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Inquest for murdered dissident republican delayed by legal files disagreements

Disagreements over the blanking out of documents are adding to the delays in an inquest for a dissident republican murdered six years ago.

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Air Iceland flights between Belfast and Reykjavik welcomed

A new air route linking Northern Ireland to Iceland has been announced.

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Coroner wants to inject 'adrenaline' into holding of inquest for Steven Colwell

A coroner has said he wants to inject some "adrenaline" into the process of holding an inquest for a man shot dead by police 10 years ago.

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Post-Brexit UK could still pay Brussels for 'access' to single market

Britain could continue paying into Brussels after it has left the European Union to secure access to the single market, Brexit Secretary David Davis has said.

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Police commander urges mediation to resolve dispute on loyalist estate

A PSNI commander has called for mediation to resolve a bitter dispute in a loyalist estate in Carrickfergus that has so far cost £1.6 million to police.

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Sir Elton John 'not surprised' at misconceptions about HIV

Sir Elton John has expressed dismay at comments made by a Northern Irish politician about HIV.

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Police chief accepts 'bias' in initial RUC probe into bar bomb that killed 15

Northern Ireland's police chief has made clear he accepts there was bias in the initial investigation of a notorious bomb attack in Belfast that killed 15 people.

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Justice minister 'devastated' at deaths of three prisoners in same jail in month

Stormont's Justice Minister is "devastated" by the deaths of three prisoners at Maghaberry jail last month, MLAs have heard.

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Sports Personality of the Year shortlist 'is anti-countries of the UK'

The BBC has been accused of having a "London-centric" and "anti-countries of the UK approach" after Belfast boxer Carl Frampton was excluded from the Sports Personality of the Year award shortlist.

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Assembly member condemns gun attack on house where children were sleeping

Detectives are investigating a shooting incident at a house in Craigavon.

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Woman and son threatened at gunpoint by gang including fake postman

A woman and her son have been tied up and threatened at gunpoint in their Co Tyrone home.

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Hackers target thousands of National Lottery players' accounts

Cyber criminals have hacked into the online accounts of thousands of National Lottery players in the latest security breach to hit UK consumers.

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A hard Brexit would put food supplies at risk, warn supermarkets and farmers

Supermarket bosses and farmers unions have warned the Government a so-called hard Brexit would put food supplies in the UK at risk.

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Strained ambulance crews too slow to reach critical patients - report

Ambulances are failing to reach dying and seriously-ill patients fast enough as the service creaks under the strain of high demand, according to a report.

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Two arrested in Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman's office probe

Two men have been arrested by detectives investigating alleged criminal activity within the Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman's office.

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Civil servant in charge of energy scheme at loss to explain why no review

A senior civil servant charged with overseeing a controversial renewable energy scheme is unable to explain why it was never reviewed.

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No date set for Ballymurphy shootings inquest amid ongoing funding logjam

A coroner has blamed an ongoing funding logjam over legacy inquests for his inability to set a date for the case of 10 people shot dead by the Army.

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34-year-old becomes third prisoner to die at Maghaberry jail in November

A 34-year-old prisoner has died at Maghaberry jail, the Northern Ireland Prison Service has confirmed.

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MPs reject probe on whether Tony Blair misled Commons over Iraq war

MPs have overwhelmingly rejected calls for a parliamentary investigation on whether Tony Blair misled the Commons, with Labour saying he should not be a "scapegoat".

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'Not legal' to direct charity chief's sacking over UDA allegations, says Foster

Stormont's First Minister has said she would be breaking the law if she directed the sacking of an alleged UDA boss from his job as head of a publicly-funded charity.

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