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DUP emails challenge Corbyn claim in IRA victims row

The DUP has released its email exchange with the Labour Party over its invitation to Jeremy Corbyn to meet IRA victims.

Police break up 'organised fight' between youths in Ardoyne

A crowd of youths had to be broken up by police in what is thought to have been an 'organised fight' in north Belfast.

Public 'stuffing their faces' will leave us with nothing, complain Northern Ireland councillors

Councillors on Fermanagh and Omagh District Council have expressed concerns that they were being left with nothing to eat due to members of the public "stuffing their faces" at council meetings.

Video: Tour of Malone marvel boasting luxury touches and private setting

The leafy Malone area of Belfast is renowned for its beautiful architectural houses and they don't come any finer than this much admired Arts and Crafts style detached family home.

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Murder probe launched after man dies from injuries sustained during 'brutal and senseless attack'

A murder investigation has been launched after a Romanian man who was seriously assaulted in Co Down died from his injuries.

Major pollution incident sees 100,000 gallons of slurry released into Northern Ireland river

An investigation has been launched after a major pollution incident which saw 100,000 gallons of slurry inadvertently released into a Co Tyrone river.

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LGBT group angry at 'unashamedly homophobic' discussion on Nolan Show

Prominent Northern Ireland LGBT group The Rainbow Project has hit out at a discussion on BBC Radio Ulster's Nolan Show on Thursday morning.

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Line-up announced as MMA returns to Belfast next month

Bushmills fighter Norman "Stormin'" Parke will be part of the co-main event when top-level MMA fighting returns to the SSE Arena in Belfast on June 9.

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Two people fined by Belfast council for walking too many dogs

An obscure rule that has been in force at Belfast City Council for five years has resulted in two people being fined... for walking too many dogs.

DUP MP says Corbyn 'unworthy of a vote anywhere in UK' following Belfast visit

DUP MP Sammy Wilson has said Jeremy Corbyn is unworthy of a single vote following his visit to Belfast today.

Man with mallet targeted strangers eating ice cream, court hears

A man wielding a mallet allegedly targeted two strangers eating ice cream, the High Court heard on Thursday.

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Stormont department rejects request to include 'Derry' on signs for new road

Foyle MLA Mark H Durkan has expressed his disappointment after the Department for For Infrastructure (DfI) turned down his request to include both "Derry" and "Londonderry" on new road signs to the Maiden City.

£55m Belfast Markets office block approval 'unlawful,' judge rules

The decision to approve a new £55m office block beside an inner city housing district in Belfast was unlawful, a High Court judge ruled today.

Video of schoolboy attack on Snapchat: PSNI 'disgust' at sharing of footage

Police are investigating an attack on a schoolboy which was filmed and shared on social media.

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Video: Corbyn backs same-sex marriage for Northern Ireland - watch full speech

Jeremy Corbyn has arrived in Northern Ireland ahead of a speech at Queen's University.

Northern Ireland weather: Sunnyside up for the bank holiday break

A balmy bank holiday weekend is in store for Northern Ireland with the blissful sunshine set to continue.

Cousin’s tribute to Fermanagh teen Neil Graham tragically killed in farming accident

The cousin of a Fermanagh teenager who died in an accident involving farm machinery says everyone thought the world of him.

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IRA machine gun sign at Belfast hospital binned

An IRA sign erected outside Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital's has been removed and disposed of.

Northern Ireland school places crisis: 'My son has been turned down for a place at three schools... I'm at my wits' end,' says Belfast mum

A south Belfast mum has spoken about her devastation after her son was turned down by three schools - and is now fearful over where he will be educated come September.

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Warrenpoint man killed in dual carriageway crash - two arrested

A man killed after a crash on the M1 has been named as 27-year-old Warrenpoint man Karl Heaney.

Thursday, May 24

Northern Ireland traffic updates: A1 reopened after fatal crash

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Wednesday, May 23

Bombshell investigation into Belfast’s Lord Mayor in its “final stages”

A bombshell investigation into the conduct of Belfast’s Lord Mayor is in its “final stages” - less than two weeks before the current First Citizen is to step down, it can be revealed.

Jeremy Corbyn says Irish reunification 'has major support' ahead of Northern Ireland visit

Jeremy Corbyn believes that there is majority support for unification across both Irish nations, his official spokesman has said ahead of his first visit to Northern Ireland as Labour leader.

Belfast easyJet passengers' four hour ordeal because Gatwick pilot 'stuck in traffic'

Passengers on a Belfast-bound flight were stranded on the Gatwick tarmac for more than four hours because their co-pilot was in a taxi stuck in traffic.

Teenager killed in Northern Ireland farm accident

A young man has died in an incident on a farm in Northern Ireland

Tuesday, May 22

Homes evacuated in Belfast after 'suspicious object' discovered

A number of houses have been evacuated in north Belfast after the discovery of a suspicious object.

Harry pays tribute to ‘Pa’ in first public event with Meghan since wedding

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first royal event as a married couple has seen Harry pay a moving tribute to the Prince of Wales for his charitable work over more than four decades.

Poll: How would you vote if the Good Friday Agreement was held today?

Tuesday May 22nd 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the referendum held in Northern Ireland on the Good Friday Agreement.

Work to resume on Ulster University’s £250m Belfast campus as deal struck

Plans are under way to resume building work on Ulster University's new £250m Belfast campus "as soon as possible".

Monday, May 21

Bus driver admits killing mother-of-four in crash

A bus driver has admitted the manslaughter of a mother-of-four who was knocked down and killed in Lisburn in a last-minute change of plea.

Teenage boy dies after being struck by train in Northern Ireland

It has been confirmed that a 19-year-old man has died from his injuries after being struck by a train in Lurgan this morning.

Two arrested over 1988 murder of German backpacker Inga Maria Hauser in Northern Ireland

Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of a German backpacker in Co Antrim in 1988.

Brexit: Northern Ireland support to 'remain' in EU soars to 69%

Northern Ireland would vote more strongly to remain in the EU if there was another Brexit poll, a study has suggested.

Sunday, May 20

Government stops Northern Ireland boy's medication - mother describes it as a 'death warrant'

The mother of a severely epileptic boy who was the UK’s first patient to receive marijuana legally on the NHS is to lobby MPs this week after the Government halted his prescription - a move she described as a "death warrant".

Anger over Belfast City Hall royal wedding flag delay - council 'inundated with complaints'

A Belfast councillor said he was "disgusted" over a delay in hoisting the Union flag above City Hall for the royal wedding.

Married life begins for Harry and Meghan with reports of visit to Ireland

Newlyweds Harry and Meghan begin their first day as a married couple with reports circulating they are to visit Ireland for a "mini-moon".

Video: Praise for 'heroic, courageous' firefighters after devastating Northern Ireland blaze

Firefighters who battled to save lives were praised for their courage and heroism after a devastating fire in Newtownabbey.