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Ulster are rewarded for their patience as they win at Northampton to reach the European Challenge Cup semi-finals.
10 April 2021
BBC News NI charts the rioting in several towns and cities since the end of March.
10 April 2021
Rachael Blackmore becomes the first female jockey to win the Grand National with victory on Minella Times at Aintree.
10 April 2021
On the Good Friday Agreement's anniversary, the Irish PM warns against a "spiral back" to violence.
10 April 2021
Michael D Higgins says the Eurovision songwriter's death "will have been heard with sadness by so many".
10 April 2021
More than 70 firefighters were sent to deal with the blaze at Abbey Upholsterers in Carrickfergus.
10 April 2021
Another 146 people have tested positive for the virus, with 10 patients in intensive care.
10 April 2021
It is just over four months since Joanna Sloan became the first person in NI to receive the vaccine.
10 April 2021
As online books of condolence open, a 41-gun salute is fired at the Queen's official residence in NI.
10 April 2021
Alliance Avenue was closed until Saturday morning due to a security alert.
10 April 2021
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
10 April 2021
Memories of the Duke of Edinburgh's visits to Northern Ireland have been shared following his death.
10 April 2021
A livestream "TV" programme has helped adults with learning disabilities stay connected during lockdown.
10 April 2021
Cara Murphy from Hillsborough was commissioned to design the prize for this year's race at Aintree.
10 April 2021
Travellers from the US, Canada and France are among those who will be required to stay in hotels.
09 April 2021
Politicians and public figures from Northern Ireland pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.
09 April 2021
BBC News NI's Gareth Gordon looks back at the Duke of Edinburgh's association with Northern Ireland.
09 April 2021
Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill says she knows the Royal Family will be "hurting".
09 April 2021
Tributes are paid to the Duke of Edinburgh following his death at the age of 99.
09 April 2021
Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster has paid tribute to Prince Philip.
09 April 2021
From a Belfast shipyard to Hillsborough Castle, a look at the Duke of Edinburgh's visits to NI.
09 April 2021
Between 1949 and 2017, the Duke of Edinburgh visited the island of Ireland nearly 60 times.
09 April 2021
Twelve deaths were registered in Northern Ireland up to 2 April, seven fewer than the previous week.
09 April 2021
About 18,500 people took part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch survey in Northern Ireland.
09 April 2021
About 14,000 people in that age group booked an appointment within the first two hours.
08 April 2021
The period featured both lockdown measures and a short relaxation of restrictions before Christmas.
08 April 2021
The announcement applies to adults in Northern Ireland without underlying medical conditions.
07 April 2021
Customers are paying tribute to Akram Hussein who died after chasing a robber from the store.
07 April 2021
The review will look at improving the rail network between cities across the island of Ireland.
07 April 2021
A UK company that owns the childhood home of Violet Gibson in Dublin agrees to a commemoration plaque.
07 April 2021
Three Irish teaching unions back a motion calling for the profession to be re-prioritised
07 April 2021
BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack answers readers' questions about the latest steps to ease lockdown.
06 April 2021
A third person is also seriously injured following the collision on Tuesday morning.
06 April 2021
Community leaders call for calm after 12 officers are injured in seven nights of violence.
06 April 2021
PSNI district commander Darrin Jones appeals for calm and says the violence "is achieving nothing".
05 April 2021
A care home also came under attack, which police say caused "untold fear and distress" to residents.
03 April 2021
Infection and death rates stay static but hospital figures are down and vaccine numbers keep rising.
03 April 2021
Politicians and police appeal for calm after a fourth consecutive night of unrest in the Waterside.
02 April 2021
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