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Members of the NI Affairs Committee are "dismayed" at a lack of consultation over government plans.
26 October 2020
Turbines have since been ruled ineligible after 52 owners received emergency coronavirus funding.
26 October 2020
The man, aged in his 40s, was taken to hospital after the incident in Creeslough Walk in west Belfast.
26 October 2020
The rescue team says it has helped 40 people since lockdown lifted.
26 October 2020
The money is part of £29m previously agreed by the executive to support culture, arts and heritage.
26 October 2020
Health minister says data also shows rise in the number of children in care during the pandemic.
26 October 2020
Irish president says concerns about the controversial bill must be addressed.
25 October 2020
A medical ward is closed as approximately five patients and six staff are affected.
25 October 2020
A surge in demand from online shoppers means the company is looking for 33,000 temporary workers.
25 October 2020
The EU's Michel Barnier will stay in London, rather than returning to Brussels later.
25 October 2020
The 37-year-old was arrested as part of an investigation into criminality linked to the North Antrim UDA.
25 October 2020
The GAA must increase its contribution to the redevelopment Casement Park to help cover the project's £33m shortfall, says Carál Ní Chuilín.
25 October 2020
Long waiting times in NI are likely to rise further due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
25 October 2020
Waiting times for children's spinal surgery in NI are likely to increase above a year due to the pandemic.
25 October 2020
The lives, loves and experiences of people as old as Northern Ireland itself.
25 October 2020
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
25 October 2020
A man is found in a "hide" behind a sofa in a County Down house after reports of suspicious behaviour.
24 October 2020
The infrastructure minister has been given powers needed to 'urgently' administer funding package.
24 October 2020
Masonry, bricks and bottles were thrown at officers following trouble in north Belfast on Friday night.
24 October 2020
The rogue gene still active in mid Ulster and the row over a 237-year-old skeleton.
24 October 2020
Rebecca Logan, a 39-year-old fitness instructor. says she was "completely floored" by coronavirus.
24 October 2020
There are warnings a batch of Virapro may cause skin problems, eye irritation and headaches.
23 October 2020
Gardaí are not looking for anyone else after a woman and her infant son were found dead on Thursday.
23 October 2020
There have been 2,030 confirmed Covid cases in schools since the start of term, says the Public Health Agency.
23 October 2020
A consultant has urged the public to take "practical measures" to protect themselves from injury.
23 October 2020
Its young stars hope the anarchic road movie will give "light-hearted relief" from pandemic worries.
22 October 2020
The Belfast Trust says a rise in Covid-19 admissions has continued to place pressure on hospitals.
22 October 2020
Chancellor Rishi Sunak increases support for firms and workers as lockdown restrictions spread.
22 October 2020
Jim Roddy warns the retail sector is facing a major crisis because of Covid-19 restrictions
22 October 2020
Irish police are asking drivers about their journey at a checkpoint between Newry and Dundalk.
22 October 2020
Taoiseach Micheál Martin gives a special address setting out his government's plans to reach out.
22 October 2020
The new rules will be backed by fines for people hosting house parts and travelling beyond the 5km limit.
21 October 2020
Business owners have reacted to the NI Executive's reasoning for the new Covid-19 restrictions.
21 October 2020
Staff at the Ulster Hospital's intensive care unit urge the public to follow Covid-19 restrictions.
21 October 2020
Staff had refused to enter the city's sorting office because of coronavirus concerns.
21 October 2020
The Glenshane Road has reopened following the discovery of a suspicious object.
21 October 2020
Derry and Strabane council area previously had one of the highest infection rates across the UK.
20 October 2020
How Stormont's approach to new restrictions differs from that taken by GB and the Republic of Ireland.
20 October 2020
Fungie, the world's oldest solitary dolphin, has not been seen in his 37-year harbour home for a week.
20 October 2020
The new online portal hosts a collection of BBC NI material from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
19 October 2020
BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack answers readers' questions about how the new restrictions will affect you.
19 October 2020
As things stand, the project is on track but legal action and issues around cash may yet emerge.
19 October 2020
Some support is coming to an end, while other schemes have been announced following new restrictions.
17 October 2020
BBC News NI's Jordan Kenny explains what you need to know about the new Covid-19 restrictions.
14 October 2020
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