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Rory McIlroy says "common sense prevailed" after three players from the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series lost a court bid against the PGA Tour to play in the FedEx Cup Play-offs.
10 August 2022
Those at a mums and toddlers group tell BBC News NI about their worries as costs continue to rise.
10 August 2022
Nadhim Zahawi to meet ministers again next week to try to agree a way to deliver a £400 energy bill discount.
10 August 2022
Damien Heagney, 47, was last seen on New Year's Eve and police now believe he was murdered.
10 August 2022
More than 1,000 council staff in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon will go on strike from Monday.
10 August 2022
A County Antrim butcher says people are worried earlier than ever over how they'll afford Christmas.
10 August 2022
Leona Maguire is giving pop star Niall Horan a run for his money in the popularity stakes at this week's World Invitational in Northern Ireland.
10 August 2022
The Irish Rugby Football Union bans transgender women from competing in female contact rugby games after a review of the governing body's transgender policy.
10 August 2022
Robert Pope ran the almost 130-mile route from Galway to Dublin in just 23 hours and 39 minutes.
10 August 2022
Victor Hamilton's body was found in the driveway of his home in Orkney Drive, Ballymena, in July.
10 August 2022
Restoration work on the flagship premises is almost complete after it was gutted in a fire in 2018.
10 August 2022
With Linfield in the middle of what could be a European journey like no other, manager David Healy explains why he is not willing to carry any passengers.
10 August 2022
Homes in the Norglen Parade area were evacuated after the suspicious object was found.
10 August 2022
Fishermen in County Down have been landing much more than their daily catch.
10 August 2022
Over the past year, fishermen have brought in the equivalent of 1,100 bins bags full of rubbish.
10 August 2022
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
10 August 2022
John McDermott says he always wanted to compete in a triathlon but could not swim.
10 August 2022
Dr Caroline Campbell is the first female director of the National Gallery of Ireland.
10 August 2022
Conor Burns, who moved to England as a child, reflects on the Red Lines podcast on his background.
10 August 2022
Met Éireann says temperatures of between 27C and 29C are expected from Thursday.
09 August 2022
Relive Northern Ireland's record-breaking haul of 18 medals from the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
09 August 2022
Peter Gearóid Cavanagh is charged with murdering Ms McKee in Londonderry on 8 April 2019.
09 August 2022
Skateboarders in Portrush have renewed calls for a skatepark in the north coast town.
09 August 2022
Edward Daly waving a bloodied handkerchief on Bloody Sunday became a defining image of the Troubles.
08 August 2022
After a sensational night at the Commonwealth Games, Northern Ireland's five boxing gold medallists can look ahead to a bright future.
07 August 2022
It is understood that the victim was Seán McCarthy, 28, of Poppintree and that he had been shot.
07 August 2022
A first-time father from County Down sets up a support group for other men with young children.
07 August 2022
Hundreds of historic buildings are on the Heritage at Risk in Northern Ireland register.
07 August 2022
Dillon Quirke was taken off the field during the match on Friday but later died in hospital.
06 August 2022
Patrick McDaid will now be able to attend the mental health counselling programme in County Donegal.
05 August 2022
Police say it is highly likely some of the 120kg of cocaine would have ended up in Northern Ireland.
05 August 2022
The petrol bomb caused damage to the furniture, floor and ceiling of the house in Coleraine.
05 August 2022
A 50-year-old man and a 62-year-old woman got into difficulty in waters near Ballybunion beach.
05 August 2022
Leo Varadkar says there are genuine reasons accommodation costs have risen including huge demand.
05 August 2022
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