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Police said the searches in the New Lodge area are part of an investigation into serious crime.
21 June 2021
The group swam from Scotland to NI in just over eight hours, after abandoning a first attempt.
21 June 2021
Outgoing First Minister Paul Givan has "encouraged" Sir Jeffrey Donaldson to run for the DUP leadership.
21 June 2021
The air ambulance is sent to the scene of a four-vehicle crash near Moira, County Down.
21 June 2021
The EU will try to resolve the sensitive issue, says Ireland's European commissioner.
21 June 2021
Kathleen Thompson, 47, was killed outside her home in Creggan in Londonderry in November 1971.
21 June 2021
Another 133 people test positive for coronavirus in the 24-hour period up to Monday morning.
21 June 2021
The former paratrooper faces two counts of murder and five of attempted murder on Bloody Sunday.
21 June 2021
The Northern Ireland food businesses is expanding its production in the whey protein market.
21 June 2021
The move will secure more than 1,100 jobs and ensure continuity of care for about 650 residents.
21 June 2021
The ex-North Down MLA, who quit his post due to illness, is described as a "true gentleman".
21 June 2021
BBC News NI explains what is happening within the DUP and its wider implications for devolution.
21 June 2021
One arrest is made after a man in his 60s dies within minutes of the attack in Firhouse.
21 June 2021
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
21 June 2021
Since receiving the world's first Covid-19 vaccine, Ms Keenan has stayed in contact with the nurse who administered it.
20 June 2021
The Irish deputy PM says for some it will "always be the wrong time" to talk about Irish unification.
20 June 2021
It is thought to be the first time the native squirrel has bred in the Carnfunnock area for decades.
20 June 2021
A number of kittens were born in recent weeks after efforts to re-introduce the native species.
20 June 2021
This week marks 100 years since the NI Parliament was opened by the King amid sectarian violence.
20 June 2021
The scheme is set to come into effect from 19 July for travellers in the Republic of Ireland.
19 June 2021
Artist Wolfgang Buttress, creator of Belfast landmark RISE, returns to NI with a new exhibition.
19 June 2021
A teenager was inspired to create an animation about the NHS staff who saved his grandad's life.
19 June 2021
Sunburn is still a danger - even on a cloudy staycation in Northern Ireland.
19 June 2021
Local residents are asked to be tested as a "precautionary measure" after Delta variant cases found.
18 June 2021
Edwin Poots was surrounded by press as he left DUP headquarters, following the meeting of party officers.
18 June 2021
A previous decision against a family's wishes was based on racial prejudice, a judgment finds.
17 June 2021
The indicative date for an easing of restrictions would have seen live music return to venues
17 June 2021
Residents are invited for tests after a number of "probable cases" were identified.
17 June 2021
Irish Further Education Minister Simon Harris defends comments made by his party leader.
17 June 2021
The chief medical officer says the pace of the spread could be controlled if more people are vaccinated.
16 June 2021
Derry and Strabane District Council heard on Tuesday that there will be a revised format for the event.
16 June 2021
Both the DUP and UUP say they will not be nominating to the council group this year.
15 June 2021
Marlin Equity Partners buys a majority share in online training company Learning Pool.
15 June 2021
Ryan McCready of Derry City and Strabane Council says he is "no longer compatible" with the DUP.
14 June 2021
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