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EU funds should continue to support peace building work, says Sinn Fein

European Union funds should continue to support peace building work in Northern Ireland post-Brexit, Sinn Fein has said.

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DUP and Sinn Fein clash over who to blame for public spending cuts

The DUP and Sinn Fein are at loggerheads over who to blame for public spending cuts in Northern Ireland.

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Continuing 'open skies' deal a win-win situation, airport executives say

Detaching European aviation regulations from the wider Brexit process would be a win-win for the UK and the EU, senior airport executives have said.

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No evidence Barney Watt was throwing petrol bomb in 1971 shooting, inquest told

Claims by British ex-soldiers that a Belfast man was shot dead as he threw an explosive have been dismissed by Northern Ireland's former state pathologist.

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Hastings Hotels to spend £53m on Grand Central site in Belfast

The Hastings Hotels group is to spend £53 million building Northern Ireland's largest hotel.

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Final link of 'amazing' Connswater Community Greenway opens

The final section of the Connswater Community Greenway opened on Tuesday.

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'Too much distance' for Green Party to join pro-Remain pact in Northern Ireland

The Green Party has ruled out joining a mooted pro-Remain electoral pact in Northern Ireland.

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DUP and UUP leaders meet to discuss possible election pact

The leaders of the Democratic Unionists and Ulster Unionists have met to discuss a possible pact for the General Election.

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Software company Unosquare to create 100 new jobs in Belfast

A US-based software company is to create 100 new jobs in Belfast.

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Soldiers shot dead labourer in 1971 as he threw explosive, inquest told

A labourer from Northern Ireland was shot dead by soldiers as he threw an explosive almost 50 years ago, a military statement before a new inquest said.

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MPs back extra time to reach powersharing deal at Stormont

Emergency powers to give Stormont's rowing parties extra time to strike a powersharing deal have been backed by MPs, amid fears of direct rule returning.

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Gold mine owners stop development as PSNI turns down security cover requested

The owners of a gold mine in Northern Ireland have halted its development after police refused to provide their requested levels of anti-terrorism security cover.

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Child abuse survivors march at Stormont calling for justice

Institutional child abuse victims have marched at Stormont to demand justice from warring politicians who have failed to deliver a promised apology and financial redress.

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Bomb left near Belfast school an attempt to murder police, officer says

Dissident republicans left a bomb at the gates of a primary school in Northern Ireland in an attempt to murder police, a senior officer has said.

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Jeremy Corbyn talks up Labour's ties with unions and warns 'stakes are high'

Jeremy Corbyn would make repealing "vicious" trade union legislation brought in by the Tories one of his first acts if Labour wins the general election.

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Ulster Unionists withdraw from general election race in three constituencies

The Ulster Unionists have decided not to field candidates in three constituencies in Northern Ireland in an effort to help other parties defeat Sinn Fein.

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Joint UK-Irish ceremony to mark Battle of Messines Ridge centenary

The centenary of the Battle of Messines Ridge, where unionist and nationalist soldiers from Ireland fought side by side in the trenches, is to be marked by a joint UK-Irish ceremony.

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RHI public inquiry judge to give update at preliminary hearing

A public inquiry into the botched Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme will hold a preliminary hearing next week.

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Social care professionals warn sector on edge of collapse in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland's social care sector is on the verge of collapse, a group of care professionals have warned.

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Northern Ireland parties given new powersharing deadline of June 29

The new deadline for forming a powersharing government in Northern Ireland is June 29.

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