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Retired senior judge will chair public inquiry into botched green energy scheme

One of Northern Ireland's most senior retired judges will chair a public inquiry into a botched green energy scheme.

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New Sinn Fein leader Michelle O'Neill calls for 'step change' in attitude of DUP

Michelle O'Neill has called for a "step change" in the attitude of the Democratic Unionists if powersharing is to be restored in Northern Ireland.

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DUP 'should back majority in Northern Ireland' who voted Remain

A victims' campaigner who challenged Brexit in the Supreme Court has called on the DUP to support the wishes of the majority in Northern Ireland to remain in the EU.

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Call to deny bail in terror cases as murder case suspect goes missing

Terror suspects in Northern Ireland should no longer be entitled to bail, the Assembly has been told.

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Police probing shooting of NI officer release man unconditionally

Detectives investigating a shooting attack on a Northern Ireland policeman have released a suspect unconditionally.

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Gangland killing 'thwarted' after cache of firearms seized

An imminent gangland murder has been thwarted with the seizure of up to 20 guns in a warehouse, detectives say.

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Ex-Army peer criticises soldiers being 'dragged before the courts' 40 years on

A former Army officer has hit out at soldiers being "dragged before the courts" as Northern Ireland struggles to deal with its so-called "legacy" issues.

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Two more arrests over shooting attack on NI policeman

Detectives investigating the attempted murder of a policeman in Northern Ireland have made two more arrests.

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Becoming Sinn Fein's Stormont leader 'honour and privilege' for Michelle O'Neill

Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill has described her appointment as the party's new Stormont leader as the biggest honour and privilege of her life.

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In public interest to publish details of RHI recipients, says minister

Northern Ireland Economy minister Simon Hamilton has insisted it is in the public interest to publish the details of recipients of the botched renewable heating scheme.

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Hard border in Ireland after Brexit 'would put police officers in firing line'

A Brexit hard border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic would place police officers "in the terrorist firing line", it has been warned.

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Sinn Fein's new Stormont leader O'Neill 'is new generation of republicanism'

The new Sinn Fein leader at Stormont, Michelle O'Neill, has been hailed as representing the new generation of republicanism.

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Man in court charged with Anita Downey murder

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Anita Downey in Lurgan, Co Armagh.

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27 lives saved by cross-border cardiology service

A cross-border cardiology service has been credited with saving the lives of 27 patients from Co Donegal in its first nine months.

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Man killed in A2 dual carriageway crash

A man has died in a crash on the dual carriageway between Belfast and Bangor.

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Children's theatre company beginning US tour in Miami

An award-winning children's theatre company from Northern Ireland is showcasing its work on the international stage.

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Two more arrests over shooting attack on NI policeman

Detectives investigating the attempted murder of a policeman in Northern Ireland have made two more arrests.

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Abuse inquiry recommendations should be implemented with goodwill, says bishop

A Catholic bishop has said the recommendations of Northern Ireland's child abuse inquiry should be implemented with goodwill.

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Inquiry into RHI scheme will leave no hiding places, finance minister vows

A public inquiry into Northern Ireland's botched green energy scheme will leave no hiding places, Stormont's finance minister vowed.

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Police seeking phone as man is charged with murder of Anita Downey, 51

A man has been charged with murder in Northern Ireland.

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