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Gobbins attraction reopens to public
Derek Sheils and William Dunlop share the top honours at the Cookstown 100 by securing two victories apiece.
Paddy Jackson scores 18 points as Ulster strengthen their grip on a Pro12 play-off place with a 30-6 victory against Leinster.
Man dies after carbon monoxide incident
Warrenpoint Town are relegated from the Irish Premiership after sensational finishes to two crucial games.
Ards secure their return to the Irish Premiership by beating Loughgall 3-0 to clinch the Championship One title.
A 19-year-old man has been shot in the leg in the New Lodge area of north Belfast.
A couple and their young child have escaped injury after an arson attack in Banbridge.
Police have charged a 23-year-old man with the rape of a woman in County Tyrone.
A 60-year-old man has been found dead at a house in Newcastle, County Down, which was the scene of a major incident involving carbon monoxide poisoning.
A County Antrim tourist attraction, which was closed after storms caused landslides in January, has re-opened to the public.
The two largest parties in the Republic of Ireland reach agreement on the shape of a future government.
Belfast Marathon through the years
Extension at Belfast's Waterfront Hall opens
Sinn Féin is criticised over "lack of clarity" over the cost of cutting the rate of corporation tax.
The rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) have been forced to cancel their Dublin gig due to illness.
DUP source in North Antrim says two of the party's candidates were "on a solo run" when they posed for a photograph with a former UUP MLA.
The Public Prosecution Service (PPS) receives a complaint about the sentence given to the drunk driver who killed 18-year-old Enda Dolan.
School sets new world record for 'sit-ups' while raising thousands of pounds for charity
The PUP launches its assembly election manifesto under the slogan "the change we need and the voice you want".
A man has pleaded guilty at Londonderry Crown Court to raping a woman in a park in the Waterside area of the city 18 months ago.
A man in his 30s from County Tyrone has pleaded guilty to beating his son and daughter, who were under 10, with a belt.
Danske Bank in Northern Ireland made a pre-tax profit of £35m in the first three months of 2016.
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Remembering the first Belfast City Marathon
The body of Ecuador earthquake victim Sister Clare Crockett, from Londonderry, is to arrive back in Ireland later.
Fifteen retiring MLAs from Stormont are in line for a special one-off "resettlement grant" worth almost £500,000 between them.
Young people in west Belfast air their views on unemployment ahead of the assembly election
Almost one in five young people are unemployed in Northern Ireland, according to latest figures.
Bombardier wins $5.6bn (£3.84bn) order for its C Series passenger planes from American airline Delta.
Stormont loading... a guide to the Northern Ireland Assembly Election 2016
Planning permission has been granted for a new national children's hospital in Dublin
BBC News NI announces multi-platform coverage of election
Drivers on the Luas tram system in Dublin begin a one-day strike over a pay dispute.
UN intervenes in case of 20-year-old Irish man imprisoned without trial for more than two-and-a-half years.
The Department of Social Development (DSD) pulls out of a £300m development project in Belfast.
Ryanair announces three new routes to Poland from its hub at Belfast International Airport.
A total of 276 candidates will stand in next month's Northern Ireland Assembly election.
Elections in Northern Ireland's second city are always strongly contested and closely watched, but this year the poll in Foyle will be all the more symbolic and significant because of a showdown between the nationalist parties and their Stormont leaders.
The Northern Ireland secretary is accused of withholding sensitive information about briefings given to government ministers before a group known as the Hooded Men were interrogated by the Army in 1971.
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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.