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The case against David Matthews is dismissed as defence say charges were "attempt to grasp at smoke".
11 August 2022
Advanced, which provides digital services like patient check-in, has been targeted in a ransomware attack.
11 August 2022
Police say there have been nine petrol bomb attacks on property in Coleraine since late April.
11 August 2022
Damien Heagney, 47, was last seen on New Year's Eve and a search is ongoing in a reservoir.
11 August 2022
There are "ambitious plans" to develop the cross-border service in the next decade, says Translink.
11 August 2022
The Belfast-Dublin Enterprise train has seen more than just the Troubles in its 75 years of service.
11 August 2022
About 600 young people had gathered at Crawfordsburn Country Park on Wednesday evening.
11 August 2022
A criminal investigation is looking into allegations of physical and sexual abuse over decades.
11 August 2022
The fire service is tackling the blaze and the A4 is shut between the Eglish Road turnoff and Granville.
11 August 2022
Christopher Coulter, 15, died 10 days after receiving the measles and rubella vaccine in 1994.
11 August 2022
Alan Dunlop, chair of the party for five years, resigned over the NI Protocol and Boris Johnson.
11 August 2022
Stargazers in Northern Ireland will be treated to a celestial double spectacle over the next few nights.
11 August 2022
The specialist clinic at the Waterside Hospital in Londonderry was set up in March 2021.
11 August 2022
The ghost-like clouds - known as noctilucent - can be seen during astronomical twilight.
11 August 2022
Sinn Féin's Leanne Peacock's proposal for the civic reception was denied by DUP mayor Ivor Wallace.
11 August 2022
A police request for a Public Interest Immunity certificate is opposed by the teenager's family.
11 August 2022
Silicon Valley-based Harness is creating a range of roles across engineering and management.
11 August 2022
Those at a mums and toddlers group tell BBC News NI about their worries as costs continue to rise.
10 August 2022
A County Antrim butcher says people are worried earlier than ever over how they'll afford Christmas.
10 August 2022
Robert Pope ran the almost 130-mile route from Galway to Dublin in just 23 hours and 39 minutes.
10 August 2022
Fishermen in County Down have been landing much more than their daily catch.
10 August 2022
Over the past year, fishermen have brought in the equivalent of 1,100 bins bags full of rubbish.
10 August 2022
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
10 August 2022
John McDermott says he always wanted to compete in a triathlon but could not swim.
10 August 2022
Dr Caroline Campbell is the first female director of the National Gallery of Ireland.
10 August 2022
Conor Burns, who moved to England as a child, reflects on the Red Lines podcast on his background.
10 August 2022
Met Éireann says temperatures of between 27C and 29C are expected from Thursday.
09 August 2022
Peter Gearóid Cavanagh is charged with murdering Ms McKee in Londonderry on 8 April 2019.
09 August 2022
Skateboarders in Portrush have renewed calls for a skatepark in the north coast town.
09 August 2022
Edward Daly waving a bloodied handkerchief on Bloody Sunday became a defining image of the Troubles.
08 August 2022
It is understood that the victim was Seán McCarthy, 28, of Poppintree and that he had been shot.
07 August 2022
Hundreds of historic buildings are on the Heritage at Risk in Northern Ireland register.
07 August 2022
Dillon Quirke was taken off the field during the match on Friday but later died in hospital.
06 August 2022
Patrick McDaid will now be able to attend the mental health counselling programme in County Donegal.
05 August 2022
The petrol bomb caused damage to the furniture, floor and ceiling of the house in Coleraine.
05 August 2022
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