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Doctor accused of abusing patients

Doctor accused of abusing patients

Dr Chee is due to appear at Armagh Magistrates Court again on October 14

Officers disciplined over failings

Officers disciplined over failings

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has also issued an unreserved apology to the family of Jonathan Magee

 Bomb experts probe blast sites

Bomb experts probe blast sites

The incidents were reported to police yesterday.

Survivors detail care abuse ordeals

Survivors detail care abuse ordeals

Survivors have given graphic details of their ordeals while aged as young as five

Drugs death toll 'unacceptable'

Drugs death toll 'unacceptable'

Edwin Poots said there were 110 drug-related deaths during 2012

Abuse inquiry witness 'suicidal'

Abuse inquiry witness 'suicidal'

Kate Walmsley, 58, was in an institution in Londonderry from 1964 to 1969

Shoppers praised for detaining robber

Shoppers praised for detaining robber

Police have charged a 22 year old man after an 80 year old woman had her handbag stolen in Belfast.

Appeal after man shot in legs

Appeal after man shot in legs

Appeal after 'punishment style' shooting in west Belfast

Royal Portrush backs upgrade plans

Royal Portrush backs upgrade plans

The Royal Portrush Golf Club overcomes the first hurdle for upgrades to bring back the Open Championship in 2019.

£400,000 boost for wild eel fishery

£400,000 boost for wild eel fishery

Five new jobs are to be created as part of a major investment at Europe's largest wild eel fishery.

IRA ceasefire still splits opinion

IRA ceasefire still splits opinion

The IRA's historic ceasefire of 1994 still sharply divides opinion in Northern Ireland 20 years on.

Vomiting outbreak warning over cuts

Vomiting outbreak warning over cuts

Edwin Poots outlined proposals for extensive cuts in the number of temporary doctors and nurses available

'Race hate' behind home attacks

'Race hate' behind home attacks

SDLP councillor Pat Convery described the attacks as disgusting.

Family 'moved' by Heaney stamp

Family 'moved' by Heaney stamp

He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995.

Ex-US senator in Stormont visit

Ex-US senator in Stormont visit

Gary Hart, a two-time contender for the Democratic presidential nomination in the 1980s

Jack and Grace top baby names list

Jack and Grace top baby names list

There were 293 boys named Jack and 203 girls called Grace and Emily between January 1 and December 9 2013

Police firing justified

Police firing justified

Two rounds were discharged by an officer who feared for his life after a stolen car was driven directly towards him

Leading legal firm creates 250 jobs

Leading legal firm creates 250 jobs

Baker & McKenzie will open a global services centre in Belfast.

Fresh search for IRA victim's body

Fresh search for IRA victim's body

Brendan Megraw vanished in April 1978 and so became one of the so-called Disappeared victims of the Troubles.

Family's sorrow at showjumper death

Family's sorrow at showjumper death

Heartbroken Edmund Wiley struggled to contain his emotions when he told an inquest into the death of his only daughter

New air route to Poland unveiled

New air route to Poland unveiled

Low-cost operator Wizz Air will start the twice-weekly service next March.

Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds laid to rest

Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds laid to rest

Hundreds of mourners from the world of politics, business, horse racing and music gathered at the Church

Man shot in legs near festival

Man shot in legs near festival

Large crowds had gathered in the area as the Ardoyne Fleadh took place.

Funeral of presenter takes place in "Stroke City"

Funeral of presenter takes place in "Stroke City"

The irreverent 69-year-old, who had been battling a long illness, died on Thursday.

Container charge drivers remanded

Container charge drivers remanded

Two Londonderry lorry drivers have been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged in connection with the death of a man…

Killers sign off tour with a bang

Killers sign off tour with a bang

Lead singer Brandon Flowers played all the old hits before a crowd of mainly 30-somethings at Tennents Vital.

Family 'not told of Ebola fears'

Family 'not told of Ebola fears'

Dessie Quinn, 43, was being treated for malaria after returning two weeks ago from working in Sierra Leone

Two held over shooting 'murder bid'

Two held over shooting 'murder bid'

Chief superintendent Nigel Grimshaw said there could be no justification for bring violence of any sort onto the streets.

Arrests in fake car products probe

Arrests in fake car products probe

The pair were detained in Ballymena, Co Antrim, by detectives

Increase in top GCSE grades

Increase in top GCSE grades

Three quarters of entrants achieved grades A* to C

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