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Shocking Bangor attack video: Girl so badly beaten she's unable to have x-ray - police arrest two

Police said the 16-year-old girl subjected to a "vicious" attack on social media which was filmed and shared widely on social media is so badly hurt she will have to wait until next week to have an x-ray for doctors to get the true extent…

Four killed in Nashville Waffle House gun rampage

A gunman wearing nothing but a coat stormed a Waffle House restaurant before dawn on Sunday and killed four people, according to police in the US.

Woman 'slapped in face' by man during Tyrone burglary

A woman was slapped in the face during a burglary of her home in Co Tyrone.

Shocking Bangor assault video - MLA brands attack 'murderous and barbaric'

An MLA has branded as "murderous and barbaric" a sickening assault of a young girl in Bangor which was filmed and shared widely online.

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Four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash

Four Britons have died in a collision between a coach and a petrol tanker in Saudi Arabia.

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Beyonce ‘slays’ her second Coachella show

Beyonce cemented her superstar status with a second storming set at Coachella.

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Titanic menu for first meal sells for £100k at auction

A menu for the first meal ever served on the Titanic has sold for £100,000 at auction.

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Paul O’Grady heartbroken after death of pet dog and TV star Olga

Paul O’Grady has been left devastated following the death of his beloved dog Olga.

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Pedestrian suffers 'life-changing' injuries in Belfast crash - councillor's shock at Sunday morning scene

A councillor has expressed her shock and dismay after an early morning crash in north Belfast left a pedestrian with life-changing injuries.

Queen provides royal send-off for London Marathon runners

London Marathon runners have received a royal send-off as the Queen pushed the event’s start button, sending thousands of competitors pounding through the capital’s streets.

Tourists at famous French abbey evacuated after threat

French authorities are evacuating tourists and others from the Mont-Saint-Michel abbey and monument in western France after a visitor apparently threatened to attack security services.

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Amber Rudd should quit over Windrush scandal, Emily Thornberry says

Home Secretary Amber Rudd should resign over the Windrush scandal, Emily Thornberry has said.

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Northern Ireland traffic updates: Latest travel alerts

Follow our feed for the latest traffic updates from across Northern Ireland.

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I'm going to win at Windsor Park this summer ... I can't wait, vows Frampton after Donaire victory

The next time Carl Frampton steps into a ring, it's going to be at Windsor Park in August.

Carl Frampton beats Nonito Donaire to win interim crown and set up Windsor Park World title fight

Carl Frampton has beaten Nonito Donaire to become the WBO Interim World Featherweight champion.

Saturday, Apr 21

Young children escape injury in 'suspicious' Northern Ireland house fire

A family including two young children escaped injury in a house fire in Northern Ireland that police are treating as suspicious.

Tributes to pilot and aerial photographer who died in Co Antrim light plane crash

An experienced pilot who died in a light aircraft crash has been described as "the best friend and colleague anyone could wish for".

Top Northern Ireland eatery rebrands and drops anchor at old location

High-end restaurant Tedford's is to return to its former home with a new name, new head chef and revamped menu - just two months after relocating.

Friday, Apr 20

Belfast man accused of killing mum Lisa Gow in stolen car 'made full admissions,' court told

A man accused of killing a young mother in a stolen car in north Belfast has made full admissions, a court heard today.

British Government's Irish border proposals 'comprehensively' rejected by EU

The British government has said it will protect Northern Ireland’s place in the UK internal market after reports emerged the EU has “comprehensively rejected” all British proposals for avoiding a hard border in Ireland.

Northern Ireland furniture shop closing down after rent increase of £100,000

Retailers here have faced a tough start to the year with a rental increase of £100,000 in a key shopping area prompting one furniture firm to take the decision to close down, it has emerged.

PSNI: We weren't chasing car that killed young mum

The PSNI has said it was not pursuing a suspected stolen car that struck and killed a young mother in north Belfast.

Thursday, Apr 19

'I thought it must have been a car accident' - local describes Co Antrim plane crash that killed two

A Co Antrim local has described witnessing the immediate aftermath of a plane crash which claimed the lives of two people.

Police treating Belfast body find as murder - two arrested

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found on a residential street in north Belfast.

Man who attacked sleeping granddad linked to attack on bus lane camera car in Belfast

A violent criminal who was once jailed for a brutal hammer attack on a sleeping grandfather is being linked to the incident in which a bus lane camera car was wrecked in Belfast.

Body found on residential street in north Belfast

Police have launched an investigation after a body was found on a residential street in north Belfast.

Wednesday, Apr 18

Air Ambulance attends incident at Co Antrim school

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service dispatched an air ambulance to a Co Antrim school on Wednesday afternoon.

Ulster Rugby supporters club calls off protest over sacking of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding

Ulster Rugby supporters club have decided not to hold a protest over decision to revoke contracts of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding.

Tributes to Irene Hynds as tragic Northern Ireland teacher laid to rest

Tributes have been paid to a popular school teacher and mother-of-one who died on Monday.

Stillborn baby found in car boot at Northern Ireland hospital

Police are investigating after a stillborn baby was found in the boot of a car at a Northern Ireland hospital, it has been reported.

Tuesday, Apr 17

Watch: Ulster players issue statement in response to Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding sackings

Ulster Rugby players have expressed their sadness in a statement after Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding were sacked.

Northern Ireland mum dies on river cruise holiday

Tributes have been paid to a Co Tyrone woman who tragically died while on holiday abroad.

Eason closing two Northern Ireland shops

Bookseller Eason is closing two of its Northern Ireland outlets.

Jackson and Olding not sacked over money, says Ulster chief as he vows to stay on

The decision to sack Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding was not motivated by money, Ulster Rugby's chief executive has insisted.