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Motorists advised to expect delays on M2

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Nicole Danielle McCrindle. INNT 39-803CON

Claire’s challenge to help epilepsy charity

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£110K investment welcomed in Ballyclare

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VIDEO: Horror of a fatal road traffic collision spelt out at Belfast City Hall

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Ballyclare criminal damage condemned

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Bus services affected by ‘illegal parking’ in Mossley

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‘Road safety is everyone’s responsibility’

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Car on fire at Asda Ballyclare. INNT 39-832CON

Ballyclare car fire ‘accidental’

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Evie Delargy. INNT 39-830CON

Evie to lose her locks for charity

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More than half of female students victims of sexual harassment

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Laganside Courts, Chichester Street, Belfast. Picture: Diane Magill

Belfast woman jailed for causing GBH to her baby son

Crime
Ben Megarry was freed on two years probation

Teenage Co Antrim US bomb-threat hoaxer weeps as he escapes jail

Crime
Chief Constable George Hamilton

Chief Constable reveals further £41m budget cuts

Crime
More than 10 per cent of teachers left the state sector in 2015.

Five things you need to know on your first day of school – as a teacher

Education
Thousands of school pupils are awaiting exam results

EXAM RESULTS: Advice available for A-Level and GCSE students

Education
Jim Clarke, chief executive of CCMS, Mr Gavin Boyd, chief executive of the Education Authority, St Bernard's principal Mr Paul Flanagan and pupils Jack Kane, Fiona Phillip and Ellie Gallagher cut the first sod on the school's �1m extension project. INNT 46-501-SO Pic by Shirley O'Neill

Work to begin on £1million extension at St Bernard’s Primary

Education
Choeun Kim receiving her certificate from Minister Farry at the EY Data and Analytics Academy graduation. INNT 43-821CON

Graduates excel in training academy

Business

MLA urges locals to apply for small grants

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‘Very limited supply’ pushes up NI house prices

Business
Tesco has several stores in Northern Ireland.

Tesco workers facing Christmas jobs uncertainty

Business

Caterpillar - ‘A difficult day’ says Ross

Business

Questions over appointment of Stormont spin doctor

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Ian Paisley’s widow boycotts film about him and Martin McGuinness

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Like Manuel from Fawlty Towers, Martin McGuinness claimed to know nothing, said Sammy Wilson

Martin McGuinness ‘like Manuel from Fawlty Towers’

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First Minister Arlene Foster with new Ministers Michelle McIlveen, Peter Weir, Paul Givan, Simon Hamilton and Alastair Ross at Parliament Buildings, Stormont.

Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

New Executive line-up is unveiled

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First Minister Arlene Foster with new Ministers Alastair Ross, Michelle McIlveen, Paul Givan, Simon Hamilton and Peter Weir at Parliament Buildings, Stormont.

Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

New power-sharing executive to be formed after Justice Ministry agreement

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Alarm over safety of kids using ‘Pokémon Go’ App

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Some of the dead fry found in the Three Mile Water. Picture courtesy of the Three Mile Water Conservation and Angling Association. INNT 41-816CON

Political representatives call for action after South Antrim pollution incidents

Environment

Fears raised after Northern Ireland residents treated for Zika virus

Health
A night out

More than half of female students victims of sexual harassment

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What's in your child's packed lunch?

Just how unhealthy are your children’s lunchboxes?

Health
Hay fever cases are set to soar across Europe

Hay fever cases set to soar

Health
Taking the treatment to combat the effects of the menopause could mean that women are 2.7 times more likely to develop breast cancer than those who are not, a new study found. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Breast cancer risk from HRT higher than thought, research shows

Health