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As we pre-heat our ovens for the Bake Off final let's recap on who we've lost already

The Great British Bake Off Final

Police stop speeding driver close to fatal RTC

Police stop speeding driver close to fatal RTC

Police stopped a speeding driver close to the scene of a fatal road traffic collision on the M2 on Friday.

New advice could reduce cot death risk by 50 per cent.

Babies should share bedroom with parents - but in their own bed

Babies should sleep in the same rooms as their parents for the first year of their lives - but never in the same bed - as it reduces cot death by 50 per cent.
Daniel McArthur of Ashers with his wife Amy and parents pictured leaving the High Court in Belfast after the judgement was given. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

Gay cake ruling: ‘Equality law needs to change’, says Ashers owner

A Christian baker found to have discriminated against a gay man by refusing to ice a cake with a slogan supporting same-sex marriage has said the ruling “undermines democratic and religious freedom”.

Daniel McArthur and his wife Amy arriving at an earlier court appearance. Pic by  Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Ashers Bakery loses court battle

Christian bakers found to have discriminated against a gay man by refusing to make a cake bearing a pro-gay marriage slogan have lost their appeal against the ruling.

Daniel McArthur, from Ashers bakery, at an earlier court appearance

‘Praying for justice’ in gay cake row judgment

People around the world will have been “praying for justice” ahead of today’s ruling over the so-called “gay cake” battle, a DUP MP has said.

Ashers bakery owners Daniel McArthur and his wife Amy at an earlier court hearing

Comment: If the Ashers gay cake appeal is lost, freedom of religion has been banished

Ahead of today’s ruling in the Ashers gay cake row appeal, PETER LYNAS, a former barrister and director of the Evangelical Alliance Northern Ireland, argues that forcing someone to promote a view that they fundamentally disagree with is the antithesis of a free and fair society ...

Police eyewitness appeal

Eyewitness appeal following burglary

Police are appealing for witnesses following reports of a burglary in the Lisburn area over night.
The Christian owners of Ashers Bakery, Daniel and Amy McArthur, have appealed a ruling that found they acted unlawfully by refusing to bake a cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage.

Ashers gay cake appeal decision is due Monday

Judges considering the appeal by Ashers bakery over its refusal to bake a cake with a message supporting same-sex marriage will be handed down on Monday.

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on their military vehicles drive towards the front lines around Mosul

Mosul: NI journalist in near-miss with ISIS suicide bomber

Northern Irish journalist John Irvine has described the dramatic moment he narrowly avoided death at the hands of a suicide bomber during the ferocious battle for Mosul.

Arson incident in Newtownabbey

Arson incident in Newtownabbey

Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information following an arson that occurred at residential premises on the Antrim Road in the Newtownabbey area.

Stabbing woman escapes prison

Stabbing woman escapes prison

A woman narrowly escaped going to prison after she admitted she had attacked her partner with a knife during a drunken row.

Police at the scene of a serious incident on the M2 Motorway. 
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

M2 reopened after fatality

The M2 has reopened following a fatality earlier today.

Bombardier's Church Road site. PACEMAKER BELFAST.
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Fears for Newtownabbey jobs as Bombardier announces 7,500 cuts worldwide

Bombardier says it is “not in a position to elaborate further” over whether its announcement of 7,500 global job cuts will affect its Newtownabbey sites.

"Whos laughing now?
" photographs of clown masks posted online by the PSNI after making three arrests in Armagh.

Police taking clown complaints from every county

The public across Northern Ireland has made 62 complaints to police this month about people dressed as clowns.

Football Manager 2017 will be released on November 4

Football Manager 2017: NI leaves UK in Brexit scenario

The creators of a computer game, that sees Northern Ireland leave the UK in a simulated version of life after Brexit, have been warned they are making “foolish” predictions.

John Laverty (Open + Direct), Cllr John Scott (Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey), Joe Mahon, David Stokes (Merville Garden Village), David Small (CEO, Northern Ireland Environment Agency), Ruth Robinson (Merville Garden Village), Doreen Muskett MBE (President, NIAC). INNT 43-833CON

Success for Merville in 2016 Best Kept Awards

Merville Garden Village has won the Best Kept Large Housing Area in Nl at the Open + Direct Best Kept City, Town, Village and Housing Awards.

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