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A security alert at a Lurgan cemetery, linked to a drugs operation, has ended with an object recovered.
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A street preacher from Co Londonderry who told a wheelchair user she should "burn in Hell" has been convicted of disorderly behaviour.
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More than 34,000 stroke survivors in Northern Ireland are fighting mental ill health, with some experiencing suicidal thoughts, a report reveals today.
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A summer drinks reception tonight for MLAs hosted by the Secretary of State has been cancelled after Northern Ireland's five main political parties all said they wouldn't attend.
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Tributes have been paid to a D-Day veteran from Northern Ireland who passed away just days after the 75th anniversary of the Normandy invasion.
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Sick leave at Northern Ireland councils is the worst in the UK, with staff missing three weeks at work every year, a report reveals today.
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It was a meeting of royalty and sporting royalty.
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The Vatican has signalled a historic shift on celibacy following the publication of a document asking bishops to consider ordaining married men as priests.
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The Government’s “bold and ambitious” climate action plan will nudge people and businesses to change behaviour, the Taoiseach has said.
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A man who saw his parents gunned down by loyalists when he was just 18-months-old has said he wants to know why they were killed.
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