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Man is injured in Armagh explosion
A man is injured following an explosion in Crossmaglen, south Armagh (Read More...)
Missing woman search: Body found
Police investigating the disappearance of a 61-year-old woman in Antrim recover a body. (Read More...)
Performance at jail slips since 2010
A report into Magilligan Prison finds its performance has slipped since it was last inspected in 2010. (Read More...)
Call for no compensation from HIA
A former resident of a boy's home says there should be no compensation arising from the findings of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry. (Read More...)
Man who attacked uncle avoids jail
A man who subjected his uncle to a "savage" attack as he lay on a Glengormley restaurant floor is given a suspended sentence. (Read More...)
Murderer seeks to clear her name
A pharmacist jailed for murdering her elderly neighbour is to seek to introduce fresh evidence as part of a bid to clear her name. (Read More...)
Civil service exit scheme to launch
A scheme for voluntary redundancy within Northern Ireland's civil service will be launched next Monday. (Read More...)
Soldier jailed for raping woman
An English soldier who raped a woman in Belfast city centre is jailed for six years. (Read More...)
Gambler in prison apology to victims
An accountant jailed for stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds to fund his gambling addiction apologises to his victims from his prison cell. (Read More...)
Nervy Ireland beat UAE in World Cup
Kevin O'Brien and Gary Wilson hit fifties as Ireland recover from a nervy start to beat UAE by two wickets at the Gabba. (Read More...)
Royal visit continues despite alert
The Earl of Wessex continues with an official engagement in Belfast despite a security alert, that has now been declared a false alarm. (Read More...)
Girl hit by car now 'critically ill'
A teenage schoolgirl who was hit by a car in Belfast on Tuesday morning is now critically ill in hospital. (Read More...)
NI 'not dealing with troubled past'
Northern Ireland is still not dealing properly with issues relating to its troubled past, according to a new report by Amnesty International. (Read More...)
NI's Budget Bill passes final stage
The Budget Bill has passed its final stage in the Northern Ireland Assembly. (Read More...)
New NI website for eating disorders
A new website is being launched in Northern Ireland to help people living with eating disorders. (Read More...)
Limavady man jailed over attack
A man from Limavady, County Londonderry, who subjected another man to what a judge described as "an unmerciful beating" is jailed. (Read More...)
Two car collision in Derry
Emergency services are at the scene of a crash in Londonderry. (Read More...)
UU expansion 'to cost £70m a year'
An expansion of Ulster University's Magee campus expansion would mean finding recurring costs of almost £70m a year, DEL Minister Stephen Farry says. (Read More...)
Couple get £21K for ruined wedding
A couple who were wrongly arrested moments before their wedding ceremony are awarded more than £20,000 in compensation. (Read More...)
Man admits Croke Park tickets theft
A former deputy head of security at Croke Park who stole seven booklets of GAA season tickets in an effort to pay off his son's debt has avoided jail. (Read More...)
Irish cannot accept Aer Lingus offer
The Irish government says it cannot accept the current offer for airline Aer Lingus. (Read More...)
Apple invests 1.7bn euros in centres
Apple is to invest 1.7bn euros (£1.25bn) developing data centres in the Republic of Ireland and Denmark. (Read More...)
Police criticised over inquest delay
Police in the Republic of Ireland are accused of "dragging their feet" in providing documentation to an inquest into the deaths of 10 Protestant workmen murdered by the IRA. (Read More...)
Frampton expects to see off Avalos
Belfast's IBF world super-bantamweight champion Carl Frampton expects to beat Chris Avalos with style at the Odyssey Arena. (Read More...)
Street named after NI physicist
Belfast City Council has named a street after a NI physicist who demonstrated that Einstein's views on quantum mechanics were incorrect. (Read More...)
BBC Trust 'to meet over TV debate'
The DUP says the BBC Trust has agreed to consider the party's appeal against its exclusion from the BBC's general election TV debate. (Read More...)
Church support for conscience clause
The Catholic Church says it supports the general objective of a DUP Private Member's Bill seeking to build a conscience clause into equality law. (Read More...)
SDLP takes issue over McCreesh vote
The SDLP leadership is having discussions with its party councillors in Newry and Mourne after the council agreed to retain the name of a park called after an IRA man. (Read More...)
Farry defends workplace fund process
Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry defends his handling of applications to a fund that helps people train for the workplace. (Read More...)
Translink in jobs cuts to save £2m
Translink is to make some managers redundant following a review of senior staff and administration costs. (Read More...)


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