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No 'border of the past' for Northern Ireland after Brexit, vows Theresa May

The British Prime Minister has agreed with her Irish counterpart that Brexit should not lead to a "border of the past" for Northern Ireland.

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Government must be more hands-on in Northern Ireland crisis, Lord Hain says

The Government has been accused of being "hands off rather than hands on" during the current crisis in Northern Ireland by a Labour former cabinet minister.

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Industry 'prematurely aware' of planned cuts to RHI scheme

The renewable heating industry was prematurely aware of planned cuts to a lucrative green energy scheme in Northern Ireland, a senior civil servant has said.

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Price and rent pressures 'continuing to spread' in housing market

Housing market activity stuttered in December, but prices continued heading firmly upwards, according to surveyors.

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School meal costs could rise as education service struggles to make cuts

The cost of school meals could rise and music services slashed as education officials struggle to save costs, a committee of MLAs has been told.

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Border Force seize cannabis worth £120,000 bound for Northern Ireland

Cannabis worth £120,000 has been seized in Birmingham before it could be trafficked into Northern Ireland.

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Government rules out British-Irish joint rule for Northern Ireland

British-Irish joint rule is not an option for Northern Ireland, the Government has insisted.

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PM's Brexit strategy backed by former South African president FW de Klerk

Former South African president FW de Klerk has backed Theresa May's Brexit blueprint.

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'Clear conflict of interest' in Simon Hamilton leading RHI public inquiry - UUP

The Ulster Unionists have rejected DUP economy minister Simon Hamilton's proposal to commission a public inquiry into the renewable heating scandal, claiming there is a conflict of interest.

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Economic body could help tackle Irish border tax evasion post-Brexit - Treasury

An inter-governmental economic organisation could help tackle tax evasion across the Irish border following Brexit, the Treasury has suggested.

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'No immediate change' to UK-Ireland border policy

Downing Street has said there will be no "immediate" changes in the operation of the common travel area between Britain and Ireland.

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Roadside bomb was meant to kill police officers, says chief superintendent

A bomb left on the side of a road in Northern Ireland was designed to kill police officers, it has been claimed.

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Armed raiders attack man at home

A man was attacked and a woman and four children escaped injury in a burglary at a house.

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Justice Minister 'deeply concerned' over disappearance of David Black accused

Stormont's Justice Minister has said she is "deeply concerned" about the disappearance of a man due to stand trial in connection with the murder of a prison officer in Northern Ireland.

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Brexit will not be derailed by N Ireland's political chaos, says Brokenshire

Political chaos in Northern Ireland will not derail Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit timetable, Secretary of State James Brokenshire has said.

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Lack of senior A&E staff may have contributed to death of a young boy, 11, court told

A lack of senior A&E staff on night duty may have contributed towards the death of a young boy just hours after being discharged from hospital, a coroners' court has heard.

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Hourly train service between Derry and Belfast to launch later this year

An hourly train service between Derry and Belfast will be introduced later this year, the infrastructure minister said.

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TV experts examine ring of church missionary who died in Auschwitz

New information about a long-lost ring that belonged to a British missionary who died in Auschwitz will be revealed on the Antiques Roadshow.

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CCTV footage at 'core' of inquest into death of Real IRA man John Brady

CCTV footage will be central to an inquest into the death of a dissident republican who hanged himself in police custody, a coroner's court has heard.

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Paul Givan unveils £3.7m funding to 'further enhance' Lisburn

Communities minister Paul Givan has announced a facelift for Lisburn.

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