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Brexit talks with devolved ministers must be more effective, peers warn

The UK Government needs to "raise its game" and make talks with the devolved administrations over Brexit more effective, a committee of Lords has said

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Brokenshire allocates extra £90m to health and education in Northern Ireland

An extra £90 million has been allocated to health and education services in Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire said.

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Scottish secretary evades challenge over Government's deal with DUP

David Mundell has sidestepped calls to explain if he objected to the UK Government's £1 billion DUP deal.

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'Flexible and imaginative' approach to Irish border needed, David Davis says

Addressing the impact of Brexit on the relationship between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic will require "flexible and imaginative solutions", David Davis acknowledged as Brussels said more work needed to be done on the issue.

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Man injured as gas explosion blows roof off boat

A man has been injured in a gas explosion on a boat in Co Fermanagh.

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DUP's Tory deal funds 'need to be quickly translated into construction projects'

Money from the DUP's Tory deal needs to be quickly translated into construction projects in Northern Ireland, a senior economist said.

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Devolved nations may gain more control of fishing and farming post-Brexit

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will have the "opportunity" for more control over their farming and fishing post-Brexit, albeit within a UK-wide structure, a minister has said.

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Report into RUC's handling of alleged abuse at Kincora Home to finish in 2017

The Police Ombudsman's investigation into child sex abuse at the notorious Kincora Boys' Home in Northern Ireland is to conclude this year.

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Up to BBC to say what it pays my production company says Nolan amid earnings row

Stephen Nolan has said he would support the BBC publishing what it pays his production company as he faced down accusations of "hiding" his additional corporation earnings.

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I want to earn as much as I can, says BBC's Stephen Nolan

Highly paid BBC broadcaster Stephen Nolan has said he wants to earn as much as he can.

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Police officer treated for smoke inhalation after fire in Belfast

A police officer has been treated for smoke inhalation after responding to a house fire in west Belfast.

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Golf tee-off booking firm proving global hit for Belfast brothers

An innovation developed by two Belfast brothers is helping golfers tee off around the world.

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Police warning after Diazepam tablets stolen in Belfast

A large quantity of Diazepam tablets have been stolen during a burglary at commercial premises in Belfast.

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Gerry Adams bidding to overturn convictions for prison escape attempts

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has launched a legal bid to overturn two historical convictions for attempting to escape from prison.

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Two men held in Brian McIlhagga murder probe released

Two men arrested by detectives investigating the murder of Brian McIlhagga in Co Antrim have been released.

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Part of man's ear bitten off during attack

Police are appealing for information after a man had part of his ear bitten off during an attack in Belfast.

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UUP fined for failing to declare £12,000 of Assembly election spending

The Ulster Unionist Party has been fined for failing to declare £12,000 of its spend on last year's Assembly election.

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Northern Ireland's turn for City Deal, minister says

Northern Ireland is "long overdue" a City Deal, a Communities minister has said.

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Winter is looming: Huge Game Of Thrones tapestry goes on show at Ulster Museum

Mythical scenes from the hit fantasy drama Game Of Thrones have been immortalised in a spectacular 77-metre tapestry.

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Celtic and Linfield fans urged to 'focus on the football' ahead of Glasgow tie

Fans are being urged by police to stay "focused on the football" at this week's match between Celtic and Linfield.

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