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Hyde Park case collapse 'upset MET'

Hyde Park case collapse 'upset MET'

The Metropolitan Police were left frustrated when the case against John Downey collapsed after he obtained a so called "letter of …

CAMPAIGN: Take Care, Get There

CAMPAIGN: Take Care, Get There

Already, during 2014 no fewer than 65 people have been killed.

IRA sex abuse claims to be reviewed

IRA sex abuse claims to be reviewed

Barra McGrory today announced the review into the cases related to Mairia Cahill.

Kincora move 'silence conspiracy'

Kincora move 'silence conspiracy'

Amnesty International said victims of a brutal paedophile ring who abused boys from the Kincora home will feel betrayed by the ann…

Mixed reaction to cash-for-sex ban

Mixed reaction to cash-for-sex ban

A ban will see the region implement a prohibition similar to the model operating in Sweden.

Hundreds attend Ian Paisley memorial

Hundreds attend Ian Paisley memorial

Hundreds of people including Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness have attended a memorial service for the late Dr Ian Paisley.

House attacked with petrol bombs

House attacked with petrol bombs

A house in west Belfast has been damaged after an overnight petrol bomb attack

Man killed in rally driving accident

Man killed in rally driving accident

A rally driver has died after an incident during the Down Rally event near Castlewellan.

Hurricane Gonzalo weather warning

Hurricane Gonzalo weather warning

Parts of Northern Ireland are expected to be battered by wind and rain from the aftermath of Hurricane Gonzalo.

Tens of thousands to join pay march

Tens of thousands to join pay march

Tens of thousands of workers, including many who have been on strike this week, will join protests today to highlight the need for…

Teen dies in police chase car crash

Teen dies in police chase car crash

A teenager travelling in a luxury car being chased by police was killed when it crashed with a car driven by a nun.

Plan 'Would Not Help Sex Workers'

Plan 'Would Not Help Sex Workers'

Proposed plans to make the purchase of sex illegal will not work according to researchers.

Hearing suspended over thug remark

Hearing suspended over thug remark

A committee hearing at Stormont was suspended after the DUP's Sammy Wilson branded a unionist rival a 'thug'

Two charged after cannabis seized

Two charged after cannabis seized

Cannabis with an estimated street value of between £750,000 and £1 million has been seized by police in Northern Ireland.

New bid to break Stormont deadlock

New bid to break Stormont deadlock

The Assembly is convening today for a fresh round of political talks on issues including flags, parades and the past.

Battleship to be restored as museum

Battleship to be restored as museum

The last surviving battleship from World War 1 is to be transformed into a museum docked in Belfast.

Two held over death of pedestrian

Two held over death of pedestrian

Two men have been arrested following the death of a teenager in south Belfast this morning.

Child heart surgery moved to Dublin

Child heart surgery moved to Dublin

Children's heart surgery is to be moved from Belfast to Dublin in the coming 18 months.

Northern Ireland guidance for fight against Ebola

Northern Ireland guidance for fight against Ebola

Measures are being put in place to deal with any potential cases of Ebola in Northern Ireland.

Martin McGuinness: "I like the Queen"

Martin McGuinness: "I like the Queen"

Deputy First Minister & Sinn Fein member Martin McGuinness has said he likes the Queen.

Bombs and guns found in County Fermanagh

Bombs and guns found in County Fermanagh

The PSNI recover a significant amount of bomb making equipment and ammunition during a search operation in Kinawley.

Brighton bomb remembered 30 years on

Brighton bomb remembered 30 years on

Events have taken place to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Brighton bombing.

Police college plans to be reviewed

Police college plans to be reviewed

The Chief Constable of the PSNI has warned a police training college could be at risk following cuts to the service's budget.

NI troops to tackle ebola

NI troops to tackle ebola

The Royal Scots Borders 1st Battalion is based at Palace Barracks in Holywood, Co Down.

15 assaults every day on NI health staff

15 assaults every day on NI health staff

NEARLY 30,000 assaults have been carried out on Northern Ireland’s frontline health workers in just five years, it can be reveal…

EXCLUSIVE: Hospital Compensation Payouts Top £25m

EXCLUSIVE: Hospital Compensation Payouts Top £25m

UNISON brand figures "disturbing" and vow to raise issue with the Department of Health

EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of pupils out of school

EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of pupils out of school

Since 2008 there have been more than 188,000 instances of children going on holiday during term time.

EXCLUSIVE; Thousands of animals snatched every year

EXCLUSIVE; Thousands of animals snatched every year

A total of 15,041 creatures including rabbits, tortoises, sheep and insects were reported nicked in the last five years.

EXCLUSIVE: 16 People Caught Speeding a Day in NI

EXCLUSIVE: 16 People Caught Speeding a Day in NI

Downtown Radio and Cool FM can exclusively reveal 6000 people were caught breaking the speed limit in NI in 2013

Claret Jug 'needs a bit of a clean'

Claret Jug 'needs a bit of a clean'

The three-time Major winner grinned as he apologised for turning up empty handed to Stormont Castle in Belfast on the latest leg o…

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