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Michael Gallagher says a council vote to oppose suspect Liam Campbell's extradition was "senseless".
10 July 2020
An internal report into events at the republican's cremation calls it a "low-key, dignified send off".
10 July 2020
The Parades Commission says there is a "high level of positive engagement" with most organisers.
10 July 2020
People arriving in NI from more than 50 countries including France and Spain no longer need to quarantine.
10 July 2020
The department is making up to £10,000 available to the schools to pay for staff, cleaning and food.
10 July 2020
Micheál Martin says he stands over advice that warns against travel off the island of Ireland.
10 July 2020
Taoiseach Micheál Martin expresses concerns about people coming into the Republic of Ireland.
10 July 2020
BBC News NI analyses the latest detailed figures from NI's statistics agency, Nisra.
10 July 2020
There will be extended opening hours so that as many patients as possible can be accommodated.
10 July 2020
Health officials urge social distancing as they confirm 77% of new cases are people aged under 25.
10 July 2020
Ten of NI's 11 councils record a rise in complaints about parties, loud TV and blaring music.
10 July 2020
NI gyms can open again with new measures in place such as booking systems and limited capacity.
10 July 2020
Figures from government statistics agency Nisra show Covid deaths have fallen for the ninth week.
10 July 2020
The lockdown has been eased in many areas, but some things remain as they were. Here's the latest guidance.
10 July 2020
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
10 July 2020
The contents of kitchen and bathroom bins were dumped on David Dunlop's land in Hillsborough.
10 July 2020
Majella O'Hare was 12 years old when she was shot dead by a soldier in 1976 on her way to church.
10 July 2020
Majella O'Hare was 12 years old when she was shot dead by a soldier in 1976 on her way to church in Armagh.
10 July 2020
The virus often causes pneumonia and can lead to the lungs being critically damaged.
09 July 2020
Queen's University and the Ulster University say they want to provide clarity for young people.
09 July 2020
The first student doctors are expected to begin their medical training in Londonderry in 2021
09 July 2020
Oral health groups will start be revived as quickly as possible, says the acting chief dental officer.
09 July 2020
Checks were carried out by police on pubs and restaurants after the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
09 July 2020
Emma Louise Aiken says it is "just so good" to have her mum home after 26 days in intensive care.
09 July 2020
Jackie Martin rushed back to the parlour, on his bike, with the easing of the coronavirus restrictions.
08 July 2020
A woman who had the implants says her mental scars are "as cutting as the physical ones".
08 July 2020
A woman who finally had pelvic mesh removed said the hardest part was feeling no-one believed her pain.
08 July 2020
Finance minister says the plans to kickstart the economy are "not ambitious enough".
08 July 2020
A DUP councillor says people from outside the area should be charged to bring waste over the border.
07 July 2020
Official government advice against all-non essential travel from Ireland is to remain in place.
06 July 2020
MLAs from Sinn Féin, DUP and the SDLP talk about funerals, weddings and quarantine.
06 July 2020
Garry Crothers, who lost an arm after a crash, is back in Derry after the 4,000 mile, 37-day voyage.
06 July 2020
A man in his 20s is in custody after shots were fired towards uniformed gardaí.
04 July 2020
The accused can be released from custody amid delays in the case due to the coronavirus pandemic.
03 July 2020
Ireland's health minister warns there are concerns of a second wave with a rise in foreign travel.
02 July 2020
The funeral of teenager Noah Donohoe has taken place in St Patrick's church in Belfast.
01 July 2020
A newly reopened addiction centre in Londonderry is experiencing lengthy waiting lists due to Covid-19.
30 June 2020