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Michelle O'Neill: Sinn Fein remains committed to restoring powersharing

Sinn Fein is committed to restoring powersharing at Stormont, the party's Northern Ireland leader has insisted.

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Gerry Adams set to outline retirement timetable in Dublin speech

Gerry Adams is anticipated to outline a timetable for retirement as he addresses the Sinn Fein Ard Fheis in Dublin.

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Boris Johnson to discuss global issues with Ireland's Foreign Minister

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will hold talks on Friday with Ireland's Foreign Minister Simon Coveney.

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Boy's killing by army rubber bullet in Belfast in 1972 unjustified, says coroner

The killing of a boy shot by an army rubber bullet in Belfast in 1972 was not justified, a coroner has ruled.

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EU chiefs push Theresa May to say clearly how much UK will pay in 'divorce bill'

Theresa May has been urged by European Union leaders to spell out how much the UK will pay Brussels in a so-called divorce bill in order to secure progress on trade talks.

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Northern Ireland's way of addressing Troubles not working, says Police Ombudsman

The way Northern Ireland addresses its violent past is not working, the Police Ombudsman said.

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N Ireland lottery millionaires hit £1m jackpot two years after £20,000 win

Northern Ireland's newest lottery millionaires are celebrating hitting the jackpot just two years after another mammoth win.

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MPs say decisions on Brexit and Irish border 'needed as matter of urgency'

Urgent decisions are needed over the impact of Brexit on the Irish border, a committee of MPs said.

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Rising number of historic sex abuse cases against children reported, says NSPCC

Almost 3,000 cases of historic sexual abuse against children have been recorded by police in Northern Ireland over the last four years, a charity said.

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Most tower block residents return home after fire, says housing authority

A fire at a high-rise tower block in Northern Ireland damaged 18 flats, the Housing Executive said.

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Wireless IT system capable of transmitting during extreme weather wins top award

A new wireless IT system which can withstand earthquakes and hurricanes has won a top award.

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Failure on customs plan could cause 'Operation Stack on steroids', MPs warn

Britain faces a repeat of the 2015 cross-Channel transport chaos if the Government botches plans for post-Brexit customs arrangements, a parliamentary report has warned.

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Firefighters praised for preventing deaths after high-rise fire in Belfast

Firefighters have been praised for averting loss of life after a fire broke out in a high-rise tower block near Belfast.

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Arlene Foster urges PM to focus on positive Brexit and stability

The DUP leader has urged Theresa May to focus on ensuring a positive Brexit.

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Londonderry's historic centre voted Northern Ireland's 'best place'

A planning accolade awarded to Londonderry is deserved recognition for efforts to regenerate and reunify the city, the organisers have said.

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Ulster Bank to close 11 branches and shed 40 jobs

Ulster Bank has announced plans to close 11 branches in Northern Ireland in a move that will see 40 jobs lost

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New Lyric Theatre play aims to help young people 'make better life choices'

A new Lyric Theatre play is aimed at reducing crime and antisocial behaviour in Northern Ireland.

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Firm place for City Deals in Northern Ireland, says James Brokenshire

Northern Ireland has missed out while the rest of the UK secured urban regeneration deals worth up to £5 billion, the Government said.

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Gibraltar leader: Checkpoint Charlie-style borders not acceptable post-Brexit

Cold War-style Checkpoint Charlie borders after Brexit will not be acceptable, Gibraltar's chief minister said.

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Supergrass to be used as witness in prosecution of 1994 UVF murders suspect

One man is to be prosecuted using evidence from a loyalist paramilitary-turned-supergrass informer over the Troubles murder of two Catholic workmen in Northern Ireland.

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