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RHI public inquiry judge to give update at preliminary hearing

A public inquiry into the botched Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme will hold a preliminary hearing next week.

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Ulster Unionists withdraw from general election race in three constituencies

The Ulster Unionists have decided not to field candidates in three constituencies in Northern Ireland in an effort to help other parties defeat Sinn Fein.

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Labour seeks to create four patron saints' day bank holidays

A Labour government will seek to create four new UK-wide bank holidays on the patron saint's day of each of the home nations, Jeremy Corbyn has announced.

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Joint UK-Irish ceremony to mark Battle of Messines Ridge centenary

The centenary of the Battle of Messines Ridge, where unionist and nationalist soldiers from Ireland fought side by side in the trenches, is to be marked by a joint UK-Irish ceremony.

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Social care professionals warn sector on edge of collapse in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland's social care sector is on the verge of collapse, a group of care professionals have warned.

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Hillsborough Castle to throw open doors thanks to £4.8m boost

The Queen's official residence in Northern Ireland has received a National Lottery windfall of almost £5 million to throw open its doors to the public.

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Government launches 'Music Mission' to China in bid to boost exports

A mission to crack the Chinese music scene is being launched by the Government as it attempts to boost international music exports.

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Northern Ireland parties given new powersharing deadline of June 29

The new deadline for forming a powersharing government in Northern Ireland is June 29.

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Boy escapes uninjured from petrol-bombed house

A 12-year-old boy escaped injury after a petrol bomb was thrown at a house in Ballymena, police have said.

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Missiles hurled at firefighters dealing with arson attack

Firefighters came under attack from a group of youths in Downpatrick as they attended the scene of an arson attack, police have said.

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Man accused of using fake modelling agency to trick women into online sex acts

A man has appeared in court accused of using a fake modelling agency to persuade women to commit sex acts.

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Ireland repays UK £358m in interest on 2010 crisis loan

The UK has now been paid £358 million in interest by Ireland following a crisis loan it gave to the country in 2010.

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Fujitsu workers to stage 48-hour strike over jobs and pensions cuts row

Workers at Japanese electronics giant Fujitsu are to stage a 48-hour strike from Thursday in a dispute over cuts to jobs and pensions.

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Translink workers back industrial action in pay dispute

A section of Translink workers have voted in favour of industrial action amid an ongoing pay dispute with management.

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IRA man's police killers 'should be given medals'

Police officers involved in the killing of the IRA's Colum Marks should be given medals rather than investigated, ministers have been told.

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Snap election makes Northern Ireland powersharing deal 'very difficult'

Attempts to resolve Northern Ireland's political crisis have been made more difficult by the snap general election, Sinn Fein and the SDLP have warned.

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Sinn Fein: UK Government wants powersharing in Northern Ireland to fail

Sinn Fein has accused the British Government of wanting powersharing in Northern Ireland to fail.

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'Tsunami' of initiatives causing despair across teaching profession, union warns

Teachers are drowning under a "tsunami" of initiatives, a union in Northern Ireland has said.

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Laws fast-tracked to restore powersharing if deal reached, says Brokenshire

Laws will be fast-tracked through Parliament restoring Stormont power-sharing by early next month should agreement be clinched, the Northern Ireland Secretary said.

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Teenager is raped in Belfast city centre

A woman has been raped in Belfast city centre.

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