a ceremony to honour British soldiers killed during the 1916 Easter Rising.
A cross-party groups of MLAs have warned that leaving the EU would damage the local economy
Northern Ireland people have, on average, the lowest disposable incomes of any UK region.
A new team of ministers has been appointed to the Northern Ireland power-sharing executive, with most jobs shared out between the DUP and Sinn Féin.
Claire Sugden goes from parliamentary assistant to justice minister
The developer of Belfast's Odyssey Pavilion is banned as a company director for six years.
The population of Northern Ireland is projected to rise by 5.3% to 1,938,700 by 2024.
Watch the latest Northern Ireland weather forecast
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.