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Ulster claim a first away win over Leinster since 2013 to end their rivals' unbeaten start in the URC with a 20-10 win at the RDS.
27 November 2021
Primary school head Francis Lagan died when a tree fell on his car during Storm Arwen.
27 November 2021
A local campaigner, who visits the area weekly, says two trees were brought down in overnight winds.
27 November 2021
There are new restrictions on travellers returning from 10 southern African countries.
27 November 2021
A number of homes were evacuated before the device was removed from the Drumrane Road.
27 November 2021
The total number of coronavirus-linked deaths recorded by the Department of Health is 2,867.
27 November 2021
Leaders Cliftonville move three points clear of nearest challengers Glentoran following a goal-less draw with Coleraine while Linfield beat Glenavon 3-0 to go third.
27 November 2021
All-Ireland champions Tyrone will begin the defence of their Ulster title against Fermanagh in the preliminary round of the 2022 competition.
27 November 2021
The force says it expects the "highest standards of integrity" from its officers and staff.
27 November 2021
A man in his 30s is arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after a search in east Belfast.
27 November 2021
Police say the gang also took a landline phone from the home they targeted in Portaferry.
27 November 2021
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough councillors were advised to rethink their decision, minutes show.
27 November 2021
The pandemic in Northern Ireland has been following a different course to the rest of the UK.
27 November 2021
Some clinics will have a walk-in system while others are operating on an appointment-only basis.
27 November 2021
The RTÉ Christmas TV special will include a young performer from Mayobridge, County Down.
26 November 2021
Lisneal College's Michael Allen and Marie Lindsay, formerly of St Mary's College, received the awards.
26 November 2021
Unlicensed premises in Northern Ireland will not be required to ask for proof of Covid-19 certification.
26 November 2021
William Herbert Hawkes faces charges of threats to kill the Northern Ireland health minister.
26 November 2021
Young people in Newry speak about the benefits of having a space to discuss their mental health.
26 November 2021
Beattie was sentenced to 15 months in prison for a letter he sent to the daughter of a murder victim.
26 November 2021
The Irish government announces a significant widening of its Covid-19 booster programme.
26 November 2021
Danny Quigley completed 10 Ironman challenges in 10 days, raising over £100,000 for local charities.
26 November 2021
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
26 November 2021
People in Northern Ireland will have to provide proof of their Covid-19 status to access certain venues.
25 November 2021
The country singer will play three more concerts at Croke Park than originally scheduled.
25 November 2021
The body of 65-year-old Christopher Hall was found at his house in Balbriggan in north County Dublin.
25 November 2021
Coaching from Linfield captain Jamie Mulgrew gives pupils the motivation to read.
25 November 2021
The Books And Boots scheme is making a big difference at Millisle Primary School.
25 November 2021
Lu Na McKinney's death appeared to be a tragic boating accident - but then the con unravelled.
25 November 2021
Stephen McKinney will spend at least 20 years in prison for murdering Lu Na McKinney.
25 November 2021
Robbie and an X-ray scanner located the drugs, including 60kg of cocaine, hidden in furniture.
25 November 2021
A County Tyrone mother says a lack of suitable care facilities in NI means her son may be relocated.
25 November 2021
A cross-border study compared students' mental health before and during the pandemic.
25 November 2021
But Simon Coveney says concessions won have come at a cost of reputation and relationships.
24 November 2021
A senior nurse at the Ulster Hospital says it's heartbreaking to see patients waiting so long for a bed.
24 November 2021
It's a system beyond broken, writes Marie-Louise Connolly, as she sees pressures first-hand.
24 November 2021
BBC News NI sets out the latest steps ministers are taking to deal with a spike in Covid-19 cases.
23 November 2021
NIFRS Group Commander Johnathan Tate believes 'this was an accidental fire caused by a chip pan'.
23 November 2021
It is believed the man was aged between 45 and 55 and had been sleeping rough in County Meath.
23 November 2021
Will Patching will return to Derry City on a permanent basis after the Candystripes signed the midfielder from Dundalk on a two-year deal.
22 November 2021
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