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Barry McElduff quits as Sinn Fein MP after Kingsmill-branded loaf row

A Sinn Fein MP who caused outrage by posing with a Kingsmill-branded loaf on his head on the anniversary of the Kingsmill massacre has resigned.

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Two men avoid injury in gun attack on house

Two men have escaped injury after shots were fired at a house.

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Movie giant Liam Neeson reveals hiding place for his earnings - under the bed

Film star Liam Neeson has revealed he keeps some of his money under his bed.

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Fire which forced flats to be evacuated suspicious, say police

A fire which forced residents to be evacuated from a block of flats is being treated as suspicious.

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Driver killed in crash close to cemetery

A man in his 40s has been killed in a car accident.

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DUP leader urges closer Anglo-Irish relations amid Brexit negotiations

Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster has called for closer Anglo-Irish relations.

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Social media firms 'must halt inappropriate material or face consequences'

Social media companies need to clamp down on inappropriate material being posted on their sites or face "recourse through the courts", a former minister has warned.

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Union urges local government workers to reject pay offer

Local government workers and school support staff are being urged to reject a pay offer of 2% for most employees this year and a further 2% from next April.

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Judge defers Loughinisland collusion ruling to allow more legal submissions

A decision on whether to quash the Police Ombudsman's Loughinisland collusion ruling has been deferred for a week.

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Haulage firms warned after lorries found to cheat emissions tests in crackdown

One in 13 lorries examined as part of a Government crackdown on air quality violations were fitted with cheat devices.

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Baby girl inquest to focus on doctors' evidence, court told

An inquest for a baby girl will not hear from all the witnesses who testified at a criminal trial that saw her father acquitted of murder, a coroner has said.

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Green Party chief 'with bills to pay' seeks part-time work as MLA pay cut looms

The leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland has revealed that he is actively searching for part-time work ahead of expected cuts to MLAs' pay.

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Sinn Fein must stop eulogising terrorists, Arlene Foster says

Sinn Fein's continued "eulogising" of the IRA is thwarting efforts to build a shared future in Northern Ireland, Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster has warned.

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Cheaper Renewable Heat Incentive alternative 'never shared with committee'

Details of an alternative to the flawed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, which would have saved the public purse £200 million, were never shared with a Stormont scrutiny committee, it has been claimed.

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Britain First leader to deny inciting hatred at Belfast rally

The leader of the far-right Britain First group will plead not guilty to charges of inciting hatred during a speech in Belfast, his lawyer said.

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New ministerial team will better reflect the country which it serves, says PM

Theresa May's new ministerial team is more diverse and will "better reflect the country which it serves", Downing Street said.

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Red Cross to end ambulance service in Northern Ireland

The Red Cross is set to close its ambulance service in Northern Ireland.

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Karen Bradley urged to bring 'new approach' to powersharing talks

Sinn Fein has warned Northern Ireland's new secretary of state to drop the UK government's "partisan approach" to Stormont's powersharing crisis.

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Brexit impact on fishing to be probed by MPs

The impact of Brexit on fishing is to be examined by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee of MPs.

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Growing calls for Citizens' Assembly to address issues including abortion

Stormont's unresolved political crisis has led to growing calls for a Citizens' Assembly in Northern Ireland to address controversial issues such as abortion and marriage equality.

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