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A Londonderry man accused of murdering the 29-year-old journalist has been granted bail.
27 February 2020
A virologist says it would be a surprise if the virus did not affect NI, but people should not panic.
27 February 2020
The Bangor woman was last seen alive at Ballyhalbert Caravan Park, County Down, on 27 February 2005.
27 February 2020
Causeway Coast and Glens council voted not to issue a building preservation notice for Barry's site.
27 February 2020
It will cost £1.8m to replace the 52 lifts and it is hoped the work will be complete by mid-July.
27 February 2020
The communities minister says she will discuss rising costs with the GAA and finance minister.
27 February 2020
More than 305,000 people are now waiting for a first appointment with a consultant.
27 February 2020
A large-scale study finds increasing levels of anxiety and self-harm, even among younger children.
27 February 2020
The bulk of the funding is earmarked for Ulster University's expansion and Magee medical school.
27 February 2020
A series chronicling the history and the Troubles is credited for 'evocative film making'.
27 February 2020
The weather forecast in Northern Ireland.
27 February 2020
Cigarette butts are the most commonly discarded item, according to the most extensive survey of its kind.
27 February 2020
It is more difficult to install masts in Northern Ireland as they require planning permission.
27 February 2020
A boy with no symptoms was told by a health body's official helpline to confine himself to his room.
26 February 2020
The man was attacked as he tried to start his car on the outskirts of Dublin on Tuesday morning.
26 February 2020
Mary Lou McDonald was speaking at the first of the public rallies to be held north of the border.
26 February 2020
Fifty-two people have been tested and all results have come back negative, the Public Health Agency says.
26 February 2020
A £1m conservation project puts a new roof on the 12th Century landmark.
26 February 2020
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin was meeting Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar on Tuesday.
26 February 2020
A native predator of the red squirrel seems to be an unlikely ally in its battle with its grey rival.
26 February 2020
Little Daithi MacGabhann steals the show at the Ulster Elite Boxing finals in Belfast by sending Olympic Games bronze medallist Paddy Barnes crashing to the canvas.
25 February 2020
Judges identified police failings in repeatedly stopping and searching a man under anti-terrorism laws.
25 February 2020
Mark Carruthers talks trade and customs with Economics and Business Editor John Campbell, Patrick Maguire from the New Statesman and international trade expert Dr Anna Jerzewska.
25 February 2020
Garbhán Downey hopes his campaign will help establish a cross-border university in the north west.
25 February 2020
One woman sustained serious facial wounds after being set upon by six people.
25 February 2020
As Jonathan Rea begins his attempt to win a sixth World Superbike title in a row we analyse some of the reasons he is likely to add to his unprecedented tally.
24 February 2020
The early morning snow created a winter wonderland in many parts of Northern Ireland.
24 February 2020
Italy has reported its fifth death from the virus and has 165 cases - the most in a European country.
24 February 2020
Marian Tinnelly says she is blown away by the success of Connor's book about his experience of living with the condition.
24 February 2020
Lucy Monaghan waives her right to anonymity after decision is taken not to prosecute alleged attacker.
24 February 2020
An 11-year-old dies in Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital after being seriously injured on Friday.
23 February 2020
Ministers and their officials are staking a claim for what they need to stave off several crises.
23 February 2020
The situation at a house in Letterkenny was "peacefully resolved" on Saturday morning.
22 February 2020
Kourosh Saadat has synaesthesia - a condition which causes the blurring of two or more senses.
22 February 2020