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Woman charged with murdering baby
Police charge a 30-year-old woman with the murder of her baby in Belfast. (Read More...)
Anglo Irish bank pair found guilty
Two former Anglo Irish bank chiefs have been found guilty of making loans designed to illegally prop up the bank's share price. (Read More...)
NI announces first Games competitors
Northern Ireland name an initial batch of 33 competitors from five sports who will compete at the Commonwealth Games. (Read More...)
Charity fears closure over horse row
A County Antrim charity that rescues abandoned horses says it will have to shut because of a massive bill it says it is owed by Belfast City Council. (Read More...)
Sinn Féin MP says sorry to bishop
A Sinn Féin MP apologises to the Bishop of Dromore for a letter written by party members that misquotes and misrepresents his position on abortion. (Read More...)
Prison officer murder accused bailed
A County Armagh man accused of murdering prison officer David Black can be released on bail, a High Court judge rules. (Read More...)
333 new call centre jobs for Derry
More than 300 call centre jobs are to be created in Londonderry as a result of an investment by an American corporation. (Read More...)
20-year-old woman sexually assaulted
A 20-year-old woman is the victim of a serious sexual assault in the Callan Bridge area of Armagh. (Read More...)
Arsonists attack community centre
A community centre in Newtownabbey is set to be out of operation for days or possibly weeks after being attacked by arsonists. (Read More...)
Clarity urged on home admissions
Stormont Health Minister Edwin Poots is urged to clarify if the admissions policy on NHS care homes will be changed, following a reprieve for 18 facilities. (Read More...)
Disappeared case pair are released
Two more women arrested by detectives investigating the 1972 abduction and murder of Belfast woman Jean McConville are released pending reports to the PPS. (Read More...)
'Ammunition find' after arson attack
Police find what they believe to be ammunition after the emergency services were called to the scene of an arson attack in north Belfast. (Read More...)
NI buildings win architecture awards
Four Northern Ireland buildings win awards for architectural excellence from the Royal Institute of British Architects. (Read More...)
Irish 'Little Britain' sale agreed
One of the last British Legion halls in the Republic of Ireland has been agreed for sale, despite a public campaign to turn it into a World War One memorial. (Read More...)
Shopping centre sold for £7.4m
The Mall shopping centre in Armagh is sold to a London-based property firm for £7.4m. (Read More...)
RBS: No evidence of small firm fraud
Royal Bank of Scotland says law firm Clifford Chance has cleared it over allegations that it forced small firms to close so it could make a profit. (Read More...)
Health portal 'could save millions'
A new online portal could save the health service in Northern Ireland millions of pounds. (Read More...)
Gang attacks man with baseball bats
A masked gang attacks a 29-year-old man with baseball bats in west Belfast. in what police are describing as "a paramilitary-style attack". (Read More...)
Lough Swilly 'to cease trading'
A trade union says that the Lough Swilly bus company will stop trading this weekend with the loss of 80 jobs (Read More...)
Woman banned from keeping animals
A 34-year-old woman has been disqualified from keeping any animal for ten years after she pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to a family pet (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...)
Travellers 'must have ethnic status'
The Irish state must grant Travellers official status as a recognised ethnic minority group, a parliamentary committee in Dublin has said. (Read More...)
50 jobs to be shed at Irish Examiner
More than 50 jobs are to go at the Irish Examiner newspaper group, owned by Landmark Media, which is based in Cork in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Bomber's death due to medication mix
The convicted IRA bomber, Dolours Price, died as the result of taking a toxic mix of prescribed medications, an inquest rules. (Read More...)
Man shot dead by lone attacker
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland. (Read More...)
Cross replica installed at cathedral
An exact replica of the iconic Downpatrick High Cross, weighing around one tonne, is installed in front of Down Cathedral in time for Easter. (Read More...)
Liam Neeson: Save our horse carriages
What in the World: An actor stands up for Central Park carriage rides, Brazilian prostitutes anticipate World Cup surge, and Iranian media react to UN ambassador row. (Read More...)
Fresh approach to NI past 'vital'
Any new process which examines NI's past must have a more "proportionate focus on the wrongdoing of paramilitaries" and less on the activities of the state, says the secretary of state. (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...)

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