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£6m project aims to develop smart devices to help identify safe drinking water

Smart devices may be able to quickly tell if water in the developing world is safe to drink, researchers said.

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'Disappeared' victim's son, campaigner Billy McConville, dies aged 50

A "courageous" victims campaigner orphaned and allegedly abused in Northern Ireland following the murder of his mother Jean McConville has died.

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Ulster Bank announces new plastic £5 and £10 notes

Ulster Bank is to introduce ultra-secure new plastic £5 and £10 notes in Northern Ireland in 2019.

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EU to spend millions researching renewable energy in Britain and Ireland

The EU is to spend almost 10 million euro (£8.9 million) on researching renewable energy in Britain and Ireland.

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James Brokenshire to discuss Stormont crisis with US officials in Washington

James Brokenshire is travelling to Washington to discuss the political crisis at Stormont with US officials.

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Police Ombudsman fears budget cut could radically reduce role

Investigations into serious criminality by officers could be delayed by further budget cuts, the Police Ombudsman in Northern Ireland has warned.

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Man shot in both legs amid Belfast 'paramilitary style' attack

A 30-year-old man was shot in both legs in Belfast early on Saturday morning in what police are calling a "paramilitary style shooting".

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Hyde Park bomb relatives march for justice

Relatives of the 1982 Hyde Park bomb attack have appealed to the public for support in their quest for justice.

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Brexit question over new ferry crossing must be resolved swiftly, executive says

The head of the newest transport link between Northern Ireland and the Republic has urged a speedy resolution to the Brexit border question.

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Body found in forest park at Hillsborough Lake

Police have cordoned off part of a forest park following the discovery of a body.

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Tories suggest £1bn Northern Ireland funds not dependent on restoring devolution

The Conservative Party has suggested that £1 billion of funding for Northern Ireland will be available regardless of whether an executive can be formed at Stormont.

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Abuse victims call for compensation if devolved government is not restored

Compensation should be paid without delay if devolved government is not restored at Stormont after the summer, child abuse victims said.

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'Flexible and imaginative' approach to Irish border needed, David Davis says

Addressing the impact of Brexit on the relationship between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic will require "flexible and imaginative solutions", David Davis acknowledged as Brussels said more work needed to be done on the issue.

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Woman, 70, arrested in Belfast over fraud linked to 'bank charges scam' victim

A 70-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of fraud and money offences.

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DUP's Tory deal funds 'need to be quickly translated into construction projects'

Money from the DUP's Tory deal needs to be quickly translated into construction projects in Northern Ireland, a senior economist said.

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Report into RUC's handling of alleged abuse at Kincora Home to finish in 2017

The Police Ombudsman's investigation into child sex abuse at the notorious Kincora Boys' Home in Northern Ireland is to conclude this year.

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Devolved nations may gain more control of fishing and farming post-Brexit

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will have the "opportunity" for more control over their farming and fishing post-Brexit, albeit within a UK-wide structure, a minister has said.

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Up to BBC to say what it pays my production company says Nolan amid earnings row

Stephen Nolan has said he would support the BBC publishing what it pays his production company as he faced down accusations of "hiding" his additional corporation earnings.

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Scottish secretary evades challenge over Government's deal with DUP

David Mundell has sidestepped calls to explain if he objected to the UK Government's £1 billion DUP deal.

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Brexit talks with devolved ministers must be more effective, peers warn

The UK Government needs to "raise its game" and make talks with the devolved administrations over Brexit more effective, a committee of Lords has said

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