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Man charged over murders of Michael and Majorie Cawdery

A 40-year-old man is charged with the murders of Michael and Majorie Cawdery in Portadown.

Aircraft crashes in Castlewellan Forest Park

A man and a woman escape serious injury after their light aircraft crashes in a forest park.

St Patrick's Primary School choir knocked out of Britain's Got Talent

Judges praise "amazing" St Patrick's Primary School choir for rendition of Katy Perry's Roar.

British Airways: NI woman recounts 48-hour flight ordeal

Anne Ludlow is back home after being caught up in the BA flight "bedlam" at Heathrow.

Bangor shooting: Colin Horner's murder 'may be linked to loyalist feud'

Colin Horner was killed in front of his three-year-old son in a busy supermarket car park on Sunday.

Disabled man dragged from car in hijacking

A disabled man has become the victim of a violent car hijacking in Sixmilecross in County Tyrone.

Boy charged over Black Mountain rape

A 17-year-old boy accused of rape has been denied bail at a hearing in Belfast.

Sisters of Charity: Nuns end involvement in maternity hospital

An order of nuns will have "no involvement" in new Irish maternity hospital on land it controls.

Fine Gael leadership contest vote under way

The contest to succeed Enda Kenny as leader of Fine Gael will come to a conclusion this week.

House party stabbing: Man remanded on attempted murder charge

A man charged with attempted murder claims he was defending himself following a hammer attack.

British Airways flight chaos lessens after weekend of disruption

Some short-haul flights from Heathrow continue to be disrupted by a worldwide computer failure.

Gareth McAuley in Northern Ireland squad for Azerbaijan game despite fitness doubts

Gareth McAuley is included in Northern Ireland's squad for the World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan despite concerns over his fitness.

St Patrick's Choir from Drumgreenagh through to BGT semis

Thirty-nine pupils from St Patrick's Junior Choir were named as one of the acts who had won through auditions on Saturday night.

Manchester United to make SuperCupNI return in July

Premier League giants Manchester United will be back at the SuperCupNI in July after an absence of two years.

Red Hands hammer Derry to make semi-finals

Ulster SFC champions Tyrone cruise into the semi-finals by beating derby rivals Derry by 11 points at Celtic Park.

Colin Horner: Last moments of man murdered in car park

Police outline last moments of man murdered in front of toddler son in car park

UUP MLA describes aftermath of Bangor car park shooting

Weekend shoppers were 'unaware' that a man was fatally shot nearby, says Ulster Unionist MLA.

Going off-grid - could you live in a house like this?

Freda and Andy Power decided to build an entirely eco-friendly house created with recycled material.

Jonathan Rea says Assen row with Superbike rival Chaz Davies was 'childish'

Jonathan Rea says his row with World Superbike rival Chaz Davies at Assen was "childish" after the Welshman accused the defending champion of blocking him during a superpole lap.

PSNI faced 'no political pressure' over military support

PSNI chief says his decision not to request extra military support was not influenced by politics.

Eglinton man in World Supersport round

Eglinton rider David Allingham is given a wildcard to compete at this weekend's World Supersport Championship round at Donington Park.

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Fidget spinners seized by Irish customs over safety fears

There are concerns some of the must-have toys on sale in Ireland do not meet safety standards.

Tipperary car death baby 'may have suffered sunstroke'

A baby who died after being left in a car in County Tipperary is named locally as Chloe Fogarty.

Homeless families 'told to sleep in Garda stations'

Dublin authorities ran out of emergency accommodation on Tuesday, and some families 'slept rough'.

'No new customs posts' post-Brexit, says Irish tax chief

The Irish tax chief issues advice to firms but says he is not looking for sites for customs posts.

Visitor numbers rise as lower pound helps NI tourism

A post-referendum fall in the value of sterling looks to have boosted visitor numbers in 2016.

Hard Brexit 'could impact Northern Ireland legal profession'

Brexit is one of the main topics being discussed at a conference of international lawyers in Belfast.

RHI payments list published by Department for the Economy

The list includes names, partial postcodes and the amount of money paid to companies.

Northern Ireland agri-food firms face recruitment problems

Companies say that misconceptions about low pay and repetitive work put people off the sector.

Mattie Donnelly: Tyrone star could be asked to explain apparent strike in Derry game

Tyrone will hope Mattie Donnelly avoids censure after TV replays show him appearing to strike Derry's Chrissy McKaigue in the Ulster SFC tie.

World Superbikes: Jonathan Rea extends lead with Donington Park win

Jonathan Rea wins the second race of the World Superbikes UK round at Donington Park and extends his lead to 55 points in the series.

Inter-Provincial game between NW Warriors and Northern Knights abandoned after rain

Monday's Inter-Provincial 50-over game between North West Warriors and the Northern Knights is abandoned because of rain.

Holly Nixon: NI rower clinches bronze at European Championships

Enniskillen's Holly Nixon rows to a superb bronze medal in the quadruple sculls at the European Rowing Championships in Racice.

Going off the grid

The couple who have built a self-sufficient and totally recycled house.

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Pitch perfect

Four students from Greenmount Agricultural College are set to play role in Wembley stadium.

Girona gold: How a diver discovered 400-year-old treasure

Gold from the Spanish Armada was discovered on the seabed off Northern Ireland's north coast 50 years ago

General election 2017: Captivated by the campaign?

As the parties lock horns again on the election trail, voters give their views on the battle so far.

Quiz: Election

How well do you know these famous faces and classic campaign moments?

Londonderry student 'walked past Manchester explosion scene'

Father of student who works in Manchester Arena says she is the lucky to be alive.

Car upended in Strabane road crash

A car crashes into a property beside the road between Londonderry and Strabane.

Limavady man jailed for abusing nieces in 1980s

A 65-year-old Limavady man who abused his two nieces is sentenced to nine years following a trial.

Body of Sam Comber recovered from River Foyle

Sam Comber, who was 39, was last seen in Londonderry last Sunday.

Shot fired at house in Londonderry

Damage is caused to a door and window of a property in the Clon Elagh area.

Derry funeral for IRA 'secret peacemaker' Brendan Duddy

Brendan Duddy, who played a key role in the Northern Ireland peace process, died on Friday aged 80.

Stone throwers attack police at Londonderry drugs raid

Police officers and vehicles come under attack from up 30 young people throwing stones.



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