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Rosebud Cottages in Londonderry is closing to deal with "current challenges", the Western Trust says.
03 December 2021
Amanda Brown, who was abused by David Tweed from the age of eight, says an apology "won't cut it".
03 December 2021
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
03 December 2021
The Year '21 presenters reflect on its year-long weekly look at Northern Ireland's creation.
03 December 2021
About £2.7m is being paid out as part of the Creative Individuals Recovery Programme (CIRP).
03 December 2021
Issues under discussion will include how to guarantee the supply of medicines from GB to NI.
03 December 2021
A number of Belfast officers are carrying the drug Naloxone, which reverses some types of overdoses.
03 December 2021
The total number of coronavirus-linked deaths recorded by the Department of Health is 2,881.
02 December 2021
The Royal Dublin Golf Club has not had any female members since it opened in 1885.
02 December 2021
Anne Donaghy denies what she calls “unsubstantiated allegations” and sues on disability grounds.
02 December 2021
People in Northern Ireland will have to provide proof of their Covid-19 status to access certain venues.
02 December 2021
The suspected case in County Tyrone flock is as a "very worrying development", says a senior vet.
02 December 2021
John Lennon's widow and son give away 50 limited edition discs of Happy Xmas (War Is Over).
02 December 2021
The Department of Health says about 50,000 people have applied to the scheme since Monday.
02 December 2021
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says Covid is no joking matter in response to Sammy Wilson's tweet.
02 December 2021
Two men appear in court in Ballymena charged with attempted murder over the attack in October.
02 December 2021
It was fined €24.5m (£20.8m) for failing to have the proper framework in place for a big IT disruption.
02 December 2021
The council says other projects could be affected if they don't get help with airport funding.
02 December 2021
The former shirt factory site in Londonderry's cityside has been lying derelict for many years.
02 December 2021
A coroner finds Thomas Friel's death was probably the result of head injuries caused by a missile.
01 December 2021
Belfast-based activist group the Array Collective are the winners of the prestigious Turner Prize 2021.
01 December 2021
Array Collective took this year's award for tackling taboo topics in Northern Ireland.
01 December 2021
A long-awaited report is made public but its proposals are unlikely to be implemented any time soon.
01 December 2021
Some staff at Queen's and Ulster universities are beginning three days of strike action.
01 December 2021
It has also been the dullest autumn in 75 years, according to figures from the Met Office.
01 December 2021
The body of Edward Meenan, 52, was found in Creggan Street in Londonderry in November 2018.
01 December 2021
Covid rules have been strengthened in response to concern over the newly-identified Omicron variant.
01 December 2021
Irish health authorities say it is linked to travel from southern Africa.
01 December 2021
The Football Association of Ireland says verbal abuse and worse is causing two-thirds of its referees to quit within two years.
01 December 2021
Children in third class and up will be required to wear face masks at school from Wednesday.
01 December 2021
The National Association of Head Teachers NI says there are not enough sub teachers in the system.
01 December 2021
Ezinne Nwosu became lord mayor of Belfast for the day and says wearing the chain is the exciting part.
30 November 2021
The Labour Party's new NI spokesperson is described as a "very hotly-rated" figure at Westminster.
30 November 2021
From Friday, travellers will need to show results from a PCR test or a lateral flow test.
30 November 2021
Businesses have said there is a lack of clarity around how they should enforce the Covid-19 certification scheme.
29 November 2021
First Minister Paul Givan reiterates his party's opposition to the scheme calling it shambolic.
29 November 2021
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