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Developer predicts 1,000 new jobs with proposed retail park

A £100 million proposed retail park in Newry could create 1,000 jobs, a developer has predicted.

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Prosecutors consider Bloody Sunday charges after detectives submit report

Detectives investigating former soldiers who were involved in the Bloody Sunday shootings have sent a report to prosecutors.

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National Trust manor on Rathlin Island open after one million pound refurb

A £1 million refurbishment of Rathlin Island's 18th century Manor House has been completed.

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Iceland's energy 'could help protect N Ireland electricity using undersea cable'

Energy from Iceland could help safeguard Northern Ireland's electricity supply, the economy minister said.

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Man's death in Magherafelt treated as suspicious

Police are treating the sudden death of a man in Magherafelt as suspicious.

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Two men arrested in Coleraine in drugs crackdown

Two men aged 30 and 48 have been arrested as part of a major police crackdown on drugs.

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Stormont vows 'heavy' investment for direct Londonderry-Dublin rail link

Northern Ireland will be "investing heavily" in a direct rail link between Londonderry and Dublin, Stormont's infrastructure minister has vowed.

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Prosecutions warning over 'shocking' abuse of Renewable Heat Incentive

Criminal prosecutions should be brought against anyone who abused a green energy scheme set to cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds, the Economy Minister has warned.

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Project Eagle property sale 'corrupted all Northern Ireland's political system'

Stormont Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir has said Northern Ireland's entire political system has been corrupted by the controversial £1.2 billion euro Project Eagle property sale.

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Post-Brexit recession will hit N Ireland harder, Mairtin O Muilleoir warns

A post-Brexit recession will hit Northern Ireland harder and longer than the rest of the UK, Mairtin O Muilleoir has warned.

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Vigilance urged as Northern Ireland terror threat 'remains severe'

The threat level from terrorism in Northern Ireland remains severe, the Government has warned, as it emerged six people have died in paramilitary attacks this year.

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DUP and Sinn Fein votes stop bid for independent Social Investment Fund review

An Assembly bid for an independent review of Stormont's controversial £80 million Social Investment Fund has been voted down.

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'No judicial review' of decision not to prosecute man over partner's death

The decision not to prosecute a man over the death of his partner two years ago will not be judicially reviewed, a coroner's court has been told.

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Bid to change Northern Ireland abortion laws tabled at Stormont

A legislative bid to change abortion laws in Northern Ireland has been tabled at the Stormont Assembly.

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Environment minister rules out separate climate change laws

Stormont's environment minister has ruled out introducing Northern Ireland-specific legislation to tackle climate change.

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You've got to be kidding! Rampaging goat charges at man called - Billy

An escaped goat has caused havoc after being denied entry to a shop in Northern Ireland.

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Brokenshire 'positive' about potential for closer US economic ties under Trump

Donald Trump's vow to heavily tax US companies moving operations abroad has not dented the Government's optimism about attracting fresh investment to Northern Ireland, the Secretary of State has said.

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Controversy over Dee Stitt charity role 'does not detract from crime campaign'

Controversy surrounding an alleged UDA leader's role within a publicly-funded charity does not detract from a new campaign to tackle organised crime, Stormont's Justice Minister has said.

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Republican charged over death of Jean McConville has dementia, court told

A veteran republican charged in connection with the notorious IRA murder of mother-of-10 Jean McConville is suffering from dementia and would not be able to fully participate in his trial, a court has been told.

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Judge to report officers who gave 'untruthful' evidence at Pearse Jordan inquest

Two police officers who a judge said gave inconsistent, contradictory and unconvincing evidence to an inquest are to be reported to prosecutors.

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