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Northern Ireland: 1998 Omagh bombing that killed 29 people could have been prevented, says UK court
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Judge recommends fresh probe into Omagh bombing
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Victims voice anger at Government’s Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan
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Lord Frost: Situation in Northern Ireland is 'difficult' and 'needs resolving'
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'We cannot go on as we are' with NI Protocol, says Lord Frost
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Hottest day of the year so far recorded in all four UK nations
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Met Office predicts hottest day of the year
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson: Families of legacy victims need avenue to pursue justice
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Northern Ireland: UK plans to end prosecutions for historical 'Troubles' crimes
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Government to introduce statute of limitations on Troubles prosecutions
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Bonfire tradition continues amid post-Brexit tensions
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Twelfth of July parades take place across Northern Ireland
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Fire service deals with significant increase in calls on Eleventh Night
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Bonfire lit at Portadown
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Sinn Fein commemorates the Battle of the Somme in Dublin
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Starmer hears NI parties’ concerns about implementation of Brexit
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Northern Ireland set for wave of Covid-19 relaxations on July 26
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Starmer says Northern Ireland has lost trust in PM
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Northern Ireland entrepreneurs face new challenges| Oneindia News
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‘Wurst’ is behind us in UK-EU ‘sausage war’ – Boris Johnson
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Prosecution of army veterans over Troubles cases including Bloody Sunday halted
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DUP's Sir Jeffrey Donaldson calls for Government to 'put right' Northern Ireland protocol
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Extra nurses called in to Belfast hospitals to deal with 'extreme pressure' from COVID patientsHospitals in Belfast have called in extra nurses to deal with the "extreme pressure" from increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients as Northern Ireland runs out of hospital beds.
Four children taken to hospital after funfair ride collapsesFour children have been taken to hospital after a funfair ride collapsed in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland 'breaks temperature record' for third time in a weekNorthern Ireland has provisionally broken its temperature record for the second day in a row - and the third time in a week.
Northern Ireland records new 'highest temperature' as UK heatwave set to break upNorthern Ireland has recorded what is thought to be its highest-ever temperature - just days after breaking the previous mark.
M&S warns of political 'running sore' in NI over sausage warsMarks & Spencer's chairman Archie Norman has warned of a political "running sore of symbolic proportions" if UK chilled products are banned in Northern Ireland.
'It must work in a different way': UK to set out proposals for NI Protocol on WednesdayThe government will set out its proposals for post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland on Wednesday, the Brexit minister has told MPs.
31.2C! N Ireland hits hottest temperature on record - as UK bakes in mini-heatwaveNorthern Ireland has recorded what is thought to be its hottest temperature ever - with the mercury hitting 31.2C (88.1F) in County Down.
The Open 2021: McIlroy climbs leader board after hitting five birdiesNorthern Ireland's Rory McIlroy climbs up the leader board after hitting five birdies on the front nine at day three of the Open at Royal St George's.
Victims 'robbed' by government plan to end historical prosecutions in Northern IrelandThe government is poised to announce a statute of limitations, effectively ending all prosecutions related to the Northern Ireland Troubles.
Boris Johnson's Brexit minister blames Theresa May for problems with Northern Ireland ProtocolBoris Johnson's Brexit minister has blamed Theresa May for problems with the implementation of border arrangements for Northern Ireland.
Govt to set out N Ireland plans within two weeks - as PM told trust in him at 'all-time low'The government will set out its plans for post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland within the next two weeks - as Labour claimed trust in Boris Johnson over the issue had fallen to "an all-time..
New DUP leader says Brexit Protocol hindering economic opportunities for Northern IrelandThe new DUP leader says Northern Ireland risks losing out on economic opportunities because of the Brexit border in the Irish Sea.
Case against ex-soldier charged with murder of teen in Northern Ireland collapses, his family saysThe case against a former British soldier charged with the murder of a teenager in Londonderry in 1972 has collapsed, according to the victim's family.
New DUP leader calls for unity against Brexit Protocol - but resignation overshadows his first dayThe DUP leader says removing the Irish Sea border is "the only path to stable and sustainable government in Northern Ireland".
'Sausage war' ceasefire as UK and EU agree three-month extensionA deal to avoid a ban on sausages and other chilled meats moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland has been agreed at the last minute.
Challenge to Northern Ireland Protocol thrown out by Belfast courtThe High Court in Belfast has dismissed a legal challenge to the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol, the part of the Brexit withdrawal agreement that created an "Irish Sea border".
Brexit, borders and bedlam: The political crisis in Northern Ireland is far from overTo lose one leader may be regarded as misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness - I'm sure Oscar Wilde will forgive me for plagiarising him.
UK asks EU for grace period extension amid Brexit sausage trade rowThe UK has asked the European Union to extend the grace period on chilled meats being sent from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.
DUP leader nominates NI First Minister despite concerns within own partyDUP leader Edwin Poots has formally nominated Lagan Valley MLA Paul Givan as Northern Ireland's new First Minister at a special sitting of the Stormont Assembly.
Breakthrough over Irish language set to keep power-sharing in Stormont on trackThe British government has agreed to introduce an Irish language act in Northern Ireland if Stormont fails to do so by the end of September.
Arlene Foster formally resigns as Northern Ireland first ministerArlene Foster is formally resigning as Northern Ireland's first minister in speech to colleagues at Stormont, with the process of replacing her in danger of derailing the power sharing institutions.
Northern Ireland's government hangs in balance with week to find solutionThe future of Northern Ireland's devolved government hangs in the balance with Sinn Fein refusing to ratify the Democratic Unionist Party's nominee for first minister.
'We need a bit of respect': Raab says EU figures see N Ireland as 'different country' to UKForeign Secretary Dominic Raab has called for "a bit of respect" from EU leaders as he claimed the bloc's senior figures "serially" talk about Northern Ireland "as if it were somehow a different..
PM's decision to whip up Northern Ireland rhetoric perhaps sign of further discord to comeThe sun finally shone on St Ives on Saturday on the second day of the G7 summit.
'They just need to get that into their heads': PM sends EU message over Northern Ireland rowBoris Johnson has vowed to "do whatever it takes" as he repeated his threat to suspend Brexit agreements with the EU over Northern Ireland.
Macron 'tells PM to keep his word' amid Northern Ireland sausage trade rowBoris Johnson has met with EU leaders in Cornwall amid the lingering row over post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland 0-1 Scotland: Caroline Weir scores winner as visitors beat NICaroline Weir scores the only goal of the game as Scotland beat Northern Ireland 1-0 in a keenly contested friendly at Seaview.
Constructive ambiguity needed to solve latest Brexit standoffFor 30 years, intractable problems in Northern Ireland have been solved through the embrace of constructive ambiguity rather than allowing one side to decisively take an advantage.
No breakthrough in sausage trade war as UK and EU hold 'frank and honest' talksDiscussions between the UK and the EU over post-Brexit rules in Northern Ireland have ended without an agreement being reached.
PM battles to avoid sausage trade war with EU as showdown looms over Northern Ireland ProtocolBoris Johnson is battling to avoid a sausage trade war with Brussels which could see chilled meats barred from shops in Northern Ireland from the end of this month.
DUP leader announces nomination for new Northern Ireland First MinisterNew DUP leader Edwin Poots has begun assembling his ministerial team, nominating Paul Givan as First Minister of Northern Ireland's devolved government.
Sausage ban 'nonsensical', UK tells Brussels ahead of Northern Ireland talksEnvironment Secretary George Eustice has described a ban on exporting sausages and processed meats from Great Britain to Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Brexit process as "nonsensical".
Labour accuses PM of being 'missing in action' amid Brexit border issuesShadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy has accused Boris Johnson of being “missing in action” on the issue of border controls in Northern Ireland.
Energetic start sees Euros-bound Ukraine secure home victory over dogged Northern Ireland in friendlyNorthern Ireland are unable to build on Sunday's victory over Malta as an early goal saw them fall to a 1-0 friendly defeat away to Ukraine.
Scotland women's squad: Four new faces for Northern Ireland & Wales friendliesAC Milan midfielder Christy Grimshaw is one of four new faces in the Scotland squad for friendlies against Northern Ireland and Wales.
International friendly: NI ease to friendly victory over MaltaIan Baraclough secures a first win in 90 minutes as Northern Ireland manager at the 12th attempt thanks to a 3-0 victory over Malta in Austria.
Dr Christian asks for help paying £125,000 to Arlene Foster after he loses libel court caseTV presenter Dr Christian Jessen is pleading with supporters to donate to his GoFundMe page after he was ordered to pay £125,000 in libel costs to Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster.
Embarrassing Bodies doctor ordered to pay Arlene Foster £125,000 over defamatory tweetTV presenter Dr Christian Jessen has been ordered to pay Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster £125,000 in damages for tweeting false allegations of an extra-marital affair.
Vaccine programme opens to all adults in Northern IrelandThe vaccination programme in Northern Ireland is now open for everyone aged 18 and over, the Department of Health says.
Northern Ireland: Sam McClelland and Conor Bradley handed first call-upsChelsea teenager Sam McClelland and Liverpool youngster Conor Bradley are named in the Northern Ireland squad for their upcoming friendlies.
British visitors to Germany must quarantine for 2 weeks after UK declared a 'virus variant regionGermany has designated the UK a "virus variant region", meaning anyone arriving from Britain and Northern Ireland will need to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival.
Leah McCourt: Northern Irish fighter primed for long-awaited return at Bellator 259Northern Ireland's Leah McCourt makes her return to action after 15 months out when she meets Janay Harding at Bellator 259 in the US on Friday.
PSNI did not show bias when it prioritised security over COVID at republican funeral - reportA report by a watchdog into the handling of the funeral of a senior republican by police in Northern Ireland has found that officers prioritised public security over enforcement of COVID-19 regulations..
Police 'increasingly concerned' about missing Belfast brothers aged eight and fivePolice in Northern Ireland say they are "increasingly concerned" over the welfare of two boys who have been missing since Friday.
Edwin Poots beats Sir Jeffrey Donaldson to become DUP leaderEdwin Poots has been elected leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland.
If Johnson thinks families in Northern Ireland will accept 'amnesty for murders' - he is mistakenThe prime minister has achieved the almost impossible - uniting unionist and nationalist parties in Northern Ireland in opposition to his plan to end historical prosecutions.
Zero daily COVID deaths reported in England, Scotland and Northern IrelandZero coronavirus-related deaths were reported in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland over the latest 24-hour period, it has been revealed.
Troubles amnesty will coincide with 1971 Ballymurphy shootings inquest verdictAn amnesty on historical prosecutions in Northern Ireland will apply to former soldiers and to terrorists, under plans expected to be announced in tomorrow's Queen's Speech.
PM invites devolved leaders to Union summit - as he hails 'Team UK'The prime minister has called a summit with the leaders of the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, saying the UK is "best served when we work together".
The Players Podcast: When planning your celebration goes right - Marissa Callaghan on dream NI goalNorthern Ireland player Marissa Callaghan explains the events leading up to her scoring in a 2-0 win over Ukraine that saw the nation qualify for its first major tournament.