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Passengers arriving into NI from 'red list' countries will pay £1,750 for 10 days managed isolation.
16 April 2021
Shadow secretary of state for NI says there is a "deep unease" in communities affected by rioting.
16 April 2021
Another 119 people test positive for coronavirus and there are nine patients in intensive care.
16 April 2021
Opposing parties accuse the DUP of obstructing a North-South Ministerial Council meeting.
16 April 2021
Northern Ireland captain Marissa Callaghan says meeting a young fan brought tears to the eyes of players.
16 April 2021
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
16 April 2021
Gangs behind recent paramilitary-style attacks are "thugs with guns", says a senior police officer.
16 April 2021
Growing the economy will help to mitigate the pandemic fallout, says Economy Minister Diane Dodds.
16 April 2021
They were reported to prosecutors for offences including the alleged ill-treatment of patients.
16 April 2021
The deaths of nine people were registered in the week to 9 April, bringing the total to 2,926.
16 April 2021
All you need to know about what's allowed at ceremonies and receptions in Northern Ireland.
16 April 2021
The chief negotiators on both sides have held talks about the post-Brexit arrangements for NI.
16 April 2021
There are dates for reopening parts of the economy, but many firms will still need financial support.
16 April 2021
Northern Ireland's footballers discuss the sacrifices made to make Euro 2022 history on Tuesday.
16 April 2021
A drum played for the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1953 will be played again.
16 April 2021
There are over 20 miles of peace walls - or peace lines - across Northern Ireland.
15 April 2021
Business leaders and owners express relief at rule relaxations, but it is not yet business as usual.
15 April 2021
Wreaths were laid in tribute to those killed before Belfast City Hall plunged into darkness.
15 April 2021
BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack answers readers' questions about the latest steps to lift lockdown.
15 April 2021
The new scheme will see households in the council area combine food and garden waste into one bin.
15 April 2021
Ministers agree non-essential retail to reopen on the same date, with indoor hospitality on 24 May.
15 April 2021
Grand Secretary Mervyn Gibson says he is hopeful about "some form of Twelfth" celebrations.
15 April 2021
Violet Sloan was a teenager when Luftwaffe bombs hit Belfast and destroyed her home.
15 April 2021
Funds for the Strathfoyle play park redevelopment were cast into doubt at a council meeting on Tuesday.
15 April 2021
Ireland's Data Protection Commission reportedly writes to Sinn Féin over its use of Facebook.
15 April 2021
Ireland's Central Statistics Office suggests cross-border trade has increased dramatically in 2021.
15 April 2021
Officials also say they are on track for more than 80% of people to be offered a Covid-19 vaccine by June.
15 April 2021
Many hundreds of people lost their lives in Luftwaffe bombing raids in the spring of 1941.
15 April 2021
Letters are being delivered to homes in Creggan close to where Lyra McKee was shot two years ago.
15 April 2021
In April and May 1941, bombs rained down on NI as German bombers targeted docks and factories.
15 April 2021
A joint report by Birdwatch Ireland and RSPB NI finds 54 of 211 species are on a so-called Red List.
15 April 2021
NI Assembly research says the problems related to the pandemic will be felt "for many years".
15 April 2021
The health minister says the “scales are tipping” in favour of accelerating the process of relaxing restrictions.
14 April 2021
The Woodland Trust is calling for more ambitious targets to be set to bring back Northern Ireland's forests.
14 April 2021
Hannah Lockhart, 23, says surgery for endometriosis is being refused due to her age and childless status.
14 April 2021
In Derry, a man is shot in the leg in what police have described as a "barbaric act".
13 April 2021
It is understood the child was playing near her Tipperary home when she was hit by a bus.
13 April 2021
More than 300,000 are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 with 1.06m doses delivered, figures show.
13 April 2021
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