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Backlash over naming of RHI green energy scheme claimants

The Department for the Economy has faced a backlash for publishing the names of businesses and individuals who claimed from a botched green energy scheme in Northern Ireland.

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£20m budget cuts to cost PSNI more than 200 officers

The PSNI is to lose 238 officers over the next two years due to severe budget cuts.

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Boy in critical condition after bonfire site incident

A boy is in a critical condition in hospital after apparently coming into contact with hazardous material believed to have been dumped at a bonfire site in Northern Ireland.

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Legacy of singer Nina Simone to be celebrated at Belfast event

The legacy of famed jazz singer Nina Simone is being celebrated at a special event in Belfast.

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Kingsmill victim's mother 'told Army was ordered not to patrol on day of attack'

A mother whose son was murdered in the Kingsmill massacre was told by an Army officer that the military was ordered not to go on patrol on the day of the killings, an inquest has heard.

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'Navel-gazing' politicians warned about slow Brexit response

Navel-gazing politicians risk being left behind by businesses over Brexit, the president of Northern Ireland's Law Society warned.

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Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge closed after vandalism

One of Northern Ireland's most popular tourist attractions has been forced to close due to vandalism.

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Bid to secure legal recognition for humanist wedding

A landmark legal bid to secure official recognition of a humanist wedding is due to be heard in Belfast on Friday.

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Arlene Arkinson inquest delays play to conspiracy theorists, says family lawyer

Conspiracy theorists are capitalising on delays in concluding the inquest for murdered teenager Arlene Arkinson, a coroner's court has been told.

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Omagh bombing families pledge support to victims of Manchester terror attack

Families bereaved by the Omagh bomb have supported an appeal for money for the Manchester victims.

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Two teenagers held over 'drugs link' death of 15-year-old girl in Portadown

Two teenagers have been arrested over the death of a 15-year-old girl from suspected drug use in Portadown, police said.

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Sinn Fein urges Irish unity referendum to be held within five years

Sinn Fein has called for an Irish unity referendum within five years.

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Police officers hurt as stolen camper van rams patrol car

Two police officers have been injured after their car was rammed several times by a stolen camper van.

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N Ireland was close to agreement on Brexit, Arlene Foster says

Northern Ireland was "very close" to reaching a Brexit agreement before the pausing of talks last month, the Democratic Unionist leader has claimed.

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Grandmother trapped in hospital 11 weeks over carer shortage finally goes home

A grandmother who was trapped in hospital for 11 weeks because of a chronic shortage of community carers has finally been able to return home.

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Jeremy Corbyn has blood on his hands from IRA support, former terrorist says

A former IRA terrorist said Jeremy Corbyn's support for the group gave its members "great encouragement" and claimed the Labour leader and shadow chancellor John McDonnell have "blood on their own hands".

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Jeremy Corbyn respected Sinn Fein's democratic mandate - Gerry Adams

Jeremy Corbyn was on the right side of history in supporting Irish republicans, Gerry Adams has said.

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British veterans 'abandoned' in bid for justice over IRA attacks

Former British soldiers say they have "hit a brick wall" in their efforts to seek justice for IRA attacks on them during the Northern Ireland Troubles.

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We don't want to dig up the animosities of the past, warns Ireland's Ahern

A former Irish premier who helped to end decades of violence in Northern Ireland has warned against digging up old animosities.

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Colleague shrugs off criticism of Jeremy Corbyn's stance on IRA

Jeremy Corbyn's so-called "refusal" to condemn the IRA in a TV interview is a "dead cat", his party's education secretary has said.

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