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The arrests and seizures were made at a property in Newry on Saturday morning.
30 May 2020
One police officer was injured after she was kicked in the face at Ballyholme beach
30 May 2020
Police say they were told about a "large group of men fighting" in the area.
30 May 2020
Jason Johnston, 45, of Craighill Park, Ballyclare appears at Belfast Magistrates' Court via videolink.
30 May 2020
Not all parks shut during lockdown and most have reopened, but some facilities are still off limits.
30 May 2020
The DUP says it now sees the "advantage" of a deal that contains backstop features it disliked.
30 May 2020
The chairman of Belfast Pride says politicians must make sure festivals have a future.
30 May 2020
Retailers have been reacting to the news that changes to the furlough scheme will begin in August.
29 May 2020
Treasury plans to ask employers to 'top up' wages will be challenging, says NI's economy minister.
29 May 2020
The Hatfield Bar had been delivering pints in April before intervention from the PSNI.
29 May 2020
Michael 'Tony' Lynch disappeared 18 years ago shortly after moving to Clones in County Monaghan.
29 May 2020
As well as water use going up, Northern Ireland has gone nearly two months without significant rainfall.
29 May 2020
The schools in Newry and Kilkeel say the one-year move is due to circumstances around Covid-19.
29 May 2020
Nisra figures show that by 22 May, 53.1% of the 716 deaths have been care home residents.
29 May 2020
How Stormont's approach to easing restrictions differs from that taken by GB and the Republic of Ireland.
29 May 2020
BBC News NI analyses the latest detailed figures from NI's statistics agency, Nisra.
29 May 2020
A mental health crisis service in Londonderry could close next month due to a lack of funding.
29 May 2020
BBC News NI explains how contact tracing for Covid-19 is being carried out in Northern Ireland.
28 May 2020
A County Antrim woman waiting almost two years for a hysterectomy says she is living in constant pain.
28 May 2020
Dublin court hears Kinahan gang is involved in drugs, firearms and execution-style murders.
28 May 2020
A scheme to promote walking and cycling and keep the public safe is being expanded to include Londonderry.
28 May 2020
As lockdown starts to ease, doctors prepare for a rise in patients seeking mental health support.
28 May 2020
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
28 May 2020
Belfast Met has 66 places for 166 young people who want to study at its Centre for Supported Learning.
28 May 2020
There are seven local studies being carried out into the virus as researchers aim to find treatments.
27 May 2020
The coin from Carrickfergus in County Antrim sets a worldwide auction record.
27 May 2020
A family from Londonderry say their lives have been transformed by an assistance dog.
27 May 2020
Pictures of the Irish PM, shirtless and apparently enjoying a picnic, were posted on social media.
26 May 2020
Ireland's chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan said the Republic has "suppressed Covid-19 as a country".
25 May 2020
Inside Politics' virtual tour has arrived in North Down to discuss coming out of lockdown.
25 May 2020
A first in the UK, a Belfast Trust initiative helps protect glaucoma sufferers during Covid-19.
25 May 2020
A new local history project by St Colmcille's GAA club aims to capture history via personal stories.
25 May 2020
BBC Weather presenter Cecilia Daly explains why there were sightings of this optical phenomenon.
24 May 2020
NI's deputy first minister has said the first student doctors will start their training next year.
24 May 2020
The bodies of two men, believed to be in their late 60s and early 70s, are found after fire in Drimnagh.
23 May 2020
The fire at the former Arntz Belting factory in Londonderry may have been started deliberately.
23 May 2020
While the fight against Covid-19 continues in hospitals, so too does community healthcare work.
23 May 2020
From next week passengers arriving into the Republic of Ireland must complete a passenger locator form.
22 May 2020
Fears had been expressed Irish teachers could face costs if students were not happy with results.
22 May 2020